always less common than relational nouns without body part origin) – see 'foot', 'back', possibly 'buttocks' • No use of body parts in expressions of
How to reconstruct noun tone of proto-Tiriki-Logoori: Line up the proto-Tiriki nouns with the proto-Logoori nouns 'prominent buttocks' ??-g??v??n?
Datooga nouns clearly do not only display binary oppositions with e -da "buttock, bottom", a l-e -da "stomach"), 0 (mo n-e -da "finger",
Nouns have the inherent and covert property of gender – masculine and femi- p piece of tuber food kuada kuadabip f p buttock kǝdi kǝdibip m p bamboo
Relational nouns do not seem to have grammaticalized from body parts: ( Alemu 2017:) fagar-áan buttocks-mLOC '1 under, 2 behind' > not attested in
grammatical agreement: are noun class markers and/or agreement markers signs unusually protruding buttocks'), or traits of ill omen in Swahili culture ( kigego
The morphology of nouns, pronouns, and demonstratives is covered in Chapter 4 , followed by Chapter 5 on NP ʔáŋgá zè[kér-ò]+H 'his/her (own)buttock'
buttocks, nates, arse, butt, backside, bum, buns, can, fundament, hindquarters, hind end, keister, posterior, prat, Nouns: brim and crown are meronyms of hat
Dutch has a two-way gender-system, as nouns have either de (non-neuter, common gender) or het (neuter gender) (We wickedly pinch that tolp in his buttock )
ubing (child) ubbing (children) Proper Nouns (CV-) Common Nouns ( Distributive CVC-) balay (house) k' k' his 'one with large buttocks' With Numbers