[Lingtyp] collective action marking

"Ekkehard König" koenig at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Tue Jul 24 11:11:03 EDT 2018


Hi Randy,

rich information on the reciprocal - sociative/collective polysemy can be
found in all of the Nedjalkov volumes. A condensed overview is given in
Chapter 5 of the first volume. (I did a review of the 5 volumes for
Language, 2011).


Best wishes,

Ekkehard




> Randy,
> There is a similar category in Wandala (Frajzyngier 2012),
> All best,
> Zygmunt
>
> From: Lingtyp <lingtyp-bounces at listserv.linguistlist.org> on behalf of
> "Randy J. LaPolla" <randy.lapolla at gmail.com>
> Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 1:33 AM
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> Cc: weifeng liu <175204935 at qq.com>
> Subject: [Lingtyp] collective action marking
>
> Hi All,
> A student in China (Liu Weifeng) working on Kyrgyz asked me for references
> about collective marking on the verb. This marking in Kyrgyz (-ish-) is
> distinct from plural marking, and used together with plural marking, and
> implies the action was done by two or more people together rather than
> individually.
>
> I am aware of the following article, though do not have access to it, and
> don’t even know know for sure whether it documents this phenomenon:
>
> Nedjalkov, Vladimir P. 2007. Reciprocals, assistives and plural in
> Kirghiz. In Nedjalkov, Vladimir (with the assistance of Emma Geniusiene
> and Zlatka Guentcheva) (eds.), Typology of reciprocal constructions,
> 1231-1280. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
>
> I don't know of any other works on this type of category in any language.
> Has this been looked into in any languages?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Randy
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