• Translationto prepare one’s matters or affairs, to make one’s affairs ready
    Part of speechverb base
    Semantic categoryeveryday life
    See also
    -hchondi-/-hchrondi-"to make or prepare something, to make it ready, to arrange it, to put it in order, to adjust it, to settle it, to decorate it, to adorn it"
    -ahchondi-"to get dressed, to prepare oneself, to adorn oneself"
    -rihwahchondi-"to settle, prepare a matter"
    yarihwa’"thing, matter"
Satrihwahchondiah![sat-rih-wah-CHON-ndiah]Prepare (2SG) your affairs! Get (2SG) your matters ready!
Chiatrihwahchondiahk.[chiat-rih-wah-CHON-ndiahk]You (2SG) prepare your affairs; you’re preparing your things, matters.
Yatrihwahchondiahk.[yat-rih-wah-CHON-ndiahk]I prepare my things; I’m preparing my things.
Conjugation Classa-radical
Verb Classactif avec conséquence
Morphological Analysis-at-rihw-a-hchondi-
Morphological Gloss-MID-affaire-LK-préparer-
Grammar Notes
Aspect MoodHabitualStativePerfectiveImpérativePurposive
Pronominal Prefixesagentpatientagentagent impératif
Approximate Translationpréparer ses affaires habituellement; être en train de préparer ses affairesavoir préparé ses affaires et il y a un effet au moment présentpréparer ses affaires à un moment précis donner l’ordre à quelqu’un de préparer ses affaires