Continuing with Gary’s list:
- Near the mouth of the river, its course turns sharply towards the East.
Hmm. This is a description of the river’s path. Which means we get to use some neato path words, one of which we’ve already seen: edatta “entrance, beginning of a path”. For this sentence we will use mɛddatta “end of a path” and hɨddatta “turn in a path”.
74. tanan dantɨŋi daka nokiɬi mɛddatta tɨŋi hɨddatta aŋana notɨŋi sandɨŋi dɛstɛ.
- end of path
- I’m told
The river goes along its path and goes towards its end and goes to a sharp turn and goes towards the east. We could probably omit dantɨŋi daka.
74. ñi jatāna rā jatōrren nō rānnie ānen anāŋŋena;
- to east