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9/10 can be used to suggest a message that contrasts with that implied by the prefixes u- (Cl. 11) and ma- (Cl. 6) respectively. g. g. g. shanga “beads”). The specific number messages associated with these diﬀerent class aﬃliations depend in part on the lexical meaning of the stem, however. As shown by the examples in (6) and (7) in Section 2, some lexical meanings lend themselves to a finer-grained set of distinctions along the singular–plural continuum. The two alternatives chosen to express plurality for countable nouns in Class 11 are both consistent with the analysis under (11): ma- (Cl.
In these examples the message of diﬀerentiation between singular and plural is most evident in examples (b) and (c), where number is signalled not by the (invariable) Cl. 9/10 noun, but by the grammatical agreement. In example (a) “cloud” appears to be treated as a countable entity. Uwingu/mbingu is not an isolated case. We can also find stems with two “plural” and two “singular” forms. For example, the stem kelele “a shout, uproar, noise” may occur in Classes 11, 9/10, and 6, as shown by the following examples: (7) a.