ga e'agah AY'-ahsay as follows toverbunspec. comp. form ofga'ee'aunspec. comp. form ofe2
ga e'a 1say as follows to
ga e'a 1.1to say as follows to
ga igegah EE-gaysay as follows about oneverbunspec. comp. form ofga'eige2Dorsey notes for this term that it is "used by another in accusing or excusing the subject of the verb." He also notes that it is "used in slandering, reproving, etc."
ga wigegah WEE-gaytell them thatverbsay as follows to or about them as in reproving them, or in speaking for or against themverbunspec. comp. form ofga'ewa-1ige2
ga'idagah'-EE-dahthereover thereGa'ida miną ke/ki.He/she lives over there.in that placejust thencomposed ofga'eidaIn reference to "over there," this term is not as far as "goshida."Comparekota(?)that more remote object over therefrom that time onfrom then on
gasųgah-SOOⁿnowjust nowreadyWaruje gasų ke/ki.The food is ready.doneenoughstillsoin like manneramenthenall rightsoonshortlyBaxoje Variantgaxsųgahx-SOOⁿFree Variantgashųgah-SHOOⁿgaxsųgahx-SOOⁿComparegasųngiunspec. comp. form ofgasų-gi1go'oige1work till night, without intermissionright nownowright nownowbegin (right now)facing thus: said if the speaker has hold of the one addressedput a standing inanimate object or a collection of small things down againlet them or it aloneput a curvilinear object down againlet a curvilinear object, etc., aloneput a long object down againlet a long object aloneleave the curvilinear object, book, etc., undisturbedleave a standing person undisturbedleave one undisturbed when they are walking, or going awayenoughnowright nowat presentright nowjust nowjust as one istalk all day until nighttalk throughout the night until the return of dayshoot throughout the day, till night comesdrink all day until nightstanding so for some timeeat all day until nighteat throughout the night until the return of daycry all day until nightsing all day until night