to be left, to be abandoned; to be forgiven; to be permitted to do something [Hallanger 1973]
had, got, understood, permitted, can, may. It is used before any passive or relative verb, in the sense of can or may, as: azo atao, May be done. It also takes the place of our English -able, and -ible in making words into adjectives, as azo hanina, edible. [Richardson 1885]
azo atao
it can be done; it is permitted [Hallanger 1973]
willing; fit suitable; permitted [Hallanger 1973]