Tunica- English


w


-w'isfx3MS.conditional
wachi1v.I.intrto fight2v.I.trto fight, to fight with
wachuv.II.trto pull out
wahav.I.intr1to cry2to bawl3to weep4to yelp5to honk (of geese)6to neigh7to utter its characteristic sound
wahka1v.T.intrto break, crack2v.I.intrto crack, break3v.I.trto break off, to break something
wahkat'ɛ-t'ɛ3nloggerhead turtlebig wahka
waka11v.I.intrto command2v.I.intrto give orders3adja linguistic term for imperative verb formsabbreviated w
waka21v.II.trto fell (of a tree)2adjfallen (of a tree)
waka31v.I.intrto topple over (of its own accord)2v.II.trto topple it over3v.II.trto throw it down
wala11v.I.intrto split (itself)This verb can also be Class II, but Class I is preferred.2v.II.trto split something3v.II.trto cleave
wala2unspec. var. ofwarato split lengthwise (causative)7.8Divide into pieces
wali1to call2adjso-called
-wansfxin order to
-wan yavsfx1to try"ya" is a verb that takes a subject2to start to
wana1v.T.intrto burn2v.II.trto burn, to burn up3v.T.trto have a fever
*wanav.st1to want, desire2to be willing3to want to ___, supplied by the preceeding verb
wanani1nfever2adjfeverish
wantahaadv1in ancient times2formerly3long ago
warav.II.trto split
waroronmile
waru1v.II.trto pull up2v.I.intrto pull oneself up
wasangarfish species (medium size)
washa1adj1plain2smooth3unmarked
washa2v.II.trto smooth
washasheinterjthe shout of a captiveMay mean dauntless, courageous, brave in Osage,