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It may appear as the case an adposition governs as well as a “locational” locative, where the deixis semantically inherent to a verb is assumed without further specification. 8 The locative marker is -ya, or ya in its free form: (86a) Ang kong-ay-Ø nanga-ya. ’ (86b) Ang baha-ye-Ø AF ya Pahayan. ’ The suffix -ya has an allomorph -ea which is used when the word the suffix is attached to ends in -e. 3, page 20. 1, page 13. 4, page 29, and especially example 64c. Noun and noun-phrase operations (86c) 39 THIS IS STILL A DRAFT kong rivanyēa kong rivan-ye-ea inside mountain-PL-LOC ‘inside the mountains’ Under certain circumstances, the locative may also be a combination of genitive and locative proper, as exemplified in example 34b earlier: (34b) Ø erpu patameng tang-ya batadan-ena.
The Ayeri Resource. 2003–10. d. Web. 1 Aug. 2010. 1 i Appendix: First names Masculine names Ajan, Ajān, Akan, Alingo, Alinko, Amān, Apan, Apapan, Apinisa, Apican, Apitisu, Aruno, Ayondan, Bahisang, Bakatayan, Banan, Banvāyon, Bayasino, Bayhan, Bayhikāryo, Bayhilan, Bayhipangal, Baykan, Paypang, Bihān, Canya, Casukolun, Denan, Diyan, Diyatan, Dugamang, Gahān, Gebisyan, Gin, Gindati, Gumkay, Hadakāryo, Hinvo, Hiro, Idampisa, Idampyam, Ikan, Ilompangal, Itingayon, Kadijān, Kadisvati, Kagan, Kaman, Kan, Kaytomay, Kolumakang, Kolun, Kruy, Kruyan, Kruyikan, Kuysāryan, Lakay, Lantān, Lantaya, Lanyan, Lanyapangal, Latun, Layrivan, Ledo, Lesayivako, Linko, Lingvā, Lingyam, Lita, Lugamakang, Mahān, Makalano, Makampangal, Makang, Makārya, Makāryān, Malimaya, Mangan, Mangān, Mangyan, Maran, Marandan, Maranko, Maripuntayan, Matikan, Matikisu, Mavahang, Mayaran, Metāhang, Metida, Mican, Mico, Mikadan, Mingperoy, Mingrenoy, Mingtiga, Miromān, Nahampadang, Nahang, Nahangbahis, Nahangduga, Nahangkāryo, Nahangrivan, Nahangsirutay, Nakauran, Nake, Naraban, Nibān, Nilyaman, Niyas, Pakay, Palungyan, Pangal, Paymayam, Peran, Pilisvarya, Pinyān, Prano, Pulan, Puntayan, Radanan, Rivahang, Sān, Sedan, Semapayis, Sempay, Sikatān, Sikomban, Silvaban, Simileno, Sinisu, Sirimang, Sirtaneng, Sirtang, Sopan, Suhing, Sungkoran, Taboy, Taboyan, Tahacān, Tang, Tapan, Taranan, Taryan, Tavisāya, Telbān, Telbisu, Tenan, Tendan, Tenyam, Tiganisuyam, Tikim, Tipal, Togas, Toryan, Tukong, Ulang, Ven, Vey, Veykan, Vipin, Virang, Vituran, Yan, Yivakan, Yivako, Yonang.
57b) V A P RelCA: ? (57c) V P A RelCA: ✓ Ang binisaye Misan sapaley [sang məpengalyang tadayya tupas]. Ang binisaye sapaley Misan [si məpengalyang tadayya tupas]. This also goes for when P is followed by another argument, for example a direct object or an oblique argument. 4, page 53. 2 Verb phrase Transitive verb phrases in Ayeri typically consist of a focus marker and a verb. The focus marker is an anaphora to an argument of the verb and indicates that it is the subject of the sentence. The focus marker always leads the verb phrase: (58) Yam nara-yang van-Ø.
A Grammar of Ayeri by Carsten Becker