|Part of Speech||verb, intransitive|
|Encyclopedic Info||Anth: You typically swear on the life of your cross-cousin (leka).|
Dapa li-le ne ene tae, ka ene ni-aptei ñe lek’ one.They were not believing me, so I swore on my cross-cousin's life.
Ni-romo lek’ one emele tae. – Pe i-kae? – Pe ni-ovei pe ni-aptei ñei.I can't have any eye contact with my female cross-cousin. – Why so? – Because she's the one I can swear on.