Power, force, strength

Power, Force, Strength -wihš(r)-

 

yahwihšraˀ           power, force, strength

[yah-weeh-shrah-ah]

ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-hwihšr-           noun root – power, force, strength

-aˀ                    noun suffix

         

ayewihšęhaǫʼ        I am tired, my strength is used up  (with vr -ęhaǫ- ‘carry’)

[ah-yeh-weeh-shen-hah-on-on]

aye-                 1st person singular patient – I, my

-wihš-              noun root – power, force, strength

-ęhaǫˀ              verb root – carry + stative aspect

 

tąˀąh     tuh       teˀskawihšrat                                        tižuhtinęˀ

not       there    it is not the same power                      it was so in the past

 

teˀskawihšrat       It is not the same power.  It does not have the same strength.

[teh-eh-skah-weeh-shrat]

teˀ-                   negative

-s-                    repetitive

-ka-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-wihšr-             noun root – power, force, strength

-a-                    joiner vowel

-t                      verb root – be one + stative aspect

 

ewayewihšingyaˀ  It will overpower me.

[eh-way-yeh-weeh-sheen-gyah-ah]

ew-                  future

-aye-                feminine-zoic singular agent + 1st person singular patient – it – me

-wihš-              noun root – power, force, strength

-ingya-             verb root – surpass

-ˀ                      punctual aspect

 

ahayǫwišrǫˀ           He gave them (m) power.

[ah-hah-yon-wee-shron-on]

a-                     factual

-hayǫ-              masculine singular agent + masculine plural patient – he – them (m)

-wišr-               noun root – power, force, strength

-ǫˀ                    verb root – give + punctual aspect

 

 

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