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Junker, Marie-Odile (2003). EAST CREE RELATIONAL VERBS.

URL: http://www.carleton.ca/~mojunker/pdf/693003.web.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-29).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 817&langcode=crj (2018-10-23).


Example #1:

    (1a) Wpahtam.
    `S/he sees it'.
Example #2:

    (1b) Wpahtam-w-e-u.
    see.TI.3-relational-TA theme sign (dir.3>3u)-3
    `S/he sees it (in relation to him/her)'.
Example #3:

    (5)   Wpam-e-u         napeu-h.
    see.TA-dir.3>3u-3 man-obv(pl)
    `S/he (prox) sees men (obv)'.
Example #4:

    (6)   * Wpam-e-u         napeu-ch.
    see.TA-dir.3>3u-3 man-(prox)pl
    `S/he (prox) sees men (prox)'.
Example #5:

    (7)   Ni-wpam--u-ch       napeu-ch.
    1-see.TA-dir.1>3-3 man-(prox)pl
    `I see men (prox)'.
Example #6:

    (8)Wpahtam mhkumn-iy.
    see.TI.3      knife-obv
    `S/he (prox) sees a knife (obv)'.
Example #7:

    (9) * Wpahtam mhkumn.
    see.TI.3      knife-(prox)
    `S/he (prox) sees a knife (prox)'.
Example #8:

    (10) Ni-wpahten mhkumn.
    1-see.TI.1      knife-(prox)
    `I see a knife (prox)'.
Example #9:

    (11a) Wpa-ht-am.
    see-TI final-TI theme sign(3>Wu)
    `S/he sees it'.
Example #10:

    (11b) Wpa-ht-am-w-e-u.
    see-TI final-TI theme sign(3>Wu)-rel-TA theme sign (dir.3>3u)-3
    `She sees it (in relation to him/her)'.
Example #11:

    (12a) Phkupayiht--u.
    dry-AI final-3
    `S/he dries it'.
Example #12:

    (12b) Phkupayiht--w-e-u.
    dry-AI final-rel-TA theme sign (dir.3>3u)-3
    `She dries it (in relation to him/her)'.
Example #13:

    (13a) Ni-nip--n.
    1-sleep-AI final-1
    `I sleep'.
Example #14:

    (13b) Ni-nip--w--n.
    1-sleep-AI final-rel-TA theme sign (dir.1>3)-1
    `I sleep (in relation to him/her)'.
Example #15:

    (14a) Chische yihtam.      (Regular)
    `S/he knows it'.
Example #16:

    (14b) Chische yihtam-w-e-u. (Relational)
    know.TI.3-rel-TA theme sign (dir 3>3u)-3
    `S/he knows his/her/their . . . (thing)'.
Example #17:

    (14c) Chische yihtam-ih-e-u. (Causative)
    know.TI.3-caus-TA theme sign (dir 3>3u)-3
    `S/he makes it known to him/her '.
Example #18:

    (14d ) Ihttam-uw-e-u. (Applicative)
    do.TI.3-appl-TA theme sign (dir 3>3u)-3
    `S/he does it for him/her '.
Example #19:

    (i ) Nip-u       wchihch.
    sleep.AI-3   3-bed-loc
    `S/he sleeps in his/her (own) house'.
Example #20:

    (ii ) Nip-w-e-u              wchiyihch.
    sleep.AI-rel-dir.3>3u-3 3u-bed-obv.loc
    `S/he sleeps in his/her (someone else's) house'.
Example #21:

    (16) Ni-nip-n    chi-ichihch.
    1-sleep.AI-1 2-house.loc
    `I sleep at your house'.
Example #22:

    (17) Ni-wpahten chi-mhkumn.
    1-see.TI.1  2-knife-(prox)
    `I see your knife'.
Example #23:

    (18) Chi-kaschisam-uw-in.
    `You cook it (meat) tender for me'.
Example #24:

    (19a) Kaschisam.
    `S/he cooks it (meat) until tender '.
Example #25:

    (19b) Kaschisam-uw-e-u.
    `S/he cooks it (meat) tender for him/her '.
Example #26:

    (19c) Kaschisam-w-e-u                       wiyasiy.
    cook.until.tender.TI.3-rel-dir.3>3u-3 (3u).meat.obv
    `S/he cooks her/his meat'.
Example #27:

    (22a) Ni-chische yihtam-ih-u. (Causative Direct)
    `I make it known to him/her '.
Example #28:

    (22b) Ni-chische yihtam-ih-kw.       (Causative Inverse)
    `She makes it known to me'.
Example #29:

    (23a) Ni-kaschisam-uw-u. (Applicative Direct)
    `I cook it for him/her '.
Example #30:

    (23b) Ni-kaschisam-kw. (Applicative Inverse)
    `S/he cooks it for me'.
Example #31:

    (24a) Ni-wpahtam-w-n. (Relational Direct)
    `I see it, in relation to him/her '.
Example #32:

    (24b) *Ni-wpahtam-w-kw.          (*Relational Inverse)
    *`S/he sees it, in relation to me'.
Example #33:

    (27a) *Mar y ni-wpahtam-w--n.
    Mary 1-see.TI-3-rel.dir.1>3-1
    *`I see it, in relation to Mary '.
Example #34:

    (27b) *Mar y ni-nip-w--n.
    Mary 1-sleep.AI-rel-dir.1>3-1
    *`I sleep, in relation to Mary '.
Example #35:

    (27c) U-muhkumn ni-wpahtam-w--n.
    3-knife-(prox) 1-see.TI.3-rel-dir.1>3-1
    `I see her/his knife'.
Example #36:

