a feeling of not being able to make sense of some situation or event.
In a person, the quality of being unable to make sense out of something, of being confused. In an object, event, or situation, the quality of inducing confusion.
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I feel kind of like a punk for asking, but do you think you can use anwaxÄon in a sentence with a person and in a sentence with an object, event or situation…?
sema jawaxāon to jāo;
This is confusing him.
il ñi sāen mawaxāon il selme jakekōrja;
He became confused when I was explaining to him.
il ñi jakekōrja jawaxāon il antielen jūsīña ānor;
The explanation became confusing after 10 “minutes”.
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