Sixth Linguifex Relay/Scarlet Aban

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Mir'aalaiti go daajai
miroŋeivëj Poitsiko Di-Parel azavëi
Buŋg'waasi sewvoomulügïgëi adeem rnadiŋaistgag'umïlsïg üüvïiŋg.
Humg'waavëi humatagriŋëi mirg'waavëi miroolï ïŋgag'waavëi iŋgabasïbëi vode buŋg'umïlnadisi go alheretateg'waavëi.
Mirg'umïl mirdarabuŋ humtuusïmulügbuŋ humadivi ostŋeive üga senlovako adil
Urw'g'waabuŋ urw'daraidaldo lus'avigïgïla lus'aüüvïi hamhem tara rnadilus'aarniŋ.
Impsnaigsemeempa humŋaigïdaragïl ïïï sennasasewvoomulügoŋg
Mirsewvoogïl giitavosoŋg giidaajai ïŋgag'umïl s'müg'waavos'ko daldol'rei.

Gloss

Mir-'aalaiti go daajai
CL4-incantation PREP.ESS great.awe.and.celebration.INF.INS
mir-oŋeivë-j "Poitsi"-ko "Di-Pare"-l aza-vëi
CL4-create-PASS.NMZ "Poitsi Di-Pare"<A> write-INF.INS
Buŋ-g'waa-si sewvoo-mulüg-ïgëi adeem r-nadi-ŋai<st>ga-g<'um>ïl-sïg üüvïi-ŋg.
2s-occur-1s cherished-feel-INF.INS ANA.VEN 1s-associates-CAUS<REL>-lie<belonging>-2s land-S
Hum-g'waa-vëi hum-atagriŋ-ëi mir-g'waa-vëi mir-oolï ïŋga-g'waa-vëi ïŋga-basïb-ëi vo-de buŋ-g<'um>ïl-nadi-si go alheretate-g'waa-vëi.
CL3-occur-INF.INS CL3-think-INF.INS CL4-occur-INF.INS CL4-undergo.INF.INS CL5-occur-INF.INS CL5-exert-INF.INS COP-CNJ 2s-lie<belonging>-associates-1s PREP.ESS opportunity-occur-INF.INS
Mir-g<'um>ïl mir-dara-buŋ hum-tuusï-mulüg-buŋ hum-adivi o<st>ŋeive üga sen-lova-ko adi-l
CL4-lie<belonging> CL4-INCHO-2s CL3-pleased-feel-2s CL3-ANA.TRANS create<REL> hand ACT.NMZ-lack ANA<A>
Urw'-g'waa-buŋ urw'-darai-daldo lus'a-vigïgï-la lus'a-üüvïi hamhem tara r-nadi-lus'a-arniŋ.
CL2-occur-2s CL2-INCHO.INF.INS-big CL1-rich-collective CL1-land whole PROX 1s-associates-CL1-home
Imps-naigsem-eem-pa hum-ŋaigï-dara-gïl ïïï sen-nasa-sewvoo-mulüg-oŋg
welling-body.state-VEN-TEMP CL3-CAUS-INCHO-lie rain ACT.NMZ-mouth-cherished-feel-S
Mir-sewvoo-gïl giit-avos-oŋg giidaajai ïŋga-g<'um>ïl s'mü-g'waa-vos-'ko daldo-l-'rei.
CL4-cherished-lie work-GER-S power.and.hurry.INF.INS CL5-lie<belonging> reap-occur-GER big<A>-EMP

Table view

Mir-'aalaiti go daajai
CL4-incantation PREP.ESS great.awe.and.celebration.INF.INS
mir-oŋeivë-j "Poitsi"-ko "Di-Pare"-l aza-vëi
CL4-create-PASS.NMZ "Poitsi Di-Pare"<A> write-INF.INS
Buŋ-g'waa-si sewvoo-mulüg-ïgëi adeem r-nadi-ŋai<st>ga-g<'um>ïl-sïg üüvïi-ŋg.
2s-occur-1s cherished-feel-INF.INS ANA.VEN 1s-associates-CAUS<REL>-lie<belonging>-2s land-S
Hum-g'waa-vëi hum-atagriŋ-ëi mir-g'waa-vëi mir-oolï ïŋga-g'waa-vëi ïŋga-basïb-ëi vo-de buŋ-g<'um>ïl-nadi-si go alheretate-g'waa-vëi.
CL3-occur-INF.INS CL3-think-INF.INS CL4-occur-INF.INS CL4-undergo.INF.INS CL5-occur-INF.INS CL5-exert-INF.INS COP-CNJ 2s-lie<belonging>-associates-1s PREP.ESS opportunity-occur-INF.INS
Mir-g<'um>ïl mir-dara-buŋ hum-tuusï-mulüg-buŋ hum-adivi o<st>ŋeive üga sen-lova-ko adi-l
CL4-lie<belonging> CL4-INCHO-2s CL3-pleased-feel-2s CL3-ANA.TRANS create<REL> hand ACT.NMZ-lack ANA<A>
Urw'-g'waa-buŋ urw'-darai-daldo lus'a-vigïgï-la lus'a-üüvïi hamhem tara r-nadi-lus'a-arniŋ.
CL2-occur-2s CL2-INCHO.INF.INS-big CL1-rich-collective CL1-land whole PROX 1s-associates-CL1-home
Imps-naigsem-eem-pa hum-ŋaigï-dara-gïl ïïï sen-nasa-sewvoo-mulüg-oŋg
welling-body.state-VEN-TEMP CL3-CAUS-INCHO-lie rain ACT.NMZ-mouth-cherished-feel-S
Mir-sewvoo-gïl giit-avos-oŋg giidaajai ïŋga-g<'um>ïl s'mü-g'waa-vos-'ko daldo-l-'rei.
CL4-cherished-lie work-GER-S power.and.hurry.INF.INS CL5-lie<belonging> reap-occur-GER big<A>-EMP

Notes

  • All glossing abbreviations are standard except 'ANA' which refers to an anaphoric (non-deictic) pronoun or determiner.
  • Morphemes marked as nominalizers can actually produce either nouns or adjectives depending on the syntactic context, and noun classes can govern both nouns and adjectives. The main purpose of noun classes is to organize anaphoric referents, which progress incrementally through the classes and which reset by a reversal of the direction of increment or after substantial separation.
  • The verb argument morphemes (S, A, O) behave as if any morpheme incorporated into the verb itself are part of the lexical meaning of the verb they are modifying and do not occupy valency slots of the verb. For example, a verb with an agent and a direct and indirect object, with the agent and indirect object specified in the verb marking, will syntactically behave as a monovalent verb, where the sole argument will be the semantic direct object.
  • The verb g'waa, glossed as "occur", is applied to a stative verb to give an active and causative derivative meaning.
  • The pronominal morphemes <r> and <buŋ> (1s and 2s respectively) mark the verb as indicative when prepositional, and mark it as hortative when postpositional. Their counterparts <si> and <sïg> only occur postpositionally and mark the verb as indicative. Regardless of the morphemes, prepositional morphemes mark the direct object of a transitive or ergative verb while postpositional morphemes mark the subject of a transitive or ergative verb or the sole argument of an intransitive or ergative verb.