|A. dullo=A=O||A know of, learn O; A know, learn that CoCl|
|B. auxiliary V-dullo||be able to V|
Dullo means ‘know’. It can also mean ‘teach’ with causative auxiliaries. Its object can be a full complement clause (CoCl) rather than a noun phrase. Dullo‘s complement clause is not marked by any sort of marker.
Dullo comes from an obsolete noun dunu ‘eyes’ and the obsolete particle lo ‘up to’.
Auxiliary dullo can be used with any verb where it makes semantic sense.
Dullo-dullo uses both senses and means ‘can learn’.
Tomorrow: callo and canno. Two verbs!