The Function of Verb Prefixes in Southwestern Otomí

Statement of Responsibility:
Andrews, Henrietta
Series Issue:
115
Date:
1993
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics 115
Extent:
x, 105 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Preface
Abbreviations

  1. Introduction
  2. 1.1 Deixis in Otomí
    1.2 The deictic center
    1.3 Verbs without prefixes
    1.4 Deictic adverbs
    1.5 Directional verb suffixes
    1.6 Derivational prefixes
    1.7 The phonological reduction of verb prefixes
    1.8 Augmentation of mutable verb roots
    1.9 Interpreting homophonous prefix strings

  3. The Noun Phrase
  4. 2.1-2.5 Determiners
    2.6 Quantifiers
    2.7 Preposed descriptive modifiers
    2.8 Postposed modifiers
    2.9 Nonactive predicates

  5. Primary Second-order Prefixes
  6. 3.1 Present-tense prefixes
    3.2 Completive-aspect prefixes
    3.3 Future-tense prefixes

  7. Conjunct Second-order Prefixes
  8. 4.1 The syntactic distribution of conjunct clauses
    4.2 First-person conjunct prefixes
    4.3 Second-person conjunct prefixes
    4.4 Third-person conjunct prefixes

  9. Third-order Prefixes
  10. 5.1 The imperfect prefixes
    5.2 Imperfect mí- with primary second-order prefixes
    5.3 Imperfect mí- with conjunct second-order prefixes
    5.4 The eventline adverb šì
    5.5 The eventline prefix ší-

  11. First-order Prefixes
  12. 6.1-6.3 Punctiliar prefixes
    6.4-6.6 Durative prefixes
    6.7-6.8 Progressive prefixes
    6.9 The future perfect prefix
    6.10 Person-marking irrealis prefixes

  13. Otomí Text

Index

Country:
Mexico
Subject Languages:
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Work Type:
Subject:
Deixis
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
8680