dance, fiddle dance, whitemans dance

ba-giⁿ-to-zha (bagįttoa)   

fiddle dance, whitemans dance (fiddle + dance)

Speaker - Odestine McWatters

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ba-kiⁿ-to-zha (bak̜ttoa), ba-giⁿ-to-zha (bagįttoa)

fiddle dance, whiteman's dance (RR-Quapaw) ___________________________________________________________________________________________

Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • ba-kiⁿ-te (bak̨tte) - play, accordion or violin, pa-kiⁿ-te (ppkįtte) - I play, accordion or violin, shpa-kiⁿ-te (pkįtte) - you play, accordion or violin (RR-Quapaw)
  • ba-gi-ze (bagze) - fiddle, creak, squeak, to play the fiddle, to make a creaking or squeaking sound by pushing (Omaha/Ponca)
  • ba-gi-dse (ba-gí-dse) - ba (ba), an act of pushing; gi-dse (gi-dse), squeak; a fiddle, ba-gi-dse ke spa-gi-dse ha (ba-gi-dse ke spá-gi-dse ha) - you play the fiddle (FL-Osage)
  • pa-ki-tse (paakce) - play music on an instrument, musical instrument, piano, music (CQ-Osage)
  • ba-gi-je (bagje) - fiddle, play the fiddle (Kanza)

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  • o-zha (a) - dance, o-a-zha (aa) - I dance, o-da-zha (daa) - you dance, oⁿ-ko-zha-we (̨kowe) - we dance (RR-Quapaw)
  • o-zha (ŭjah) - dance [danser] (GI-Quapaw)
  • o-zha (o-c) - dance (LH-Quapaw)