- Can any temporal or aspectual distinctions, restricted to NP, be marked on the head noun? designed by Olga Krasnoukhova
- Datapoint contributed by:
- Olga Krasnoukhova 2013-12-22
- NB: There is a (nominalizing) suffix -m 'which refers to a place, an instrument, or a tense-marked event. It is used for specific events with known participants. It does not occur by itself but is found in combinations with temporal elements, namely -a-m 'future place or means', 'aim', -mu-m 'past place or means', 'past infinitive' and -pe-ye-m 'usual place or means' (Adelaar with Muysken 2004:529, referring to Smeets 1989:263-71).
- Lucía Colluscio, p.c.
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