~makoe be broken, in two pieces

Part of Speech verb, intransitive
Phonetic Form (i·)makoe
Reduplication Form(s) ~mamakoe
    • be broken, in two pieces
      • Example 886:
        Ije ene i-makoe.
        I have a broken tooth.
      • Example 1513:
        Tepao 'naka i-makoe, kape ne-makui ñe metae.
        My fishing gun is broken, I can't use it for fishing.

Related entries

  • See also:
    • ~arevo break into pieces, shatter, destroy ‹s.th.›
    • ~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+
    • ~tawoe be torn, be damaged
  • Subentry:
    • ~mamakoe be broken into many pieces, be shattered