ǂaasinn

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The P in the basic coding frame can be either the person that gets dressed ('She dresses me', cf. ex. 36) or the thing put on ('I put my clothes on', cf. ex. 264).

Coding frame

Examples

(34)
Ku xainki ke si ǂaasinn ku.
ku
3H.SG
xainki
mother
ke
FOC
si
IRR
ǂaasinn
dress
ku
3H.SG
‘His (the child's) mother will dress him (the child).’
(36)
Ha ǀʼuike ng, ǂaasinn ng.
ha
3SG
ǀʼuike
wipe.off
ng
1SG
ǂaasinn
dress
ng
1SG
‘She wipes me off, (she) dresses me.’
(264)
Na ǂaasinn ng ǃobake.
na
1SG
ǂaasinn
put.on
ng
1SG
ǃoba-ke
skirt-PL
‘I put my clothes on.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# DRESS Coding set Argument type
1 dresser Ø A
2 dressee Ø P

Alternations