chubakte

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(42)
Wajpo weamaka ne ousi chubaktek.
wajpo
while
weamaka
field
ne
1sg
ousi
int
chubakte-k
feel_cold-pfv
‘While I was on the field, I felt cold.’
(93)
Ne ousi chubakte.
ne
1sg
ousi
int
chubakte
feel_cold
‘I am freezing (lit. I am feeling very cold.).’
(146)
Tiibu wakas soba'ita sipa.
Tiibu
Tiburcio
wakas
cow
soba'i-ta
grilled_meat-acc
sipa
freeze
‘Tiburcio is freezing the grilled beef.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# FEEL COLD Coding set Argument type
1 freezing person NP-nom S

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(616)
‘Here is certainly a place to feel cold.’
U
N applies to the causative version n
(274)
‘The wind causes (everybody) to feel cold.’
U
N n
C
R If one wants to use the chubakte verb in order to express a causation, it is necessary to suffix the -tua causative morpheme. This verb does not accept an equipollent causal verb form such as *chubakta. y
(272)
‘Something caused me to feel cold.’
(273)
‘The wind caused me to feel cold.’
(274)
‘The wind causes (everybody) to feel cold.’
C
N y
U
N n
C
N y
C
R y
(617)
‘It is cold. / It feels cold.’
C
N Another verb which means 'to freeze' is available to convey a causative relation. y
C
N y