cánaw ADV only, but, unless ● Skitôp mutu wáhtôw cánaw kôcuci uy wáhôt Manto A person does not know but a little unless knowing God.
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wacôn- VTA he has him ● nuwacônô I have him wacônáw s/he has him kuwacônômun you and I have him wacônutuk Let’s have him!
: wacôn Have him! sg : wacônohq Have him! wáconôt that he has him Mus wacônáw uy n’hshum I will have her for my daughter-in-law. Mut nuwacônô awán, cánaw Manto I have no one, only God. pl
áypônihtu- VTI he makes it calm ● nutáypôniht I calm it áypônihtuw s/he calms it kutáypônihtumun you and I calm it
: áypônihtush Calm it! sg : áypônihtuq Calm it! áypônihtut that he calms it Cánaw Manto áypônihtuw mushuyôn Only God calms the storm. pl
wuskinu-₁ VAI he is young, new ● nuwuskin, noskin I am young wuskinuw s/he is young kuwuskinumun, koskinumun you and I are young wáskinut that he is young Ôkatuq Áyasunôt nitay. Mutáwi wuskinuw! Canaw páhpohs There is Leading Cloud. She was very young. She was just a child! Winu nuwuskin ôtay I was very young.