This is the word for consonant. I used this word ages ago as a word for phoneme when describing KÄ“len Phonology and Orthography. In the sentence, it is in the collective, denoting the whole set of consonants in the language.
temme Ä“ jaÃ¾Ä“Î»i ien jakÄ Änen ansÄorÄ«ki ien jaxÅ«na Änen anrÅ«Ä“li Ä« xiÄ“n jÄ“ jÄxÄ«sse jÄ«lke Ä« jÄo ja la sÅ«jatÄ Ä“ jÄo sÅ«jÅl ien jiÄ“xa Änen jasÄ“si Ä« jÅrrisi Ä“ jatatÄ“n ien Ã±i jÄ«lkena cÄ“ jaÃ¾Ärre Årra Ä“ jawÄÃ±Ã±erÄÃ±i jÄ«Ã¾i nÄ Ä«;
Regarding the sentence, temme is se in the past tense with a 3rd person singular source and a 3rd person singular beneficiary, or: He said to him; and jaÃ¾Ä“Î»i is idea or thought. It has an ‘and’ (Ä“) before it, to coordinate with the ‘and’ (Ä“) before jatatÄ“n later in the sentence. It’s in the plural because it is renamed multiple times. ien renames jaÃ¾Ä“Î»a three times in the sentence. The first ien phrase is jakÄ Änen ansÄorÄ«ki, the deeds or usage of consonants.