We’re on the third sentence in 14th Conlang Relay text:
se jalāña mo jāŋŋeren jēspe sū ñēim manaren mē;
jalāna simply means “praise”. Since it is the object of se, this sentence starts as “Give praise” and then there is a benificiary or mo phrase to explain what to praise or who to give praise to, etc.
The mo phrase contains the noun phrase jāŋŋeren jēspe. We already blogged these two words, with jāŋŋeren meaning “beauty” and anēspe meaning “waiting” or “remaining”. The rest of the mo phrase is taken up with a locative sū phrase which I will discuss tomorrow.