Datapoint Belizean Creole/Negative morpheme types

Neva is commonly used in Belizean Creole as the negative counterpart of the anterior particle me (Example 186).
It also combines with the future particle to indicate the counterfactual. In contrast the particle no occurs in non-anterior contexts.

Values

Negative particle Frequency: 50.0%

Example 9-185:
Yu no waak da ridj de.
Yu
2sg
no
neg
waak
walk
da
that
ridj
ridge
de.
there
You don't walk along that ridge.

Source: Escure 1983a: 36

Confidence:
Very certain

Negative auxiliary verb Frequency: 50.0%

Example 9-186:
Yu neva ivn̩ memba dat if a neva kum ya kum tɛl yu.
Yu
2sg
neva
ant.neg
ivn̩
even
memba
remember
dat
that
if
if
a
1sg
neva
ant.neg
kum
come
ya
here
kum
come
tɛl
tell
yu.
2sg
You would not even have remembered if I had not come to tell you.

Source: Escure's 1992 materials

Confidence:
Very certain