Conjunctions in Hanian can at times be fun. This is true with the few words used to say and; used to combine concepts together with each other in a sentence. In Hanian ke is a base. It’s used as a combiner, meaning to add without applying force, energy or effort. If one isn’t sure which one to use, simply use ke.
ke – “and else”; used as conventional and – [ke]
kez – and second, and also; used for groups as connection [kez]
* husband and wife; planet and moon – all groups regardless of equal or non equal.
kead – and now, and immediately, and this time [ke ; ad]
dauken – and then, and after [dau ; ken]
kenar – now and then, now this and then that, now and later [ke ; nar]
ekeva – and / or [e ; ke ; va]
* do both / all, or this is the result; also used as an “and do, or get out of the way”
this is rude.
ekez – and / or also [e ; kez]
*this is kind of to say you can have either or, but you can also choose both.