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apqôsu- VII it covers, he puts on that which covers ● apqôsuw it covers apqôsush they are covered ápqôsák that it is covered ápqôsáks that they are covered Apqôsuw wik naspi cikup He covers the house with cedar.
awasu- VAI he warms himself, warms up ● nutawas I warm up awasuw s/he warms up kutawasumun you and I warm up
: awasush Warm yourself! sg : awasuq Warm yourself! awasutuk Let’s warm ourselves! áwasut that he warms up Piyôq! Awasuq naspi yoht Come! Warm yourselves by the fire. pl
wákawunum- VTI he stirs it ● nuwákawunum I stir it wákawunum s/he stirs it kuwákawunumumun you and I stir it
: wákawunumsh Stir it! sg : wákawunumoq Stir it! wákawunuk that he stirs it Wákawanumsh sápahik naspi kiyamô Stir the soup with the spoon. pl
kihcapun- VTA he torments him, makes him suffer ● nukihcapunô I torment him kihcapunáw s/he torments him kukihcapunômun you and I torment him kihcapunak they torment him kihcapunôtuk let’s torment him!
: kihcapun torment him! sg : kihcapunohq torment him! kihcapunôt that he torments him Kihcapunáw yôtum in naspi wiyawhs He tormented the hungry man with the meat. pl
aposu- VAI he cooks, bakes ● nutapos I cook aposuw s/he cooks kutaposumun you and I cook
: aposush Cook! d sg : aposuq Cook! aposutuk let’s cook! áposut that he cooks Naspi yoht mô aposuwak sôp Mohiksinak Mohegans used to cook cornmeal mush on a fire. Kôkci nikômo kuwacônômun qá mámusi ayôp kutaposumun We will have a great feast and cook a whole buck. pl