Be in, take out of the fire

Fire – (put or be) in   -ǫt-

 

yaˀndaˀtarǫtah             She bakes bread, cakes.

[yan-an-dah-ah-tah-ron-tah]

ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – she

-ˀndaˀtar-         noun root – bread, cake

-ǫt-                   verb root – put into fire

-ah                   habitual aspect

aˀwatindaˀtarǫtǫnyǫˀ       They (f) baked a lot of bread.

[ah-ah-wah-teen-dah-ah-tah-ron-ton-nyon-on]

aˀw-                 factual

-ati-                  feminine-zoic plural agent – they (f)

-ndaˀtar-           noun root – bread

-ǫt-                   verb root – be in fire

-ǫnyǫ-              distributive root suffix – a lot

-ˀ                      punctual

 

hamęruˀtǫtahkwiʼ           He threw straw into the fire.

[hah-men-roo-oo-ton-tah-kwee-ee]

ham-                masculine singular patient – he

ęruˀt-                noun root – grass, straw

-ǫt-                  verb root – put in the fire

-ahkw-             instrumental root suffix

-iˀ                     stative aspect

 

ahuˀšrǫtahs                     He put his axe in the fire.

[ah-hoo-oo-shron-tahs]

a-                     factual

-hu-                  masculine singular agent + masculine singular patient – he – his

-ˀšr-                  noun root – axe

-ǫt-                   verb root – put in the fire

-ahs                  dative root suffix + punctual aspect

 

Take out of the Fire – out -ǫrahst- or -urahst-

 

tsaǫrahstiʼ                      She is taking it, has taken it back out of the fire.

[tsah-on-rah-stee-ee]

ts-                    repetitive – back

-a-                    feminine-zoic singular patient – she

-ǫrahst-            verb root – take out of the fire

-iˀ                     stative aspect

 

 

sawateˀskurahst               She took herself back out of the fire.

[sah-wah-teh-eh-skoo-rahst]

s-                     repetitive – back

-aw-                 factual

-ate-                 semi-reflexive voice – self

-ˀsk-                 dummy noun root – body

-urahst             verb root – take out of the fire + punctual aspect

 

 

 

 

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