For those who came in late, there are such things as discontinuous morphemes, i.e. single morphemes that are interrupted by other morphemes. Note this example from this SIL link:
"A circumfix surrounding a root from Tuwali Ifugao (Philippines):
baddang: root ‘help’v. ka--an: circumfix ‘NOMR’
kabaddangan: word ‘helpfulness’"
My question is, do any natural languages have discontinuous coordinators that surround coordinated phrases? For example, are there coordinators that work like the ones in this nonce example?
"Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" = "and1 Bob Carol Ted Alice and2"
"my money or my life" = or1 my money my life or2"
"the tall man and the suspicious dog" = and1 tall man suspicious dog and2"