Spear (A generic classifier, used for types of spears, spear parts and for some trees which are important in spear industry.)
The generic term for any kind of spear: keka "spear (any type)."
The spear generic classifier preceding the names of specific types of spears: keka pitha, "wire spear", in which keka is the classifier and pitha is the specific name for the type of spear. (Examples: keka kaaya, bunched stingray spear; keka kunchan, porcupine spear, gravel spear, bottle spear; keka lonthitha, spear sp.; keka manathaya (Wika 'Aya), spear sp.; keka okanchi, four-pronged man spear; keka oyokom, wallaby spear; keka panki, bullet spear; keka pitha, wire spear sp.; keka thu'u(33.4 KB .wav file), bunched porcupine spear; keka yikan, wallaby spear sp.
The spear generic classifier preceding the names of spear parts: keka ngalapi "spear rod," keka thu'u (33.4 KB .wav file) "spear hook," keka yaparra, "spear point."
The spear generic classifier preceding the names of specific tree species that are regularly used in spear industry: keka ngalapi "spear rod tree".
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