ERIC Number: ED370426
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
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Reflexives in Mohawk.
Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics, v19 n2 p87-114 1994
This paper presents an analysis of the meanings and uses of two reflexive morphemes in the Mohawk language. Reflexive "atat" is shown to have both reflexive and reciprocal meanings. It is also realized in kinship terms and in the transitive pronominal prefix "yutat." Semi-reflexive "at" has some reflexive functions, and can mark middle voice and detransitivized states or processes. Additional uses of "at" are also examined. The paper concludes with a discussion of comparative data on reflexives in other Iroquoian languages. Contains 30 references. (MDM)
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Note: For the serial issue in which this paper appears, see FL 022 191.