mita

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Etymology 1

Possibly from English meat, from Middle English mete, from Old English mete (“meat, food”), from Proto-West Germanic *mati, from Proto-Germanic *matiz (“food”), from Proto-Indo-European *meh₂d- (“to drip, ooze; grease, fat”). Cognate with West Frisian mete, Old Saxon meti, Old High German maz (“food”), Icelandic matr, Gothic 𐌼𐌰𐍄𐍃 (mats).

Noun

mita

  1. meat

Adjective

mita

  1. good
    Synonym: dada
    Antonym: gusha

Auxiliary

mita

  1. emphatic auxiliary
  2. good

Exclamation

mita

  1. (mosi ~) I'm happy!; very good!; amazing!; well done!; great!

Verb

mita (transitive)

  1. (rare) to be happy because of; to be happy as a result of

Conjugation

Conjugation of mita (transitive)
Realis Irrealis
Declarative Negative Immediate Emphatic Emphatic negative Imperative Optative Desiderative Jussive Interrogative
First person (singular) mi mita mi mita nye eleka mi mita mi mita mita mi mita mita nye - - mi muhe mita - mi mita dala
First person (plural) mimi mita mimi mita nye eleka mimi mita mimi mita mita mimi mita mita nye - - mimi muhe mita - mimi mita dala
Second person (singular) yo mita yo mita nye eleka yo mita yo mita mita yo mita mita nye mita yo mita yo muhe mita - ye mita dala*
Second person (plural) yoyo mita yoyo mita nye eleka yoyo mita yoyo mita mita yoyo mita mita nye mita yoyo mita yoyo muhe mita - yeye mita dala*
Third person mita mita nye eleka mita mita mita mita mita nye - mita muhe mita mita mita dala
  • *Absolutive pronouns ye/yeye must be used in interrogative mood.