ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

LAIDIG, WYN D (1999). STUDIES IN SULAWESI LINGUISTICS PART VI (In Lincom Europa).

URL: http://www.rosettaproject.org/work/rosetta/1000%20Language%20Database/ASIA/INDONESIA/laiyolo/laiyolo.LJI.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-11-12).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1529&langcode=lji (2021-09-28).

 

Example #1:

    sarjgerja la-leqka-i-mo            sa-bija         sa-pamanakaq
    so that     3sS-walk-PL-EMP one-family             one-relatives
    It turned out that all the relatives went
Example #2:

    Sawerigadir)         la-balili-mo         dua      kaluarga-na
    Sawerigading         3sS-return-EMP       also     family-3sP
    home.
Example #3:

    sarjrjirj       kaluarga-na          Sawerigadir)
    all             family-3sP           Sawerigading
    All of them     were relatives of   Sawerigading.
Example #4:

    anti?           kafa      ri-keke
    antique         from      PAS-dig
    It is said it   was the Sawerigading family because of        all their artifact
Example #5:

    pa?-bararj-bararj-arj
    NOM-item-item-NOM
    According to the research, people say          there were all kinds of artifacts
Example #6:

    sambau            ri       lipu          Toka     sarjkima      riomai               ri    bantopala
    like              GP       village       Toka     Sengkima      below                GP    Bentopala
    Likewise in      the villages of Toka,   Senglcima, and below Bentopala.
Example #7:

    Farjkoar)             bari          du a       barag
    Hangkoang             many          also       item
    Hangkoang also        had lots of   artifacts.
Example #8:

    lipu      Bararj-barar)
    village Barang-barang
    Because of that outsiders refer to the village of Loa9 as Barang-barang,
Example #9:

    saba?       bari-na        barag    anti?     kafa    ri-keke                ane jiia        ito      ma-keke
    because     many-3sP item           antique from PAS-dig                     if   exist      person   AF-dig
    Because   lots of artifacts were found when people dug.
Example #10:

    baraq     ri-kafa            taria    ma-kattulu?                ali-na
    item      PAS-from           that     AF-expensive               price-3sP
    The artifacts that were     found were of high value.
Example #11:

    memarj            turun-arj-mami             kafa     ri   Sawerigadirj
    Truely            descend-NOM-lpeP           from     GP Sawerigading
    It is true that   we are descendants of     Saweriganding.
Example #12:

    lafa        ito            la-toro-i             taria      Selea
    therefore person           3sS-sit-LOC           tha t      Selayar
    So the people lived in    Selayar.
Example #13:

    patumbu          la-toro-i       taria   Selea         sia-mo    itu               ito       Loa? si?i
    first            3sS-sit-LOC     that    Selayar       3s-EMP that                 person    Loa* this
    This was the     beginning of the Loa' people living on Selayar.