Datapoint Belizean Creole/Antidual of paired body-part terms

In the case of Example 53, sayda i ayz can be interpreted as an anti-dual ('looking sideways, so with one single eye'). However, it is not a widespread usage, and seems to be an alternate for the phrase 'cut eye'.

Values

No antidual

Example 9-54:
(ʃaak) i bayt wan howl piys ina i fut.
(ʃaak)
(shark)
i
3sg
bayt
bite
wan
a
howl
whole
piys
piece
ina
in
i
his
fut.
leg
(The shark), it bit a piece of his leg (calf in this case).

Source: Escure's 1985 materials

Example 9-53:
Di leydi me de waʧ a wid wan sayd a i ayz.
Di
the
leydi
lady
me
ant
de
prog
waʧ
watch
a
him
wid
with
wan
one
sayd
side
a
of
i
her
ayz.
eyes
The lady was watching him sideways.

Source: Escure's 1980s materials

Confidence:
Certain