taʾallama (تألم)

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A stem V verb
Stem I of this root has the same meaning but it is out of use.
taʾallama (V) is derived from ʾallama (II) cause pain.

Coding frame

Complex Verb form

Examples

(141)
Yataʾallamu min yadihi.
yataʾallamu
hurt.V.ACAUS.IPFV.3SG.M
min
from
yad-i-hi
hand.F-GEN-3SG.M
‘He feels pain in his hand (= his hand hurts).’
(142)
Tuʾlimu lwalada yaduhu.
tuʾlimu
hurt.IV.CAUS.PRF.3SG.M
l-walad-a
ART-boy.M-ACC
yad-u-hu
hand.F-NOM-3SG.M
‘The boy's hand hurts. lit. 'The hand causes the boy to hurt'.’
(143)
ʾAllamat almarʾatu lwalada bikalimātihā.
ʾallamat
hurt.II.CAUS.INT.PRF.3SG.F
al-marʾat-u
ART-woman.F-NOM
l-walad-a
ART-boy.M-ACC
bi-kalimāt-i-hā
with-word.F.PL-GEN-3SG.F
‘The woman hurt the boy with her words.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# FEEL PAIN Coding set Argument type
1 pain-feeler V.subj NP-nom S
2 pain locus min+NP X

Alternations