A language OVS is, in syntactic Typologie, a Langue whose Phrase S follow, generally, an order object Verbe - prone.
The languages according to this model are rather rare, except in the karib family. The systematically described first is an indigenous language of the Brésil, the hixkaryana. But the first certificate of the existence of order OVS is former to this study, one finds it in the presentation of a point of morphology of another language of the family karib, a language of the Venezuela, the E' ñepa so known like the Panaré. This probable first certificate, quoted by Derbyshire at the origin of systematic research on order OVS in the languages karib whose hixkaryana, is published in a review vénézuélienne: Andre Cauty, 1974, sober Reflexiones “tired formed flexionales” LED idioma panare , Revue Antropológica , Caracas (Venezuela), No 37, p 41-50,
In this article is proposed the following example:
Prone Verb object
- pi? kokampö? unkï?
- child to wash woman
- the woman washes the child ;
- unkï? kokampö? pi?
- woman to wash child
- the child washes the woman.
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