ʔý motion
Here we examine ʔý and how words are formed using it.
The examples below show how the basic motion is more particularly described.
ʔý-no
motion- generalized linear motion in unspecified direction, move along
ʔýnon
go, go along, go upstream
ʔý
motion
-no
go
-n
verb.​final

ʔýnos
I’ll go, let me go.
ʔý
motion
-no
move.​along
-s
emphasis

ʔýnopè
one who goes along
ʔý
motion
-no
linear.​motion
-pè
conditional

ʔý-k'oj
motion- move away from in an unspecified direction; unable, incapable of, fail to
In these examples we see an command (linguists call them imperatives) and a cautionary statement that we cover in the lesson on negatives.
ʔýk’oj!
go away
ʔý
motion
-k’oj!
move.​away

ʔýk’ojme:pỳ
ʔý
motion
-k’oj
move.​away
-me:
negative
-pỳ
encourage

ʔý-toto
motion- (go).about, (go).around As a LD locative directional
ʔýtòton
ʔý
motion
-tòto
-n
verb.​final

ʔý-jeH
motion- 'continuous motion in an unspecified direction, come (hither) without implication as to goal' In constituency with the empty prefix ʔý, -jeH reflects continuous action over a period of time.
ʔýjeh
continuative, come hither
ʔý
motion
-jeh
continuous.​motion

ʔý-siP
motion- (move) out, outward, out of and upward, uphill
ʔỳsíppa!
Get out!
ʔỳ
motion
-síp
outward
-pa!
dual

ʔý-c'o
motion- over, over edge of
ʔýc’opi:(N)n
come over (a hill) toward here (two directionals)
ʔý
motion
-c’o
over
-pi:(N)
toward
-n
verb.​final

ʔý-immoto
motion- together; move together, around, circle, about
ʔýmmoton
circle, go around
ʔý
motion
-mmoto
-n
verb.​final

ʔý-kiT
motion- down, downward, usually vertically
ʔýkitmè:nsa
He didn't climb down (from the tree).
ʔý
motion
-kit
downward
-mè:n
negative
-sa
past

ʔý-piN
motion- move out of and toward
ʔýmpintòn