Here is a very useful Frisian verb: BERINNE. Stress is on the second syllable. [buh-RIHN-uh]. One of the the meanings is "to achieve" or "to amount to." Another meaning is "to overwhelm." The noun BERIN (stress on the second syllable)--[buh-RIHN]-- means "course" or "slope" (as of a sea-dike).
HY KIN DAT EIN NET BERINNE - he cannot achieve that end.
[HIGH KIHN DAWT IGHn NET buh-RIHN-hun]
DE PINE BERINT MY - the pain overwhelms me
[duh- PEE-nuh buh-RIHNT MIGH]
IT MOAT SYN BERIN HAWWE - it must have its course... it cannot be forced or rushed.
[UHT MAWT SEEN buh-RIHN HAHV-vuh]
IT RJOCHT SIL SYN BERIN HAWWE - the law (what is right) must have its way.
[UHT RYAWkht SIHL SEEN buh-RIHN HAHV-vuh]