Datapoint Juba Arabic/Antidual of paired body-part terms

In contrast to the anti-dual construction here proposed, in Juba Arabic we find some dual marking cases (especially with paired body part terms). This is a morphological heritage from Arabic. These dual forms are often used as plurals.

Values

No antidual

Example 64-54:
ida; idén
ida;
hand
idén
hands
hand; two hands, hands

Source: Smith & Ama 2005: 113

Confidence:
Very certain