1. a step, one foot in front of the other step281
il aþ ñamma anrāki rājanō il ñamma jatōna jaxōsa āl il pa ma anrañāca nā il jalōna;And then, he walked onwards, now searching for the road, with greater urgency as the day continued.
il talōnte tiēlen ñi le rā jahāwekien nō il ñi lerāka jawāna sū jakīþa ja pa antēnnā ōl;Yesterday I was going along the beach when I moved with a false step on top of a rock with the ability to talk.
la sarāka jariēnneþa;Her step is funny.
ñamma jarāka rū xō ā macūma ānen antānre;The man quickly moved away from there.
tō ñi jarāki rā macūma ōl tō jakērþi tō jāo ñi macūma manōña;The horses stepped on the man and therefore the man died.
ānen antāλa ñaxxa jarāki honahan ja sexe jakīña;Chaotically, they make any kind of steps they wish.
ñaxxa jarāki rā satēsa rā sahūta rājanū rājakiē;They step to one's left, to one's right, to this side, and to that side.
wā ñaxxa jarāka jāniþa jē nā;They do not make only one step.
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