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) are brothers-in-law (spoken to a brother-in-law)

[kyah-kyooh]

ky-       1st person inclusive dual agent – we two

-akyu-  verb root – be brothers-in-law

-h         stative

 

awakyuh     We (x) are brothers-in-law, my brothers-in-law.

[ah-wah-kyooh]

aw-      1st person exclusive plural agent – we (excluding listener(s))

-akyu-  verb root – be brothers-in-law

-h         stative aspect

 

Be sisters-in-law (dual or plural) -aže-

 

ažažeˀ                    We (x) two are sisters-in-law (excluding the listeners).

[ah-zhah-zheh-eh]

až-                   1st person exclusive dual agent – we (x) two

-aže-                verb root – be sisters-in-law

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

žažeˀ                     They two (f) are sisters-in-law.

[zhah-zheh-eh]

ž-                     feminine-zoic dual agent – they (f) two

-aže-                verb root – be sisters-in-law

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

kwažeˀ                  We (n) are sisters-in-law (including the listeners)

[kwah-zheh-eh]

kw-                  1st person inclusive plural agent – we (p)

-aže-                verb root – be sisters-in-law

-ˀ                      stative aspect

 

Be siblings-in-law of the opposite sex -ndaweˀt-

 

ǫįndaweˀt             We two are brother- and sister-in-law.

[on-in-dah-weh-eht]

ǫᶖ-                    1st person dual patient – we (two)

-ndaweˀt          verb root – be siblings-in-law of the opposite sex  + stative aspect

 

tsindaweˀt             You two are sister and brother-in-law.

[tseen-dah-weh-eht]

tsi-                   2nd  person dual patient – you two

-ndaweˀt          verb root – be opposite sex siblings-in-law + stative aspect

 

 

hutindaweˀt           They are siblings-in-law of both sexes.

[hoo-teen-dah-weh-eht]

huti-                 masculine plural patient – they (m)

-ndaweˀt          verb root – be siblings-in-law of the opposite sex  + stative aspect

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