Finger

Finger -ˀngy-

 

yaˀngyaˀ     finger

[yah-an-gyah-ah]

ya-       feminine-zoic singular agent – it

ˀngy-    noun root – finger

-aˀ        noun suffix

 

haˀngyaˀyeh                              at his finger

[hah-an-gyah-ah-yeh]

ha-       masculine singular agent – his

ˀngy-    noun root – finger

-aˀyeh  external locative noun suffix

 

ayeˀngyamęh                            my finger, ring

[ah-ah-yeh-en-gyah-menh]

aye-     1st person singular patient – my

-ˀngy-   noun root – finger

-a-        joiner vowel

-mę-     verb root – have

-h         stative aspect

 

usahąˀngyayęhaˀ                     He escaped.

[oo-sah-han-an-gyah-yen-hah-ah]

u-         factual

-s-        repetitive

-a-        factual

-hą-      masculine singular agent – he

-ˀngy-   noun root – finger

-ayę-    verb root – go out

-ha-      inchoative root suffix

-ˀ          punctual aspect

 

ahuˀngyarahs                            He helped him.

[ah-hoon-gyah-rahs]

a-         factual

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

-ˀngy-   noun root – finger

-a-        joiner vowel

-ra-       verb root – be with

-hs       dative root suffix + punctual aspect

 

tayęˀngyarahs                         help me

[tah-yen-en-gyah-rahs]

t-          imperative

-ayę-    1st person singular patient

-ˀngy-   noun root – finger

-a-        joiner vowel

-ra-       verb root – be with

-hs       dative root suffix + imperative aspect

 

uˀngyurih                      It covers her fingers (i.e., is a glove or mitt).

[oo-oon-gyoo-reeh]

u-         feminine-zoic singular agent + feminine-zoic singular patient – it – her

-ˀngy-   noun root – finger

-ur-      verb root – cover

-ih        stative aspect

 

 

 

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