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たぼーり【給ぼーり・賜ぼーり】

 Ryukyu (Okinawa)

taboori [taboːɾi]

Definition

Imperative Verb

  1. Used after a verb or noun to request, pray or beg that something occurs or is rendered to oneself.
    1. あみたぼーり給ぼーり
      ami taboori
      "Please let it rain"
    2. しじかあてぃたぼーり【静かあてぃ給ぼーり
      shijika ati taboori
      "Please be quiet", "Please let me be in peace"

Etymology

Imperative form of the verb たぼーいん【給ぼーいん・賜ぼーいん】 tabooin "to be (given, granted)", itself cognate with the standard Japanese verb たまう【給う・賜う】 tamau (ibid.).

意味:ください【下さい】、たまえ【給え・賜え】、たまわれ【給われ・賜れ】、おねがいします【お願いします】

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