Datapoint Diu Indo-Portuguese/Nominal and verbal conjunction

In Diu Indo-Portuguese, i is both a nominal and a verbal conjunction. On the other hand, the element ku – when it functions as a conjunction – is restricted to nominal coordination.

Values

Overlap

Example 39-77:
Oj ɛ nɔs exam gujərati ku ĩglix.
Oj
today
ɛ
cop.npst
nɔs
1sg.poss
exam
exam
gujərati
Gujarati
ku
com
ĩglix.
English
Today is our Gujarati and English exam.

Source: Cardoso 2009: 223

Example 39-134:
ĩglix i gujərati exam kabo.
ĩglix
English
i
and
gujərati
Gujarati
<exam>
exam
kab-o.
finish-pst
The Gujarati and English exam is over.

Source: Cardoso 2009: 224

Example 39-90:
Foy i pasyo pray, kõpro grãw i vey kaz.
Foy
go.pst
i
and
pasy-o
take.walk-pst
pray,
beach
kõpr-o
buy-pst
grãw
gram
i
and
vey
come.pst
kaz.
home
[We] went and took a walk around the beach, bought some gram and came home.

Source: Cardoso 2009: 226

Confidence:
Very certain