Move

Move, Agitate, Stir už-

This verb must always incorporate a noun.

-at- body (made nasal in this case by the pronominal prefix)

kyutǫhskwerǫht]                                 hayǫmątužeˀs

he has domestic animals                      he moves them (f)

 

hayǫmątužeˀs       He moves them.

[hah-yon-man-too-zheh-ehs]

hayǫm-            masculine singular agent + feminine-zoic plural patient – he – them

-ąt-                   noun root – body

-už-                  verb root – move, agitate, stir

-eˀs[1]                 habitual aspect

 

-nǫmar- ‘brains’

ayunǫmaružahs     They (ind) move, their brains, mourn, sing or dance in

[ah-yoo-non-mah-roo-zhahs]    Midwinter ceremony.

ayu-                 indefinite patient – they

-nǫmar-            noun root – brains

-už                   verb root – move, agitate, stir

-ahs                  habitual aspect

 

-ˀndiyǫr- mind, thoughts

sateˀndiyǫružah   Play! (said to one person)

[sah-teh-en-dee-yon-roo-zhah]

s-                     imperative + 2nd person singular agent –  you

-ate-                 semireflexive

-ˀndiyǫr-          noun root – mind, thoughts

-už-                  verb root – move, agitate, stir

-ah                   imperative aspect

 

hǫteˀndiyǫružahs             They (m) move their thoughts, play.

[hon-teh-en-dee-yon-roo-zhahs]

hǫ-                   masculine plural agent – they (m)

-te-                   semi-reflexive

-ˀndiyǫr-          noun root – mind, thoughts

-už-                  verb root – move, agitate, stir

-ahs                  habitual aspect

 

hǫteˀndiyǫružahs                                 hatižaˀaha

they (m) move their thoughts, play     children

 

 -ręh- ‘treetops’

haręhužahs          He shakes the treetops (a porcupine).

[hah-ren-hoo-zhahs]

ha-                   masculine singular agent – he

-ręh-                 noun root – treetops

-už-                  verb root – move, agitate, stir

-ahs                  habitual aspect

 

-męnd- word, voice

askemęndužah      You interrupted me, moved my words.

[ah-skeh-men-doo-zhah]

a-                     factual

-ske-                2nd person singular agent + 1st person singular patient – you – me

-męnd-             noun root – word, voice

-už-                  verb root – move, agitate, stir

-ah                   punctual aspect

[1]This is the more traditional of the two habitual forms for this verb shown in the Narratives.

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