hill, mountain

Hill, Mountain -nǫt-

 

ǫnǫtaʼ                   hill, mountain

[on-non-tah-ah]

ǫ-                     feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-nǫt-                 noun root – hill, mountain

-aˀ                    noun suffix

 

ekyǫnǫtateʼ             Where there is a hill, mountain.

[eh-kyon-non-tah-teh-eh

eky-                 cislocative – where

-nǫt-                 noun root – hill, mountain

-aˀ                    joiner vowel

-te-                   verb root – exist

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

ekyǫnǫtaterunǫh People of where there is a mountain, hill. (name for the Petun                                 ancestors of the Wyandot, who lived in the Blue Mountain area)

[eh-kyon-on-tah-teh-roo-nonh]

eky-                 cislocative – where

-nǫt-                 noun root – hill, mountain

-aˀ                    joiner vowel

-te-                   verb root – exist

-runǫ-              populative root suffix

-h                     stative aspect

 

kyunǫtuyęh           It is between two mountains, a valley.

[kyoo-non-too-yenh]

ky-                   dualic

-u-                    feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-nǫt-                 noun root – hill, mountain

-uyę-                verb root – split

-h                     stative aspect

 

unǫtayaręreˀ          A hill is slanted, the side of a hill

[oo-non-tah-yah-ren-reh-eh]

u-                     feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-nǫt-                 noun root – hill, mountain

-a-                    joiner vowel

-yaręre-            verb root – be slanted

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

kyunǫtut              where a  hill stands

[kyoo-non-toot]

ky-                   cislocative – where

-u-                    feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-nǫt-                 noun root – hill, mountain

-ut                    verb root – stand + stative aspect

 

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