Some affixes agree with the vowel of the root syllable (marked by ° in the notes below).
Noun cases that occur in the text are:
|Agentive:||endingless for animate nouns;||expresses the agent of the sentence.|
|Objective:||endingless for inanimate nouns;||expresses the patient of the sentence.|
|Genitive:||ending -s;||the one genitive in the text also has the suffix -um as it modifies a noun in the dual number (suffixaufnahme).|
|Locative:||ending -°l;||occurs in the text as argument of a verbal noun, in which case it expresses the patient of the nominalized verb.|
|Instrumental:||ending -i;||expresses the means of action.|
Noun numbers: one plural (animate, ending -i) and one dual (inanimate, ending -um).Adjectives and genitives agree with the head noun in case and number.
The aorist is expressed by the prefix °- (agreeing with the root vowel).
Person/number endings occuring in the text:
-a 3rd person singular or inanimate patient
-si 3rd person plural agent
There is one verbal noun in the first sentence, which is formed from the verb stem with the suffix -°nth.
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last modified: 2008.Dec.12 Fri
form originated by qiihoskeh;
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