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In contrast, in both Tundra Enets as well as Nganasan, the etymologically related verb shows indeed the standard negation pattern of negative auxiliaries NEG.
Concerning the encoding of such predicatives, Tundra Nenets, Forest Enets and Tundra Enets do not require a free-standing copula, neither in the aorist nor the past tense:
By contrast, the Nenets and Enets languages have cliticized the inflected copula and the copula has been dropped which has resulted in the verbal-like encoding of nominal predicates.
In contrast, in both Forest Enets and Tundra Nenets, (17) the postposition is still free-standing.
Castren, the stem i- is used also in the Enets conjunctive (Castren 1864 : 516-517), whereby the length of the stem vowel (i-) is most likely caused by adherence of the conjunctive marker ji to the primary stem vowel i (i- < (see e.
Infinitive: ni-se Gerund: ni-fi' ENETS Sg Du Pl Indef.
The second part of this paper addresses the Forest Enets pronoun borrowing case in more detail, as its implications for the study of language contact from both an Uralic but also a general perspective has several peculiarities which have not received as much attention as it actually deserves.
As stated in the introduction, neither Forest Enets nor either Nenets varieties shares 2P and 3P pronouns with Nganasan, which uses form cognate from Proto-Samoyedic and beyond (Hajdu 1983 : 105).
From a synchronic perspective, Enets and to some extent Nenets pronouns have an unusual morphological structure: in Forest Enets, the singular pronouns serve as the unmarked base from which dual and plural are formed by suffixing the appropriate genitive possessive suffixes (Px).
As was suggested above already, the Enets auditive suffix -mono- etc.
also Enets monos 'to rumble' (Mikola 1995 : 150), Nenets munots 'to ring', Nganasan mununtu 'to say' (Janhunen 1977 : 95).
s/-s(i) in Enets and Nenets comes from the Common Samoyed 'to be'-auxiliary non-finite form *V-sV that has grammaticalised as a word-final (following personal suffixes) preterite marker.