one’s smile. This might be more familiar to some as jālne as in:
sele jālne to anmāe;
‘I really like tea.’ or ‘Tea makes me happy.’
The stem -āln- can refer to the smile as a facial expression, in which case it is generally possessed, or as an indication of a feeling, in which case it is not possessed. This is true of most words that can be seen as bodily expressions.