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PronType: pronominal type

Values: Art Con Dem Emp Ind Int Neg Prs Rcp Rel Tot

The pronominal type of a word (pronoun, determiner, adverb and others).

Provisional schema and explanations.

Art: article (non standard)

This value is exceptional, since Latin, stably through its history, has never presented articles; it represents the encroaching of new Romance varieties into the written language.

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Con: contrastive

Contrasting other referred entities.

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Dem: demonstrative

Pinpointing an entity.

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Emp: emphatic (deprecated)

Giving emphasis to an entity (no more used and switched to other features).

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Ind: indefinite

Referring to a non-further specified entity.

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Int: interrogative

Substituing for entities in interrogative or interrogative-like clauses. Often seen to alternate with relative uses.

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Neg: negative

Indicating the non existence of possibly referrable entities.

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Prs: personal

Bearing the grammatical categories of person without further deictic value.

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Rcp: reciprocal

Indicating that a plural number of entities affect one an other, according to the predicate.

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Rel: relative

Referring to an argument of the main clause in a subordinate clause and acting as a link.

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Tot: total (collective)

Referring to an entity in its entirety, or to all entities of a given set.

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PronType in other languages: [arr] [bej] [bg] [bm] [cs] [en] [fi] [fr] [ga] [gd] [gn] [gub] [gun] [hu] [hy] [it] [kpv] [la] [myu] [pcm] [qpm] [sl] [sv] [tr] [tt] [u] [uk] [urj]