trick, trickster

Trick, Harm, Injure:  -erǫ–   

 

This verb does not incorporate nouns.

 

ahahšerǫʼ             He tricked you (s).

[ah-hah-seh-ron-on]

a-                     factual

-haš-                masculine singular agent + 2nd person singular patient – he – you

-erǫ-                 verb root – trick, harm, injure

-ˀ                      punctual aspect

 

ahuwerǫʼ              He harmed, injured him.

[ah-hoo-weh-ron-on]

a-                     factual

-huw-               masculine singular agent + masculine singular patient – he – him

-erǫ-                 verb root – trick, harm, injure

-ˀ                      punctual aspect

 

sayuwerǫhs           He tricks them, people (ind) often. He is a trickster.

[sah-yoo-weh-ronhs]

sayuw-             masculine singular agent + indefinite patient – he – them

-erǫ-                 verb root – trick, harm, injure

-hs                   habitual aspect

 

hǫkyerǫnǫnyǫhs   They play tricks, amuse many times.

[hon-kyeh-ron-non-yonhs]

hǫ-                   masculine plural agent – they (m)

-ky-                  semi-reflexive voice

-erǫn-               verb root – play tricks

-ǫnyǫ-              distributive root suffix

-hs                   habitual aspect

 

 

 

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