waguWAH-googo for the persons or animals, not one’s ownverbcome with the persons or animals, not one’s ownverbwa-1aguDorsey notes that this term is “used in composition with verbs of motion.”have gone back or homeward for them (animate objects), not one’s ownhave come hither for the first time, or to this place, not one’s home, for them (animate objects), not one’s ownreach there, not one’s home, or for the first time, having gone for those animate objects, not one’s owngo to the place where you are or will be, for persons not one’s kindred, or for animals not one’s ownbe coming to this place, not one’s home, or for the first time, for those animate objects, not one’s ownbe coming back or home (hither), for those (animate objects), not one’s owngo for them (animate objects), not one’s ownreach there, one’s home, or again, having gone for them, not one’s owngo back or homeward for persons, not one’s relations, or for animals, not one’s ownhave gone for those animate objects, not one’s own (place not specified)pass here on one’s way back or homeward for those (animate objects), not one’s ownhave come back or home for those (animate objects) not one’s own relations or property

wagu 1go for the persons or animals, not one’s own