ᴹQ. active participle grammar.

ᴹQ. active participle grammar.

Examples (active-participle)
aláya ← ala- ✧ PE22/106
aláya ← ala- ✧ PE22/106
aláva “growing” [← ala-] ✧ PE22/116
karia [← kar-] ✧ PE22/100
karia “making” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/106
karia [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karia [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karia “active (in making)” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/110
karia [← kar-] ✧ PE22/116
farea “hunting, of prey” [← fara-] ✧ PE22/111
farea “hunting” ← fara- ✧ PE22/116
istea “knowing” [← ista-] ✧ PE22/106
istea “knowing” [← ista-] ✧ PE22/111
istea [← ista-] ✧ PE22/114
karanyava [← karanya-] ✧ PE22/117
keluya “issuing forth (of water)” [← kelu-] ✧ PE22/106
lirua ← liru ✧ PE22/117
liruya ← liru ✧ PE22/117
matia [← mat-] ✧ PE22/100
matia “eating” [← mat-] ✧ PE22/106
nemia [← nem-] ✧ PE22/100
nemia “apparent” [← nem-] ✧ PE22/111
niñkwityolya ← niñqityo (infinitive) ✧ PE22/117
olea “growing, living (of plants etc.)” [← ola-] ✧ PE22/111
olárea “growing” [← ola-] ✧ PE22/116
ortáya ← ala- ✧ PE22/106
ortaia ← ala- ✧ PE22/106
ortava [← orta-¹] ✧ PE22/106
ortava [← orta-¹] ✧ PE22/117
ortea “rising” [← orta-²] ✧ PE22/106
ortea “rising, ascendent” [← orta-²] ✧ PE22/111
ortea [← orta-²] ✧ PE22/114
oryava [← orya-] ✧ PE22/114
silia “shining” [← sil-] ✧ PE22/100
sirea “flowing, liquid” [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/111
sirea [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/114
siryava [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/114
siryava “flowing” [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/116
taltea “insecure” [← talta-] ✧ PE22/111
taltea [← talta-] ✧ PE22/114
tulia [← tul-] ✧ PE22/100
tulia “coming” [← tul-] ✧ PE22/106

Examples (imperfect-participle)
alarya [← ala-] ✧ PE22/107
altañkantalya [← altankanta-] ✧ PE22/117
ampanŏtalya [← ampanóta-] ✧ PE22/118
karalya “doing, making” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/107
karalya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karalya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karalya “making” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/123
ëa “existing” ← ëa ✧ PE22/122
yea [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
yelya [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
faralya ← fara- ✧ PE22/116
himilya “adhering” [← him-] ✧ PE22/107
izilya “knowing” ← ista ✧ PE22/107
istalya ← ista ✧ PE22/107
istalya [← ista-] ✧ PE22/115
laia [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
láya [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
larya [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
matalya “eating” [← mat-] ✧ PE22/107
niñqintalya [← ninqinta-] ✧ PE22/117
nurulya “growing dark” [← nur-] ✧ PE22/107
olarya “growing” [← ola-] ✧ PE22/107
olarya “growing” [← ola-] ✧ PE22/107
ortalya ← ortā ✧ PE22/107
ortalya “raising” [← orta-¹] ✧ PE22/117
ortalya ← órta ✧ PE22/107
ortalya [← orta-²] ✧ PE22/115
silalya “shining” [← sil-] ✧ PE22/100
silalya “shining” [← sil-] ✧ PE22/100
silirya “shining” [← sil-] ✧ PE22/107
sirilya “flowing” ← sirya ✧ PE22/107
siryalya [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/115
silyarya [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/115
taltalya [← talta-] ✧ PE22/115
tulurya “coming” [← tul-] ✧ PE22/107
tultarya “sending hither” [← tulta-] ✧ PE22/107
túlya [← #tuv-] ✧ PE22/107
tuvalya [← #tuv-] ✧ PE22/107
taltalyar “are [slipping down]” [← talta-] plural ✧ PE22/115

