othis is used as the verb “to be” in the 3d person, or as an impersonal verb; oh is a stronger form of expression, as iksho hohmʋhli; katima ishia hoh cho?; this word has puzzled many interpreters; o, to be; oh, it is; , being; o is often added to some of the particles to make them more distinctive, as hokʋt, hokʋto. The forms of particles beginning with o are here inserted so that the law of euphony may be learned: ochaokaokakaokakanookakantokakantookakʋtokakʋtookakheokakhenookakhetokakhetookakkiaokako, Matt. 8:27; hatak katiohmi hatuk okako, what manner of man? — okakochaokakonaokakoshokakotokano, okʋnookʋtokʋtookeokiaokomo, a particle used at the end of a sentence, meaning it was so; remote past tense — okono, same as; it is so; it was, but recently — onaoshot.alsooh