Corpus of Historical Low German

HeliPaD: Treatment of individual words

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A
al Usually Q. Sometimes ADV.
al so CP-ADV. al is ADV with untraced ADVP in SpecCP; so is C.
B
belgan VB. May be an accusative subject verb.
beter and best ADJR/ADVR and ADJS/ADVS respectively. Lemmatized under bet.
biddian VB. Often occurs with an accusative object and a genitive object. In this structure, the genitive object is OB2.
biforan ADV. May head either ADVP-TMP or ADVP-LOC.
bihwi WADV.
butan P, sometimes with clausal complement.
C
D
E
ef C.
en NUM, even when it seems to be an indefinite determiner or has a focus/"alone" reading.
eowiht N.
erist ADJS or ADVS.
F
fragon VB. Often occurs with an accusative object and a genitive object. In this structure, the genitive object is OB2.
G
gihwe GE+WPRO. Is not dominated by a WNP.
gihwilik GE+WADJ. Is not dominated by a WNP.
H
harm Usually a predicate co-occurring with an extraposed clausal subject.
hreuwan VB. May be an accusative subject verb.
hwand C.
hwat Lemma always hwe. WPRO normally; WADV when used as an "interjection", dominated by INTJP.
hwethar WQ when introducing yes-no questions; WADJ when meaning "which of two".
hwi Lemma always hwe. WPRO when it occurs as the complement of a preposition. WADV otherwise.
hwilik WADJ.
I
J
ja INTJ ("yes") or CONJ ("both"/"and").
K
L
lerian VB. Unusually, may take two accusative objects. The person or people being taught are always OB2, even when accusative.
likon VB. Dative subject verb.
lustian VB. Accusative subject verb. Other argument typically genitive.
luttil ADJ.
M
man MAN when it occurs unmodified as singular subject. N otherwise.
manon VB. Often occurs with an accusative object and a genitive object. In this structure, the genitive object is OB2.
mer, mero and mest QR, QR, QS (lemma mer for the latter).
mikil ADJ.
N
ne NEG alone as a negator. NEG+CONJ when it is a conjunction. NEG+C when it is a complementizer.
ne si CP-ADV with no C and IP-SUB.
nek NEG+CONJ.
neo NEG+ADV (lemma eo).
neowiht NEG+N (lemma eowiht).
nen INTJ.
newa P or C depending on its complement.
newan P, sometimes with clausal complement.
nigen NEG+Q.
niud Usually a predicate co-occurring with an extraposed clausal subject.
O
ok ALSO.
P
Q
R
reht so CP-ADV. reht is ADV with untraced ADVP in SpecCP; so is C.
risan VB. May be a dative subject verb.
S
scin Usually a predicate co-occurring with an extraposed clausal subject.
self ADJ.
sia Always lemmatized under he or siu, even when plural.
sinu INTJ.
so C in comparative contexts, ADV otherwise, often modifying another element.
spanan VB. May be an accusative subject verb. Other argument genitive or nominative.
sulik ADJ.
T
te Usually P, but can be ADV when it means "too (much)".
than C in comparative contexts, ADV otherwise - either heading ADVP-TMP or modifying another element.
tharf Usually a predicate co-occurring with an extraposed clausal subject.
that Normally D (lemma the), including in relative clauses, but can be C (lemma that) when heading a that-clause or degree clause.
the Most usually D, or C when it is an invariant complementizer, or CONJ when it is a conjunction.
these D.
thunkian VB. Dative subject verb. Often occurs with a genitive object. In this structure, the genitive object is OB2.
thurstian VB. Accusative subject verb.
U
und Usually P. May be ADV in the ADV-TMP und er.
untat C.
V
W
wela INTJ.
wola INTJ.
wiht N.
X
Y
Z