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'make/do'

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(637)
Rook hožunąąkre nee wawaš'ų?
rook_hožu=nąąkre
pie=POS.NTL.PL:PROX
nee
2EMPH
wa-š-ųų
OBJ.3PL-2.A-do/make
‘Did you make these pies?’
(674)
Caaha waguje š'ųųra wašawaha?
caaha
deerhide
waguje
moccasin
š'-ųų=ra
2.A-do/make=DEF
wa-ša-waha
OBJ.3PL-2.A-show
‘The moccasins you made, did you show them?’
Cii hižą ha'ų.
cii
house
hižą
one
ha-ųų
1E.A-do/make
‘I made a house.’
Nąąparas hi'ų cii hižą ha'ų.
nąąparas
board
hi'ų
use
cii
house
hižą
one
ha-ųų
1E.A-do/make
‘I made a house with boards.’

Verb meanings , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# BUILD MAKE Coding set Argument type
1 builder maker act.V A
2 built thing made thing obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(638)
‘Are you going to make me a pie?’
‘He said he is going to make a longbow for his son.’
‘I made a house for him.’
C
R y
(639)
‘If you're making a pie, use these cherries.’
C
R y
‘When you were making frybread, did you make it in these bowls?’
C
N y
C
M only with benefactive meaning y
‘I made this bow for myself.’
‘I made a house for me.’
C
M kiiki'ųire = contest; benefactive meaning only y
‘The kids made paper airplanes for each other.’
C
R +k, if no other derivation y
(641)
‘I made my own pie.’
‘He said he is going to make a long bow for himself.’
‘He said he is going to make a longbow for his son.’
‘He said he is going to make a long bow for himself.’
C
R +k y
(640)
‘I made myself a pie.’
‘I made a paper airplane for myself.’
‘He said he is going to make a long bow for himself.’
‘He said he is going to make a long bow for himself.’
C
R y
‘When he cut this big tree down he used his new saw.’
C
N y
C
N hoki'ų means 'imitate' y
C
M sounds bad y
‘They let me make the pie.’
C
M y
(644)
‘I finally made myself make a pie.’
‘I didn't do the planting for a long time and eventually made myself do it.’
‘I reluctantly did it / I made myself make it.’
C
R y
(643)
‘They let me make the pie.’
‘They let me make the frybread.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
M y
‘Did you make the frybread in my bowls?’
‘When fixed the car did you do it in my garage?’
C
N y
C
R +k y
C
R +k y
(642)
‘She made soup and used her own kettle.’
‘When I cut this big tree down I used my new saw.’
C
N reciprocal meaning might be possible but unlikely y
C
N y
C
R y
‘Did you make your kids make frybread?’
C
N y