nąąt'ųp

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(411)
Hįxųnųregi x'ooke wahaara nąįt'ųpirešųnų.
hį-xųnų=regi
1E.U-be.small=SIM/LOC
x'ooke
parents
wa-haa=ra
OBJ.3PL-have.kin\1E.A=DEF
nąą<hį>t'ųp-ire=šųnų
<1E.U>hug-SBJ.3PL=HAB
‘When I was little my parents used to hug me.’
(412)
Hocįcį hašįnįra nąįt'ųpšąną.
hocįcį
boy
ha<šį>nį=ra
<2.A>have.NTL=DEF
nąą<hį>t'ųp=šąną
<1E.U>hug=DECL
‘Your boy hugged me.’
(413)
Hocįcįįk hašįnįra nąąt'ųpšąną.
hocįcį-nįk
boy-DIM
ha<šį>nį=ra
<2.A>have.NTL=DEF
nąą<ha>t'ųp=šąną
<1E.A>hug=DECL
‘I hugged your little boy.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# HUG Coding set Argument type
1 hugger act.V A
2 huggee obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
M only with POSS of U y
(414)
‘Hug my little boy for me, when I'm not here.’
C
M y
(931)
‘He worked on the car and his arms were dirty, there he is still hugging her with them.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(416)
‘I hugged myself.’
C
R y
(415)
‘The little girls hugged each other.’
C
R y
(417)
‘I hug my children every day.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(934)
‘My Teega came back and I didn’t like it, but they made me hug him.’
C
R y
(933)
‘I hadn't seen him for a long time, and he was dirty, but I made myself hug him anyway.’
C
R y
‘My Teega came back and I didn’t like it, but they made me hug him.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
M y
(932)
‘He worked on the car and his arms were dirty, there he still is hugging his nephew.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(935)
‘I made my son hug his Teega, who had just come home.’
C
N y