Morphemic form: *{guuq} (Combinations)
New orthography: +gooq, -rooq, -nngooq
Proto-eskimoic root: ŋu(C)uʀ
Morpheme type: Enclitic


Form and usage:

When this affix is added onto a consonant sound, apart from [q], it will both assimilate and nasalise the sound, yielding [ŋŋ] instead of the usual /kk/ by the fricative rule. On words ending in [q], /qg/ merge to [r] as usual.


Meaning Notes
he says that ...; it is said that ... This enclitic is often used in narration, and when reporting events, but it can also be used in questions. It is also often used when you ask someone to give your regards to someone else Examples