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G. libizo la-mushimaniyo (the nameofthis boy) (5) The possessiveinflections are madeup ofa classaffix and the morpheme/-4-l of relationship. The class aflx indicates the possesseeor object of the relationship. e-g. -a-lizupa (a pot it-ofclaD (9) The classaffixes occur in the following forrns. PluÌrl No Íumber Singül|r l. 2. b- 3. 4. 6. vo- 8. by- 5. t- 7. 9. v- 11. bw- 12. k- 10. 13. 14. bw- 15. kvì- 16. íhe- 11. 18. g. likom za-mulena N,abulozi 'opili (the cattleofthe former (10) chi€f of Lozi-land) bukaya-bubeli (the secondbook) (9) Possessiveinflections are usedas constituentsnot only wiú SPs but also with pronominal stems and pronounswhich refer to them.
Bon- (see) (beaudible) cp. -utt|- (h€ar) (be left) cp. -si- (leave) (get lost) cp. Jat (thrcw away) (be feasibÌe) cp. -er- (do) -sub-eh- (bedr€adtul) cp. g. - (be known) cp. -zib- (know) -brE-w- (be asked) cp. -brE- (ask) Job'w- (be bÍokeú) cp. Job- (break) -zamay-w- (be walked) cp. -zamay- (úalk) The form /-iuJ is used after radicals which are of c' CC, CV phonological shapq also radicals ending ir /-C',|-l ar'd as an âltenútive in other cases to /-w-/. E -í-ir- (be giv€ÍI) cp. -í- (give) -ns-iw- (b€ taken out) cp.
Y up) cp. -om- (dÌy) -/ìt-elel- (pass ght thrcugh) cp. -ft- (passby) Thìs extensiontakesthe forn l-elez-l afrer radicalsending in lc, j. e. alveolaror palatalstops,spirântsând nasâls. g. -biz-elez- (callall) b) V€rbal extensionsìr,,hichrestrict the collocational relationships of verb rad;calsand verb phmses, (5),/-Ír"-/(Associâtive: actionor stateaffectingpartsof awholein common) e-9. tn- (crowdtogetheÍ) cp. -bon- (see) (beaudible) cp. -utt|- (h€ar) (be left) cp. -si- (leave) (get lost) cp. Jat (thrcw away) (be feasibÌe) cp.