Continuing with Gary’s list:
- A robin has built his nest in the apple tree.
I have been thinking about the concept of building and making, and I think this uses the verb É›mÉ›mÉ›. É›mÉ›mÉ› is in many ways the opposite of evi, which means to emit (sometimes explosively), so É›mÉ›mÉ› is sort of “implode”. Sort of. More like multiple things come together to one thing. So, yeah, building and making fit with that. The structure of an É›mÉ›mÉ› clause in this context is S A É›mÉ›mÉ› (L). S is the “robin”, A the nest, and L the apple tree.
91. udle lomÉ¨dÉ›n omÉ›t mÉ›dÉ› da gadi dÉ›stÉ›.
- I’m told