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nArrival.Sumiyan tekkanun?When did you arrive? (Lit. when was your arrival?)
vsubjectmagka- (pl., repet.)For s.t. to arrive.arriveTekkaneku amban puweblo.I have arrived from town.Bangtekka karuˈnen tuli hadja iye bisan intag.When he is tired (lit. when his tiredness has arrived) he sleeps just anywhere.Sōng tekka siye amban puweblo.They will soon arrive from town.Magkatekka aˈahin bang kohap.The people keep arriving when it is afternoon.tuluntuwaˈ231WAYS OF WALKINGWAYS OF WALKING
vkatekkahanFor s.t. to come to s.o., arrive at s.o.Bangkewkatekkahankaruˈ nginum kew kahawa.If you are are tired (lit. arrived at by tiredness) drink coffee.Katekkahansulatkudiˈilew.I received (lit. was arrived at by) a letter yesterday.
nkatekkahanThe place or time of s.o.’s arrival.A frequent nominalization.Niyaˈne andang jīp katekkahan kami.There was already a jeep (there) when we arrived (lit. on our arrival).Bangkewhap Sembuwangan lumaˈ sine katekkahannun?When you go to Zamboanga whose house do you go to (lit. is your arrival at).

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vsubjectN-, mag- redup. +-in- (recip.)To raid, attack, arrive at (s.o.’s place with evil intent).raid, to; arrive with evil intent; attackTinekka weˈ mundu puwesto sundaluhin.The rebels raided the outpost of the soldiers.Meˈ mundu miyaˈan bakas nekka meˈ sundaluhin.Those outlaws raided the soldiers.Magtekka-tinekka meˈ munduhin duk meˈ sundaluhin.The outlaws and the soldiers attack each other.Tekkakuiyeharap si lumaˈne.I will go to her house and attack her (perhaps only verbally).(nge)lengnganguhu

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advmagtekka-tekkaSometimes; occasionally.sometimes; occasionallyMagtekka-tekkasaˈ papitunen.He comes here occasionally.(bang) petekkasasaˈat1