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Cleo Condoravdi and Paul Kiparsky (2002). Clitics and Clause Structure.

URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~kiparsky/Papers/patras-proc1.long.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2829&langcode=ell (2021-10-23).


Example #1:

    b. Ti oulja mu se KANENAN en tin embistevome.
    the work mine to noone          not it entrust
    `I entrust my work to noone.' (SMG)
Example #2:

    c. E si skutonu, na mi padreps.
    not you kill-1sg NA me marry-2sg
    `I won't kill you so that you find me a wife.' (Plomari, Lesvos; K 492)
Example #3:

    b. Enas vasiljas ihe tria agorja. [TOP Ta dio ] ta   pandrepse.
    a    king had three sons            the two them married-3sg off
    `A king had three sons. Two of them he married off.' (Modern Greek)
Example #4:

    ambro] ton edosan stin a elfi tu
    bridegroom him gave-3pl to the sister his
    groom (of the king's daughter) with his sister.' (Modern Greek)
Example #5:

    [23]    a. Tis       to     ipa.
    her-gen it-acc said-1sg
    `I said it to her.'
Example #6:

    b. Tis      to      exo    pi.
    her-gen it-acc have-1sg said
    `I've said it to her.'
Example #7:

Example #8:

    d. Mou    anikse i miti mja xara.
    me-Gen opened the nose one joy
    `My nose cleared very well.'
Example #9:

    [26]*to eliose ki exase
    it melted and lost
    `She melted it and lost it.'
Example #10:

    [27] Ekino to vra i me ixe vrisi ke xtipisi
    that the evening me had cursed and hit
    `That evening he had cursed me and hit me.'
Example #11:

    [42] tes xores     mu olo ira oles tes afanizi
    the countries my all-around all them destroy
    `My countries all around, he destroys them all.' (Pappas p. 79)
Example #12:

    [45]      a. Pjon     akoma skeftete o Yanis?
    Who-acc still thinks the John-nom
    `Who is John still thinking about?'
Example #13:

    b. Pjo arthro idhi ehi       teliosi o Yanis?
    which article has already finished the John-nom
    `Which article has John already finished?'
Example #14:

    [46]     a. Ti MARIA akoma skeftete o             Yanis.
    the Mary-acc still think-3sg John-nom
    `John is still thinking about MARY.'
Example #15:

    b. To ARTHRO idhi         ehi teliosi o Yanis.
    the article   already has finished the John
    `John has already finished the ARTICLE.'
Example #16:

    [47] ou en ivreike kanis, ina me katafasi ke polemisi me
    neither was found anyone to me reach   and fight   me
    `neither has there been anyone to challenge me and fight me' (Digenis Akritas,
Example #17:

           `     iet 
    they-GenPl FOCUS Prt NEG attracted him
    `Not one of them attracted him.' (Hdt. 2.68.48)