Examples (perfect-participle)
karnelya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
akárielya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
karnelya “having built” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
akárielya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
kárielya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
karnelya “that had been (already) built” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
akárielya “that is already built” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/108
karnelya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karnelya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
akárielya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
nea “existed” ← ëa ✧ PE22/123
ēnea “existed” ← ëa ✧ PE22/123
énea [← ea-] ✧ PE22/124
enea [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
nea [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
enelya [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
istanelya “have known” [← ista-] ✧ PE22/108
sintelya “having known” ← sinte (past) ✧ PE22/115
sintielya “having known” ← sinte (past) ✧ PE22/115
lánea [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
lánelya [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
allea [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
nahtanelya “having slain” [← nahta-] ✧ PE22/104
tullerya [← tul-] ✧ PE22/108
utúlielya [← tul-] ✧ PE22/108
túlielya [← tul-] ✧ PE22/108
túlielya [← tul-] ✧ PE22/108

Examples (future-participle)
karuvalya “about to make” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karuvalya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
karuvalya [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109
yevalya [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
váya [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123
lávalya [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
lávea [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
laváya [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
matuvalya [← mat-] ✧ PE22/109
tuluvalya [← tul-] ✧ PE22/109

References ✧ PE22/100, 106-110

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ᴱQ. active participle grammar.

Examples (active-participle)
falastane “surging” [← falasta-] ✧ MC/213
pustane “blowing” [← #pusta-] ✧ MC/213
lungane “bending” [← lunga(na)-] ✧ MC/214
lutya [← lutu-] ✧ PE16/77
nalla [← ná-] ✧ VT40/8
píke “blinking” [← #pik-] ✧ MC/214
laustane “roaring” [← lausta-²] ✧ MC/213
sangane “gather” [← sanga-¹] ✧ MC/214
simpetalla [← simpeta-] ✧ VT40/8
Sinqitalla [← sinqita-] ✧ VT40/8
histane “fading” [← #hista-] ✧ MC/213
sirilla [← siri-] ✧ VT40/8
tíne “shining” [← tini-] ✧ MC/213
tule [← tulu-] ✧ PE16/128
tuli̯ [← tulu-] ✧ PE16/128
tūle [← tulu-] ✧ PE16/128
Tukalla [← tuku-] ✧ VT40/8
karkane “snarling” [← #karka-] ✧ MC/213
tulwa [← tulu-] aorist ✧ PE14/28
tulya [← tulu-] aorist ✧ PE14/28
tulna [← tulu-] aorist ✧ PE14/29
lalantila [← lant-] frequentative ✧ VT40/8
van(da) ← e (present) future ✧ PE14/57
tulvanwa [← tulu-] future ✧ PE14/28
tuluvan(d-) ← tul- future ✧ PE14/57
ien ← e (present) past ✧ PE14/57
yen ← e (present) past ✧ PE14/57
yenda ← e (present) past ✧ PE14/57
ien “it was” [← e-²] past ✧ PE16/62
lutilya [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/56
lutsilya [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/57
lutsilya [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/60
lutsilya [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/60
lutsilya “sailing” [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/62
lutsilja [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/72
lutsilya [← lutu-] past ✧ PE16/74
tulienwa [← tulu-] past ✧ PE14/28
túliéla/túlielya [← tulu-] past ✧ PE14/28
tuliemba [← tulu-] past ✧ PE14/28
túlien(d-) ← tul- past ✧ PE14/57
tulien “having come” [← tulu-] past ✧ PE14/57
tulilya [← tulu-] past ✧ PE16/128
tulíla [← tulu-] past ✧ PE16/128
in(d-) ← e (present) present ✧ PE14/57
inda ← e (present) present ✧ PE14/57
matsin ← mat- present ✧ PE14/57
tulinwa [← tulu-] present ✧ PE14/28
tulīlya/tulíla [← tulu-] present ✧ PE14/28
tulvála/tulvalya [← tulu-] present ✧ PE14/28
tulimba [← tulu-] present ✧ PE14/28
tulin ← tul- present ✧ PE14/57

Reference ✧ PE14/29