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Discussion of "ne'au"
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Comment #7: Re: Difference from “ge'e”?
gleki (Fri Nov 21 10:54:47 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> Wuzzy wrote:
> > How does this one differ from ge'e?
> It does not have the elliptical aspect to it. Also, "no particular
> feeling" can sometimes be different from a very active sense of absence
> emotion. Sometimes, when one focuses, is undergoing clinical depression
> (which does not mean only constant sadness), is meditating, etc., one
> purposefully or otherwise actively banished emotion. It is not "no
> particular feeling", it is the 'feeling' of emotional absence entirely.
> I personally object to ge'e being both elliptical and "no particular
> feeling"; those are two distinct meanings to me. This word is related to
> the latter and helps separate them out, but it does not solve that
> problem.

What about usage examples where ne'au and ne'aunai are used?
Without them it'd be hard to start using this particle.

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