Alternation ‘Passive participle’ (Coded)

The passive participle (suffix -mayaŋ) refers to a non-A argument of a mono- or ditransitive verb. The argument is P in the case of monotransitives and variably T, L, or R with ditransitives specifying these roles. For ditransitives specifying I it is so far only clear that the participle can refer to P. As far as known, the passive participle can be formed from any mono- or ditransitive verb.

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