Blood

Blood

 

Verb Root -ngǫ- – be blood

yangǫh                 It is blood, her blood.

[yan-gonh]

ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – it, her

-ngǫ-                verb root – be blood

-h                     stative aspect

 

yengǫh                 It is my blood.

[yen-gonh]

ye-                   1st person singular agent – my

-ngǫ-                verb root – be blood

-h                     stative aspect

 

yangǫh        d’      aˀundihaˀ     The blood coagulated.

It is blood        the       it is made

 

aˀundihaˀ     It is made, coagulated.

[ah-ah-oon-deeh-hah-ah]

aˀ-        factual

-undi-   feminine-zoic singular agent + verb root – make, be made

-ha-      inchoative root suffix

-ˀ          punctual aspect

 

Noun Root -ngwęʼnyblood

 

yangwęʼnyaʼ                  blood

[yan-gwen-en-nyah-ah]

ya-                               feminine-zoic singular agent

-ngwęˀny-                    noun root – blood

-aˀ                                noun suffix

 

ahangwęˀnyatakwaˀ        He drew her blood out.

[ah-han-gwen-en-yah-tah-kwah-ah]

a-                                 factual

-ha-                              masculine singular agent + feminine-zoic singular patient he-                                                      her

-ngwęˀny-                    noun root – blood

-a-                                joiner vowel

-t-                                 verb root – be inside

-ahkw-                         undoer root suffix

-aˀ                                punctual aspect

 

skęˀngwatih                    It is on my blood side, my left side

[sken-en-gwah-teeh]

s-                                 repetitive

-kę-                              1st person singular agent – my

-ngw-                           noun root – blood

-a-                                joiner vowel

-ti-                                verb root – be a side

-h                                 stative

 

artery, vein, nerve, sinew  –tsiˀnǫnyąht-

 

utsiˀnǫnyąhtaˀ               artery, vein, nerve, sinew

[oo-tsee-een-on-yah-tah-ah]

u-                                 feminine-zoic singular patient – it

-tsiˀnǫnyąht-                noun root – artery, vein, sinew, nerve

-aˀ                                noun suffix

 

Kwižuh       satsiˀnǫnyąhtarih   Are you bleeding?

[kwee-zhooh]

 

satsiˀnǫnyąhtarih   You are bleeding, your vein, artery is spilling.

[sah-tsee-een-on-yąh-tah-reeh]

sa-                    2nd person singular patient – you (s)

-tsiˀnǫnyaht-    noun root – artery, vein

-a                     joiner vowel

-ri-                   verb root – spill, spread

-h                     stative aspect

 

Anęę           d’                etisatsiˀnǫnyąhtarih         Where are you bleeding?

[ah-nen-en]

Where is it       that which       where you are bleeding

 

etisatsiˀnǫnyąhtarih         It is where you are bleeding.

[eh-tee-sah-tsee-een-on-yanh-tah-reeh]

eti-                               cislocative – where

sa-                                2nd person singular patient – you (s)

tsiˀnǫnyaht-                noun root – artery, vein

-a                                 joiner vowel

-ri-                               verb root – spill, spread

-h                                 stative aspect

 

Tuh    ekyayetsiˀnǫnyąhtarih     de      ayežušaˀye   My elbow is bleeding.

[tooh]

There   it is where I am bleeding         the       on my elbow

 

ekyayetsiˀnǫnyąhtarih     It is where I am bleeding.

[eh-kyah-yeh-tsee-een-on-yanh-tah-reeh]

eky-                 cislocative – where

-aye-                1st person singular patient – I

-tsiˀnǫnyaht    noun root – artery, vein

-a-                    joiner vowel

-ri-                   verb root – spill, spread

-h                     stative aspect

 

ayežušaˀye                      on my elbow

[ah-yeh-zoo-shah-ah-ah-yeh]

aye-                 1st person singular patient – my

-žuš –                noun root – elbow

-aˀye                external locative noun suffix

 

 

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