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ERIC Number: ED382045
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 16
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The Reflexive Suffix -V in Hualapai.
Sohn, Joong-Sun
Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics, v20 p149-163 1995
Like many other languages, Hualapai employs the reflexive suffix for several different grammatical purposes. Unlike those languages, however, constructions with a reflexive marker in Hualapai are usually not ambiguous with respect to the expected meanings. This paper identifies four functions that the reflexive suffix may have: reflexive, reciprocal, stative, and instantive. It is shown that constructions with a reflexive -v are usually not ambiguous, but have clearly separate functions. Contains 11 references. (JL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles
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Language: English
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