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Problems

It's not clear to me what JOD means by "(for Maⁿȼiñga ha)" on the first example. In modern usage this would be the female speech equivalent, but I think the use of ha/ho was different in 19th century.
Added/modified by: Catherine Rudin on 2016-08-25 17:00:00
Are translations of examples correct?
Added/modified by: Catherine Rudin on 2016-08-25 17:05:00
What is the plus sign after the examples? Does this mean a special length or pitch accent?
Added/modified by: Catherine Rudin on 2016-08-25 17:05:00

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Definitions

Id Definition Last Modified By Citation Link Actions
6465Thank you. Catherine Rudin View
6466Greeting: Hello, How are you. Catherine Rudin View
6467Sign of approval: "Hear! Hear!" Catherine Rudin View
6469Discourse marker: "Well;" beginning of new paragraph. Catherine Rudin View
6470Used in calling to a distant person: "Hey, halloo, yoohoo".Catherine Rudin View
6474Adds emphasis to a command. Catherine Rudin View

Examples

Id Sentence Translation Last Modified By Citation Link Actions
1070Maⁿȼiñgă hau!Walk! Catherine Rudin View
1071Igă hau!Come here!Catherine Rudin View

Glosses

Id English Last Modified By Citation Link Actions
5532thank youCatherine Rudin View
5534helloCatherine Rudin View
5536greetingCatherine Rudin View
5537heyCatherine Rudin View
5538approveCatherine Rudin View
5539that's rightCatherine Rudin View
5540wellCatherine Rudin View

Cognates

Id Cognate Language Id Cognate Last Modified By Citation Link Actions
15991See hoCatherine Rudin View
16004howéCatherine Rudin View
16017hauCatherine Rudin View
16028hoCatherine Rudin View