najel

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corpus frequencies:
148024/166/0 (basic/middle/causative)
look, control (transitive)
look at, look after (dative)

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(43)
Maɾdə najecʰ tʁajin.
maɾd-ə
man-def
naj-ecʰ
look-aor.3sg
tʁa-ji-n
boy-dat-def
‘The man looked at the boy.’
(116)
Aɾamjanə kuzenaɾ inkʰn el gnal najel, bajcʰ culanum eɾ hagnvel.
aɾamjan-ə
Aramyan-def
k-uzen-aɾ
fut-want-sbjv.pst.3sg
inkʰ-n
self-def
el
part
gn-al
go-inf
naj-el
look-inf
bajcʰ
but
culan-um
be.lazy-cvb.ipfv
aux.pst.3sg
hagn-v-el
dress-med-inf
‘Aramian would go to see himself, but he didn't feel like dressing.’
(141)
Isk χanə čʰi el štapum mtnel palat, baɾʒɾanum e aštaɾakneɾicʰ meki sanduʁkʰneɾov veɾ u hasnelov veɾǯinneɾin najum neɾkʰev.
isk
but
χan-ə
khan-def
čʰi
neg.aux.3sg
el
part
štap-um
hurry-cvb.ipfv
mtn-el
enter-inf
palat
room
baɾʒɾan-um
rise-cvb.ipfv
e
aux.3sg
aštaɾak-neɾ-icʰ
tower-pl-abl
mek-i
one-gen
sanduʁkʰ-neɾ-ov
stairs-pl-instr
veɾ
up
u
and
hasn-el-ov
arrive-inf-instr
veɾǯin-neɾ-i-n
last-pl-dat-def
naj-um
look-cvb.ipfv
neɾkʰev
down
‘But the khan was not even in a hurry to enter the rooms, he goes up one of the stairs of the tower and, after achieving the last steps, looks down.’
(168)
šat kaɾevoɾ e voɾ mardik sovoɾen lav filmeɾ najel.
šat
very
kaɾevoɾ
important
e
aux.3sg
voɾ
that
mardik
people
sovoɾ-en
learn-sbjv.3pl
lav
good
film-eɾ
film-pl
naj-el
look-inf
‘It is very important that people learn to watch good movies.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# LOOK AT Coding set Argument type
1 looker NP-nom V.subj S
2 looked at entity NP-dat X

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
M to look/seem (nice) y
C
N y
C
N y
U
R n
U
N n
U
N n
U
N n
U
N n