sanārme, manārme, and annārme



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-.



This is an informal word for person.



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

ānen annārme wā
‘without a body, disembodied.’

3 Replies to “sanārme, manārme, and annārme”

  1. I got the idea for four parts from reading a novel wherein it was said that the Chinese thought people had two souls -one of which was an animating spirit. Copying that left me with three, and well, KÄ“leni do things in fours, so four parts – one physical, three not.

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