Arabic Numeral Gender ( Concept )
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      |_ Abstract
            |_ Linguistic Property
                  |_ Morphosyntactic Property
                        |_ Gender Property
                              |_ Arabic Numeral Gender


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Usage Notes

Examples
Language Code: kiu The affix kũ- in the first example may be used to mark either Hodiernal Past or Hodiernal Future depending on what aspect markers co-occur with it in the verb.
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Kamaua-kũ-nyu-aũcũrũ
Kamau2.SG-HOD.FUT-drink14.porridge
Kamau will drink porridge (within the day)

References:
Mugane (1997)

Language Code: kiu The affix kũ- in the first example may be used to mark either Hodiernal Past or Hodiernal Future depending on what aspect markers co-occur with it in the verb. Also, in the examples above, the final vowel of each verb is phonological, hence there is no correspondent for it in the interlinear gloss.
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Kamaua-rĩĩ-nyu-aũcũrũ
Kamau2.SG-REM.FUT-drink14.porridge
Kamau will drink porridge (sometime beyond a few days from now)

References:
Mugane (1997)

Language Code: heb Masculine and feminine cardinal numerals usually go with masculine and feminine nouns, respectively. These nouns may be explicit or just implied.
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bikʃuxamiʃatikimve-hevénuʃiʃa
asked.3.PL5.Mbags.Mbrought.1.PL6.M
They asked for 5 bags and we brought 6.

References:
Glinert (1989:80-81)

Language Code: fuv In Nigerian Fulfulde, the active voice is associated with transitivity, when the action is performed by an agent (subject) on another participant (object), or with intransitivity.
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mi-ronnd-ii-ma
1-load-ACT-2
I put a head- load on you.

References:
McIntosh (1984:109)


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