Category:Complex Sentences
Feature:Relativization on Subjects WALS
Name:Gap
Languages (208):
Conlangs (138):
Kamakawi
Qþyn|gài
Livagian [phonologically]
Kelenala
Viksen
Cholnish
Rhean
Jaibi
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Skerre
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Classical Arithide
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Neo-Khitanese
K'tle
'Yemls
Taruven
"Gap" might not be the best since the verb is marked with a particle, but the marker doesn't agree with anything.

mirrō ukru nīkeaþ ševa saìes
mirrō u-   kru  nīke  -aþ  ševa saì   -es
cat   REL- kill mouse -OBJ go   river -LOC

The cat that killed the mouse walked to/from/along the river.
Kuyʔūn
Imuthan
Tinzirean
FIAL
SIAL
Fila
Phanyo
Nova
Missa
Itra Kir
TIAL
Uirian
Ngovasi
Thiuas
Lemohai
Ampizd
Talmit
Dapaq
Ngaru
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Klingon
Dahu
Ishtol
Endehl
Lonmai Luna
Majlang
Moten
Nevotak
Arroe
Simbri
Qitatyattas
Manchu
yiqa' yiywos
toka na musume
Arka
gombazi

only the subject and the objects can be relativized

Town Speech
Kopfberger German
Kaynuryos
Ancient Yakim Language
Sonerha
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Mandalorian

There's a word forming relative clause "meg" and the counterpart of "meg" before vowels is "megin", "meg" and "megin" are differentiated by phonological conditions, not grammatical conditions.

Okuna
Hercsex
solresol
Ebo Lingai
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Pupupulandish
Old Arassenian
Old Lonmai luna
Meditsrai
Kaujasakka
Old Zarcosian
Seto ka'palo
Thensarian
Shokitin

The verb takes a form specific to relative clauses, which the WALS article classifies as a form of the gap strategy.

Adejori

Relative clauses are marked with a relativizer that does not mark for case. The WALS article seems to consider cases like these as examples of the "gap" strategy.

Pastalie Hymmnos
Snahhian
Tizian

Gap relativizer, r(i)-= is used for restrictive relative clauses. For non-restrictive relative clauses the pronoun-retention strategy (and no relativizer) is used.

Emeranye
Aoma
Madekankomi
Netagin
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clikli dialect
Ilaini
Haneko
Kamëzet
Kuty
Meino
Guzadinkya
Wally Toxic
Ixe Wa
Sunbyaku
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Minhast
Nuim
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Traup
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Spraka
Qhirem
Lwaitel
Necarasso Cryssesa
Tnaaq
Jutean
Suiacuili
Haotyetpi
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Kagian
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