scratch

 

di-x'i-x'i-da (dixʔxʔida)

scratch an itch [repeatedly] (RR-Quapaw)

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Scratching himself, the dog.  

 

ki-naⁿ-x'i-de  niⁿ-khe  shoⁿ-ke  (kinąxʔide nįkh ̨ke)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

reflexive, ones self - by foot - scratch - he, she sitting, doing that - dog

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • di-x'i-x'i-da (dixʔxʔida) - scratch an itch, bdi-x'i-x'i-da (bdxʔixʔida) - I scratch, ti-x'i-x'i-da (ttxʔixʔida) - you scratch (RR-Quapaw)
  • thi-'i-'i-tha (thi''itha) - tickle, to tickle someone (Omaha/Ponca)
  • yu-k'i-k'i-ya (yuk'ík'iya) - scratch an itch repeatedly, to tickle, blu-k'i-k'i-ya (blk'ik'iya) - I scratch an itch repeatedly, tickle, hnu-k'i-k'i-ya (hnk'ik'iya) - you scratch an itch repeatedly, tickle, yu-k'i-k'i-ya (yuk'k'iya) - he/she/it scratch an itch repeatedly, tickle, aⁿ-yu-k'i-k'i-ya (aⁿyk'ik'iyabe) - we scratch an itch repeatedly, tickle, hnu-k'i-k'i-ya (hnk'ik'iyabe) - you all scratch an itch repeatedly, tickle, yu-k'i-k'i-ya (yuk'k'iyabe) - they scratch an itch repeatedly, tickle (Kanza)

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  • thi-ʰk'i-tha (thi-ḳ'-tha) - to tickle, bthi-ʰk'i-tha (bth-ḳ'-tha) - I tickled him, ni-ʰk'i-tha (n-ḳ'-tha) - you tickled him, oⁿ-thi-ʰk'i-tha i (oⁿ-th-ḳ'-tha i) - we tickled them (FL-Osage)
  • thi-k'i-the (ikʔe), thi-k'i-e (ikʔe) - scratch, tickle (CQ-Osage)
  • yu-k'i-ya (yuk'íya) - scratch an itch once, blu-k'i-ya (blk'iya) - I scratch an itch once, hnu-k'i-ya (hnk'iya) - you scratch an itch once, yu-k'i-ya (yuk'ya) - he/she/it scratch an itch once, aⁿ-yu-k'i-ya-be (aⁿyk'iyabe) - we scratch an itch once, hnu-k'i-ya-be (hnk'iyabe) - you all scratch an itch once, yu-k'i-ya-be (yuk'yabe) - they scratch an itch once (Kanza)

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  • ki-'e (ki') - itch, scratch, hoe, to scratch oneself (Omaha/Ponca)
  • ki-e (kie), gi-e (gie) - scratch, itch (Omaha)
  • k'i-e (kʔe), k'u-e (kʔe) - scratch an itch (CQ-Osage)
  • k'u-ya (k'ya) - itch, have an itch (Kanza)