S=O Ambitransitive Verbs
Ambitransitive verbs can be either transitive or intransitive. With S=O ambitransitive verbs, the subject of the intransitive is the object of the transitive. Verbs inflect for tense and evidentiality.
to twist, to turn, to make twist.
to lie down, to lay down.
to rise, to raise.
Derivation: derived from da 'go' and the obsolete particle lo 'up'.
to twist up, to raise up in a twisting manner.
to wash (with water).
to follow, to come after, to go after.
Derivation: derived from idi 'other' and no 'come'.
to become more so, to increase. This verb can take a predicate adjective as its object.
Derivation: derived from no 'come' and the obsolete particle lo 'up'.
to become less so, to decrease. This verb can take a predicate adjective as its object. Derivation: derived from no ‘come’ and the obsolete particle ta ‘down’.
to stop, to stop moving, to interrupt.
to stand, to stand up, to stand something up.
to sit, to sit down, to set down.