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Nok tsi÷ means but. Table talk se=ká=se÷ k< ... wake=káhse wake=ká=se÷ onu÷uhsla÷kó tasat§nyat ... íhselhe÷ k< ... yah té=kelhe §=<, i=kélhe yawéku wesáhtane÷ k< wakáhtu Do you like ...? ) I like it. I like pumpkin. pass it (this way)! do you want ...? I don't want it. yes, I want it. it tastes good did you have enough? I'm full 44 MINI NOUN DICTIONARY What follows is a listing of the noun roots that have occurred so far and an assortment of others with the information needed to build them into words.

Epenthesis: Context forms ending in the combination -VCRV÷ add an epenthetic vowel 'e' before the whispered syllable so that the isolation forms end in -VCehRV. onutákli÷ sugar onutákehli white owískehla owískla÷ 53 5. Disappearing 'y': Context forms ending in the combination -VCyV(÷) with or without the final glottal stop turn into isolation forms ending in -VCih. sit down sátih sáty< k§tsy< fish k§tsih takná=tsyu give me a kettle takná=tsih 6. Disappearing Dot: Context forms ending in the combination -V=CV(÷) become -VhCV in their isolation form.

Notice that, unlike positive commands, the negative commands do not use the imperative aspect suffix. Both types of commands do use pronoun prefixes. satekhu=ni eat! ták<

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