Re: Genitives NPs as Relative Clauses
|From:||Josh Roth <fuscian@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 18, 2001, 0:33|
In a message dated 11/17/01 5:20:48 PM, AL260@AOL.COM writes:
>> >To say nothing
>> >of what they call "conjugated prepositions"...
>> Prepositional pronouns, wayhey! I can't believe I've never seen anon-gaelic
>> conlang with them yet.
>opho 'over' [o:fo] ka 'from'
>ophosis ophona kasis kana
>opholi ophonass kali kanass
>ophu,ophie ophossa ku/karo kassa
Eloshtan has them too. Though they're postpositions, actually. And they're
always conjugated, whether they occur with a noun or not.
sem /SEm/ "from me"
ses "from you"
Hebrew also has conjugated prepositions.
/bi/ "in me"
/b@xa/ "in you (m)"