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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:

Jochen Trommer (2001). Deriving Economy Principles in OT-Morphology.

URL: http://opus.kobv.de/ubp/volltexte/2005/101/pdf/trommer.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2499&langcode=mez (2021-09-28).

 

Example #1:

    ne-pose-m
    1-embark-[-3]
    (54)   a.                                 `I embark' (p. 150)
Example #2:

    ke-pose-q
    2-embark-1pl
    c.                                  `we (incl.) embark' (p. 150)
Example #3:

    ke-natom-enen
    2-call-D
    (68)                                    `I call you (sg.)' (p. 157)
Example #4:

    ne-pose-m-enaw
    1-embark-[-3]-1pl
    (69)        a.                                          `we (exc.) embark'
Example #5:

    pose-w-ak
    embark-[-3]-3pl
    c.                                          `they embark' (p. 150)
Example #6:

    (22)    pia-w-Esa-Epani-ak (piasapanik)
    come-[+3]-PRS-PRET-[+3+pl]
    `so they are coming' (p. 108)
Example #7:

    ne-nan-a-w
    1-fetch-D-[+3]
    (89)                                `I fetch him' (p. 152)
Example #8:

    (102)    ka-pa-q     pia-n-an
    NEG-PAST come-PER-NEG
    `but he was not coming' (p. 197)
Example #9:

    ke-nan-ek-w (kenanek)
    2-fetch-D-[+3]
    b.                                `he fetches thee' (p. 154)
Example #10:

    ke-nan-a-w
    2-fetch-D-[+3]
    c.                                `thou fetchest him' (p. 152)
Example #11:

    ne-pose-m
    1-embark-[-3]
    (34)   a.                                `I embark' (p. 150)
Example #12:

    ne-nan-ek-w (nenanek)
    1-fetch-D-[+3]
    b.                                `he fetches me' (p. 154)
Example #13:

    ne-nan-a-w
    1-fetch-D-[+3]
    c.                                `I fetch him' (p. 152)
Example #14:

    ke-pose-q
    2-embark-1pl
    (35)   a.                                  `we (inc.) embark' (p. 150)
Example #15:

    ke-natom-enen -m-uaw
    2-call-D-[-3]-2pl
    b.                                  `I call you (pl.) ' (p. 157)
Example #16:

    ke-n w-e-m
    2-call-D-[-3]
    c.                                  `you (sg.) see me ' (p. 156)
Example #17:

    ne-nan-ek-w (nenanek)
    1-fetch-D-[+3]
    (40)   a.                                    `he fetches me' (p. 154)
Example #18:

    ne-nan-a-w
    1-fetch-D-[+3]
    b.                                    `I fetch him' (p. 152)
Example #19:

    ke-natom-nen -m-uaw
    2-call-[-3]-2pl
    (41)                                      `I call you (pl.) (p. 157)
Example #20:

    pose-n
    embark-PER
    (42)      a.                             `there is embarking' (p. 148)
Example #21:

    ne-pon-a-n
    1-pot:put-D-PER
    b.                             `I put it in the pot' (p. 159)
Example #22:

    ne-n w-a-n-an
    1-see-D-PER-NEG
    c.                             `I do not see him' (p. 169)
Example #23:

    nan-a-k
    fetch-D-[+3]
    (44)         a.                                   `when I fetch him' (p. 184)
Example #24:

    natom-en-k
    call-D-[+3]
    b.                                   `when he calls you (sg.)' (p. 183)
Example #25:

    ne-pose-m-enaw
    1-embark-[-3]-1pl
    (46)     a.                               `we (exc.) embark' (p. 150)
Example #26:

    ke-puse-m-waw
    2-embark-[-3]-2pl
    b.                               `ye embark' (p. 150)
Example #27:

    ne-n wa-n-inaw-an
    1-see-D-PER-1pl-NEG
    (73)                                     `We do not see them' (p. 169)
Example #28:

    ken w-e-m-enaw
    2-see-D-[-3]-1pl
    (76)    a.                                   `you (pl.) see us' (p. 156)
Example #29:

    kenatom-enen -m-enaw
    2-see-D-[-3]-1pl
    b.                                   `we call you (pl.)' (p. 157)
Example #30:

    n w-e-yan
    see-D-[-3]
    a.                        `when you (sg.) see me' (p. 181)
Example #31:

    n w-e-t
    see-D-[+per]
    b.                        `when he sees me' (p. 181)
Example #32:

    nan- -w
    fetch-I-[+3]
    (132)                            `he fetches the other' (p. 152)
Example #33:

    n qn-eko-n
    kill-I-[+per]
    (137)                           `it kills the other' (p. 154)
Example #34:

    ne-natom-ek- -m
    call-D-[-lrs]-[-3]
    (139)   a.                               `I am called' (p. 155)
Example #35:

    nan -a-w-an
    fetch-D-[+3]-[+obv]
    b.                               `the other is fetched' (p. 152)
Example #36:

    nan-a-w
    fetch-D-[+3]-[+obv]
    (140)                                   `he is fetched' (p. 152)