manotá NI basket ● manotásh baskets manoták in the basket Kuwihqitumôsh, manotá nimskamsh Please get the basket. Ayômi manoták ponamsh pawanatôk put the fan in the basket.
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ayakunum- VTI he paints it ● nutayakunum I paint it ayakunum s/he paints it kutayakunumumun you and I paint it
: ayakunumsh Paint it! sg : ayakunumoq Paint it! ayakunumutuk Let’s paint it! áyakunuk that he paints it Nutayakunumun nik I paint my house. Nákum ayakunum manotá She is painting a basket. pl
côhtam- VTI he wants it (alternate spelling: ahcôhtam-) ● nucôhtam I want it côhtam s/he wants it kucôhtamumun you and I want it
: côhtamsh want it! sg : côhtamoq want it! áhcôhtamhutut that they want it Kôkcik manotá nucôhtam I want the big basket. Nuks, nucôhtamumun Yes, we (exclusive) want it; Kucôhtam pôhputô? Do you want to play?; Kucôhtamumô námáq? Do you (plural) want to see it? Pitkôs côhtam áqunuk She wants to wear a dress. Kôkci Manto nanáwshipsuwin, mutu pish nucôhtam The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. pl
yo₁ DEM this, these (inanimate) ● yosh these Nunicônak, wustawutuk yo, ásqam piyôhutut kitôpánônak My children, let’s make this before our friends arrive; Yosh manotásh mus kumiyuyumô I will give you (all) these baskets; Yosh wiwáhcumunsh, yo áskot, yosh masqusitsh Here is (these) corn, here is this squash, here are (these) beans.