á-bi ȼáⁿ a-má

á-bi ȼáⁿ a-má 
ábi thóⁿ amá 
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2. It may refer to a present act, or one in the recent past, as if A translated something on paper, and B took the paper to C, B could say to C, after quoting what was on the paper (regarded as curved or of the c̸aⁿ class), abic̸aⁿ-ama, it is said (or he said) that it was said (there). 
Dec 22, 2010 5:33 pm

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Dorsey writes on this slip: "2. It may refer to a present act, or one in the recent past, as, if A translated something on paper, and B took the paper to C, B could say to C, after quoting what was on the paper (regarded as cv. or of the ¢an class), abi¢an-ama, it is said (or he said) that it was said (there)."
Added/modified by: David Nesheim on 6/29/09, 2:43 PM