names that are joined

Names Joined -ndeyę

 

Sundeyęh                She is joined again. (female)

[soon-deh-yenh]

s-                     repetitive – again

-u-                    feminine-zoic singular patient – she

-ndeyę-            verb root – be joined

-h                     stative aspect

 

Taǫtrąndeyęh        They (indefinite) are joined. (male)

[tah-on-ten-deh-yenh]

t-                      dualic

-a-                    factual

-ǫ-                    indefinite agent – they (ind)

-tę-                   semi-reflexive voice

-ndeyę-            verb root – be joined

-h                     punctual aspect

 

Teyarǫtandeyęh  Two trees are joined, close together. (male)

[teh-yah-ron-tan-deh-yenh]

te-                    dualic

-ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-rǫt-                 noun root – tree

-a-                    joiner vowel

-ndeyę-            verb root – be joined, close

-h                     stative aspect

 

Tehuhǫrandeyęh He has feathers joined. (male)

[teh- hoo-ran-deh-yenh]

te-                    dualic

-hu-                  masculine singular patient – he

-hǫr-                noun root – feather

-a-                    joiner vowel

-ndeyę-            verb root – join

-h                     stative aspect

 

Yaętandeyęh          Sticks are joined. (male)

[ya-en-tan-deh-yenh]

ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-ęt-                   noun root – stick, sticks

-ndeyę-            verb root – be joined

-h                     stative aspect

 

Teyangyasteyęh    Fingers are joined.  (male)

[teh-yan-gyah-steh-yenh]

te-                    dualic

-ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-ngy-                noun root – finger, fingers

-a-                    joiner vowel

-steyę-[1]            verb root – join

-h                     stative aspect

 

[1] The general rule is that a -š- changes the -nd- beginning of this verb root into an -st-.  The noun root for finger does not have that ending, but neither does any noun root or noun stem that I know of.  ff

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