Example 39-14

Mĩ jũt nã te muyt diŋer nã te.
1sg.obl
jũt
together
neg
te
exist.npst
muyt
much
diŋer
money
neg
te.
exist.npst
I don't have much money (lit. With me/next to me there isn't much money).

Comment:
Possessive constructions in which the possessor takes a comitative (ku) or comitative/locative (jũt də X) marker - as is the case in this sentence - indicate temporary possession in Diu Indo-Portuguese. A similar construction involving locative marking on the possessor is found in several South Asian languages.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
Cardoso 2009: 134