arethgeAH-ray-THGAYbe soverbbe like itverbbe like thatverblikeverbare1ithgeInterrogative Variantarethgaah-RAY-thgahThe “ithge” portion of this term is what is conjugated to say “I am like that” or “you are like that”. The “i” from “ithge” is not present in “arethge” but it re-emerges when conjugated. For example, “are irithge” (you are like that).like this standing animate objectlike this standing animate object before uslike these (persons or animals before us)like this reclining animate object or long inanimate object