See also: sila, Sila, síla, silã, silā, and silă

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NavajoEdit

EtymologyEdit

si-(modal) + -Ø-(3rd person subject prefix) + -Ø-(classifier) + -lá (neuter perfective stem of root -LÁ, “to handle a slender flexible object”).

VerbEdit

silá

  1. it lies somewhere, is located somewhere (a slender flexible object as a rope, a chain, a belt)
  2. they lie around somewhere, are located somewhere (a pair of objects as shoes, socks, scissors)
  3. it lies somewhere, is located somewhere (object of unknown shape)

Usage notesEdit

This verb is semantically limited to expression in the third person and refers to a single item. For multiple items, use the verb naazlá.

This is a neuter verb that uses only the perfective stem.

ConjugationEdit

Paradigm: Neuter perfective (si), third person only.

See alsoEdit