Last modified on 16 October 2014, at 02:06

JapaneseEdit

RomanizationEdit

-chi

  1. rōmaji reading of

PiroEdit

SuffixEdit

-chi

  1. suffix applied to naturally possessed nouns to depossess them; that is, to indicate that they are not, in fact, possessed

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SuffixEdit

-chi

  1. Used to indicate a putative or conjectural statement.
  2. Derivational suffix, causative. To make someone do something; to let or allow something.
    llamkay (to work) → llamkachiy (to make one work)
    yachay (to learn) → yachachiy (to teach (to make one learn))

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