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also (and mostly) means 'chase'

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Example

(367)
Nįtuxekjene.
nį-tuuxe-kjene
2.U-chase\1E.A-FUT
‘I'll follow you.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# FOLLOW Coding set Argument type
1 follower act.V A
2 followee obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(368)
‘Can you follow/chase my dog (for me)?’
(369)
‘I shot two deer, can you chase them down for me?’
C
R y
(374)
‘Peeled off wood from the ash tree, their mother used it and chased them with it.’
(896)
‘I chased the chicken with a stick.’
C
N y
C
N not without kii-; haruxe means 'facing the other way' y
C
N y
(370)
‘The cats were chasing each other from house to house.’
C
M usually means 'mating" therefore preferably it is not used y
(376)
‘Shall we chase each other?’
C
R y
(373)
‘The cat chased its tail.’
C
M y
(377)
‘They tied a toy onto the cat's tail and made it chase itself.’
C
M y
(375)
‘He chased him with a fast horse for her.’
(897)
‘I chased his pig with a stick.’
C
M sounds a bit odd y
(371)
‘The black cat chased the white cat on the house.’
C
N y
(372)
‘The cats were using all these holes / caves chasing each other in there.’
C
R y
C
R y
(379)
‘I made myself chase after the thing I dropped into the water.’
C
M y
(378)
‘They hit the balls and made me chase them.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(898)
‘Kunu let the ball go, did you make him chase it?’
C
N y