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Also means "spill sth.".
The pouring goal does not have to be expressed but is commonly specified.

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Example

(19)
Haast'ekra (eeja) wapaxų (rehaa).
haas-t'eek=ra
berry-be.rotten=DEF
eeja
there
wa-paaxų
OBJ.3PL-pour\1E.A
rehaa
do.quickly\1E.A
‘I spilled the rotten berries, I poured out the rotten berries.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# POUR Coding set Argument type
1 pourer act.V A
2 poured substance obj:und.V P
3 pouring goal LOC L

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(20)
‘Did you pour out my rotten berries / Did you pour out the rotten berries for me?’
C
M y
(744)
‘He poured water with the can.’
C
R y
(25)
‘I put gas in the big red can.’
(26)
‘I poured gas into my big red can.’
C
R y
(21)
‘I accidentally spilled milk over the table.’
(24)
‘I used the can and poured water over something.’
(28)
‘Hey, you poured water over me!’
C
N y
C
M only with benefactive meaning y
C
R y
C
M y
(33)
‘I spilled my water over myself.’
C
N y
C
R y
(31)
‘Oh, I poured water over myself!’
(33)
‘I spilled my water over myself.’
(34)
‘Hinu and Kunu spilled water over each other.’
(734)
‘I spilled my water over myself.’
(749)
‘They spilled paint onto each other.’
C
R y
(32)
‘I poured water into my ear!’
(35)
‘Hinu and Kunu spilled water into each other's ears.’
C
N y
C
R y
(27)
‘I poured my gas into the big red can.’
(746)
‘Did you pour the rotten berries into your box / did you pour your berries in the box?’
‘Did you pour the rotten berries into your box / did you pour your berries in the box?’
C
R y
‘They let me pour out that heavy pail.’
C
R y
C
R y
(742)
‘They let me pour out that heavy pail.’
C
R y
(747)
‘The cardboard boxes poured out (/spilled out / drained out / leaked out).’
C
R y
(748)
‘I caused the boxes to spill out.’
C
R y
(743)
‘I poured your coffee on the table/ I poured coffee for you on the table.’
C
R y
(29)
‘You poured water into my ear!’
C
R y
(23)
‘I put milk on my cereal.’
C
M y
(745)
‘By using this can/box/container, he poured water./he poured water on./he poured water on it.’
C
N y
C
R y
(750)
‘She made her child dump his/her milk.’
C
R y
(751)
‘Her kettle is leaky (e.g. as she is walking by).’