So, yesterday we covered the fifth sentence of the North Wind and the Sun except for the last word, cēja. cēja is a modifier meaning that the clause which it modifies is seen as something possible and readily doable.
They to each other gave agreement
ien la ma pa antāken anānexa
that s/he would have the most strength
ma ñamma jalūra rū marāona pēxa cēja;
who could make the cloak become away from the wanderer.