Verbs such as いる, おく, しまう, and つづく which can follow the て-form of another word. Called 補助動詞(ほじょどうし) in Japanese. Sometimes also used to describe 助動詞(じょどうし), which are conjugatable function words such as ない and ます.

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Is 来おった the 連用形{れんようけい} of くる plus おる → おった?

I came across the following dialogue, which occurs right as the hero arrives: 「やっと来おったか。」 I'm not sure how to parse 来おった. Is it 来{き} + 居{お}る? If so, what exactly does this form mean? Do other ...
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Meaning of auxiliary ゆく/いく in this context

While translating a song, I've stumbled upon the following sentence: 落ちた希望を拾って明日に繋いでゆけば Which got me wondering what the difference between the following two is: 落ちた希望を拾って明日に繋いでゆけば ...