Type 3 noun suffixes, these suffixes show how sure the speaker is about what is being said.
-chu' clearly, perfectly
jIyajchu' I understand clearly (yaj understand)
baHchu' he/she fired (the torpedo) perfectly (baH fire [a torpedo])
-bej certainly, undoubtedly
chImbej it is undoubtedly empty (chIm be empty)
nuSeHbej he/she is certainly controlling us (SeH control)
-law' seemingly, apparently
chImlaw' it appears to be empty (chIm be empty)
nuSeHlaw' he/she seems to be controlling us (SeH control)
This suffix expresses any uncertainty on the speaker's part and may even be thought of as meaning I think or I suspect. Thus, the previous two sentences could be translated I think it's empty, I suspect that he/she is controlling us.
This suffix is used when the speaker thinks that his or her assertion should be obvious to the listener. Nevertheless, there is still room for doubt; the suffix does not imply as strong a conviction as -bej certainly.
nepwI' Daba' he/she is obviously lying (nepwI' liar, Da act in the manner of, behave as)