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:

Josep M. Fontana (1993). Phrase Structure and the Syntax of Clitics in the History of Spanish.

URL: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~ircs/download/techreports/1993/93-24.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2025&langcode=dum (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    (104)         alse Joseph reet Maria      ghinc
    when Joseph rode Mary       walked
    When Joseph rode, Mary walked'
Example #2:

    (54)    a.     Oft God wilt, mi sals           bat behagen
    if God wants, I shall-of it better please
    If God wants, I will like this better' (lanc11)
Example #3:

    hi en soude mi niet in kerstenhede ontsitten
    he neg would me not in christendom escape
    escape from me in (all of) Christendom'
Example #4:

    b.    Al    heeft hij alle tijd van de wereld, hij heeft nooit tijd voor ons.
    though has he all time of the world, he has never time for us
    Though he has all the time in the world, he never has time for us'
Example #5:

    (117) a. & assi=l encendie otrossi que se quemasse.
    and this-way-it lighted also so-that self burned
    and he lighted it in this way so that it burned' (GE-I.311r)
Example #6:

    b. & siempre=l fuestes rebelles del dia que =uos yo començe aconnosçer
    & always-him were.you rebellious from-the day that you I began to know
    always rebellious to him' (GE-I.325v)
Example #7:

    c. Esto=t lidiare aqui antel Rey don alfonsso
    this-you challenge here before-the king don alfonsso
    I will challenge you on this in front of king Alfonso' (PMC)
Example #8:

    (118) & uencieron =lo & mataron a el & bien ueynte mil de los Vuandalos
    & defeated.3Pl-him & killed him & and well twenty thousand of the Vandals
    and they defeated him, and killed him and about twenty thousand Vandals'
Example #9:

    a. in hare ansichte wart si roet
    in her face     got she red
    She got red in her face'
Example #10:

    b. eenen Jode heefti vernomen
    a Jew has-he met
    he has met a Jew'
Example #11:

    c. oft ic den keytiff wiste, ...
    if I the villain knew , ...
    If I knew the villain'
Example #12:

    (i)         So maecti mi verbolghen
    so make-you me angry
    You make me so angry'
Example #13:

    (ii)        Maer twas in Egipten ghevloen
    but it-was in Egypt fled
    But it had fled to Egypt'
Example #14:

    (120) a. nu moete=ne onse vrouwe bewaren
    now must-him our lady save
    our lady must save him now'
Example #15:

    c. Si hadde=t wel verdient
    she had-it well earned/deserved
    She had earned it well'
Example #16:

    d. dat segg=ic =u
    this say-I you
    I say this to you'
Example #17:

    e. Volmaect had=se die nature
    perfected had-her the nature
    Nature had perfected her'
Example #18:

    (121) a. datt=en God niet en spaert
    that-him God not neg-part saves
    that God does not save him'
Example #19:

    b. dat=se onse here troest
    that-her our lord consoles
    that our lord consoles her'