|Part of Speech||verb, transitive|
|Tanema Equivalent||~kile, ~ao|
A-ko u-ka u-kila keba?Would you like to join us?
|Literally||marry each other|
|Syntactic Restriction||dual subject, reciprocal construction|
basavono pe da-tilu kape la-kila dawhen there is a wedding [lit. when two people follow/marry each other]
Totokale na, keba ba-kila keba.In that photo, we are getting married.
Bogo iamela pe ba-kila kela?Was it the day of your wedding? [lit. was it your day when you married each other]