ODIN

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Carnie, Andrew (1995). Non-Verbal Predication and Head-Movement.

URL: http://minimalism.linguistics.arizona.edu/AMSA/PDF/AMSA-17-0900.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-02-15).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 61&langcode=pes (2018-10-18).

 

Example #1:

    98)      a)       Shahr-e bozorg-i
    city+EZ big+inde
    "a big city"
Example #2:

    b)       āqā-ye qomeshi
    sir+EZ Ghomeshi
    "Mr. Ghomeshi"
Example #3:

    c)       xordan-e āb
    drink+EZ water
    "the drinking of water"
Example #4:

    d)       āb-e xordan
    water-EZ drink
    "Drinking water"
Example #5:

    99)      a)       āb portoqāl
    water orange (compound)
    "Orange Juice"
Example #6:

    b)       āb-e sib
    water-EZ apple (Ezafe)
    "apple juice"
Example #7:

    100)     a)       *kif-e in charm
    bag+EZ the leather
    "bag (made) of the leather"
Example #8:

    b)       *mard-e negarān bache-ha-shi-i
    man -EZ worried child+pl+poss+indef
    "A man worried about his children"
Example #9:

    102)             ketāb-i , bozorg-o qermez
    book+indef big+and red
    "a book, big and red"
Example #10:

    103)             ahmed-i       [ke diruz āmad]        injā-st
    Ahmed+indef that yesterday came     here+3s
    "The Ahmad who came yesterday       is here"
Example #11:

    104)    a)       [ketāb-e bozorg-e qermez]-i
    book+EZ big+EZ red+indef
    "A big red book"