bones

Bones-ʼnę-

 

Notice than all of these noun roots takes the feminine-zoic singular patient pronominal prefix.  This is common with noun roots signifying body parts.

 

uʼnęaʼ                            bone, bones

[oo-oo-nen-ah-ah]

u-                                 feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-ˀnę-                             noun root – bone, bones

-aˀ                                noun suffix

 

Bone joint (joining point) -hstǫtra- 

 

uhstǫtraʼ                        bone joint, joining place of two bones

[ooh-ston-rah-ah]

u-                                 feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-hstǫtr-                         noun root – bone joint

-aˀ                                noun suffix

 

Bone marrow  -stahǫr-

 

ustahǫraˀ                       bone marrow

[oo-stah-hon-rah-ah]

u-                                 feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-stahǫr-                        noun root – bone marrow

-aˀ                                noun suffix

 

Backbone, spine -haęhš      

 

uhaęhšaˀ                        spine, backbone

[oo-hah-enh-shah-ah]

u-                                 feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-haęhš-                         noun root – backbone, spine

-aˀ                                noun suffix

 

 

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