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-i   [i]   Cooccurrence: may be followed by the Responsive. Verb. Singular Imperative: spoken directly to one person who will perform the action.

=i   [i]  =li.

-ibic   [ibic]   Verb. 1 • Directional: up; neither toward or from here, because what is moving does not become separated from what it has been attached to.

2 • Directional: away (with verbs of motion).

3 • Inceptive: begin a voluntary act.

hayomi·bic*   [hayomí·biʔ]  hayohma*, -ibic. Verb of Movement. several (separately) leave, go away, start to go. synonyms: cohtoc*, da·bicʰqa*, pʰilebic*.

paʔcʰa·bic*   [paʔcʰa·biʔ]  paʔcʰa*1, -ibic. Verb. stand up unsteadily. paʔcʰabi·ci stand up unsteadily! compare: tʼe·tibic*.

side·bic*   [side·bíʔ]  siʔdi*1, -ibic. Verb. one to float up, rise.

šoko·bic*   [šoko·biʔ]  šohko*1, -ibic. Verb. sit up. šokobi·ci sit up! šokóhtibicʰmeʔ sit up (to several)! compare: tubic*.

-icʼ1   [icʼ]  -id.

-icʼ2   [icʼ]  Variant: -iyicʼ; -mecʼ; -yicʼ. , . Verb. Reflexive: the agent acts on itself, for itself, or on something along with itself.

-icʼiwacʼ   [icʼiwacʼ]  -anʔwad.

-id   [id]   Cooccurrence: following /c/. Variant: -icʼ. Verb. Durative. synonyms: -ad1, -wad2, -uced, -med, -ed, -cid, -uwad.

-im   [im]   Verb. Formal Imperative: employed in prayers and invocations, and in ordinary situations by the characters in myths; previous generations used this suffix more in their daily life, but this now sounds old-fashioned. Usages note: formal.

-in   [in]   Cooccurrence: added only to imperfective verbs. Verb. Same-Subject Simultaneous: the action denoted by the verb is simultaneous with that of the main verb, and they have the same Agent; "while, whenever, because, by".

-inna   [inna]   Verb. Aural evidential: the speaker heard the sounds of the reported action, but did not see it.

-insʼ   [insʼ]   Cooccurrence: in texts, often attached to the Assertive. Verb. Suppositional: variously rendered by "I suppose, probably, may, might, could".

-inʔna   [inʔna]   Verb. Potential: seems to be concerned with a capability of doing an act which may or may not be carried through. Usages note: archaic.

-iš   [iš]   Cooccurrence: with /tí·qa/ means "I wish"; with Causative can be added to the Assertive. Verb. Optative: expresses the hope or desire of the speaker; the desire is that the speaker himself do that action unless the Causative immediately precedes.

-iwacʼ   [iwacʼ]  -uwad, -wad1.

-iy   [iy]  Variant: -iya. Verb. Indirect Imperative: said to someone who will not perform the action, so the agent will be either first or third person.

-iyicʼ   [iyicʼ]  -uced.

-iʔba   [iʔba]  Variant: -iʔbeʔ; -iʔbe. Cooccurrence: often linked to a condition that may be expressed explicitly in a subordinate clause containing /-pʰi/ or /-pʰila/, or the condition may only be implied. Verb. Conditional: "would", "could".