hojį

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(699)
Jaagu'ų hųųrajijį?
jaagu'ų
why
ho<hį-ra>jį-jį
<1E.U-2.A>hit-RDP:ITER
‘Why did you beat me?’
Jaagu'ų hųųrajį?
jaagu'ų
why
ho<hį-ra>jį
<1E.U-2.A>hit
‘Why did you hit me?’
Hinųga nąąsueja horajį?
Hinų-ga
first.daughter-PROP
nąąsu-eja
head-there
ho<ra>jį
<2.A>hit
‘Did you hit Hinu on the head?’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# BEAT Coding set Argument type
1 beater act.V A
2 beatee obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(700)
‘Kunu struck Heena on the shoulder.’
(701)
‘Can you beat the rug for me?’
C
R also means 'throw sth. at so.' y
(37)
‘Why did you throw the ball at me?’
(702)
‘I hit the rug with a big stick.’
‘Why did you hit me with that stick?’
‘I stood there and beat the snake with a stick.’
‘The blanket we hung up they let me beat it.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
C
R y
(710)
‘Gee, they're hitting each other hard.’
C
R y
(704)
‘I hit my wife.’
(705)
‘I'm going to beat my drum.’
C
N y
(711)
‘He said he hit himself.’
C
R y
‘Did you beat my snake with a stick?’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(713)
‘When we were trying to clean the carpet, they made me.’
C
R y
(707)
‘The old tree with the bees, I made myself hit it.’
(708)
‘When I was boxing, my friend, I had a glancing blow on my boxing partner and I hit myself.’
C
R y
(712)
‘They let me strike first.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R means 'throw' most of the time y
(706)
‘I threw the ball at my son, when they were playing by the water.’
‘Teega was naughty so they beat him with ash wood.’
C
R only with reciprocal meaning y
(709)
‘They are throwing chickens at each other (= they ate chickens (idiomatic expression!)).’
‘They played by the beach and threw mud at each other.’
‘They used spears to dance with and they beat each other with them.’
‘I accidentally beat myself with this stick.’
C
N y
C
R y
‘They were practicing baseball and hitting, did you have your kids hit some?’
C
N y