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To surpass: hesho
[(Aux) Verb: "hesho" (Neg) CP–S]
To compare two things, such as in height or in beauty, we state it this way: ObjectA is tall, ObjectB is tall, ObjectA surpasses.
|Bíi íthi yu wa. Íthi mi. Hesho mi.||The leaf is higher than the fruit.||The fruit is high. The leaf is high. The leaf surpasses.||Amberwind's lesson 50 |
|Bíi mehíya rul i zhub wa. Hesho zhub.||The insect is smaller than a cat.||A cat and the insect are small. The insect surpasses.||Amberwind's lesson 50 |
|Bíi melaya mi i mahina wi; báa hesho mahina?||Is the flower redder than the leaf?||The leaf and the flower are red (obviously); does the flower surpass?||Amberwind's lesson 50 |
|Bíi melaya mi i mahina wi; hesho bebáa?||Which is redder, the flower or the leaf?||The leaf and the flower are red (obviously); what surpasses?||Amberwind's lesson 50 |