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- to read
- Qqareɣ adlis.
- I'm reading a book.
- to study
- Teɣra taεrabt.
- She studied Arabic.
- to call
- Qqaren-yas Kamal.
- His name is Kamal.
- (literally, “They call him Kamal.”)
- The intensive aorist is also found with the stem -ɣɣar- instead of -qqar-, especially when used to mean "call".
- The intensive aorist of this verb can be suppleted into the paradigm of ini (“to say”).
- The verb, when used as an introduction to a person's name, is inflected in the third-person plural masculine, and the person being named incurs the corresponding indirect object affix on the verb.
- Blažek, Václav (2014), "Phoenician/Punic Loans in Berber Languages and Their Role in Chronology of Berber", Folia Orientalia, Vol. 51, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.