lend, borrow

Borrow, lend -ędih-

 

hundihęh                       He has borrowed it.

[hoon-dee-henh]

hu-                               masculine singular patient -he

-ndih-                           verb root – borrow

-ęh                               stative aspect

 

sędihahša                        Go borrow it.

[sen-dee-hah-sheh]

s-                                 imperative + 2nd person singular agent – you (s)

-ędiha-                         verb root – borrow

-hš-                              dislocative root suffix

-a                                 imperative aspect

 

aʼmędihaʼ                       She borrowed it (female name).

[ah-ah-men-dee-hah-ah]

aˀm-                             factual

-ędih-                           feminine-zoic singular agent – she – verb root – borrow

-aˀ                                punctual aspect

 

ayǫdihahtę                     I lent it to you.

[ah-yon-dee-hah-ten]

a-                                 factual

-yǫ-                              1st person singular agent + 2nd person singular patient – I – you

-diha-                           verb root – to lend, borrow

-ht-                              causative root suffix

-ę                                 dative root suffix + punctual aspect

 

Tayędihahtę                  Lend it to me.

[tah-yen-dee-hah-ten]

t-                                  imperative

-ay-                              1st person singular patient – me

-ędiha-                         verb root – lend, borrow

-ht-                              causative root suffix

-ę                                 dative root suffix + imperative aspect

 

 

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