Example 27-20

wā(so); (a)wapi; api, ape; waple
wā(so);
where(so)
(a)w-api;
where-where
api,
where
ape;
where
wa-ple
what-place
where
Comment:
So is not considered to make the word a compound, for it can also be attached to how(ho,hu), here(hi) and there(daa), adding only emphasis, not its own meaning. Of these five, wapi, consisting of wa 'where' and api 'where', and waple (lit. 'what place') are compounds.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
De Josselin de Jong 1926: 66