sociative

sociative

(ˈsəʊʃɪətɪv)
adj
expressing accompaniment or association
Translations
Soziativ
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S(a):lnstr-bez:Gen 'with-without' is the opposition exploiting the sociative and instrumental meaning of s(a):Instr 'with', e.
Stiegler's notion is that since grammatisation can be sociative, a-sociative, and dis-sociative, the associated milieu of memory (as individuation) determines whether it leads to a positive/dynamic or negative/negentropic outcome.
PAYNE, David 2002 "Causatives in Asheninka: The case for a sociative source".
Ablative, Sociative and Instrument Markers in Urdu, Punjabi and Sindhi.
Among the most frequent additional interpretations we find the reflexive ('to V oneself'), the sociative or collective (to do something together), the frequentative/ repetitive (e.
27) If it is filled by another argument, the resultant sentence can only have a sociative or frequentative interpretation (cf.
Similarly, the sociative postposition todan 'with' (236) probably comes from the noun *tozan (DEDR 3563) 'companion' through a parallel contraction.
This paper offers a behavior analytic account of personality and relates this to Multiple Personality Disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 1987), now called Dis sociative Identity Disorder or DID (American Psychiatric Association, 1994).
AO actor-oriented intensifier SG singular SOC sociative SUBJ subject TENSE
overlap of the paths of the nominative trajector and the instrumental landmark, so obvious in the instrumental sociative and instrument meanings (e.
It also provides the link to the prototypical instrumental sociative and instrument meanings, where the equidistance between the trajector and landmark is realized through physical movement.