count

ha-ni-de  (hande)  
count . how many, how much Speaker - Alice Crawfish Gilmore

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ha-na hi-te (hanhitte)

few, a, however many (RR-Quapaw)

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ha-na i-te (han itte)

however much or many (RR-Quapaw)

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ha-naⁿ hi-de (haną́ hide)

however many, much (RR-Quapaw)

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how many, how much  

ho-noⁿ  (honǫ́)

Speaker - Odestine McWatters

how many, how much

 

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

        ha-naⁿ (haną́), ha-noⁿ (hanó̜) - how much, many (RR-Quapaw)

      ha-noⁿ (há-noⁿ) - how much or how many (FL-Osage)

      ha-naⁿ (haną) - how many, how much (CQ-Osage)

      ha-naⁿ tsʰe (háaną cʰe) - how many are there, how much is there (CQ-Osage)

       ha-naⁿ (hnaⁿ) - how many, how much? (Kanza)

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         u-tha-wa (úthawa) - count, a counting, a census (Omaha/Ponca)

         we-tha-wa (wéthawa) - counting, number, cent (Omaha/Ponca)

         wa-tha-wa (wathawa) - numbers, numerals, counting, census (Omaha)

         tha-wa (tha-wá) - to reckon, to compute, to count (FL-Osage)

         wa-tha-wa (wa-thá-wa) - wa-, the act of; tha-wa, to count: counting (FL-Osage)

         we-tha-wa (we-tha-wa) - counters, among the Osage, sticks, grains of corn, or seeds were used for counting (FL-Osage)

         tha-wa (aawá) - count, count out, measure (CQ-Osage)

         wa-tha-wa (waaáwa) - count, say numbers, counting, numbers (CQ-Osage)

         we-tha-wa (wyaw) - counting stick, special obj. of wasabe gens (Kanza)