A Lexicon of Modern Mohegan: The Dialect of Jits Bodunaxa by Julian Granberry

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Ffu subsequently succotash sun Sunday sure swallow swamp fire swear sweet sweet (it is ... ) T table take otT talk (verb) taste temptation ten terrible thankful (be) Thanks! (for that) that (animate) that (inanimate) their them themselves then dabi gadgigitokquatstummudapawangan bayag ciphugi tabutTabutni! ate) you all (imperative) young young girl young man your (plural) your (singular) yourself yourselves 89 -uk -umuk -q gung gung xquas gunggum giyaw gi, guguhug guhuguw 6. BIDUOGRAP HY. Bloomfield, Leonard 1946 Algonquian.

Above; 2. over [Source: Diary 2] waji particle (wa·'ji) /waji/ [wogge] [woggey] 1. in order that; 2. in order to; 3. so that [Source: Diary 1, Sermon] wajian- verb (wa·'ji-an-) /wajian-1 [wodgian-] have. Ex. wajianu m [wodgianum] /wajian-:ml'he has' [Source: Diary 1] wambayo particle (wam·ba·'yo) /wambayo/ [wombayoh] [wombeyoh] white [Source: Diary I; Stiles 'wumbiou'] wambiy- verb (wam·biy'-) /wambiy-1 [wombey-] come. Ex. wang/ [wong] I. also; 2. and; 3. too [Source: Diary Stiles] -(u)w- infix (-(u)w) 1-(u)w/ [-(u)w-] an infix connective [Source: Diary 1' Sermon, Tale] -(u)w pronominal suffix (-[u]w) 1-(~)w/ [-uw] 1.

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