Translation:Are we kissing cats?
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Līrigon is a vowel stem on I, which means it uses the elongated vowel ī for the second person singular (Y'all would be līrīt) and the first person plural. While this is also the case for vūjigon, don't assume the 2nd person singular and 1st person plural are the same. Look into the notes again to refresh your memory.