Bivalent Group ACTIVE

Elements that take two arguments.

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Valency

In linguistics, verb valency or valence refers to the number of arguments controlled by a verbal predicate.

Hilinqwo elements can have any number of arguments. The classes of the Valency group indicate the valency of the element.

Valency indicators:
First -s (-os, -is, -as) Subject.
Second -m (-om, -im, -am) Direct object.
Additional -n (-on, -in, -an) Indirect object(s),

For elements that have four or more arguments, use positional suffixes to distinguish between indirect objects

Valency by Class

Zero arguments: Default.
One argument: [[[class:sta]], cau, gen
Two arguments by default: dat, abl

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