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" In one use, it denotes that the action of the verb to which it is joined is dependent upon some condition, expressed or implied. "
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb - Page 54
by William Watson Goodwin - 1875 - 264 pages
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A Grammar of the Kaffir Language

William Jafferd Davis - Kafir language (Bantu) - 1872 - 183 pages
...verb. (Sec. vi., 9, (1.) OF UKUMANA. 5. UKUMANA is the reciprocal form of the verb Ukuma, To stand. It denotes that the action of the verb to which it is prefixed is continuous in its operation. (1.) It is used as a Regular verb, as far as Tense forms are...
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A Grammar of the Japanese Written Language

William George Aston - Japanese language - 1904 - 198 pages
...praising things. The following particles are found in conjunction with verbs only. Tsutsu indicates that the action of the verb to which it is joined is simultaneous with that of the verb following. When tsutsu occurs at the end of a sentence, as it often...
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