have as home

Have as home  -ǫndaǫ-

 

ayǫndaǫh                       I had it as my home.

[ah-yon-dah-onh]

a-                                 factual

-y-                                1st person singular – I

-ǫndaǫ-                        verb root – have as home

-h                                 punctual aspect

 

rǫndaǫʼ                          He has as home.

[ron-dah-on-on]

r-                                  masculine singular agent – he

-ǫndaǫ-                        verb root – have as home

-ˀ                                  stative aspect

 

 

etrǫndaǫˀ                      Where he has his home.

[eh-tron-dah-on-on]

et-                                cislocative – where

-r-                                masculine singular agent – he

-ǫndaǫ-                        verb root – have as home

-ˀ                                  stative aspect

 

unduˀmęh        ekyǫndaǫˀ                    Where her mother has her home.

her mother       where she has a home

 

unduˀmęh              She is mother to her, her mother.

[oon-doo-oo-menh]

u-                     feminine-zoic singular agent + feminine-zoic singular patient – she – her

-nduˀmę-          verb root – be mother to

-h                     stative aspect

 

ekyǫndaǫˀ            Where she has a home.

[eh-kyon-dah-on-on]

eky-                 cislocative – where

-ǫndaǫ-            feminine-zoic singular agent – she +verb root – have as home

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

henǫndaǫˀ             They (m) have as home.

[hen-on-dah-on-on]

hen-                 masculine plural agent -they (m)

-ǫndaǫ-            verb root – have as home

-ˀ                      stative aspect

hnǫndaǫˀ              They two (m) have as home.

[h-non-dah-on-on]

hn-                   masculine dual agent – they two )m)

-ǫndaǫ-            verb root – have as home

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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