|Part of Speech:||term noun verb|
|Glosses:||hope, hopeful, hopefully|
The term 'hop' is borrowed from English and means 'hope'. It has significant overlap with 'jusal', 'want', and can be used much the same way as a verb, but as a noun has a sense more along the lines of the ability to wish for something positive, much like the English word. It is more often used as a noun. The modifier form 'hopys' means 'hopeful' or 'hopefully' and is a popular rhetorical device.