Verb to fall

Fall  -ę-

This verb always incorporates noun roots

 

kǫmąˀtęhtiˀ Where they (m) made her fall.

[kon-man-an-tenh-tee-eeh]

k-         cislocative

-ǫmą    masculine plural agent + feminine-zoic singular agent – they (m) – her

-ˀt-        noun root – body

-ę-        verb root – fall

-ht-       causative root suffix

-iˀ         stative aspect

 

ekyungunyęs         Where drops fall.

[eh-kyoon-goon-yens]

eky-                 cislocative

-u-                    feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-nguny-            noun root – raindrop(s)

-ę-                    verb root – fall

-s                     inchoative root suffix +  habitual aspect

 

suˀndiyǫhęndih    His mind dropped.  He forgot.

[s-hoo-oon-dee-yon-hen-deeh]

s-                     repetitive

-[h]u-               masculine singular patient – he

-ˀndiyǫh-          noun root – mind, thoughts

-ę-                    verb root – fall

-nd-                  inchoative root suffix

-ih                    stative aspect

 

yeˀruhšęs              Hair often falls from my head

[yeh-eh-rooh-shens]

ye                    1st person singular agent – my

-rˀuhš-              noun root – hair

-ę-                    verb root – fall

-s                     inchoative root suffix + habitual aspect

 

ayawihšęheˀ           Her energy fell.

[ah-yah-weeh-shen-heh-eh]

a-                     factual

-ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – her

-wihš-              noun root – force, energy

f                       verb root – fall

-he-                  inchoative root suffix

-ˀ                      punctual aspect

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