arasaintransitive verbSursorliwi katbán tihlo ák lu hanhan suri nák pos á nasEnglishnext dayThis generally refers to the morning following the current day, typically covering anytime after midnight until the sun is up. Unlike other words referring to time, this occurs as an intransitive verb, often followed by ur (to). As with most intransitive verbs, it can also occur as a noun.Má ngo ákte arasa má, má nas ákte pos, ái Iesu a sámtur ami kon. Tan kalilik di mákái, má kápdite mák ilmi ngo ái Iesu sár á erei. (Ioa 21.4)And when it was the next day, and the sun had broken/risen, Jesus stood on the beach. The disciples they saw him, but they did not recognize that it was Jesus.Mái Paulo a long pasi ahat á kálámul tilatung má ák tiklik mam dihat. Ngo a be arasa ur latiu, a han suri longoi tatalen án arapilpil,... (Apo 21.26)And Paul took four men from there and he (went) together with them four. When it was the next day tomorrow, he went to do the custom of purification,...Dik bunbun ngo bát na káp sisdoi mon má pákán nah nák pakta puri mon i bail hat, pasi dik lápka asosih i ahat i taunán aen a lu top páptai mon, má dik sungi kándi tan káláu suri ngo na sangar i arasa. (Apo 27.29)They were afraid lest the storm/wind push the boat and the waves would smash/split open the boat on a cliff, resulting in they threw down the four heavy irons that fastened the boat (anchors), and they begged their gods that it would quickly be the next day.báng i arasamátál án arasa8.4.1Period of timetime

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