Morphemic form: V{-uccuq}V (Combinations)
New orthography: -ussorpai, -assorpai, -ussuivoq, -assuivoq
Proto-eskimoic root:
Constituents: V{-ut(ə)}V + V{(q)cuq}V
Morpheme type: Verbal modifier
Left sandhi: Special (see description)
Right sandhi: None


Form and usage:

Combination of V{-ut(ə)}V and V{(q)cuq}V, where /tc/ non-standardly assimilate to /cc/. Given the meaning of ths affix, it only makes sense with (object) endings in plural.

Left sandhi:

The left-most morpheme is V{-ut(ə)}V, so this morpheme may cause a preceding /aq/ to drop from the stem or otherwise join onto the stem in an irregular fashion. See V{-ut(ə)}V for further notes on the left-sandhi behaviour.

Verb stem

Right sandhi: Regular
Valency: Valency-increasing
Diathesis: Reflexive/reciprocal (BP)
HTR-morpheme: {ði}
HTR-stem: V{-uccui}V


Meaning Notes
Agent Vb Patients piece by piece Or 'one by one' etc. Examples