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Re: Different Possessions

From:Joseph a.k.a Buck <zhosh@...>
Date:Thursday, April 28, 2005, 13:34
> Speaking of possession, I thought I'd throw out the three
> different kinds of possession that Nahuatl has: alienable,
> inalienable but not a body part, and part/whole possession:
I came up with something similar fro Bez Dis's years ago without having studied Nahuatl. tsiparch = my arm/leg tikaz = my work/job sitorg - my meal tsepil = your brother tepil = your friend sepil = your acquaintance tsanarzh = jewelry that he's had so long it seems part of him tanarzh = jewelry that he always seems to have with him sanarzh = jewelry that he has recentl y acquired