conj


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conj.

1. conjugation.
2. conjunction.
3. conjunctive.
References in periodicals archive ?
SUJ glass-PL blue-PFVE-PRES-3IND CONJ one green-PFVO-3IND
I beg:1SG mother:DAT CONJ she buy:3SG third watch:ACC
Dative, +Locative-Adnominal NP-NOM [NP-GEN NP-NOM NP-DAT NP-ACC V1 COMP] V2 CONJ .
O P-PAL contem ainda os ADV interrogativos e as CONJ subordinativas e coordenativas.
On the face of it, we can of course not be sure whether the borrowed CONJ and DISJ markers just replace native elements in their contexts and do not in fact increase the text frequencies of explicit coordination, or whether they are really 'extra'.
Previo al analisis es preciso presentar una serie de abreviaturas gramaticales que seran empleadas en la traduccion de los textos mochicas: 1a = primera persona, 3a = tercera persona, AB = ablativo, ADV = adverbializador, AG = agente, CAUS = causativo, CONJ = conjuncion, COP = copulativo, DET = determinante, FIN = final, FUT = futuro, G = genitivo, GER = gerundio, L = locativo, NOM = nominalizador, OB = objeto, P = pronombre, PA = participio activo, PAS = pasiva, PL = plural, PS = posesion, PS = no posesion, REL = relativo, S = singular, SUBJ = subjuntivo.