Sri Lanka Portuguese has rare possessive/genitive constructions of the NP da NP type, which is found only in song lyrics and frozen constructions:
fuula da rɔɔza, fɔɔya teem veerdi
flower of rose leaf PRS.be green
'Flower of the rose, leaf is green.'
Here, da could be argued to be a preposition. However, since no relationship to a verb is expressed, these examples do not qualify under the feature definition.
The da-construction has likely never been part of the colloquial language.
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