Translation:Do not enter
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I do not understand when we are suppose to say You or y'all or You all and when we are not. I assumed there was an attempt to get you to realize when the command was singular or plural but now it just seems to be frustratingly capricious. Sorry, I know this is a rant and not a discussion topic but hopefully somebody with editing access reads this. I hate this topic for this reason and this reason only.
e is for singular, eni is for plural
From the notes:
The infix -si- is used alongside the subject prefix U- (singular) or M- (plural).
Only verbs that end in the suffix '-a' change to '-e'. Every other verb suffix else does not change
the monosyllabic verbs 'kuja', 'kula', 'kunywa', 'kufa' follow the first rule, as well as drop the 'ku-' prefix