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¹Ô is usually
used in addressing small male children and close male friends that are younger
than the speaker. When the stem ends in a vowel, the Ç a is
deleted. (Remember that these are non-polite forms.) For
addressing female children and close female friends -Ý may be used.
Ø½Ô¹Ô poodaa `run along, get lost, kid! '
Sat Nov 2 21:16:08 EST 1996