Tene setowa wudu cumu ŋedane, sedetoda Nuwu bede wudune.
This is the story of a man, he had the name Nuwu.
In the second clause, a more literal translation would be 'he was Nuwu by name'.
This sentence is part of Setowa Wudu Nuwu Ŋedane (The Story of Nuwu).
Subject Phrases (A, S, CS) are double underlined.
Object Phrases (O, CC) are single underlined.
Peripheral Phrases are dashed.
Verb Phrases are unmarked.
Clauses are set off by vertical lines.