grave

wa-x'e (waxʔ )   

grave

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

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wa-x'e (waxʔ )

grave (RR-Quapaw)

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Digging a grave.

 

di-k'o-te  wa-x'e  (dikʔ tte waxʔ)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

dig - grave

 

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • wa-x'e (waxʔ ) - grave (RR-Quapaw)
  • wa-xe (waq) - bury, to bury them, a-wa-xe (awqĕ) - I bury, bury them, wa-tha-xe (waaqĕ) - you bury, bury them, aⁿ-waⁿ-xa i (aⁿwaⁿ́qa i) - we bury, bury them (Omaha/Ponca)
  • wa-xe (wa-xé) - a funeral, the grave, a tomb, to bury the dead (FL-Osage)
  • wa-xe (wax) - bury, to bury someone (Kanza)
  • wa-xa-bi (waxbi) -  grave (JOD) (Kanza)

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  • xe (xe) - bury (RR-Quapaw)
  • xe (qe) - bury, cache, to bury a corpse, to bury or cache food such as corn or dried meat, tha-xe (aqĕ́) - you bury, a-xe (aqĕ) - I bury, aⁿ-xa i (aⁿqa i) - we bury (Omaha/Ponca)
  • xe (xe) - to bury, to inter, to place in a grave, a-xe (a-x) - I bury, I buried him or her, tha-xe (tha-x) - you bury, you buried him or her (FL-Osage)
  • xe (xe) -  bury (Kanza)