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Discussion of "cau'o'e"

Comment #1: Take a look
Jonathan (Wed Jul 15 03:36:15 2015)

Take a look at cau'i and cau'a.

ju'ocu'i is used a lot in contexts where we'd just end a statement in a
question mark in English; however it's a bit long, and often doesn't quite
fit. I've even sometimes resorted to simply using a question mark, but
that's maljbo.

If this set is deemed useful, perhaps this can be reassigned to cau'e.

Comment #2: Re: Take a look
Curtis W Franks (Wed Jul 15 10:33:23 2015)

spheniscine wrote:
> Take a look at cau'i and cau'a.
>
> ju'ocu'i is used a lot in contexts where we'd just end a statement in a

> question mark in English; however it's a bit long, and often doesn't
quite
> fit. I've even sometimes resorted to simply using a question mark, but
> that's maljbo.
>
> If this set is deemed useful, perhaps this can be reassigned to cau'e.

I like both your new words and your suggestion to reassign this word's
current meaning to cau'e because it keeps the series going and it fits in
nicely with NAhE.

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