Example 61-7

Lo kuba yena lo into lo tina lima ka yena [...].
Lo
art
kuba
hoe
yena
it
lo
art
into
thing
lo
rel
tina
we
lim-a
plough-v
ka
ins
yena
it
[...].
[...]
A hoe is a thing that we plough with [...].

Comment:
The example has been shortened. The relative marker lo has high tone (and length) to distinguish it from the article lo. Both forms derive from the Zulu/Xhosa demonstrative lo.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
Adendorff 1995: 12