Ad. izindi adj. “straight, right, true” (Category: Straight)
An adjective glossed “straight” (SD/247), “right” (VT24/12) and “true” (SD/427), the last of these in the compound izindu-bêth “true-sayer”. This final example is interesting, because the adjective izindi is declined into the objective case.
Conceptual Development: In its first appearance (SD/312), the form of this adjective was ezendi, an impossible form in the later phonetic rules of Lowdham’s Report, since Adûnaic only allowed the long vowel [ē] (SD/423).
References ✧ SD/247, 312, 427; VT24/12
|izindu||objective; adjective-in-objective||“true”||✧ SD/427|