Ears

Ears -ahǫht-

 

ahǫhtaʼ                ears, ear

[ah-honh-tah-ah]

ahǫht-              feminine-zoic singular agent – it + noun root – ear

-aˀ                    noun suffi

 

tehahǫhtetsih       He has long ears (dog).

[teh-hah-honh-teh-tseeh]

te-                    dualic

-h-                    masculine singular agent – he

-ahǫht-             noun root – ear, ears

-ets-                 verb root – be long

-ih                    stative aspect

 

teyahǫhtandeyęh   My two ears are close together (said by a rabbit in a Narrative)

[teh-yah-honh-tan-deh-yenh]

te-                    dualic

-y-                    1st person singular agent – I

-ahǫht-             noun root – ear, ears

-a-                    joiner vowel

-ndey-              verb root – be close, joined

-ęh                   stative aspect

 

kwahǫhtaweyih   Her two ears are closed.  She is deaf.

[kwah-honh-tah-weh-yee]

kw-                  dualic

-ahǫht-             feminine-zoic singular agent – her, she + noun root – ear, ears

-a-                    joiner vowel

-wey-               verb root – be closed

-ih                    stative aspect

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