soaked, wet

 

shpoⁿ (pǫ)

 
wet

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

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shpoⁿ (pǫ)

wet, be (RR-Quapaw)

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when a baby is wet (soaked diaper)  
shpoⁿ  a-niⁿ  ni  (pǫ an̨ nį)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

soaked, wet - to have - he/she moving doing that

 

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You made hand wet.

 
naⁿ-pe  shpoⁿ  hi  shka-xe  (nąp pǫ hi kγe) Speaker - Maude Supernaw
hand - wet - very - you cause, make  

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • shpoⁿ (pǫ) - wet, be, aⁿ-shpoⁿ (ąp̨) - I'm wet, di-shpoⁿ (dip̨) - you're wet (RR-Quapaw)
  • shpoⁿ (shpoⁿ) - soaked through (Omaha/Ponca)
  • shpoⁿ (shpoⁿ) - sodden, softened by soaking in water (FL-Osage)
  • shpoⁿ (p̨ǫ) - be softened by soaking in water, soften, become soft, sodden (CQ-Osage)

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  • shpoⁿ-the (shpⁿthe) - to soak something in water, such as a hide (Omaha/Ponca)
  • shpoⁿ-the (shpoⁿ-the) - to soak a skin in water in process of tanning (FL-Osage)
  • shpaⁿ-ye (shpⁿye) - soak a hide in water, the fourth stage in dressing it, shpaⁿ-a-ye (shpáⁿaye) - I soak, shpaⁿ-ya-ye (shpáⁿyaye) - you soak, shpaⁿ-ye (shpáⁿye) - he/she/it soak, aⁿ-shpaⁿ-ya-be (aⁿshpáⁿyabe) - we soak, shpaⁿ-ya-ya-be (shpáⁿyayabe) - you all soak, shpaⁿ-ya-be (shpáⁿyabe) - they soak (Kanza)

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  • ni-u-ga-shpoⁿ (niugashpoⁿ) - soak (Omaha)
  • ni-ga-shpoⁿ (n-ga-shpoⁿ) - soaked, water soaked (FL-Osage)

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  • u-shpoⁿ (ushpoⁿ) - soft (Omaha)