Category:Nominal Syntax
Feature:Noun Phrase Conjunction WALS
Name:'And' identical to 'with'
Languages (130):
Conlangs (107):
Kamakawi
Livagian [phonologically]
Poswa
Kelenala
Minza
Cholnish
Novegradian
Tseeyo
Old Adpihi
Skerre
Torain
Héhà
Adeyan
Neo-Khitanese
Gogido
Cirena
Bashika
Taruven
Velyan
Imuthan
Wilas
Ishtol
Zanese
Kangir
Uirian
Lemohai
Torimish
Ampizd
Uzkian
Kiassan Turasta
Ngaru
Aaro
Raig
Ataican
Kemba
South Eresian
Endehl
Kassunetian
Zorillo
Salhari
Nevotak
Anshanish
Llapakhi
Verunic
Redspeech
Arroe
Ieteje
Qitatyattas
yiqa' yiywos
Kaynuryos
Old Pakhriban
Alahithian
Dothraki
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Alakulian
Ixe Wa
Nahakhontl
Applelang
Meditsrai
Old Arassenian
Adejori
Tengan
Standard Hymmnos
Pastalie Hymmnos
Emeranye
G70200
Old Nevotak
Levran 'ta' stands for both 'and' and 'with'.
Haneko
Mithara
Meino
Wally Toxic
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Keihansoukaishi
Tumbian
Damiyaa
Lohsee
Sǔra
Fritheyish
Cikap
Traup
Old Greedian
Proto-Tampoluric
Clofabian
Ame language
Classical Uraki
Hux Kham
Lántas
Ussaria
Weakwan
Mayato MKII
Proto-Dahu-Kemba
Selade
Etelegbe
Mesak
TBD
Interesting
Miirna
Wistanian
Ilcharotic
Enlalen
Atlam
Nylaf
ExoticLang
Eneqa
Polarian
Q.T. Lingua Franca

Natlangs (23):
Mandarin
Indonesian
Japanese
Amele
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burmese
Chamorro
Canela-Kraho
Ewe
Fijian
Greenlandic (West)
Hausa
Jakaltek
Khasi
Kanuri
Kobon
Maori
Sango
Swahili
Yoruba
Zulu
Nenets
Urubu-Kaapor