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Munja'kin

Etymology

From Proto-Munja'kin *heo.

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈhi/

Determiner

hi

  1. (vocative) O
  2. (honorific) Mr., Ms., Mrs., Miss, Madame, Ma'am, Sir, etc.

Particle

hi

  1. imperative particle
    Hi kijáhao vu an za'oi!
    Declare yourself!
    -Spi (Emerald City, Episode 101)

Preposition

hi

  1. co-occurs with displaced direct object proper nouns or pronouns
    Hio si'o ki hi Munja'kin lanú inju hio monala.
    You speak Munja’kin or you don’t speak.
    -Spi (Emerald City, Episode 101)

Yulish

Etymology

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Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈhi/

Conjunction

hi

  1. and (coordinating conjunction)
    Graanip hi chuur!
    Bells and holly!