Uniconsonantal (C1-Type) Proto-Borean Roots
III.a-1A.) Uniconsonantal (C1-Type) Roots
Uniconsonantal roots are made up of a single consonantal monograph or digraph. Examples include *m-, a reflexive morphoneme with the morphonetic meaning, “ ”, in the first-person pronoun mille, and *n-, a pseudo-demonstrative or -articular morphoneme with the morphonetic meaning, “to be” [generally distal, definite, or unequivocal, as opposed to *l-, which is typically proximal, indefinite, or remotive], in the third-person pronoun nille or the [pro-]verb nelene-.