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atengavar.ateconjyet; despite that; moreover; howeverYesi genda omuhaana omulaŋi, atenga wʼepaata ate muhayire.He also loves a beautiful girl, despite that he is bald and old.Ogeene ohuleeta esaani atenga wenda ohulya ebiryo?You have refused to bring the plates and yet you want to eat food?9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.1.5.1Except9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions

ayevar.nayeconjbut; word used to express a difference or introduce an added statementAtamba nʼamaani aye mudida. Nenda ohusoma aye nenda nʼohwembahwosi.She is hard working but dirty. I love reading but I love singing too.9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.1.5.1Except9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5Conjunctions

koniconj1and, also, in additionMudumba koni Muhwana basaani ba Musimami.Mudumba and Muhwana are Musimami’s sons.9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions2however, but; remark for reminding s.b.Koni, kubona wambala engaato jonyene, esokisi jiriŋe!But, I see you wearing only the shoes, where are the socks!9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.1.5.1Except9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5Conjunctionskoniŋoconjthen, after that8.4.5.1Order, sequence9.6.2.7Purpose 8.4.5Relative time9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions8.4.5.2.1After