ēmma & rūjēmma



The modifier Ä“mma refers to the outside of something. So, rÅ« NP Ä“mma is from the outside of NP or out of NP. The expected expression rā NP Ä“mma is not used. The word Ä“mma is related to yesterday’s word mÄ“.



Likewise rÅ«jÄ“mma is rÅ« NP Ä“mma without a specified location, and so means ‘out’. The expected expression rājÄ“mma is not used.

2 Replies to “Ä“mma & rÅ«jÄ“mma”

  1. Oh, good question! I would think that they do. It’d certainly be a beginning language learner mistake.

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