|Ha||Beside, next to|
|Bi||Beside, but not directly next to. Implying an object or some distance is between the two things|
|Vu||Below, directly below, hanging from|
|Yu||Below, with an object or distance seperating|
|Fa||On top of|
|Ma||Directly in front of|
|Be||In front of, with distance or an object sepearting|
|Fi||Behind with distance or an object between|
Examples of Ha/Bi:
Po okoko ha okoko eino kuala obani.
Inside House beside house 1S-POSS equals neighbor.
In the house next to mine is my neighbor.
Po okoko bi okoko eino kuala obani.
Inside house beside-with-something-separating 1S-POSS equals neighbor.
In the house down the street from mine is my neighbor.
Bi could mean the house is two doors down, across the street or down the street.
Po okoko bi okoko eino ukuala obani.
Inside okoko far-from house 1S-POSS NEG-equals neighbor.
The people in the house far from me are not my neighbors.
This use of bi implies the other house is very far from the speaker's house, too far to be neighbors.