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Munja'kin

Etymology

From Proto-Munja'kin *ʔen.

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈan/

Preposition

an

  1. (ablative) from (causes a following consonant to voice)
    Hi 'in gaha an lia!
    Get away from her!
    -Munja'kin Mother (Emerald City, Episode 101)
  2. (ergative) co-occurs with displaced agents (causes a following consonant to voice)
  3. (inalienable inanimate possession) of (causes a following consonant to voice)
    Mia koa niu vozoku an jalindri an Oza.
    Magic has existed as long as Oz. (Lit. Magic has existed from the birth of Oz.)
    -Nahara (Emerald City, Episode 109)
  4. (inalienable animate subordinate possession) of (indicates a subordinate relationship, as an employee to a boss, or a daughter to a mother; causes a following consonant to voice)

Noalath

Etymology

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Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈən/

Article

an (genitive; see also nominative u, objective ü, vocative e)

  1. of the; genitive definite article (commonly omitted; causes n-mutation)