ru'ą

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also means "lift sth. up"
The carrying goal is often not expressed.

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(48)
Kooknąąkre wašuru'ąną?
kook=nąąkre
box=POS.NTL.PL:PROX
wa-šu-ru'ą-ną
OBJ.3PL-2.A-lift/carry-POT
‘Can you lift/carry these boxes?’
(49)
Hįšuru'ąną?
hį-šu-ru'ą-ną
1E.U-2.A-lift/carry-POT
‘Can you carry me?’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# CARRY Coding set Argument type
1 carrier act.V A
2 carried thing obj:und.V P
3 carrying goal LOC L

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(50)
‘Can you carry these boxes for me?’
C
R wiiru'ą is (a) handle y
(51)
‘Lift this log with the rope.’
‘Lift the log with this rope.’
‘Lift the logs with the rope.’
C
R y
(53)
‘Lift the log into the boat.’
(55)
‘They lifted me into the boat.’
‘I hoisted the log into the boat.’
‘Can you lift me into the boat?’
‘I lifted all the logs into the boat.’
C
R y
(61)
‘He was holding Kunu over the bed.’
(757)
‘They hoisted the monkey onto the back of the airplane.’
‘He was holding Kunu over the bed.’
C
R y
(58)
‘I hoisted myself with a rope.’
‘I attempted to pull myself up, but I couldn't.’
C
M y
(59)
‘Lifting each other they arrived there.’
‘We took turns in carrying each other and we got there.’
C
R y
(56)
‘I carried my boxes.’
‘I carried my children to the powwow.’
C
M y
(60)
‘I attempted to pull myself up, but I couldn't.’
(752)
‘He lifted himself up to the tree with a thick rope.’
(753)
‘He fell into the ditch and after a while he lifted himself up.’
C
M y
(52)
‘Lift the log with the rope for me.’
C
M y
(63)
‘He lifted himself onto the island/beach.’
‘Did you lift yourself onto the island?’
C
M y
(62)
‘I lifted myself into the boat.’
‘Hoist yourself into the boat!’
C
R y
‘He lifted himself up to the tree with a thick rope.’
C
R y
(57)
‘I (quickly) lifted my logs into the boat.’
(754)
‘He hoisted the heavy dog into the back of his truck.’
‘Did you lift your logs into the boat?’
C
R y
(760)
‘At the powwow they made me carry the flag.’
C
R y
(761)
‘I made myself lift the box alone.’
C
R y
‘At the powwow they let me carry the flag.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(758)
‘They lifted the new car onto the airplane for me.’
C
R y
(54)
‘They lifted all the logs into the boat for me.’
(755)
‘Kunu lifted Heena's dog into the back of the truck.’
C
R y
(759)
‘The car he bought he hoisted it onto the back of the plane.’
C
R y
(756)
‘His mother carried / lifted up the child with a blanket.’
C
N y
C
R y
(762)
‘He had his son carry the flag.’
C
N y