|A. setta=S||S stop moving|
|B. setta=A=O||A stop, thwart O|
|C. seje=A=O||A finish O|
|D. *auxiliary V-seje||finish V-ing|
|E. auxiliary V-tetta||stop V-ing|
These three verbs all refer to cessation of activity. Setta is derived from sede and the obsolete particle ta ‘down’, tetta is from tene plus ta, and seje is from sede plus obsolete ye ‘out’.
Setta is not used with the auxiliaries no, da, nolo, or nota. Nor is it used with noye or tetta in sense A, though it can be with sense B. Seje is not used with noye or tetta either.
V-tetta is the most common way to stop V-ing, and can be used with most every verb. It is not, however, used with data. Instead seje is used in place of an auxiliary as it implies coming to a natural end. Aside from these and a few other verbs, seje is not used as an auxiliary. Some of the other verbs are:
|F. dello-seje=S||S expand to fill a space. Dello can also use tetta.|
|G. dello-tetta=S|A(=O)||S stops rising, A stops O rising.|
|H. noye-seje=S||S appear, finish emerging. Noye does not use tetta.|
|I. setta-seje=S||S die. Setta does not use tetta|