L E P/Motion
bend, flex (A)
- The plant bends in the wind.
- She bent over the viperwolf.
- He bent the bow too far, so it broke.
cross (v.) (A)
- intersect, bisect
- A hexapede crossed my territory today.
- I hope our paths cross again.
raise, elevate, lift (B)
- She was asleep so I lifted her up and put her in the hammock.
- I raised my bow and took aim.
shake, tremble (A)
- The ikran shook its wings to get the water off.
- Shake a tree branch to get fruit to fall. (causative)
- Sky people shake when afraid.
- The plant turns towards the sun.
- She turned to me.
- She turned (trans) the ikran.
- Turn around is often a separate lexical item than just turn in general.
wrap, surround (A)
- He wrapped the cloth around her.
- The grass surrounded him.
float, hover (C)
limp, move with impairment (C)
- His horse limped after they ran too fast.
- I have limped ever since that day.
- When will we climb Iknimaya?
- He was climbing the tree, but fell off.
to jump (spä) ()
- Jake jumped from the top of the tree.
- Jake jumped on a pa'li.
- Is jumping onto something the same like jumping down? How about jumping up and down?
land (v.) (B)
- touch down after a jump
- might with tì- become "step"
to rise ()
- After he crashed on the ground, Jake rised again.
- Is rising from the ground the same like rising of a planet/sun (see: Physical world)?
- move on all fours
- from a vine, like Tarzan
trip (v.) (B)
- causing another person/animal to lose their balance
- I stumbled over a root
- including falling or not
lose hold, slip (B)
- different words for slipping with your hands or your feet
- like a heavy giant leaf compared to an elastic little branch
nimble, quick (B)
circle, move around (C)
- The thanator circled its prey