𐒰𐒰̋ah🔊noun1arm𐒰 𐒰͘𐓍𐒻𐓐𐓂͘𐓄𐒷They broke my arm.2that part of the shoulder to and including the hand3foreleg
To specify what kind of arm or foreleg you want to express, name the animal first. For example, "tse a" refers to the foreleg(s) of a buffalo (cow). If you want to specify the right or left arm, right or left follows arm. For example, "a ishdoⁿka" is "right arm."
𐒰𐒰ah1interrogative sign2an interrogation sign, used at the end of a sentence
𐒰𐒰ah1imperative sign, used by a female2imperative (particle appearing at the end of a command; replaces final e of verb)Female
𐒰-𐒰́ahverbpfx1on2upon3on or upon4forThis is a prefix that cannot be used by itself. It is attached to other words, usually verbs. Quintero notes that this term is a "locative prefix; sometimes has a benefactive sense."cf𐒻-𐓂-
𐒰𐒹𐒷𐓆𐒰𐓓𐒻𐒰́𐒹𐒷𐓆𐒰́𐓓𐒻AH-heh-SAH-zheetransitive verb1speak saucily to anyone2stick to an opinion3continue to assert4insist on, instead of yielding
𐒰𐒹𐒻𐒰𐒹𐒻́ah-HEEintransitive verb1reach there, not his home, or for the first time2go there (motion accomplished)3come there4arrive there5be there6be in attendance7stop in, go by, come by8get (e.g., 'get old')9become (suddenly?)10begin to, start to11suddenly start toFor motion verbs, the initial a- is rarely used on first- or second-person forms, and is often omitted with third-person subject.cf𐒰𐒹𐓎𐒰𐒼𐓇𐒻𐒰𐒾𐓎𐒰𐒿𐒷unspec. comp. form of𐒼𐒻𐒼-𐒰𐓍𐒷𐒰𐒿𐒻𐒰𐓊𐒻𐒰𐓍𐒷
𐒰𐒹𐓎𐒰𐒹𐓎́ah-HOOah-HÜintransitive verb1be coming to this place, not his home, or for the first timeFor motion verbs, the initial a- is rarely used on first- or second-person forms, and is often omitted with third-person subject.cf𐒰𐒹𐒻𐒰𐒼𐓇𐒻𐒰𐒾𐓎𐒰𐒿𐒷unspec. comp. form of𐒼𐒻𐒼-𐒰𐓍𐒷𐒰𐒿𐒻𐒰𐓊𐒻𐒰𐓍𐒷