visiting

Visit -ndatar-

 

This is one of the verbs beginning with -nd- that takes different forms for the pronominal prefixes for 1st person and 2nd person singular.

 

ndatareh              I go, come visit.

[ndah-tah-reh]

ndatar-             1st person singular agent – 1 + verb root – visit

-eh                   purposive aspect

 

statareh                You (s) go, come visit.

[stah-tah-reh]

s-                     2nd person singular agent – you (s)

-tatar-               verb root – visit

-eh                   purposive aspect

 

handatareh            He goes, comes visiting.

[han-dah-tah-reh]

ha-                   masculine singular agent – he

-ndatar-            verb root – visit

-eh                   purposive aspect

 

usayandatarah       She visited again.

[oo-sah-yan-dah-tah-rah]

u-                     factual

-s-                    repetitive – again

-a-                    factual

-ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – she

-ndatar-            verb root – visit

-a                     punctual aspect

 

eyǫndataraęs       I will come visit you.

[eh-yon-dah-tah-rah-ens]

e-                     future

-yǫ-                  1st person singular agent + 2nd person singular patient – 1 – you

-ndatara-          verb root – visit

-ęs                    dative root suffix + punctual aspect

 

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