1. creates a relationship between the subject and object of a transitive verb 2. to feel or express an emotion towards someone 3. to have: used frequently to express relationships

Morphological Variations
Morphology Notes
-gi- is used after stems that end in t-, k- or a vowel.
-ri- is used after stems that end in q-

This affix deletes the final k- or q- of stems to which it is added;
After stems ending in t- an -i- is inserted between the stem and the affix.

added to a verb, followed by a verb ending