grandfather, my grandfather

wi-tʰi-koⁿ  (witʰkǫ)  

my grandfather (RR-Quapaw)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

   
  Speaker - Mary Lane Redeagle
   
  Speaker - Alice Crawfish Gilmore
   
  Speaker - Odestine McWatters

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wi-ti-kaⁿ (wittką)

my grandfather (RR-Quapaw)

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Im glad its (my) grandpa.

 

aⁿ-da-kni  wi-tʰi-koⁿ  (ą́dakni witʰkǫ)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

I'm glad - my grandfather

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • i-ti-kaⁿ (ittką) - grandfather, wi-ti-kaⁿ (wittką) - my grandfather, di-ti-kaⁿ (dittką) - your grandfather (RR-Quapaw)
  • i-ti-goⁿ (itigoⁿ) - his grandfather, wi-ti-goⁿ (witgoⁿ) - my grandfather (JOD-Omaha)
  • i-ʰtsi-go (i-t̩s-go) - grandfather, wi-ʰtsi-go (wi-t̩s-go), wi-ʰtsi-go-e (wi-t̩si-gó-e) - my grandfather, also used in rituals, the term t̩si-go is applied to a father's father, to his father, to a mother's father, to his brother, to a father-in-law, and to a wife's maternal uncle, it is also used as a term of reverence for God and for natural objects, such as the sun, the morning star, the dipper, Orion's belt, the pole star, and living objects whose mysterious habits inspire in the Osage mind a feeling of reverence for the Creator, thi-ʰtsi-go (thi-t̩s-go) - your grandfather (FL-Osage)
  • i-ʰtsi-ko (iʰcíko) - his/her grandfather, his/her father-in-law, wi-ʰtsi-ko (wiʰcíko) - my grandfather, my father-in-law, thi-ʰtsi-ko (iʰcíko) - your granfather, paternal or maternal, your grandparents, your father-in-law, used by anyone speaking to a man or woman about the father of his/her spouse, (CQ-Osage)
  • i-tsi-go (icgo) - his or her grandfather, wi-tsi-go (wicgo) - my grandfather, my great grandfather's father, my great grandfather, my father's father's brother, my mother's mother's brother, my father's father's, father's brother, my mother's mother's mother's brother, my husband's father, my husband's grandfather (Kanza)