mood (abbreviated DUB) is an epistemic grammatical
in some languages, that indicates
that the statement
is dubious, doubtful, or...
- English speakers learning these
languages. In certain other
languages, the dubitative
or the conditional moods
may be emplo**** instead
of the subjunctive
- In Eskimo–Aleut languages, the dubitative
mood (abbreviated DUB) is a verb form used for dependent adverbial clauses
with the meaning
'whether'. The following...
- (renarrative, dubitative
). The inferential
is then viewed
as one of the moods, and the dubitative
- as a renarrative
inferential, whose dubitative
- 'boats' with plural suffix
/-an/ (all dialects). The verb suffix
for the Dubitative
Mode, which denotes
experience, is /-dig/...
"Doe-moosh", which means
past tense. Other possible spellings
are Dogmosh, Dugmash, Dagmoush, Dughmush...
- ᑳᒃᑳᖓᒥ ᓂᕆᖃᑦᑕᖅᑐᖅ Kaakkaangami niriqattaqtuq
When he's hungry, he eats. The dubitative suffixes express uncertainty
or disbelief about
distinctions, the dubitative
co****s are epistemic forms
used for reduced
certainty. They are related
to the -ʈo dubitative suffixes
- existential pronouns
used with negatives
(I can't see anyone), while dubitative existential pronouns
are used in questions
as to the...
- dubit- dubitāv- dubitāt- doubt
dubitable, dubitancy, dubitate, dubitation, dubitative
, indubitable, redoubtable
ducō duc- dux- duct- lead abduce, abducent,...