|A. noye=S||S emerge, come out|
|B. noye=A=O||A emit O|
|C. N-noye=A(=O)||A do bodily function N (at, to, for O)|
|D. noye-deye=A=O||A be transformed into O|
|E. noye-nome=A=O||A create, make O|
|F. auxiliary V-noye||start to V|
Noye, another opposite of deye, is derived from the verb no and the obsolete particle ye ‘out’. It means emerge or come out with no volitionality whatsoever. Noye is not used with the auxiliaries da or no.
In sense C noye is used for bodily functions and noises. These constructions are treated as intransitive and any O argument is considered to be a beneficiary. So wudu-noye=S ‘ S emit breath, breathe’, butu-noye ‘S defecate’, dini-noye=S ‘S laugh’ and dini-noye=A=O ‘A laugh at, mock O’.
Noye interacts with the causative auxiliaries in a less than transparent manner, as shown in senses D and E. The material or source of the transformation or creation is marked with pe.
Tomorrow: setta, tetta, and seje.