[Lingtyp] person markers derived from deictic adverbs
rgyalrongskad at gmail.com
Mon May 4 15:35:08 UTC 2020
Concerning the grammaticalization of cislocative markers (including deictic
adverbs, but not exclusively) to inverse markers, occurring in verb forms
with first or second person object (in particular 2>1, 3>2, 3>1 person
configurations), see for instance:
Jacques, Guillaume and Anton Antonov 2014. Direct/inverse systems. Language
and Linguistics Compass 8/7 (2014): 301–318, 10.1111/lnc3.1207
and the references therein.
Le lun. 4 mai 2020 à 16:21, Vladimir Panov <panovmeister at gmail.com> a
> Dear colleagues,
> I wonder if there are is any typological overview of the historical
> development of 1st and 2nd person non-agent markers from deictic adverbs
> ("here, toward the speaker" and "there, away from the speaker") and of the
> synchronic coexpression of these functions.
> I am only aware of one relatively uncontroversial case: the standard
> Italian *ci '*us' and *vi* 'you(pl)' seem to have derived from the Latin *ecce
> hic* "hither" and *ibi* 'there', respectively.
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