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geda

noun: post (military), place; (as part of a compound) gathering

from: together

Examples:

Ai laik Indra kom Trigeda. Chit yu gaf?
Ai laik Indra kom Trigeda. Chit yu gaf?
I like Indra come Tree-gather ? you gotta-have
1SG be Indra from Woods-Clan what 2SG want
I am Indra of the Woods Clan. What do you want?

Oso ge ouyon klin kom baman, en oso nou na hon em in taim oso ste gon we raun brolgeda.
Oso ge ouyon klin kom baman, en oso nou na hon em in taim oso ste gon we raun brolgeda.
us-all get owe-one clean come ? and us-all no gonna hunt them in time us-all stay going away around brawl-gather
1PL.INCL PASS owe SAT from vengeance and 1PL.INCL NEG FUT get 3SG SAT if 1PL.INCL be go away from battlefield
We're owed vengeance, and we won't get it walking away from the battlefield.

Kof ste ogud na teik em gona kamp raun emo hodgeda raun klinrona-de.
Kof ste ogud na teik em gona kamp raun emo hodgeda raun klinrona-de.
Koff stay all-good gonna take them gunner camp around them-all hold-gather around clean-runner-the
Koff be ready FUT make 3SG warrior go-to SAT 3PL position at river-EMPH
Koff is ready to move his warriors into position at the river.

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