Sentence eight of the Babel text:

il tamma ien rēha ñatta janahan ja se jaþēŋŋe jacē lā;

jaþēŋŋe is a specific kind of communication, namely one that communicates a wish or intention for consideration by others. It is probably best translated as “something proposed or suggested”. It appears here modified by ancē “doable”, so jaþēŋŋe jacē means a “something that can be proposed or suggested”.

“Then he said, they will make anything that that can be proposed … “