die, dead

t'e  (tʔe)

die (RR-Quapaw)

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death  

t'e hi  (tʔe hi)

Speaker - Odestine McWatters

die, dead - very

 

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kill  

t'e-de  (tʔede)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

die, dead - cause to happen

 

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Kill a bunch of them, they say.  

t'e-da-wi-a-we  (tʔedawiawe)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

die, dead - cause to happen - plural - they say

 

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • t'e (tʔe) - die, aⁿ-t'e (ątʔ) - I die, di-t'e (ditʔ) - you die, wa-t'a-we (watʔwe) - we die (RR-Quapaw)
  • t'e (teh) - die, pass away [mourir] (GI-Quapaw)
  • t'e (t'ĕ) - death, dead (LH-Quapaw)
  • da-t'e (da-t′e) - you die (JOD-Quapaw)
  • t'e (t'e) - to die, to be dead, a-t'e (at') - I die, tha-t'e (at') - you die, aⁿ-t'a i (aⁿt'a i) - we die (Omaha/Ponca)
  • ʰts'e (ṭs'e) - to die, decease, demise, defunct, to swoon, to faint, a-ʰts'e (a-ṭs') - I die, faint, tha-ʰts'e (tha-ṭs') - you die, faint, oⁿ-ʰts'a i (oⁿ΄-ṭs'a i) - we die, faint (FL-Osage)
  • ts'e (cʔ) - die, death, the dead, dead person, a-ts'e (acʔ) - I die, tha-ts'e (acʔ) - you die, aⁿ-ts'e (ącʔe) - we die (CQ-Osage)
  • ts'e (ts'e) - dead, to die, be dead (Kanza)