y-aa-lóʔō

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/y-aa-lóʔō/
CPL-go.NBASE-RN.with
Applicative of 'go' or 'come' is 'take' or 'bring'.
The bringing recipient or locational goal is optional.

Coding frame

Complex Verb form

Examples

(72)
Tzalóʔō nāáʔ kichi. Tyūkwáxikǭǫ́ʔ jiʔį̄ tzūʔ lātzá jā kóō. Chāʔą̄ jiʔį̄. Kóō.
tz-aa-lóʔō
POT-go.NBASE-RN.with
nāáʔ
1SG
kichi
quern
tyūkwá-xikǭ=ą̄ʔ
POT.sit-arm=1SG
jiʔį̄
RN(.3)
tzūʔ
during
lātzá
early.morning
CONJ
k-óō
POT-grind.2SG
chāʔą̄
POT.wash.2SG
jiʔį̄
RN(.3)
k-óō
POT-grind.2SG
‘I will take the quern. I'll carry it on my shoulder in the morning because you will grind. You will wash it. You will grind.’
(198)
"Wī lyakwā tzalóʔōǫ kitē" nakwę kūnáʔa.
and
lyakwā
why
tz-aa-lóʔō=ą
POT-go.NBASE-RN.with=1PL.INCL
kitē
pine
nakwę
say(.3)
kūnáʔa
female
‘"And why are we going to take pine?", said the woman.’
(205)
Nkyalóʔō na nkwítzą kūnáʔaá jnā liwrūú jnīʔ matrū skwelāá.
nk-yaa-lóʔō
CPL-come.BASE-RN.with
na
ART
nkwítzą
child
kūnáʔa=V́
female=DEM
jiʔį̄
RN
na
ART
liwrū=V́
book=DEM
jiʔį̄
RN
niʔ
3SG.RSP
matrū
master
skwelā=V́
school=DEM
‘The child brought the book to the teacher.’
(206)
La kii tz-a-lóʔō=kāʔá=ą̄ʔ jį̄.
la
as.far.as
kii
tomorrow
tz-aa-lóʔō=kāʔá=ą̄ʔ
POT-go.NBASE-RN.with=again=1SG
jiʔį̄
RN(.3)
‘Tomorrow I will take him again.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# BRING Coding set Argument type
1 bringer Ø A
2 brought thing jiʔį̄+NP P
3 bringing recipient jiʔį̄+NP P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
N y
U
N n
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
U
N n
C
N y
C
N y
C
N This verb is already the applicative of 'go'. y