Example: Xe’la’ovik sdiditu’het’ny hakim.
(1S-PST-eat pomegranate-PL all)
I ate all the pomegranates.
Hakim is a strange word. It is one of the early words. It was created before I discovered NationStates. However, ‘hakim is a rather recent derivation. Since hakim means “all of”, “everything of”, ‘hakim means “to complete”. As such it is different from ‘uta since ‘uta would be used for activities and ‘hakim for objects. So you ‘hakim the puzzle but you ‘uta doing your homework.