idiez at me.com
Tue Nov 22 19:25:52 UTC 2011
Piyali Tezo huan ne cequin listeros,
Are there many intransitive/transitive pairs in -ca/-tza besides the reduplicatives?
On Nov 22, 2011, at 12:45 PM, Mr Tezozomoc wrote:
> Tezca-tl(i): Mirror
> *ihpoca: to burp
> Intransitive ihpoca is only attested in Tezcatlihpoca. It's meaning is taken from what would be it's transitive pair, Ihpotza.
> The reason why it's 1. it''s glyph, 2. ihpoca is similar to popoca: to smoke 3. a possible extened meaning burp/ belch/ puff
> this analysis was given to me by Huitzilmazatzin....
> On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 7:37 AM, John Sullivan <idiez at me.com> wrote:
> How about some morphology for tezcatlipoca?
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