Used as the first argument in a PA clause, a feeling of social connection, generally arising from a shared event. The shared event in question can be anything from being stuck in a snowstorm together to working together for a common goal.

il pa anālmañen sāim il teteñ jalūhi il ñi ankiēnarrāni tiēlen;
They were feeling connected when they helped each other during the earthquake.

3 Replies to “anālmañen”

  1. Fixed the typos.

    I don’t have an etymology, but -ālm- is the stem for ‘across, crossing, ford’, and -añen has a connotation of ‘coming together, unity’. How’s that?

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