-laqevsfxhearsay evidentialhiguatelaqenoIt is there, it is saidAy esta, se afirma ó se diceArte, f1 5.1Arte f122 'It is to be noted that this way of saying it (with the -laqe suffix) means affirming some thing, the most usual is to use it when speaking of a person or thing heard, but not seen'. Other examples in the corpus are not frequent, but seem to show that the -no is a separate morpheme.Probable

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