More still? You bet

Supine is indicating what purpose a verb was done for in the sense of another verb.


Supine comes in a few forms

Adjective which is when adjective participle form is used on the bare root, it describes what purpose something serves

Välëñyña Gsamvoyyf = Display window, Window with the purpose of being seen

Verbal describes more the purpose of a verb and is hence the true Supine form


Like so much in umbrean Supine is marked by ending on the verb which differ depends on its gender and is placed in the position of postpositions

Unlike normal verb these cannot take personal agreement and hence persons must be placed out

Anian novignu oovinösikhsi = I walked to punch him

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