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Yušád: came. (Not sure if this is being used as an auxiliary, or literally "Juha came and...")

yid-díla: come here.

a-šəgl-á(-)k 1sg.aor. + 2sg.m. _in_direct object suffix. 'to show'.

What does ssən for "send" come from? Surely not related to azən?


"What does ssən for "send" come from? Surely not related to azən?"

Good question.

Usually š corresponds to Proto-Berber *s (eg. ššən ~ ssən 'to know'

I'm not sure what the s usually corresponds to, but I don't think it's *z no. Can't think of a better correspondence.

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