Datapoint Kinubi/Nominal and verbal conjunction

U can be used for nominal and verbal conjunction, ma is restricted to nominal conjunction.

Values

Overlap

Example 63-136:
fí bágara u kaman fí ngamía
exist
bágara
cow
u
and
kaman
too
exist
ngamía
camel
There are cows and camels, too.

Source: Luffin 2005: 244

Example 63-137:
kan bes anás ta Mijikénda u anás ta Rabái
kan
ant
bes
only
anás
people
ta
gen
Mijikénda
Mijikenda
u
and
anás
people
ta
gen
Rabái
Rabai
There was just the Mijikenda and the Rabai.

Source: Luffin 2005: 391

Example 63-138:
u
u
conj
and

Source: Luffin 2005: 245

Example 63-139:
ána wéza nyákame íta; dug na ásurub
ána
1sg
wéza
can
nyákame
steal
íta;
2sg
dug
fight
na
and
ásurub
drink
I can steal you. I can fight and drink.

Source: Luffin 2005: 245

Example 63-140:
Núbi ta Mombása ma Kíbra ma éndisi tafaúti
Núbi
Nubi
ta
gen
Mombása
Mombasa
ma
and
Kíbra
Kibera
ma
neg
éndisi
have
tafaúti
difference
There's no difference between Nubi in Mombasa and Kibera.

Source: Luffin 2005: 245

Confidence:
unspecified