-tecotekovsfx1unknown verb suffixtypically on a complement clause that expresses a desired outcome, like 'would that'. Examples in the Arte, f8 suggest a present tense relative clause 'the one who Vs'Confident2before -tacu in comparativesIn this sense, -teco seems to be the same as the sequence -ta-hecoConfident3relative clause (indef)In this sense, this seems like an indefinite counterpart to the more common -te...ma sequence on relative clauses. It often occurs near the existential nahi, with a sense like 'Does a person who ... exist?' or 'Is there a person who...' Confident

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