Ad. draft-genitive grammar.

Ad. draft-genitive grammar.
The draft genitive inflection was formed with the suffix (SD/439). The dual suffix -t was added directly to the genitive inflection. In the plural genitive, the genitive suffix was added to the plural form of the noun, separated from the plural i by the usual glide-consonant y, with an additional plural marker -m also seen in the draft-dative and in plural verbs.

Examples (draft-genitive)
adūnō “of west” [← adûn] ✧ SD/311
bārō ← bār ✧ SD/439
eruvō “of God” [← Êru] ✧ SD/311
bārōt ← bār draft-dual ✧ SD/439
bāriyōm ← bār draft-plural ✧ SD/439

Reference ✧ SD/438 ✧ for example: bārō, bārōt, bāriyōm


Element In