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-ǫky-

This is used when a noun root is incorporated.

 

taeaˀtǫkyeˀ           Someone is coming.

[tah-eh-ah-ah-ton-kyeh-eh]

t-                      dualic

-a-                    factual

-e-                    indefinite agent – someone

-aˀt-                  noun root – body

-ǫky-               verb root – continue

-eˀ                    purposive aspect

 

huhahǫnkyeˀ        He continues down a path.

[hoo-hah-hon-kyeh-eh]

hu-                   masculine singular patient – he

-hah-                noun root – path

-ǫnky-             verb root – continue

-eˀ                    purposive aspect

 

sundahahǫkyeˀ      They (m) are returning on a path.

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

s-                     repetitive

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

-ahah-              noun root – path

-ǫky-               verb root – continue

-eˀ                    purposive aspect

 

kandaǫkyeˀ           (It is) where a river continues.

[kan-dah-on-kyeh-eh]

-k-                    cislocative

-a-                    feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-nda-                noun root – river

-ǫky-               verb root – continue

-eˀ                    purposive aspect

 

tuh       kąndaǫkyeˀ                              nę        aˀkižažaˀ

there    where a river continues           now     they two (f) crossed it

 

ewayehaęˀšǫkyehtih        It is continuing down my spine.

[eh-wah-yeh-hah-en-en-shon-kyeh-teeh]

ew-                              translocative – away

-aye-                            1st person singular patient – my

-haęˀš-                          noun root – spine

-ǫkye-                          verb root – continue

-ht-                               causative root suffix

-ih                                stative aspect

 

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