yónvargyónmyón1vTo sit down on something; to ride on.Yó se gunu le gel hmafus du btik nee kendel myón angat.That's why they rise early in the morning to sit in the shelter.g-, h-, k-, m-.Denge myón ówóng dou.I have ridden on an airplane.n-.Nyónu kudà ebè fedyan ginu.I rode the horse to the market earlier.s-.varhegyónseyóntegyón2vTo take office; to be seated as an elected official; to rule as a leader.Deng myón yem tau lomi nélék le.The person newly elected has assumed office.Là tngón te du kógów kebenwu abay se deng bud lomi yem tau myón.We don't know how the country will go because a new person has just taken office.varhyón
yu1proYou, your plural (ou set). It functions only as the substitute for noun participants that are in focus in the sentence.Tikóng le kól bè le Blawang, mon le, "Ni nógów me ni, tinok Datù yu, ne wen snólóken bélê ye kun."After they had arrived at the Mosquitoes, they said, "Our purpose in coming here is that the Chief summons you, there is something he wants to ask you."2advThere, in the distant past.Tehe yu kun ekni tey tehe glaan yem longit, tek hóyów nogot, là kô le slayuk tonok.Formerly, there in the distant past reportedly, the sky was very low; it could be touched; it wasn't far from the ground.
yufvTo blow on, as a fire.g, h-, k-, m-, n-, s-, sems-, sens-.cfafil 1