Category:Simple Clauses
Feature:Comparative Constructions WALS
Name:Locational
Languages (104):
Conlangs (79):
Kelenala
Minza
inapo-sakai
Neo-Khitanese
Ryupisasa
Kuyʔūn
Imuthan
Sjal
Avorenta
Nova
Rossan
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Missa
Kangir
Ngovasi
Toilan
Gac
Avrelang
Aaro
Majlang
Moten
Llapakhi
Korpasian
Manchu
toka na musume
L'starfish Klam

the postposition "slay" is used for indicating both the meaning of "on......" and the object of a comparative sentence.

for example: "lis bough ses nas bough slay doses" means "this house is bigger than that house", and "a ken ses nas bough slay" means "a person(of their kind) is on that house"

Kopfberger German
Mithara
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Borchennymendi
Kiswona
Hercsex
Barbane
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Pupupulandish
Old Arassenian
Maja
Nahakhontl
Old Zarcosian
Seto ka'palo
Aoma
Netagin
Old Nevotak
Raxic
Satang
Proto-Zachydic
Levran The comparative is formed by adding a suffix to the 2nd term of the comparison. E.g. 'Láre mánmar (this house) se síne-la (that-more) híse (tall)' = This house is taller than that one.
Meino
Nizhmel
Wally Toxic
Waku
Vtayn
Averagelang
Spraka
Qhirem
Workinprogressian
Lwaitel
Pach'o
Trayks
Kirronga
Numi
Draconic
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Thuun
Mayato MKII
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Kolyma Ainu
Kibaki
Faikari
Ancient Draconian
Average Conlang
Miirna
Vayardyio
Q.T. Lingua Franca
Kavrinian
Chlouvanem
Tangachi

Natlangs (25):
Japanese
Turkish
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burmese
Burushaski
Chukchi
Evenki
Georgian
Greenlandic (West)
Guarani
Hebrew (Modern)
Hindi
Hunzib
Jakaltek
Khalkha
Khoekhoe
Kanuri
Korean
Krongo
Lezgian
Mapudungun
Quechua (Imbabura)
Rapanui
Mundari
Nenets