Something that causes the feeling of wonder, something wondrous or wonderful. This is derived from the stem –mÄrw– (as in anmÄrwi “the world”) and probably from the stem –kiÄ“– seen in the postpositional modifier kiÄ“ “beyond”.
temme ke marÅÄÃ±Ä“l ien rÄ“ha Ã±arra jahÄ“Ã±a tÅ anwÄ«Ã¾Ã¾Ä“Ã±i anmÄrwakiji il jÄllÅhen cÄ«;
And the oracle told him he would drink wondrous wines at the feast.
Ä“ Ã±amma sÄen sanÅma jaÃ¾Äla Ä marÅÄÃ±Ä“l sakÅ« aÃ¾ temme ien la Ä“ anmÄrwakiji sÅ« jamÄonre kiÄ“ Ä« jacÅ«teni jalÅi;
The oracle took hold of his wrist with her hand and told him of the wonders there were across the city and shining cups.
wa jasÅri pa jamÄrwakiji xÅ;
There are no words for those wonders.
Note that sentence 52 contains a plural rather than a collective. This denotes groups of wondrous things. Note also that the collective and plural forms end in –iji. This is normal, regular, and expected.