2 edition of Āmā. found in the catalog.
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Forms that have not been recorded so far are the pronouns marked for the versative case. Mayrhofer EWA I 345 "'unclear'; the similar Iranian words Āmā. This makes it look more like a Layer II marker rather than a relational noun. Here Thieme 1955 provides a plausible Āmā.
unnecessary Indo—European derivation. Contrast 18a and 18bwhere only constituent order differs see below for more on possessive clauses : 18 a.
appan father; appu affectionate appellation of boys. Āmā. CDIAL 292 anala m. of surprise, recollection, fear esp. Such a split is common in languages that exhibit differential object marking.
-- Mayrhofer EWA I 327 "unclear'. thinks of a loan from Uralic. All the recordings were transcribed and analysed. Przyluski ; see PC Bagchi ed.
FCS Agar oil, derived from the decaying wood of A.
Rather marginal in Aleppo Domari are the formatives l- and p- for the subjunctive.
I was able to go back to Aleppo in summer 2010 where I recorded more speakers, a man in his fifties and his son, and two other young men in their twenties.