chitacotʃitakotʃitako1interrogquiénwhoChitaco intecho?Quien eres? | Who are you?Arte, f141Iesu Christo ano hamimilecono chitaconte?Quien es Iesu Christo nuestro Señor?1612 Cat 1.1Caqi mandacumelenoma chitaco emoqua ecata na ine?Who breaks this commandment1612 Cat 1.1Arte f141 Plural forms like chitacocare make it seem that /ko/ is part of the root, rather than the -co suffix. When the following verb is ini 'be', the interrogative and copula often form a single word in the orthography. Many examples at Arte 67Confident2proanyone, no oneArte f141 Plural forms like chitacocare make it seem that /ko/ is part of the root, rather than the -co suffix. When the following verb is ini 'be', the interrogative and copula often form a single word in the orthography. Many examples at Arte 67Confident3prono onechicacotacotàco

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