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Ye I 80b sweetf z0 150. There are two points which Haas rnakes, however, that have not been able to verify frorn the corpus. The first r concerns vowel length. Since she actually heard Biloxi spoken, w€ must take her word for its existence. Dorsey unfortunately is far too erratic in his rendering of length for us to rnake any firrn conclusions about it. ksd, aduksd, atkse, rcover, Iidt 5yepi, ay{wi, tdoorr. The second point concerns the existence of. /O /. Judging from the Dorsey/Swanton descriptions of English equivalents ["?

Lrll corne t 'I hither' horner I rnean' -+ /xku I ' lL3-23 75-60 155-15 unwilling' arn + /xkite / 'I shoot att + kite ll ll corne back 55 159 -5 -22 I givet 75-66 and: ^t ll + ki + yoha * nill , l*tiyohT ni/ 'I wish for hirn" ' not' 165 -10 15. ki I "t ll ,rt + ne * nill '/o"t "i/ ll "t*na:

YE + xti andell . el 'they went' 75-72 ll "ap + # ll - I ll gZ-L53 There is evidence that this e-a^,i alternation once existed in the connective eke as well (see 950), although by the late 19th century it was clearly an unproductive rule. The following forrns support this conclusion: rwell' eke eka( f wellt ekaha( I and thenl rand thenr ekek2 ekikaL Z. t whe reuponr Nouns and verbs whose sterns end in -Vhi or -Vhi undergo the following changes when followed by the plural rnarker -tu 1. ;l'' z.

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