Form: jamāonre [N.SG]
1. a place where a large number of people live in separate structures, along with a market, a temple, and a guildhouse; a city city128
- Example Sentences:
ē teteñ ien hēja ñanna jamāonre nīkan jakōnōr ja ñi jōl rā anīstīli;
And they said to each other: We should make a city with a tower that reaches to the heavens.
il aþ ñi λi ārōn rā āke tō sema mo sarōña jamāonre nīkan jakōnōr ja ōrra ñatta;
And then the LORD came to there to see the city with the tower that they had made.
ē ñamma jāo ā λi ārōn ī ñamma sāim makkepōlien rā anmārwi āñ pēxa ī sū jamāonre ñamma jalāīke jahūwīke;
And the LORD did this and they became scattered throughout the world and the building of the city stopped.
sū jēwāri āñ la jamāonre nīkan ankōnōri anlūŋŋiþi anrāēli nīkan antāñi ē ansīwa ñe anlōki il jaraxēwa ī jaxōññāoni jalōnni jatēñi;
Among the lakes was a city with towers of white marble with flushes of pink like sunlight at twilight and also thin veins of gold.
ē tema jāŋŋeren to jamāonre jalū sū jēwāri āñ ānen anlūi rū jasōþa wā mo sanārme ien ñe wā tema to anlūani to anexīmi to anxōni to ankīri mo sanārme aþ ñi sapāla sū anxūri hāl sū jēwāri nū;
The beauty from the city shining among the lakes with light from nowhere affected him like neither the stars nor music nor memory nor family had affected him and he wept in front of the gates beside the lakes.
il ñi sapāla sū xō il ñi mēli rū jamāonre rā jatarōn jawēha jahāwa nū nīkan anīλi nīkan antanīsi nīkan anlāni nīkan anlāsi;
While he was there weeping, people came from the city to near the edge of the mirage with cloths and decorations and greetings and welcomes.
ē ñi sapāla luhañen aþ temme jakekōrja ke mēla matūttōnte sū mīþi hāl ien ē se jawēra sarāpa mo jamāonre þō ī ōrra ñi makerāon manōña il jahōλen ī hēja ñatta sāen makerāon āl cī ī hēja ñi sāen rā jamāonre mē cī aþ ilwae ñi sāen manōña rēha;
Still he was weeping, and one with authority, in front of the rest, explained to him that this city was named sarāpa and that the king had been dead a long time and now they would make him the king and that he should come into the city and then never would he die.
ē ñi sāen rā anxūri kiē aþ ñi anxūri anpōhi aþ la jatarūn jawēha nīkan jēwāri jalūi sū sāen āñ aþ se jarūlōn to jamāonre;
He went through the gates, and the gates shut, and there was the mirage with the lakes shining around him, and a shout came from the city.
ē ñi sāim rū sāen āñ aþ tetme ien āl ñi jakāenala jāllōhen sū jamāonre jaþāwa jīþa;
And they gathered around him and told him that his ceremony feast was now being made in another part of the city.
ē ñamma sāen sanōma jaþāla ā marōāñēl sakū aþ temme ien la ē anmārwakiji sū jamāonre kiē ī jacūteni jalōi;
The oracle took hold of his wrist with her hand and told him of the wonders there were across the city and shining cups.
ē anniþen ñi sawūrre jasōhi rū jamāonre sarāpa ī ñi sāen matāra il jahōλen ānen ansōha ānen anūri jūma ēmma;
The voices from the city of sarāpa soon became silent and he fell for a long time with silence except for the noise of the air.
sema jasēlni nā to jamāonre mo marēþa;
The city has many sights for the traveler.
la jamīki nā sū þō jamāonre mē;
There are many bridges in this city.
sele jatañēn mo lerōña to jamāonre il jaxāela;
I enjoy seeing the city at night.
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