N. dual nouns grammar.

N. dual nouns grammar.

Examples (dual)
hent ← hên ✧ EtyAC/KHEN-D-E
lhaw “ears (of one person)” ← lheweg ✧ Ety/LAS²

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ᴱN. dual nouns grammar.

Examples (dual)
him ← hen(n) ✧ PE13/122
henu ← hen(n) ✧ PE13/122
i·badui ← bad stop-mutation b-mutation ✧ PE13/120
i·nuilent ← duilen stop-mutation d-mutation ✧ PE13/120


G. dual nouns grammar.

Examples (dual)
engant ← engan ✧ PE13/116
celelt “2 jars” ← ceral ✧ PE13/116
golui ← †gôl ✧ PE13/117
golew ← †gôl ✧ PE13/117
golwew ← †gôl ✧ PE13/117
gui(w) “men” ← gweg ✧ PE13/117
henwi “(a pair of) eyes, the eyes of one person” [← hen] ✧ GG/10
gochenwi [← hen] ✧ GG/10
henwi “eyes (dual)” ← hen ✧ GL/48
hethwi “a brother and sister” [← †heth¹] ✧ GG/10
mabwi “(a pair of) hands, the hands of one person” [← mab] ✧ GG/10
gomabwi [← mab] ✧ GG/10
talwi “(a pair of) feet, the feet of one person” [← tâl] ✧ GG/10
godalwi [← tâl] ✧ GG/10
talwi “feet” [← tâl] ✧ GG/15
mabwid “hands” [← mab] dative ✧ GG/11
mabid [← mab] dative ✧ GG/11
a·ngolui ← †gôl soft-mutation genitive ng-mutation ✧ PE13/117
i·ngolui ← †gôl soft-mutation genitive ng-mutation ✧ PE13/117
na·ngolui ← †gôl soft-mutation genitive ng-mutation ✧ PE13/117
dalwint “feet” [← tâl] soft-mutation genitive t-mutation ✧ GG/11

References ✧ GG/10-11