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INFIN. GERUND I 2 qattala 'yeqettel yaqattel qattel qattelo qatilo I 3 qatala yeqatel yeqatel qatel qatelo qatilo II 1 aq'tala yaqatel yaq'tel aq'tel aq't'lo aq'tilo II 2 aqattala dqyettel yaqattel aqattel aqat'lo aqatilo II 3 aqatala yaqatel yaqatel aqatel aqat'lo aqatilo 1111 taqat'la yetqatal yetqatal taqatal taqat'lo taqatilo 1112 taqattala yetqettal yetqattal taqattal taqatt'lo taqattilo 1113 taqatala yetqatal yet'qatal taqatal taqat'lo taqatilo IVI astaq'tala yastaqetel yastaq'tel astaq'tel astaq'telo astaq'tilo IV2 astaqattala yastaqettel yastaqattel astaqattel astaqattelo astaqattilo IV3 astaqatala yastaqatel yastaqatel astaqatel astaqatelo astaqatilo (c) THE WEAK AND GUTIURAL VERBS IN GE'EZ There is a more extended array of weak and guttural verbs in the sister language: Ge'ez, than in Amharic.
AstasaNY, Gerund. 'astasaNyo. Here, then, we take leave of our sketch of the Amharic Verb, in comparison with Ethiopic. ·}'t>,,~ , ..... . ~ THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GRADUATE LIBRARY DATE DUE . ~NO Gh7' ;mit ~ :O1~ L : » .. ; . ,d • • ----• , - - • , • ". ':. \, ~ • • • , r '-. ,• ~ , " • .. ,.
The second group, Medially Weak; the third group, Finally Weak. (There are also a few "Doubly Weak" in which two of the three radicals are either--or both--of these weak letters, wa and ya, such as wadaya to accuse, dawaya, to be ill, hayawa to live. ) 1) Initially Weak. Perfect, walara to go into the field, Imperf. yewaler, Subjunc. yeweler, Imperat. weier, Infin. waftr, Gerund. waftro. 30 Caus. Reflex. Simple: Perf. 'asawefara, Imperf. yastawafer, Subjunc. yastawefer, Imperat. 'astawafer, Infin.
Aspects of the Amharic Verb in Comparison with Ethiopic by Herbert Pierrepont Houghton