enǫhkwaˀt It is medicine.
enǫhkwat feminine-zoic singular agent – it + verb root – be medicine + stative aspect
enǫhkwaʼt d’ ukwęnǫdih It is medicine that is round.
it is medicine that which it is round, a circle
ukwędǫdih It is round, a circle.
u- feminine-zoic singular patient – it
-węnǫdi- verb root – be round
-h stative aspect
Doctor, cure, heal -tsęʼt-
hatetsęˀkaˀ He goes curing, doctoring.
h- masculine singular agent – he
-tsęˀ- verb root – cure, doctor
-k dislocative root suffix
-aˀ habitual aspect
usahutsęˀt He healed him.
-hu- masculine singular agent + masculine singular patient – he – him
-tsęʼt- verb root – cure, heal, doctor + punctual aspect
hǫnteˀtsęhs They (m) cure her.
hǫn- masculine plural agent + feminine-zoic singular patient – they (m) – her
-ˀtsę- verb root – cure, heal
-hs habitual aspect
be right, straight – -eri-
This verb root only refers to getting or being well when it is used with the repetitive prefix, giving the sense of ‘right again.’
usažuwerih She is well.
-uw- feminine-zoic singular patient – she
-eri- verb root -be well