having a cold

Having a Cold

 

Cough  -asayaht-

 

aʼasayaht             She coughed.

[ah-ah-sah-yaht]

aˀ-                    factual

-asayaht-        feminine-zoic singular agent – she + verb root – cough + punctual                                            aspect

 

Sneeze -atsǫt-

 

tehatsǫt                He will sneeze (du).

[teh-hah-tsont]

t-                      dualic

-e-                    future

-h-                    masculine singular agent – he

-atsǫt                verb root – sneeze + punctual aspect

 

Have pain, be sore, be sick –nǫma-

 

ayeyętsanǫmandih I have pain in my forehead, a headache.

[ah-yeh-yen-tsah-nom-an-deeh]

aye-                 1st person singular patient – I

-yęts-               noun root – forehead

-a-                    joiner vowel

-nǫma-             verb root – be in pain

-ndi-                 inchoative root suffix

-h                     stative aspect

 

ayęngyahtanǫmandih      I have pain in my throat, a sore throat.

[ah-yen-gyah-tan-non-man-deeh]

ayę-                 1st person singular patient – I

-ngyaht-           noun root – throat

-a-                    joiner vowel

-nǫma-             verb root – be in pain

-ndi-                 inchoative root suffix

-h                     stative aspect

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

choke, have something caught in the throat -asti-

 

sastih                    You are choking.  You have something caught in your throat.

[sah-steeh]

s-                     2nd person singular patient – you

-asti-                verb root – choke, have something caught in the throat

-h                     stative aspect

 

 

Be hot – -aˀtarih-

 

huaˀtaˀtarihati        He has a hot body, has a fever.

[hoo-ah-ah-tah-ah-tah-ree-hah-tee]

hu-                   masculine singular patient – he

-aˀt-                  noun root – body

-aˀtarih-            verb root – be hot

-at-                   causative root suffix

-i                      stative aspect

 

 

 

 

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