Sentences 7 and 8 in the LCC4 relay text:
Ä“ tema jÄo mo macÄ“na sasÄra Ä« temme jamÄrienni ien la lerÅÃ±a Ã±e mamÅra mÄ«Ã±a kÄ“Ã±; sere jakÄ«Ã±a ien Ã±i jatÄ“nnÄ«ke ja pa liÄ“r kÄ“Ã±;
tema jÄo mo macÄ“na sasÄra is “the woman hears this” and temme jamÄrienni is “she laughs”. jamÄrienne is the word for a laugh, and the plural here implies ongoing laughter. Furthermore, since the laughter is followed by the woman repeating back what TÄnre has just said to her, it implies laughter and speech interposed.
The woman hears this and laughs, “My eyes are like small moons? You wish that we were joined in marriage?”