Spanish: Esos animales tuyos están con hambre / tienen hambre.
Note that sequence of ese ma nimá is fixed, that is, it cannot be ma ese nimá (alternatively, it could, however, be ma nimá ese, a construction that is common in Palenquero).
A-ta harocho above is a good example where the segmentation (and exact interpretation) of[a'ta] is in question. That is: is this really a bimorphemic unit (in which case the inital a- carries a function), or is it perhaps a monomorphemic unit, i.e. [a'ta]? Note that, in many cases, expressions like a-ta harocho are simply rendered without the a- as in ta harocho.