This is the alternative I mentioned to ‘kihjune. Water can just as well ‘jene as it can ‘kihjune. The nouns do behave differently though. While jene’het is anything which flows, jene’tan means flow (of water of a similar liquid, the mental state is letena’tan) or metaphorically: (natural and predictable) change.
There are some derived words:
‘jeneseve: to influence (‘seve means ‘to use’)
jeneseve: influential, strong (medicine, chemical, poison, glasses, etc.)
There is a spoken example sentence from yesterday, which illustrates the usage and can also be used as a proverb for the fact that change is inevitable. All example sentences, I can think of are very similar, so please scroll down for it. 🙂