kik

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kik ‘hit sb’ (vt), cf. #27 BEAT.

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(161)
Rapokke nea okkaypo ani kik kuni, kisma hum pirkano an, an cikuni tuye.
rapok-ke
between-POSS
nea
that
okkay-po
man-DIM
ani
INST
kik
beat
kuni
in.order
kisma
grab
hum
sound/feeling
pirka-no
be.good-ADV
an
exist.SG
an
exist.SG
cikuni
tree/wood
tuy-e
cut-CAUS
‘Then that young man cut a tree (such that) the feeling is good of grabbing (it) [i.e. which fits his hand] in order to beat with (it). / lit. Then that young man cut a tree_i [(such that) the sound/feeling j [(that) he grabs __i in order to beat with __i] is good].’
(164)
Aniukokik wa.
an=i=uko-kik
IND.A=IND.O=SOC-hit
wa
and
‘I was hit by everyone.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# HIT Coding set Argument type
1 hitter subj.V A
2 hittee obj.V P
3 hitting instrument NP+ani I

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
M y
(163)
‘To slap the face.’
C
R y
(162)
‘That boat was hit against the cliff.’
C
y
C
y
C
y
C
y
C
y
C
y
C
N y
C
N y