anlūi

anluui

anlūi

natural light as a collection of beams or rays, sunlight.

In the next sentence from the North Wind and the Sun, we again have a set of clauses conjoined by il:

il ñamma ē anlūi ē ancālli nā ā malō
il ñamma jalūra rū sāen āñ pēxa ā marāona;

In the first clause we see that the Sun has done “Ä“ anlÅ«i Ä“ ancālli“, and in the second clause, the wanderer (marāona) has moved the cloak (jalÅ«ra) away from himself (rÅ« sāen āñ pÄ“xa).

Ä“ anlÅ«i Ä“ ancālli is a phrase conjoined with Ä“ and meaning “light and ???”. ??? will be covered tomorrow.