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Negative -aame, aama(l).

The negative (`past') participle is attached to the infinitive, and has the form -aame (LT aamai ) or -aama(l). Its meaning is `not having verb-ed' or `without verb-ing' or `instead of verb-ing'. The negative adverbial participle of the copula iru is formed with the negative stem ill-:

When two clauses are conjoined and the first NP is not identical to the second, there is a RESULT implied between the two clauses.

cf. § 6.14 for other NEGATIVE RESULT CLAUSES.