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Date: 26-Jan-2012
From: Ulrich Lueders [lincom.europa at t-online.de]
Subject: Descrição e análise morfossintática do nome e do verbo em
Pykobjê-Gavião (Timbira): Rodrigues da Silva


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From: Ulrich Lueders [lincom.europa at t-online.de]
Subject: Descrição e análise morfossintática do nome e do verbo em Pykobjê-Gavião (Timbira): Rodrigues da Silva

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Title: Descrição e análise morfossintática do nome e do verbo em
Pykobjê-Gavião (Timbira) 
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Native American Linguistics 66  

Publication Year: 2012 
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
	   http://www.lincom.eu
	

Book URL: http://lincom-shop.eu 


Author: Talita Rodrigues da Silva

Paperback: ISBN:  9783862882793 Pages: 153 Price: Europe EURO 64.80


Abstract:

No presente estudo descrevemos e analisamos, sob o viés morfossintático, 
as partes do discurso que se diferenciam no dialeto Timbira conhecido como 
Pykobjê-Gavião (Tronco Macro-Jê, Família Jê). Através de uma abordagem 
tipológico-funcionalista, discutimos (i) aspectos de tipologia e ordem de 
palavras, (ii) distinção entre as duas classes de palavras mais comuns no rol 
das línguas naturais do mundo, isto é, nome e verbo e (iii) demais classes de 
palavras observáveis nessa variante linguística, na medida em que se 
relacionam a nome e verbo.

Veremos que os nomes funcionam em Pykobjê-Gavião, basicamente, como 
núcleo de argumento; ao passo que o verbo, que è mais fomentador de 
relações, tem como principal atribuição dentro da frase atuar como núcleo de 
predicado. Os verbos se dividem, por sua vez, em verbos intransitivos 
simples (único argumento: Sa, So ou Sio) ou intransitivos estendidos e 
verbos transitivos simples (dois argumentos: A e P) ou transitivos 
estendidos. Para fundamentar a análise utilizaremos, principalmente, Comrie 
(1985), Dik (1997), Dryer (1999), Givón (1997, 2001), Payne (1997) e 
Schachter (2007). 

Palavras-chave: Timbira; Pykobjê-Gavião; Morfossintaxe; Classes de 
Palavras; Nome; Verbo 

In this study, we have described and analyzed, under the bias 
morphosyntactic, the parts-of-speech systems we could differ in one 
Timbira's dialect, known as Pykobjê-Gavião (Macro-Jê Branch, Jê Family). 
Via a functional-typological approach, we have discussed (i) some aspects 
about language typology and word order correlations, (ii) some distinctions 
between noun and verb classes, i.e., the most usual word classes among all 
natural languages and (iii) some others word classes we could observe in this 
dialect to extent that they are related to noun and verb. 

We will see that the names work in Pykobjê-Gavião basically as the core of 
the argument, whereas the verb, which is high promoter relations, within the 
clause acts mainly as the core of the predicate. Verbs can be divided for 
analysis into intransitive verbs (single argument: Sa, So or Sio) or extended 
intransitive verbs and transitive verbs (two arguments: A and P) or extended 
transitive verbs. To support our analysis we will use, mainly, Comrie (1985), 
Dik (1997), Dryer (1999), Givón (1997, 2001), Payne (1997) e Schachter 
(2007). 

Keywords: Timbira; Pykobjê-Gavião; Morphosyntax; Word Classes; Noun; 
Verb 

ISBN 9783862882793. LINCOM Studies in Native American Linguistics 66. 
153pp. 2012. 



Linguistic Field(s): Amerindian
                     Language Documentation
                     Morphology
                     Syntax
                     Typology

Language Family(ies): Ge


Written In: Portuguese  (por)
	
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