nąąxgų

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can also mean 'understand, listen'

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(576)
Tee nąąraxgų?
tee
this
nąą<ra>xgų
<2.A>hear
‘Did you hear this?’
(577)
Cąąkeja wanįkra wanąąxgųnąkšąną.
cąąk-eeja
outside-there
wanįk=ra
bird=DEF
wa-nąą<ha>xgų=nąk=šąną
OBJ.3PL-<1E.A>hear=POS.NTL=DECL
‘I'm listening to the birds outside/I am hearing the birds outside.’
(579)
Nąįraxgų, jaagu hihera?
nąą<hį-ra>xgų
<1E.U-2.A>hear
jaagu
what
hihe=ra
say\1E.A=DEF
‘Did you hear what I said?’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# HEAR Coding set Argument type
1 hearer act.V A
2 heard sound obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
M often means 'understand', or POSS of U y
(578)
‘What he said I hear it, I understand.’
(580)
‘Did you hear my song on the radio?’
C
R y
(586)
‘They put something in my ear the doctors, by means of that I hear (hearing aid).’
C
M y
(592)
‘Tomorrow we're going to gather here, go tell the boys.’
(593)
‘I already heard about what he said.’
C
M usually means 'listen' y
(581)
‘Turn the TV back on, I'm listening to it.’
(582)
‘Are you listening to me?’
(599)
‘You used a recorder did you make yourself listen to it?’
C
R y
(589)
‘I hollered under water and I heard myself.’
C
R y
(597)
‘They finally heard, understood what they were saying to each other.’
C
R y
(584)
‘People were talking about him/her and he/she heard about it.’
C
N y
C
R y
(587)
‘He listened to her heart with a stethoscope.’
C
R RCP meaning mostly, listen to each other y
(590)
‘They are listening to each other.’
C
M y
(596)
‘They let him listen to what he was saying on the wiretap.’
C
R y
(592)
‘Tomorrow we're going to gather here, go tell the boys.’
‘The motor wasn't quite bad yet, they let me listen to it.’
C
M y
(599)
‘You used a recorder did you make yourself listen to it?’
C
R y
(598)
‘The motor wasn't quite bad yet, they let me listen to it.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(583)
‘Are you listening to my song?’
C
M y
(594)
‘They mother heard what her son said about them, it is said.’
C
R y
(585)
‘I'm listening to my children.’
C
M y
(595)
‘The tales the women were telling about him, he said he heard about him.’
C
R y
(588)
‘I'm going to listen to my heart with the stethoscope.’
C
R y
(591)
‘They are listening to each other with cans.’
C
N y
C
M y
‘In town they were talking about something, did you make your daughter hear it = did you inform her of it?’
C
N y