draw, pull and attract

Draw, Pull, Attract atirǫˀt-

tahaaˀtatirǫˀtęˀ        He (just) drew, pulled her out.

[tah-hah-ah-tee-ron-on-ten-en]

t-                      dualic

-a-                    factual

-ha-                  masculine singular agent + feminine-zoic singular patient – he – her

-aˀt-                  noun root – body

-atirǫˀt–           verb root – draw, pull

ęˀ                     punctual aspect

 

nę        tahatirǫtęˀ                     de        hunęˀaˀye                     He pulled on the hair on his head.

now     he pulled, drew it        the       on the hair on his head

tahatirǫtęˀ            He pulled on it.

[tah-hah-tee-ron-ten-en]

t-                      dualic

-a-                    factual

-h-                    masculine singular agent – he

-atirǫt-            verb root – draw, pull

-ęˀ                    punctual aspect

 

tahakyaˀtatirǫtęˀ     He withdrew himself.

[tah-hah-kyah-ah-tah-tee-ron-ten-en]

t-                      dualic

-a-                    factual

-h-                    masculine singular agent – he

-aky-                semi-reflexive

-aˀt-                  noun root – body

-atirǫt-            verb root – draw, pull

-ęˀ                    punctual aspect

 

ahaˀšratirǫhtęˀ        He drew out a box.

[ah-hah-ah-shrah-tee-ron-ten-en]

a-                     factual

-ha-                  masculine singular agent – he

-ˀšr-                  noun root – box

-atirǫht-          verb root – draw, pull

-ęˀ                    punctual aspect

 

One of the great Deer clan names for males is Hatironta.  This is the verb root upon which the name is based.

Hatirǫta               He often draws, pulls, attracts

[hah-tee-rǫ-tah]

h-         masculine singular agent – he

-atirǫt- verb root – draw, pull, attract

-a         habitual aspect

 

 

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