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Gana. gave. degişni. exchanged While SL uses the postessive for the possessor in a possessive clause, IL does not. Instead it uses the dative: 55 The velar –g shares place of articulation with the subessive –k suffix (cf. 11), so one might think that –g is just a variant form of -k; however, in the paradigm for ‘wings’ in Table 10, the subessive lıvarık is already listed. So, lıvarıg (-g) appears to be in another case, which I have tentatively categorized as postessive. 49 (63) Standard: Za-x’ I-POES masa different tekif proposal ava.

Qˈyk/ /qˈykyni/ ‘pitchfork’ b. 2); however, the same principle is seen in the nominalizing and oblique affixes on /qʰsan/ ‘good’ in (26) . The nominalizing suffix /-val/ agrees with the back-vowel in /qʰsanval/ ‘goodness’; however, in /qʰsanveli/ it surfaces with the front vowel /e/ before the front vowel /i/ in the oblique suffix.. (26) stem stem+ /-val/ stem+/-val/ + /-i/ (Oblique) /qʰsan/ /qʰsanval/ /qʰsanveli/ ‘goodness’ (erg) With the addition of vowels /ɯ/, /ɵ/ and /o/, IL vowel harmony is more complex and mimics Azerbaijani vowel harmony systems, where rounding is also important.

16). 11 Subessive -k There appears to be virtually no difference between the IL and SL subessive case; both use the suffix -k in a locative sense to express ‘below’ or ‘underneath’. An example from IL is given in (67). (67) Zın hili-k akuç’nu. ’ Subessive is also used as an abstract locative, especially with verbs that denote close contact, like ‘mix’, ‘touch’, ‘participate, and ‘stick’ (Haspelmath 1993, 275). 56 Haspelmath does not address the affect voiced stops have on the aspirated stop that precede them in a consonant cluster.

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