Datapoint Nengee/Comparative adjective marking

If a standard of comparison is overtly expressed, moo follows the property item or it may precede and follow it.
If the standard of comparison is not overtly expressed, moo is always preposed to the property item.

Values

Adjective is not marked Frequency: 50.0%

Example 4-71:
A boto ya langa pasa a du fi i.
A
det
boto
boat
ya
dem
langa
long
pasa
surpass
a
det
du
one
fi
poss
i.
you
This boat is longer than yours.
Confidence:
Certain

Adjective is marked Frequency: 50.0%

Example 4-67:
A fatu moo mi.
A
he
fatu
fat
moo
more
mi.
me
He is fatter than me.

Source: Goury & Migge 2003: 111

Example 4-68:
Sa Yunku osu bigi moo a osu fu Sa Linda.
Sa
courtesy.title
Yunku
Yunku
osu
house
bigi
big
moo
more
a
det.sg
osu
house
fu
poss
Sa
courtesy.title
Linda.
Linda
Ms Yunku's house is bigger than Ms Linda's house.

Source: Goury & Migge 2003: 111

Example 4-69:
A án moo bigi.
A
it
án
neg
moo
more
bigi.
big
It isn't bigger.

Source: Recording PM 17

Example 4-70:
A moo lebi moo disi de.
A
it
moo
more
lebi
red
moo
more
disi
this
de.
there
It is more red than this one there.

Source: Recording PM 17

Confidence:
Very certain