Days of the Week

Days of the Week

Monday

sayuˀngyandihtęˀ One would again be caused to experience a long time, to work.

[sah-yoon-gyan-dee-ten-en]

s-                                 repetitive ‘again’

-ay-                              optative  ‘would’

-ˀngyandi-                   verb root ‘to be a long time’

-ht-                               causative root suffix ‘cause’

-ęˀ                                punctual aspect

 

Tuesday

teˀndih sayuˀngyandihtęˀ

It would be the second time one would again be caused to                  work, to experience a long time.

Wednesday

ahšęhk sayuˀngyandihtęˀ

It would be the third time one would again be caused to                          work, to experience a long time.

Thursday

ndahk sayuˀngyandihtęˀ

It would be the fourth time one would again be caused to                    work

Friday

uwiš sayuˀngyandihtęˀ

It would be the fifth time one would again be caused to                          work

Saturday

ǫdae ąˀrąˀ sayuˀngyandihtęˀ yehę

It would be the last time one would again be  caused to work.

ǫdaeˀ                              that

[on-dah-eh-eh]

ąˀrą                                 only

sayuˀngyandihtęˀ             One would again be caused to work

yehę                               it was

Sunday

ętatuyehtih                    It is a sacred day.

[en-tah-tu-yeh-teeh]

ęt-    feminine-zoic singular agent ‘it’ + noun root ‘day’

-a-        noun suffix

-tuye-   verb root ‘to be straight, designated, sacred’

-t-         causative root suffix

-h         stative aspect

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