The Noun Root for Path

Noun Root – Path, Road

ahahaˀ                   path, road

[ah-hah-hah-ah]

ahah-              feminine-zoic singular agent – it + noun root – path

-aˀ                    noun suffix

 

ahahaˀyeh            on the path, road

[ah-hah-hah-ah-yeh]

ahah-              feminine-zoic singular agent – it + noun root – path

-aˀyeh              external locative noun suffix

 

huhahǫnkyeˀ          He continues down a path, road

[hoo-hah-hon-kyeh-eh]

hu-                   masculine singular patient – he

-hah–               noun root – path, road

-ǫnky-              verb root – continue

-eˀ                    purposive aspect

 

sundahahǫkyeˀ      They (m|) are returning on a path.

[s-hoon-dah-hah-hon-kyeh-eh]

s-                     repetitive

-[h]und-           masculine plural patient – they (m)

-ahah-             noun root – path, road

-ǫky-                verb root – continue

-eˀ                    purposive aspect

 

wahęhteˀ              It bears a path.

[wah-henh-teh-eh]

w-                    ø

-ah–                 feminine-zoic singular agent – it + noun root – path

-ęhte-               verb root – bear

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

wahatakeˀah          It goes running down the road.

[wah-hah-tah-keh-eh-ah]

w-                    ø

-aha-               feminine-zoic singular agent – it + noun root – path

-take-               verb root – run

-ˀ-                     dislocative root suffix

-ah                   purposive aspect

 

ahahuwanęh        It is a large path, road

[ah-hah-hoo-wan-enh]

ahah-              feminine-zoic singular agent – it + noun root -path, road

-uwanę-           verb root – be large

-h                     stative aspect

 

 

 

 

 

 

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