# Proposed Definitions And Examples

## cmavo: be'a (FAhA1)

### Proposed definition

North. Indicates that the event is located to the north of a certain point. When tagging a sumti, the sumti indicates what the event is to the north of.

• {du'a}
• {ne'u}
• {vu'a}

• north

### Usage examples

be'a la .island. mi falnu klama
"I sail north of Iceland."

### Notes

By intention, no mention of the imaginary journey model is mentioned in the definition. The behaviour when combining multiple spatial tenses is assumed to be self-evident.

## cmavo: du'a (FAhA1)

### Proposed definition

East. Indicates that the event is located to the east of a certain point. When tagging a sumti, the sumti indicates what the event is to the east of.

• {be'a}
• {ne'u}
• {vu'a}

• east

### Usage examples

mi cpare lo tricu du'a le cmana
"East of the mountain, I am climbing a tree."

### Notes

By intention, no mention of the imaginary journey model is mentioned in the definition. The behaviour when combining multiple spatial tenses is assumed to be self-evident.

## cmavo: ne'u (FAhA1)

### Proposed definition

South. Indicates that the event is located to the south of a certain point. When tagging a sumti, the sumti indicates what the event is to the south of.

• {be'a}
• {du'a}
• {vu'a}

• south

### Usage examples

le manti cu se zdani le manti derxu pe ne'u le tricu
"The ant lives in the anthill south of the tree."

### Notes

By intention, no mention of the imaginary journey model is mentioned in the definition. The behaviour when combining multiple spatial tenses is assumed to be self-evident.

## cmavo: vu'a (FAhA1)

### Proposed definition

West. Indicates that the event is located to the west of a certain point. When tagging a sumti, the sumti indicates what the event is to the west of.

• {be'a}
• {du'a}
• {ne'u}

• west

### Usage examples

vu'a ku so'i prenu cu limna le rirxe
"To the west, many people are swimming in the river."

### Notes

By intention, no mention of the imaginary journey model is mentioned in the definition. The behaviour when combining multiple spatial tenses is assumed to be self-evident.

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