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> > mi'e goran. .i mi caki nanca lirepapisu'o .i le kerfa .e le kanla vu'o
> > po'e mi manbu'e
> What does {vuo} mean there? I'd have expected {zie}. Or maybe
> {kanlvuo}, ocularly-ukrainian?

Sorry. I keep on using an out of date maoste. Of course {vuo} makes
perfect snese and {zie} none at all.

On the subject of {vuo}, is there a way to get:

  by e [dy e gy vou ne zy]

? Will it work if one resorts to

  by e ke dy e gy vou ne zy kee

? And if that will work, must one resort to it?