no verbal counterpart

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kūtá is a noun root that means both a 'hunt', that is, the act of hunting, and 'hunter'.
The word 'hunter' is a noun, and 'be a hunter' is a predicate nominal.

Coding frame

Example

(292)
Kūtá nkaā kusūʔ jyą́ʔ.
kūtá
hunter
n-kaā
CPL-be
kusūʔ
older
jiʔį̄=ą̄ʔ
RN=1SG
‘My ancestors were hunters.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# BE A HUNTER Coding set Argument type

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