Kebreni verb conjugation utility
Posted by Philip Newton
on 1:47 7/23/01
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This is not very polished yet, but you can have a look at
if you're interested in Kebreni verbs.
The three features implemented at the moment are:
- Conjugating a verb
- This will conjugate a Kebreni verb in all of its forms. The order
of the forms follows a certain internal logic but is not the same as
the order the forms are presented in on Mark's page.
(It's basically the order in which transformations should be applied.)
- Find a specific conjugated form of a verb
- This enables you to find, say, the benefactive-to-listener perfective of
"pocsu" (meaning "I kicked you for your own good", I suppose).
"polite" and "subordinate" are mutually exclusive, so I put them
in the same radio button group (it's not the verb that's polite; it's
the interchange or situation, so with subordinate verbs the
main verbs gets marked +polite)
- Identify a conjugated form
- Useful if you run across, say, "ahednerydu" and don't know
what it means, and don't feel like looking all over the dictionary
and applying transformations (since the first letter of a conjugated
form may not be the first letter of the root). If multiple conjugated
forms are the same, it will give you all of them. Definitions
taken from the Kebreni lexicon are also given.
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