rúra

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rura 'bring sth' (vt)

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(25)
Aynu nimara Iskar emko kor nispa eun nea nispa kor pa p opitta rura pa.
aynu
human/Ainu
nimar-a
half-POSS
Iskar
Ishikari
emko
upstream
kor
have
nispa
rich.man
eun
DAT
nea
that
nispa
rich.man
kor
have
pa
PL
p
NR
opitta
all
rúra
carry
pa
PL
‘The (remaining) half of the Ainu carried all of that rich man’s belongings to the the rich man at Upstream Ishikari.’
(27)
Nea kotan pa un nispa macihi ewtanne kur, kotan pa un kur uni o p yayteknata cip or un rura.
nea
that
kotan
village
pa
upper.part
un
belong.to
nispa
rich.man
mac-ihi
wife-POSS
e-utar-ne
APPL.INS-kin-COP
kur
man
kotan
village
pa
upper.part
un
belong.to
kur
man
uni
house
o
put.in
p
NR
yayteknata
by.onself
cip
boat
or
place
un
ALL
rúra
carry
‘The man who married the wife of the elder from above the village carried the things from the house of the man from above the village to his boat.’
(30)
Ukorura.
uko-rura
SOC-carry
‘Bring sth/sb together. / He/She brought them together.’
(31)
Ito enumitanne nesko ukorura.
Ito
Ito
enumitanne
honeysuckle
nesko
walnut
uko-rura
SOC-carry
‘Ito carried honeysuckle and walnut together.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# CARRY Coding set Argument type
1 carrier subj.V A
2 carrying goal NP+(e)un X
3 carried thing obj.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(26)
‘Thanks to my divine nephew Ainurakkur my younger sister has been carried to me.’
C
M y
(28)
‘Then I carried the fish.’
C
R y
(29)
‘(I carried the things that the wise man had owned.) Then I paid the villagers and they carried (the things).’
C
N y
C
y
C
R y
(283)
‘Carry sth by sth/sb / carry sth with sb.’
C
M y
(32)
‘Please for my sake save my brother and carry him to my village and my castle.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y