t'ąą(t'ą)p

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often used with jikere 'do suddenly'
reduplicated version is preferred as the unreduplicated form can also mean 'get off (the bus, the car etc.)'

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Example

(519)
Wažąhižą nąąxgųra, hat'ąp hajikere.
wažą-hižą
something-one
nąą<ha>xgų=ra
<1E.A>hear=DEF
ha-t'ąąp
1E.A-jump
ha-jikere
1E.A-do.suddenly
‘I heard something and I jumped.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# JUMP Coding set Argument type
1 jumper act.V X

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(520)
‘Your grandpa is singing, jump for him.’
(522)
‘Did you jump (over) my fence?’
C
R y
(526)
‘They jumped the fence with that trampoline/springy device.’
C
R hot'ąp means 'start sth.' y
‘Did you jump into the back of the truck?’
‘Did you jump into all the strawberry fields already (meaning did you start using all of them)?’
C
R y
(521)
‘The deer jumped over the fence.’
(523)
‘I jumped over my fence.’
C
N y
C
N only with ha- y
(524)
‘The monkeys are jumping onto/over one another.’
C
R y
C
N y
C
N maybe in an odd context y
C
R only with reciprocal meaning y
C
M y
(525)
‘The monkeys are jumping into each other's houses.’
C
R y
‘When they were teaching you the new dance did they make you jump?’
‘They made me get off (jump off) the bus.’
C
R y
(528)
‘Because it was my turn I got off the plane.’
‘When they were trying to teach you the new dance, did you have to make yourself jump?’
C
R y
(527)
‘They let my me get off (jump off) the bus.’
‘When they were teaching you the new dance did they let you jump?’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
C
M y
‘Did you jump into all my strawberry fields?’
C
R y
C
R y
‘The back of his house he had a patch of woods there and early this morning he jumped into there to do his deer hunting.’
C
M y
‘The toy they bought him, he is jumping with it.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
‘When you were teaching your Hinu the new dance did you make her jump?’
C
N y