|dullo=A=O||A know of, learn O; A know, learn that CoCl|
|auxiliary V-dullo||be able to V|
|dullo-dullo=A=O||A can learn O/CoCl|
Dullo means ‘know’. It can also mean ‘teach’ with causative auxiliaries. Its object can be a full complement clause (CoCl) rather than a noun phrase. Dullo’s complement clause is not marked by any sort of marker.
Dullo comes from an obsolete noun dunu ‘eyes’ and the obsolete particle lo ‘up to’.
[#103] Bodo teneto takataka yana yedi, bodo kadde-deye-dullo dodu mede banape noyeke yeleke.
[#7] Tenewa dullo-wolami.