verb endings

Verb endings form one of the major parts of Konkow morphology. This interactive chart lists the classes of verb endings as described by Russell Ultan. He lists the classes in the order that they appear in a word and how they each function in the word. The chart can be sorted by class listing (default), alphabetically by component, or alphabetically by gloss.
When you hover over and click on an example ending you view an example sentence parsed and glossed to the component level. There is also a hyper link to the PDF of the page in Ultan's dissertation where the example is located.

noun endings

Noun endings form another major part of Konkow morphology. This interactive chart is similar to the verb ending chart. It can be sorted by class, by component and by gloss.
When you hover over and click on a suffix a pop up window with an example parsed and glossed at the sentence and component level. There is also a hyperlink to the section where this example id drawn from in Ultan's dissertation.

pronouns

These basic Pronouns are sorted by first, second, third person - singluar, dual, plural; by bare pronoun, subject, object, possessive, with; or by gloss. This interactive chart is similar to the verb and noun ending chart. It can be sorted alphabetically by component, by function and by gloss.
When you hover over and click on an item a pop up window with an example parsed and glossed at the sentence and component level. There is also a hyperlink to the section where this example is drawn from in Ultan's dissertation.

A chart of roughly 400 Konkow components will be constructed where you can sort by linguistic category and alphabetically.

verb - motion

This is a study of the morpheme {ʔý} motion

verb - see

We have analyzed how the verb 'see' occurs in the archive

Downloadable PDF charts

We are preparing downloadable PDFs of these charts and others that will be found in the Lessons. They will be linked to as they become available.