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Id Lexeme Sentence Translation Last Modified By Citation Link Actions
28 dú-a-hi-ȼé-a-ké Duahiȼe-akéĕ hă. The subject standing at a great distance, and on this side of (the place) is (who has been referred to). Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
29 dú-a-hi-ȼe-a-me Duahiȼeamee ha. Those at a great distance and on this side of the place are the ones (referred to). Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
30 á-ȼa-qu Ni tĭ aȼaqu. The water boils away (in cooking). Mark Awakuni-Swetland View Edit Delete
32 da maⁿ dá frozen ground Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
33 da Maⁿ dá hă. The ground is frozen. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
34 da Níⁿ kĕ dá hă. The water is frozen. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
35 da Ní kĕ dá aȼaí. The water was becoming frozen. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
36 da Ní kĕ dá ȼe. The water is freezing, or going to freeze. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
39 dá-daⁿ Dadaⁿ akipaxe kaⁿbȼa. I wish to make or do something for myself. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
40 dá-daⁿ Dadaⁿ kaⁿbȼa-maji. "What I do not want." I want nothing. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
41 dá-daⁿ a Dadaⁿ ckaⁿhna a? What do you want? Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
42 dá-daⁿ cté-cte Cáⁿ dádaⁿ ctécte ȼanáʔaⁿ éiⁿte iⁿwíⁿȼai-gă. Tell me whatever you (pl.) have heard. Catherine Rudin 39,17 View Edit Delete
43 á-bi Ábi Maⁿtcú-nájíⁿ gȼájĭ ḳiji, e ȼé te hắ, kĭ ábi cĭ Qiȼá-skă cé̸ȼu ḳĭ, e ȼé te ha. If Maⁿtcú-nájíⁿ; had not gone home, he might have gone; and if Qiȼá-skă were only here, he might have gone. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
44 da-daⁿ-cté-gaⁿ Dadaⁿ ctegaⁿ gaxai. He did it imperfectly Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
46 á-bi Mactcin~'ge níkagáhi ckúxe taí, á–bi áȼa. It is really said, "You shall make the rabbit chief!" David Nesheim View Edit Delete
47 da-dáⁿ-ctĕ-waⁿ Dadaⁿctewaⁿ kaⁿbȼa-maji. I do not want the slightest thing, or, I do not want anything at all. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
48 á-bi-naⁿ-ȼa P̣ahé ȼaⁿ ábinaⁿȼá–qtiáⁿ–biamá. It is said that the hill was entirely covered (or obscured, by people). Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
49 á-bi-gȼi Naⁿjiⁿctcegaⁿ bicpe. So if one stumbled and fell, and nearly pressed off a piece of his skin. Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
50 dá-daⁿ-má-di Wanáce dadaⁿ-madi uihe éiⁿte ... iȼapahaⁿ kaⁿbȼa. I wish to know ... which soldier he joined (i.e. in which regiment he was). Catherine Rudin O&PL 180, 10 View Edit Delete
51 á-bi-sáⁿ-dĕ Mactcin~ge abisande jan~-gă! Throw yourself down on the rabbit! Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
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