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Offline bsaiken

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Kame frapo
« on: February 16, 2010, 12:38:22 pm »
I want to use a phrase like "Kame frapo" in my greetings. 

Literally, it would man "See everyone", and what I mean is something like "See the true spirit in other people" - kind of along the lines of "Namaste" in sanscrit.

I don't mean "Oe-l Ngati Kamaie" = "I see you" - that's already done, of course.  This is the imperative form.

Can someone help with with the conjugation, word selection, etc?

Make a great bumpersticker, eh?

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Re: Kame frapo
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2010, 05:19:32 pm »
As an imperative, you'd just need to add an accusative -t(i) onto frapo.

That said you'll confuse people who'll think you've got "oel ngati kame ma frapo" wrong.
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