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Kroeger, Paul (2004). Backwards resultatives in Kimaragang Dusun.

URL: http://email.eva.mpg.de/~cschmidt/SWL1/handouts/Kroeger.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-01-30).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1903&langcode=kqr (2021-09-19).

 

Example #1:

    b. P[in]i-toning-       kuh       it    sapi om karabau                       -po-ogot.
    RECIP[PST]-near-OV 1S.GEN NOM cow and buffalo                               AV-TR2-tie
    `I tied up the cow and the buffalo near each other.'
Example #2:

    d. P[in]i-so-sokot-            dialo      ah=babas            monombir.
    RECIP[PST]-REDUP-join-OV 3sg.GEN        NOM=cloth.scrap AV-TR1-sew
    `She joined the scraps of cloth together sewing (i.e., sewed the scraps together
Example #3:

    b. N-a-awi              di=Jaiwan        mangakan(m-poN-akan)                i=rinapa.
    PST-NVOL-finish      GEN=Jaiwan       AV-TR1-eat                          NOM=cooked.food
    `Jaiwan finished the food eating (i.e., ate up all the food).'
Example #4:

    d. N-o-onong           dialo monokon            do=tandus i=koridai.
    PST-NVOL.OV-hit     3sg     AV-TR1-hurl ACC=spear           NOM=deer
    `He hit the deer with a spear.' (lit: `He hurling a spear hit the deer.')
Example #5:

    b. Lapak-on kuh            it          niyuw.
    split-OV       1sg.GEN NOM          coconut
    `I will split the coconut(s).'
Example #6:

    c. Lapak-an kuh           do     niyuw      it       wogok.
    split-DV      1sg.GEN ACC coconut NOM pig
    `I will split some coconuts for the pigs (to eat).'
Example #7:

    b. Nunuh ot        maan       nuh?
    what     NOM do            2sg.GE   N
    `What are you doing?'
Example #8:

    b. Amu kuh             yalo        n-o-onong                 monimbak.
    not      1sg.GEN 3sg.NOM        PST-NVOL.OV-hit           AV-shoot
    `I didn't hit him when I shot.'
Example #9:

    (18) a. Noko-pilay         yalo        s[in]ungu- do          karabau.
    PST.NVOL.IV-throw 3sg.NOM [PST]-horn-OV GEN buffalo
    `He was gored by a buffalo and tossed (into the air).'
Example #10:

    (19) a. N-o-tuus-            do=karabau      mongotop     i=paray  kuh.
    PAST-NVOL-eat.up-OV GEN=buffalo       AV-TR1-graze NOM=rice 1sg.GE           N
    `My rice crop was grazed bare by buffaloes.'
Example #11:

    b. N-o-tuus-             i=paray kuh           k[in]otop-  do=karabaw.
    PAST-NVOL-eat.up-OV NOM=rice 1sg.GEN [PST]-graze-OV GEN=buffalo
    `My rice crop was all eaten up, grazed off by buffaloes.'
Example #12:

    (20) a. Noko-odop           it     tanak b[in]ayuk        dit     tidi.
    PST-NVOL-sleep      NOM child PST-swing-IV GEN            mother
    `The child fell asleep when its mother swung it (in a cloth sling/baby hammock).
Example #13:

    (21) a. Nopilat           itit       lukap kuh nokoolok             do                           pansang.
    PST-NVOL-wound this.NOM sole        my PST.NVOL.AV-step.on ACC                           nail
    `The sole of my foot got wounded from stepping on a nail.')
Example #14:

    b. *Nopilat            kuh     mongulok        do     pansang itit         lukap                      kuh.
    PST-NVOL-wound 1S.GEN AV-TR1-step.on ACC nail              this.NOM sole                          my
    (intended: `The sole of my foot got wounded from stepping on a nail.')
Example #15:

    (22)    N-o-onong              dialo monokon           do=tandus i=koridai.                      (=3d)
    PST-NONVOL.OV-hit 3sg          AV-TR1-hurl ACC=spear NOM=deer
    `He hit the deer with a spear.' (lit: `He hurling a spear hit the deer.')
Example #16:

    b. *Notipu                dialo l[um]iwan montod kayu                tasawat i=takod yoh.
    PST-NVOL-break-OV 3sg        [AV]-drop from        tree          high    NOM=leg 3sg
    (for: `He broke his leg jumping down from a tree.')
Example #17:

    (27) a. *Naawi           kuh        momilay        dit    walay nuh     it      tongo mangga.
    PST-NVOL-finish 1sg.GEN AV-TR1-throw ACC house your NOM PL                    mango
    (can only mean: `I finished off the mangoes by throwing your house at them.')
Example #18:

    (28) a. N-o-rikot        kuh        *(momilay)       i   walay        nuh.              (cf. 3a)
    PST-NVOL-arrive 1S.GEN       AV-TR1-throw NOM house           your
    `I threw (something) all the way to your house.'
Example #19:

    (30) a. Ipobirud         nopo dialo manganu             at      tobu             toh.
    IV-CAUS-twist only       3sg    AV-TR1-take NOM sugar.cane               PRT
    `Just have him twist the sugar cane off (pick by twisting).'