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Etymology 1

Possibly from Ancient Greek μῦθος (mûthos, “word, humour, companion, speech, account, rumour, fable”). Cognates include Latin mythos, Spanish mito, Italian mito, and Portugese mito.


mito (intransitive)

  1. to know


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