sanārme, manārme, and annārme

sanaarme

sanārme

one’s physical body. This is an obligatorily possessed noun. The prefix sa- indicates third person, any number. First person prefix is le-, second person is ri-.

manaarme

manārme

This is an informal word for person.

annaarme

annārme

As a stative noun, this means having a body. It generally only occurs in the phrase

ānen annārme wā
‘without a body, disembodied.’

annūāl

annuuaal

annūāl

an opaque yellow to pale green color, the color of new growth. This is used sometimes as an opaque yellow in contrast to anlō which is then considered translucent. This is a relatively recent color term.

annītte

anniitte

annītte

the quality of being fried. This word describes something that has been fried in oil. Since this is a stative noun, it agrees with the noun it modifies even when that noun is not present.

anpēŋŋi annītti ‘fried potatoes’
annītti ‘fries’

annāmmi

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annāmmi

potable water, drinking water. The main word for water is anhāri, which can refer to any type of water. But, if one were in a restaurant or at someone’s house, one would not ask for anhāri, one would ask for and be offered annāmmi.