    (28a) Chi-kanawe yihtam-uw--u            utpnsku-h. (animate object)
    2-look.after-TI-3-appl-dir.2>3-3 3.sled-obv
    `You look after her/his sled for him/her '.
Example #37:

    (28b) Chi-kanawe yihtam-uw--u            utut. (inanimate object)
    2-look.after-TI-3-appl-dir.2>3-3 3.canoe
    `You look after her/his canoe for him/her '.
Example #38:

    (29a) *Chi-kanaweyihtam-w--n             utpnsku-h. (animate object)
    2-look.after-TI-3-rel-dir.2>3-2 3.sled-obv
    *`You look after her/his sled'.
Example #39:

    (29b) Chi-kanaweyihtam-w--n              utut. (inanimate object)
    2-look.after-TI-3-rel-dir.2>3-2 3.canoe
    `You look after her/his canoe'.
Example #40:

    (30a) Ni-miyhtam-w--n               usit-h.
    1-smell.TI.3-rel-dir.1>3-1 3.foot-pl
    `I smell his feet'.
Example #41:

    (30b) *Ni-miyhtam-uw--u.
    *`I smell it for him'.
Example #42:

    (30c) Miyhtam-w-e-u.
    `S/he smells it (his/her. . .)'.
Example #43:

    (30d ) *Miyhtam-uw-e-u.
    *`S/he smells it for him/her '.
Example #44:

    (31) Wpahtam-w-e-u          u-mhkumn-iy. (Disjoint reference)
    see.TI.3-rel-dir.3>3u-3 3u-knife-obv
Example #45:

    (33) Wpahtam u-mhkumn. (Coreference)
    see.TI.3 3-knife-(obv)
    `S/he sees his/her own knife'.
Example #46:

    (34) *Wpahtam-w-e-u         u-mhkumn.
    see.TI.3-rel-dir.3>3u-3 3-knife-(obv)
    *`S/he sees his/her own knife'.
Example #47:

    (35b) *Wpahtam u-mhkumn      k      pkupay-ihch.
    see.TI.3 3-knife-(prox?) preverb be.broken.II-W
    *`S/he sees her/his own broken (prox) knife'.
Example #48:

    (36) Ni-wpahten ni-mhkumn k         pkupay-ihch.
    1-see.TI.1  1-knife-(prox) preverb be.broken.II-W
    `I see my own broken knife'.
Example #49:

    (38) Nip-u     u-nipewin-ihch.        (Coreference)
    sleep.AI-3 3-bed-loc
    `S/he sleeps in his/her (own) bed'.
Example #50:

    (39) Nip-w-e-u              u-nipewin-iyi-hch.         (Disjoint reference)
    sleep.AI-rel-dir.3>3u-3 3-bed-obv-loc
    `S/he sleeps in his/her (someone else's) bed'.
Example #51:

    (40) Apu-u         u-tehtapn-ihch.
    sit.AI-3      3-chair-loc
    `She sits on her own chair '.
Example #52:

    (42) Utapnskw-iyi-hch apu-we-u. (utapnskuyihch)
    3u.sled-obv-loc    sit.AI-rel-TA.3>3u-3
    `He is sitting on her sled'.
Example #53:

    (44) U-utapnskw-uhch ap. (utapnskuhch)
    3-sled-loc        sit.AI-3
    `He is sitting on his (own) sled'.
Example #54:

    (45) Ni-wpahtam-w-n.
    `I see it, in relation to him/her (his thing)'.
Example #55:

    (46) Ni-nip-w-n.
    `I sleep, in relation to him/her (in his bed)'.
Example #56:

    (1a) Nip-n.
    `It is being slept'.
Example #57:

    (1b) Nip-n-y.
    `It is being slept (at someone else's house)'.
Example #58:

    (2a) Ishka       nip-n-w.
    Preverb     sleep.AI-Impersonal-Subjective
    `It seems that it is being slept'.
Example #59:

    (3a) Kanawpaht-kan.
    `It is being looked at'.
Example #60:

    (3b) Kanawpaht-kan-y.
    `It is being looked at (while s/he is there)'.
Example #61:

    (4a) Chipah      kanawpaht-kanh-panach.
    Preverb     look.TI-pass-Indicative P reterit
    `I should be looked at'.
Example #62:

    (47a) Ni-wpahtam-w--n                     mistiku-y.
    1-see.TI.3-rel-dir1-3-1               wood-obv
    `I see a stick (but s/he does not) / (over at her/his place)'.
Example #63:

    `I see a stick, but s/he does not'.
Example #64:

    (48) Ni-wpahten              mistikw.
    1-see.TI.1               wood
    `I see a stick'.
Example #65:

    (5a) Nip-yh.
    `His/her . . . (child) sleeps'.
Example #66:

    (5b) Kanawpahtam-iyh.
    `His/her . . . (child) looks at it'.
Example #67:

    tipchimushtt.     (Cooper 1979:3)
    `My late mother, I will tell her story, how she told it to me'.
Example #68:

    (50) *Aniy ni-kw ni-ka tipchimu-w-n.
    the-late 1-mother 1-fut tell.AI-rel-dir1>3-1
    `I will tell her story, my late mother '.
Example #69:

    (52) Ni-miye yihtam-w-n   che     chistuhte-t.
    1 be.happy.TI.3-rel-1 preverb leave.AI-3
    `I am happy (in relation to her) that she is leaving'.
Example #70:

    (53) Ni-miye yihten che      chistuhte-t.
    1-be.happy.TI.1 preverb leave.AI-3
    `I am happy that she is leaving'.
Example #71:

    (55) Ni-miye yihtam-w-n   che     chistuhte-t                napeu.
    1-be.happy.TI.3-rel-1 preverb leave.AI-3 this             man(prox)