Phrases


Document Target Text Target English Gloss Text Modern Speech
Dunn (Verbs) (written) al-wĭ-tä-hä-ta (she/he) abandons (gives up)
Dunn (Verbs) (written) nilatoka (she/he) abandons (gives up, abstains from) it
Dunn (OK) (written) ä-lam-cin-gá (she/he hurts themself)
Dunn (OK) (written) anapämit(a) (she) marries
Dunn (Verbs) (written) a-ta-ní-ma-wĭ-ta (she) is a (or the) daughter
Dunn (Verbs) (written) ä-nĭ-tcan-sĭ-ta (she) bears a child
Gatschet (236) (written) Mässanäshi (Shawnee name) of Mrs. Skerrett, ✝
Gatschet (236) (written) ishingwia (sg. of it)
Gatschet (236) (written) wäkápangia (sg. and plural) sweet, and fruit of any kind, but have no real word for fruit as we have
Dunn (OK) (written) ä-kwa-cí-kon-gĭ (sewing)
Dunn (Verbs) (written) a-kwa-ta-mĭn-gĭ (sewing)
Dunn (Verbs) (written) a-kwa-cĭ́-kon-gĭ (sewing it)
Dunn (OK) (written) c-i-ä-yon-gi (sewing [with needle])
Dunn (OK) (written) a-kwa-ta-mĭn-gĭ (sewing [inan. obj.])
Dunn (OK) (written) ä-kwa-cĭ́-ko-lo (Sew!)