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Kiparsky, Paul & Cleo Condoravdi (2005). Tracking Jespersenís Cycle.

URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~kiparsky/Papers/lesvosnegation.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-11).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2138&langcode=ell (2021-09-28).


Example #1:

    a. d n qw kXn ywm
    not have at all        (bread)
    `I don't have any (bread) at all' (Mani, Blanken 160)
Example #2:

    b. d n qw kXn ywm
    not have at all    (bread)
    `I don't have any (bread) at all' (Blanken 160, Georgacas 106)
Example #3:

    d. d n t n Rf kasi nP pXrei t n Rnasasm tou kP
    not him let             to take-3Pl the breath   his at all
    `they didn't even give him a chance to catch his breath' (Mani, Kon-
Example #4:

    e. k ne gn sh              d n qei
    at all understanding not has
    `he has no brains at all' (Selybria, Andriotis 88)
Example #5:

    d. d gXn ei kX pol u kr o
    not make-3Sg kX very    cold
    `il ne fait pas tres froid'
Example #6:

    b. H guna ka pou den jei Xra na kXnh pXei sto per pato
    the woman      who    not has       anything to do       goes to the walk
    `A woman who has nothing else to do goes for a stroll' (Academy of