ǁʼaa

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An alternative form is ǁʼae. The verb means 'go away' when used intransitively, but 'go (away) to' when used transitively.

Coding frame

Examples

(123)
Ng ǁu ǁʼaa nǁng?
ng
1SG
ǁu
NEG
ǁʼaa
go.to
nǁng
house
‘I don't go home?’
(124)
Ha ǁʼaa tya ǃuu.
ha
3SG
ǁʼaa
go.to
tya
that
ǃuu
world
‘He goes to that country.’
(125)
Si ǁʼaa gǃari.
si
1PL.E
ǁʼaa
go.to
gǃari
town
‘We go to town.’
(126)
Nǁngǂee ǁʼaa gǃae.
nǁngǂee
people
ǁʼaa
go.to
gǃae
springbok
‘The people go to the springboks.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# GO Coding set Argument type
1 goer Ø A
2 going goal Ø P

Alternations