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rol (verb)

lì'upam (IPA): ɾol
'ìnglìsì: sing
aysna'o: music / instruments
tsim: Turonyu's Dictionary -> Survival Guide

hemlì'uviyä sìkenong

r·am·ol PST simple past
r·ìm·ol PST close past (just {verb}ed)
r·ìy·ol FUT close future (will {verb} soon)
r·ay·ol FUT future
r·ol·ol PFV perfective (finished)
r·er·ol IPFV imperfective (unfinished)
r·iv·ol SJV subjunctive (possibility mode)
r·ei·ol LAUD amelioration (favorable connotation)
r·äng·ol PEJ pejorative (negative connotation)


lì'uä sna'o

tìrol song (vocal)
way (ancient, ceremonial) song
way a plltxe spoken poem
melodic recital
way a rol sung poem
as a melodic recital
way si sing (of ancient, ceremonial song)
lawr melody
waytelem song cord
(mnemonic storytelling aids, strings of colored beads and bits of stone, bone and plant pieces)
tìng lawr sing wordlessly
give out a tune or melody