Aakar

Some articles on aakar:

Rama Language - Grammar - The Verb - Aspect
... Several of these involve the verb aakar "stay" or its derivative baakar (which contains the preverb ba-), either of which, following a verb stem, may convey progressive aspect Nah paun baakiri "I ... Another periphrasis, constructed with aakar following the subordinate form in -kama of the main verb, expresses "be ready to (do something)", e.g ...
Rama Language - Grammar - The Sentence - 'Be' and 'have'
... The verb aakar "stay" is used to express "be (in a place)" and "be (in a state)", as in Skuul saud aap su aakar "The school is on the south side" (school ... Aakar can also mean "live (in a place)" as in Nah ipang su aakar "I live on Rama Cay" (I island in stay), and "there is" as in Nguu ngarak ipang su aakar "There ...
Rama Language - Grammar - The Sentence - Questions
... taara? "Is your house big?", Maa ipang su aakar? "Do you live on Rama Cay?", Maa rama kuup alkwsi? "Do you speak Rama?", Maa nising kuaakar? "Have you a sister ... the child?" (child who took), Maa, ngarangki aakar? "And you, where do you live?" (you, where live) ... words generally stand at the beginning of the sentence Ngarangki maa aakar? "Where do you live?" (where you live), Ngarangki ngulkang aakar? "Where does the wari live?" (where ...