hanį jii

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combination of hanį 'have' + deictic motion verb (=DMV)

The meaning BRING can be expressed through the combination of the possessive verb
hanį and any of the 12 DMVs, jii is used here just as an example.

In this verbal complex he undergoer inflections only occur on
hanį , whereas the actor inflections occur on the deictic motion verb as well as on hanį. All derivations (see alternations) only occur on hanį and never on the DMV.

Coding frame

Complex Verb form
Verb type: VV

Examples

(719)
Rook hožura eegi hanį jiire!
rook_hožu=ra
pie=DEF
eegi
here
hanį
have.NTL
jii-re
arrive.here-IMP
‘Bring that pie in here!’
(714)
Xąąwįoxere hįįganį hajiire.
xąąwįoxere
flower
ha<hį-gi>nį
<1E.U-APPL.BEN>have.NTL
ha-jii-ire
COLL-arrive.here-SBJ.3PL
‘They brought me flowers.’
Rook hožu hakikikaranį hajiire.
rook_hožu
pie
ha<kiki-kara>nį
<RCP-POSS.RFL>have.NTL
ha-jii-ire
COLL-arrive.here-SBJ.3PL
‘They brought pie for each other.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# BRING Coding set Argument type
1 bringer act.V A
2 brought thing obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R gi- often becomes ga- (on this verb only) y
(720)
‘Bring me my glasses.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
M y
‘I brought the pie for myself.’
C
M only with autobenefactive meaning y
(718)
‘They brought pie for each other.’
‘These two brought pies for each other accidentally.’
C
R y
(716)
‘I brought my horse to school today.’
‘I came here and brought along my computer.’
‘Did you bring your computer with you today?’
C
M y
(717)
‘I brought my lunch, lunch for myself.’
‘When I made my lunch I brought pie for myself.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(721)
‘They made me bring a pie.’
‘I had Kunu bring a cherry pie.’
‘They made me bring the pies.’
C
R y
‘Something I really cherished, I brought it here with difficulty.’
C
R y
(715)
‘They didn't let me bring a pie here.’
‘They made me bring the pies.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
C
N y