dissu

High Lulani

(D;z)

/ˈdis.sʉ/

ambitransitive stem verb
to feel
Usage Notes

used for emotions and loves

usually used compounded

Thematic Relations

experiencer subject

stimulus dative

theme object

Example

ʔusu ba’u dissu ’ahati.

(.uz / bu / D;z / ahT.)

1int 2dat feel happiness.

“You make me happy.”

Derived Terms

dissu’ahati (D;zahT) to be happy

dissumalliju (D;zm;LY) to be happy

dissu’isili (D;ziSL) to be sad

dissusutti (D;zz;T) to be afraid

dissusamma (D;zs;m) to romantically love

dissu’ulanu (D;zulI) to be aroused

dissumici (D;zMC) to feel peace

abstract stem noun
youth; newness
Derived Terms

dissudanagi (D;zdnG) pardon

dissuri (D;zR) stranger

dis·sa (D;zs) young person

padissu (pD;z) to learn