grandmother, my grandmother

iⁿ-koⁿ (įkkǫ́)  

my grandmother

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

   
  Speaker - Mary Lane Redeagle
   
  Speaker - Odestine McWatters

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iⁿ-kaⁿ (įkką́)

my grandmother, mother-in-law (RR-Quapaw) _____________________________________________________________________________________

Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • i-kaⁿ (ikką́) - grandmother, mother-in-law, iⁿ-kaⁿ (įkką́) - my grandmother, mother-in-law, di-kaⁿ (dikką́) your grandmother, mother-in-law (RR-Quapaw)
  • i-koⁿ (ikⁿ) - grandmother, mother-in-law, someone's grandmother or mother-in-law, his or her grandmother or mother-in-law, wi-kaⁿ (wk͓aⁿ) - my grandmother, mother-in-law, thi-kaⁿ (k͓aⁿ) - your grandmother, mother-in-law,  (Omaha/Ponca)
  • i-ʰko (i-k̩) - grandmother, i-ʰko-e (-k̩o-e) - my grandmother, used when addressing her, thi-ʰko (thi-k̩) - your grandmother (FL-Osage)
  • i-ʰko (iiʰk) - my/his/her grandmother, father's mother or mother's mother, thi-ʰko (iiʰk) - your grandmother, paternal or maternal, your mother-in-law used only when speaking to a woman (CQ - Osage)
  • i-ko (ik), i-koⁿ (ikⁿ)  - grandmother, his or her, i-koⁿ (ikoⁿ), wi-koⁿ (wikⁿ) - my grandmother, my great grandfather's mother, my great grandmother, my father's father's sister, my father's father's father's sister, my father's father's father's sister's daughter, my mother's mother's mother's sister, my mother's mother's mother's sister's daughter, my husband's mother, my husband's grandmother (Kanza)