Form: mo [CASE]
- Example Sentences:
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.
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 texe jatāen jatēla mo mēlien mannarien sū sōssirja jaþāwa xō aþ texesse mo mīþien il anīstūi tēna sū jakēsti sū jalāji kiē sū jamāesi āñ;
All the people in that part of Sōssirja know the story and they tell it to more each year in the towns beyond the mountains, in the arable land.
ē tele jaxiēna ē te jāo mo manahan to anrēli antōrji ankēra cēja ien se anīlñē to anxārrāonīki anōmen jatamōl jatāsa to jārranisse jānnara ja se ānen annāpre honahan wā mo manārmi mamārwi ja se jāonte ānen anānranne anōna to anwēlri tēna jakāxte to jaλāon;
I knew - but anyone could have sensed it in the magic of that serene breathing - that the period was governed by the square root of the length of the wire and by pi, that number which, however irrational to sublunar minds, through a higher rationality binds the circumference and diameter of all possible circles.
ī tele jaxiēna ien se jatāten ñe anrā anēspe mo jañiwēλa jalāmena sū jecāora jajūna to jalāīke jawūxxēta sū jakīnte jāña tā;
I also knew that a magnetic device centred in the floor beneath issued its command to a cylinder hidden in the heart of the sphere, thus assuring continual motion.
se jāo mo jarūsīssīke anxāona to jalāīke þō ien anaŋŋāta wā alxien ien anerēλa tō sū antawōri āñ ñi anrūsīsse tō jelūra janahan sū anxārrāonīki ānen ē antūma ē anλāonīke ē anūra anejēxa ē anñākke wā ilnaren;
This device, far from interfering with the law of the Pendulum, in fact permitted its manifestation, for in a vacuum any object hanging from a weightless and unstretchable wire free of air resistance and friction will oscillate for eternity.
tō la mēli manaren tēna ñe anhēnārīki anīλi jañāona jañēie tō pa ñēim tēna ē lenārre ē lewēren tō jāo hēja senneñ anēla anciēri ke mān mo mīþa ien sexe mo maþūskīri mo sāim maþūskīriēma cī;
Because of all people each one is an equal thread in society's cloth, and because we each of us have soul and identity, therefore we should give each of us the one to the other personhood's courtesies like those that are given to one's weft-kin and to their weft-kin.
samma japēlti mo jaxēxi ja ē ñi jarewēλi ī ñi jahūwi ī ñi jasēþa ñe jawēlrienāl rū jatāsa λi xēþa āñ;
It was barking at the plumes of smoke which were twisting and breaking and making a knot like a piece of interlace around the Iron market-square.
semete ien sele ē jamēþi jatāri wīor mo lerōña ē jōna jajīra jaλānne nīkan anhēīñi ē jarēña jaλāona jalūnte;
She said to them, "I saw four fallen trees and a big valley full of hēīñ and a wide, shining river."
semete ien sele ē jasūpperi ŋō mo lerōña ē jamāēþi jakūrji sū jarēña jahāwa ē jūskemāni jahēhūñi nā;
She said to them, "I saw very many sūppera and thorny bushes on the river's edge and many delicious ūskemāna."
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