|A. nome=S||S come out, appear|
|B. nome=A=O||A pull O out, make O come out|
|C. auxiliary V-nome||let V|
Nome is in some ways the opposite of deye, and comes from the verb no and the obsolete particle me ‘in’, though nowadays it means more ‘come out’ or ‘pull out’. As an auxiliary, it is used for an indirect or weak causative ‘let V’.
Nome is not used with the auxiliaries da or no.
Nome-nome=A=O is ‘let O appear’.
Sentences with nome as a main verb.
Sentences with nome as an auxiliary verb.
Causatives are the most common valency increasing construction in Xunumi-Wudu, being created in three ways: by directly transitivizing an intransitive verb, by using the auxiliary deye, and by using the auxiliary nome. Deye and nome can be applied to transitive verbs as well, demoting the original A argument to O, and either removing the original O or relegating it to a peripheral phrase marked with du.
The other valency increasing construction, the applicative (adding an O argument to an intransitive) is not used, though one could argue that the audience O with se is optional and thus creates an applicative construction when present.
Tomorrow: kanne and wo.