Author Archives: John Steckley

Farm Animals

Farm Animals   Animal                                    Wyandot Name   chicken                                   kwehsęˀ [kweh-sen-en]   rooster                          … Continue reading

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Domestic Animals

  Domestic Animals   -senę– – be a domestic animal of   ayesęnˀąh   It is my domestic animal, my pet. [ah-yeh-sen-en-anh] aye-     feminine-zoic singular agent + 1st person singular patient  – it – my –senę-  verb root – be a … Continue reading

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Two Generation in-laws

Parents- and Children-in law   Have as Son-in-Law: -nęma-    henęmąˀ               I have him as son-in-law.  He is my son-in-law. [heh-nen-man-an] he-                   1st person singular agent + masculine singular patient – I – him -nęmą-             verb root – have … Continue reading

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In-Laws – Same Generation

In-laws Same Generation   Be brothers-in-law (dual or plural) -akyu-    hǫkyuh       They (p) are brothers-in-la)w, his brothers-in-law. [hon-kyooh] hǫ-       masculine plural agent – they (m) -kyu-    verb root – be brothers-in-law -h         stative aspect   kyakyuh     We two (n) … Continue reading

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