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Treebank Statistics: UD_Basque-BDT: Features: Gender[erg]

This feature is language-specific. It occurs with 2 different values: Fem, Masc.

This is a layered feature with the following layers: Gender, Gender[dat], Gender[erg].

13 tokens (0%) have a non-empty value of Gender[erg]. 10 types (0%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Gender[erg]. 5 lemmas (0%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Gender[erg]. The feature is used with 2 part-of-speech tags: AUX (9; 0% instances), VERB (4; 0% instances).

AUX

9 AUX tokens (0% of all AUX tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender[erg].

The most frequent other feature values with which AUX and Gender[erg] co-occurred: Aspect=EMPTY (9; 100%), Number[abs]=Sing (9; 100%), Number[erg]=Sing (9; 100%), Person[erg]=2 (9; 100%), Person[abs]=3 (8; 89%), Mood=Imp (5; 56%).

AUX tokens may have the following values of Gender[erg]:

Paradigm *edunFemMasc
Gender[erg]=Femdun, dunala
Gender[erg]=Mascduan, duk

VERB

4 VERB tokens (0% of all VERB tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender[erg].

The most frequent other feature values with which VERB and Gender[erg] co-occurred: Aspect=Prog (4; 100%), Case=EMPTY (4; 100%), Mood=Ind (4; 100%), Number[abs]=Sing (4; 100%), Person[abs]=3 (4; 100%), VerbForm=EMPTY (4; 100%).

VERB tokens may have the following values of Gender[erg]:

Relations with Agreement in Gender[erg]

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in Gender[erg]: VERB –[ccomp]–> VERB (1; 100%).