The modifier kiÄ“ refers to the observer’s other side of something, so something behind something else. This makes kiÄ“ partially synonymous with Ä«r. The difference is that kiÄ“ refers to the observer’s position, and Ä«r does not. If something has an obvious back, then use Ä«r, otherwise use kiÄ“. So, rÄ NP kiÄ“ is to the other side of NP and rÅ« NP kiÄ“ is from the other side of NP.
rÄjakiÄ“ is rÄ NP kiÄ“ without a specified location, and so means ‘to the other side’.
Likewise rÅ«jakiÄ“ is rÅ« NP kiÄ“ without a specified location, and so means ‘from the other side’.