By Thomas Oden Lambdin
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3 . Bo ' ku beto . 1 3 . R e ' ikewwomu 1a-weludikemu . 4 . Ma ' ze bo ' k emu heyya? 1 4 . Qat alkemewwornu l a - kahenatina. 5 . Ro�na xaba kahen . IS. 6 . ' Ayte �orkernu? 7. ' I - sama 'kernewwomu l a - qalatihomu 1a- ' arntatihon. Konku diyaqona. 8 . Konna kahenat a . 1 6 . ' I -nasa ' nahu 1a-t a ' otekemu . 17. ' I -nasa ' kewwo l a -ma�a�eftika . 9 . ' Emze kona l iqa pappas at . 1 8 . ' I -nasa ' kewwa l a -b e ' s iteka. 10. Semana diyaqonat a . 1 9 . ' I - ' adonahu 1 a-beherekernu .
Obj . or acc . of goal or prep . phrase) . �afeya? 1 7 . ' Emdexra- z e ' atoku medreya . w 1 8 . Ma ' ze ' adok emu zek a bahra? 1 9 . ' Ayt e gW ayaykemu saba sadadakemu? 2 0 . Waradu d i b c l l olll l l 4 . B a ' enta-ze 5 . Nas ' a ' ebna 6 . We ' yu-ntl ' a ' l l ii l l f l I JJl r'lld. [;:mnokul, II x l l i l o l l I lIlII l . II I I 1 \ 1I11' ' '' 62 63 7 . B a-we ' etu ' awrax ' i -wada ' na ' em - h ag ar . 8 . �ana�ku zant a bet a b a- ' a ' ban . 9. 'Ada\vu ' ab�er t a wa-b �awer t a .
They m . pl . pI . y ou ma' a to conquer , defeat , subdue . serna to appoin t (to an o ffice) , d e s i gnate (dir . obj . on ' ; to come t o a halt , s t op . saw < a to sacrifi c e , o ffer ( a c c . · r . obj . ; t o : la-) . �aywa to l i v e , be al ive ; t o rev i v e , come back to l i fe ; t o r ecover , get we l l . awwe