ñi

nji

ñi

ñi is one of the relationals. It denotes an object that has changed its state or location. ñi is often inflected for animate agent.

In the North Wind and the Sun, sentence four reads:

il aþ ñi marāona nīkamma jalūra jacālle rājanō;

We discussed marāona nÄ«kamma jalÅ«ra jacālle yesterday. ñi plus rājanō (“along“) denotes the change in location of our wanderer with a warm cloak. Namely, that s/he is in motion along a path that leads to our protagonists.