Continuing with Gary’s list:
- The child waited at the door for her father.
Waiting showed up earlier in sentence #47 (post #25). There I used the verb sÉ›dÉ› plus the adverb goÉ¬i. So this is essentially the same sentence with different nouns:
50. sobeya hÉ¨se sÉ›ttÉ› syudo goÉ¬i.
- for some time
I should mention that having “father” as a sessile source is the common “purpose” construction. Causative agents also appear as sources, but as motile sources. So motility carries with it an idea of agency. If the father had told the girl to wait by the door, father would be in motile form soba.
50. ñi mīsa mēspe sū jaxūra tō masōwa;