To use quantifier-type words like "always", "everywhere", "never", and "sometimes", use a quantifier prefix and a type suffix.
ki: every- mɑ: most ze: some- li: few nu: no-
ji: place (-where) ti: time pi: person (-one) θi: case (used for place and time quantifiers when place and time aren't literal)
kiji= everywhere kipi= everyone nuti= never zeti= sometimes mɑθi= in most cases liθi= rarely liti= rarely (time being literal)
I'm not a fan of
Also, yes, I realize that these meanings can all already be reached using words like
Although actually, writing that I partially convinced myself I should look into that more.