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eLledisa completive part of speech; it signals when something has been completed, often occurring at the end of a clause or phrase
e-Hdisa verbal marker, barely discernible, that may be spoken before some verbs in a discourse; it often introduces the idea of a future or contingent relationship in the following clause; it is believed to mark an indefinite situation as in the future and conditional tensesWvú nu ke eboo eyɛne ŋgɛw.She will give birth and then be seeing suffering.