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David Willis (2007). Syntactic lexicalization as a new type of degrammaticalization.

URL: http://people.pwf.cam.ac.uk/dwew2/degramm.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2493&langcode=wlm (2021-09-16).


Example #1:

    b. ef... a        gymyrth y dyrnas yn eidaw ef              ehvn.
    he PRT took             the kingdom PRD his        3SM himself
    `he... took the kingdom as his own.'                          (BB 194.15-16)
Example #2:

    c. ...yr enys... a       uu eidu uy ryeni           inheu...
    the island PRT was theirs my parents 1S
    `...the island... was my parents'...'                           (BD 85.278)
Example #3:

    (14)   a. Y guyr hynny... a ouynyssant idaw, pa darpar oed yr eidaw...
    the men these PRT ask.PAST.3P to-him what intent was the his
    `These men ... asked him what his intent was.'                 (PKM 32.22)
Example #4:

    (20)   Ac yn ol y baed y kerdassant...
    and after the boar PRT walk.PAST.3P
    `And they went after the boar...'                                  (PKM 55.20)
Example #5:

    llyma hyd blin yn          mynet heibaw...
    there stag tired PROG go.VN past
    stag went past...'                                                 (PKM 84.14)
Example #6:

    uy iawn               y     bydaf        inheu.
    my compensation PRT be.FUT.1S I-too
    compensation for myself.'                                         (PKM 74.16)
Example #7:

    it out, and after / behind him his wife [went] too.'             (PKM 36.21)
Example #8:

    cwn yn y ol.
    dogs after/behind him
    behind it.'                                                      (PKM 55.23)
Example #9:

    a henne ene uedydhyer.
    and that     until baptize.PRES.SUBJ.IMPERS
    is baptized.'                                                     (LlI 65.911)
Example #10:

    ereill pob       un    yn ol y gilyd.
    other every one        after each.other
    one in the same way as the others.'                                (YSG 451)
Example #11:

    go.IMPER after the knight        REL went.3S from-here to.the meadow
    `Go after the knight who went away from here to the meadow...' (P 13.26)
Example #12:

    `you treated badly the fool that you sent after the knight'        (P 14.27)