In both cases, forms exhibiting completed (apocopate
= preterite, overlapping with the jussive; imperative) aspect are found in both the protasis and the apodosis.
It is thus a hallmark of her poetry to make archaic words such as "hough," "cosh," "relucent," "pash," "apocopate
," and "Pallium" live, shifting a sense of the written tradition into the oral one.
(29) The unmarked accusative governed by transitive finite verbs in Mordvin and Samoyedic can hardly be explained with reference to a reanalysis of the subject, and it would make no sense to talk about an apocopated accusative suffix in languages where the accusative suffix did not actually apocopate
. It would be even harder to explain the unmarkedness of numerals as objects with reanalysis.