Lî'ñgua xAldâ'ñgAñ q!ô'
Why is it | your slave | close by,
Hao dâ îlgîyâ'gAñAñ dâ sûkû'djiwañ?
You | want something you cannot get, | you | say?
DAñ qô'naga kûdjû'geda qâñ
You | are too foolish, | my uncle I | bore.
Why do you cry for something that you cannot get,
Sitting close by your slave? 2
You are very foolish, uncle I bore.
41:2 The mother calls herself the child's "slave" in jest. An "uncle" is reborn in the child.