~ago1 spear ‹fish+› / shoot ‹s.o., s.th.› using bow [...]

Part of Speech verb, transitive
Phonetic Form (i·)aᵑgo
    • spear ‹fish+›
    • (Part of) Synonym (for)
      • Example 108:
        Ni-ago namuko i-kovi.
        I speared a fish but it escaped.
    • shoot ‹s.o., s.th.› using bow (visone) and arrow (puro)
    • (Part of) Synonym (for)
      • Example 109:
        La-le lai-ago telupe?
        Shall we go pigeon-hunting?
      • Example 110:
        Basavono po le-ko li-ago idi, li-katei puro i-ke ka li-ago.
        When you want to shoot someone, you draw out an arrow and shoot.

Related entries

  • Heterosemes:
    • ~ago2 strike (s.o., s.th.: ñe) using a long object
  • See also:
    • ~abu3 hit, strike ‹s.th., s.o.›, typic. with o.'s hands / have an impact upon ‹s.th., s.o.›, affect / play ‹musical instrument› using hands / kill, slay, murder ‹s.o.› / kill ‹animal›, hence hunt, fish+
    • ~oma fish or forage for seafood
    • ~sali1 release ‹s.th. which was blocked or tense›, let go of / untie, release ‹s.th.› / shoot ‹gun, tekipa› by releasing the trigger