kóŋko

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ŋko is more commonly used as a noun, and the commonest equivalent of 'E is hungry' is a construction whose literal meaning is 'Hunger is at E'.

Coding frame

Example

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Díndíŋolu kóŋkóta.
díndíŋ-o-lu
child-DEF-PL
kóŋkó-ta
be_hungry-PF.POS
‘The children got hungry.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# BE HUNGRY Coding set Argument type
1 hungry person Ø S

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