Re: Drus Griutunge
- --- In email@example.com, "ualarauans" <ualarauans@...> wrote:
>This isn't quite the same, but compare the use of dative both in the
> /Ga-nu-riqizjadau himins strelom/ "So let the heavens be blotted
> with the bolts"
> /Inreiradau grundus ... hrussam/ "Let the ground quiver ... with
> [our] steeds" the attested verbs riqizjan and reiran are
> intransitive, and I don't know if they could be used with what seems
> to be dativus auctoris like transitives in mediopassive. Do we have
> any examples?
passive 'was ... gawasiþs taglam ulbandaus' and the active
intransitive 'hve wasjaima', 'gawasjam sarwam liuhadis', 'ni wasjaiþ
twaim paidom'. Or 'agisa mikillamma dishaibaida wesun' : 'ohtedun
agisa mikilamma'. But can we generalise from that to other uses of
the dative? I'll see if I can find a closer match somewhere. Or
would a preposition help: miþ, fram, af?