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Another group includes verbs such as MINEMA 'go' and OLEMA 'be', which exhibit suppletion and other irregularities.
This pattern is shown by the infinitive and gerund forms of TAPMA 'kill', SAATMA 'send', MINEMA 'go' and NAGEMA 'see'.
But even in this miniscule class, the correlation does not hold with any generality, as MINEMA 'go' (which has the infinitive 'minna) has suppletive forms such as 1sg past laksin.