By White John Williams 1849-1917

ISBN-10: 1115200860

ISBN-13: 9781115200868

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E lua lau, two hundred. E tolugalau, three hundred. E afe, one thousand. E lua afe, two thousand. E tolugaafe, three thousand. E mano, ten thousand. E mano is the utmost limit. The natives do not say, e lua mano, but all beyond mano is manomano, ilu; that is, innumerable. Hazlewood, in his Fijian Grammar, regards the particle e as a kind of article. It would seem rather to be the verbal particle, because the numerals take ua and sa, instead of e; as, ua valu, there are eight. When joined to nouns of time e is omitted before the numeral: ‘E po fitu, seven nights, but, E fitu o matou po, our nights are seven.

Na latou i ai, they were there. , etc. The Interrogative is formed by adding the particle ‘ea: as, ‘Ou te se teine ‘ea? Am I a girl? ‘O ia ‘ea lenei? Is this he? And so on through the different persons. In asking the question, Is there? the relative particle ai is used with the verbal particle, as, E ai se va‘a? Is there a canoe? Pe ai ea sou va‘a? Have you a canoe? , whether is there your canoe. On Tutuila, isi is used for to be and to have: E isi sau ava, Have you a wife? Verbs compounded from two verbs; as, ‘Ai-taoto, to eat lying down; Moetu, to sleep standing; Fasioti, to strike dead.

The others take i with the accusative; i lona, his; i lenei, this. 5. Verbs Most of the verbs are primitive or underived words; as tu, to stand; nofo, to sit. , like not loving. Others are formed by prefixing mata; as mataita, angry-looking. So also with loto; as ua lotoleaga, he is evil disposed. And so with many other words. Many nouns may be turned into verbs by adding the verbal particles: as loto, the heart; ua loto, he desires; ita, anger; ua ita o ia, he is angry; pua‘a, pig; fa‘apua‘a, swinish.

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