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Some intransitive verbs have transitive analogs formed by doubling the final
consonant of the intransitive member:
- Ñà oodu (intr.) `run'
Ñ¥à oottu `cause to run; drive'
- Ìâ uudu (intr.) `blow'
Ì¢â uuttu `pour, cause to flow'
- Ìì uuru `ooze, flow'
Ì¢â (LT Ì±ì) `pour, squeeze'
- ÈÞ aahu `become'
È¡Þ aakku `cause to become, make (s.t. become s.t.)'
Such pairs are usually both Class III verbs.
Sat Nov 2 21:16:08 EST 1996