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59 He is taller thun me

nahwudjween kenoseakozeaun 60 He is the strongest man in

the village 61 My wife is handsomer than

thine 62 Thy wife is younger than kewis nahwudj oske nege neenapetezit 63 My brother is with his wife nekaunnis owejewaun wewun 64 My hatchet is in my house 65 Where is he?

tonee peezh attaik? 66 I am here

maundipe eendiah 67 I am a man

eendaninnene-ew 68 I am a good man

nemino aninew 69 Thou art a woman

keetekwao 70 There is a God

manitosahiah 71 I am that I am, (Ex. iii. 14) neengoosahneen 72 He sings well

netahnuggahmo 73 He sings ill

kaw’nittah nuggahmose 74 He sings slow

sebiskautch enuggahmo 75 He sings quick

katahtubbuhum 76 He sings his death song obemahtuk sewin enuggahmotoan 77 I see him

newawbomaw 78 I see a man

eninne newawbomaw 79 I see a stone 80 I see near me

pashow n'duk wawb 81 I see far off

wassaw n'duk wawb 82 He came on foot

kebimmetosa 83 He came on horseback kebepemomico 84 He came by land

ahkeeng kepeezhaw 85 He came by water

kebepemishkawnah 86 He came in a canoe 87 He came before me

kebenekaune 88 He came after me 89 He came with me 90 He came without me

kaw'neengewejewegoose 91 He came from afar 92 He came from the village 93 He came across the river 94 He came yesterday 95 We came both together 96 I struck him

neengewapotowaw 97 I struck him with my foot neengetungishkowaw, (I kicked him) 98 I struck him with my hand 99 I struck him with a stone ussin neengewapotowaw 100 I struck him with a hatchet wawgawkwut neengewaw potowaw 101 I gave it to him

neengemenah 102 I did not give it to thee kaweenkeen kekemenissenoan 103 He gave it to ine

neenneengemenik 104 What I gave him

wagotogwain etogegawmenuk 105 What he gave me

wagotogwain etogegawinezhit 106 Did he gire it to thee? kegemenikinnah? 107 Hast thou giren it to him? kegemenahnah? (didst thou gire?) 108 Wilt thou gire it to me? kekahmeshinnah ? 109 May I gire it to him? kawnuh neendahmenahse ? 110 I wish to go with thee and oppatus wejewinnaum chetahkonuk obazheecatch his horse

koguh zhemun 111 Gire me some venison to pul mesheshin weyos chepotah kwiaun otahkein his kettle

koonk 112 We conquered our country nemunkkundwamin aindunukkeung ezhinne

by our bravery, we will de- wiaung (our manliness), nehahkonoaindahfend it with our strength men nemuskaw wizzewinnenaun

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CHEROKEE.

59 He is taller thun me

utli nikatung eska ayung, (more he is tall less I) 60 He is the strongest man in utli ulinigitiyu eska nanii unituhi, (more he is the village

strong less erery one of the villagers) 61 My wife is handsomer than aquatali-i utli uwawtu eska nihi tsatali-i, (my thine

wife more handsome less thou thy wife) 62 Thy wife is younger than tsatali-i utli awinung eska ayung aquatali-i, mine

(thy wife more young less I my wife) 63 My brother is with his wife unginili utali-i wanetawha, (my brother and his

wife are together) 64 My hatchet is in

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house aquatseli kaluyasti tsinelung aha, (my arc in

my house lies) 65 IVhere is he?

hatlung (where) wetawha ? 66 I am here

ahni getawha, (I am, I stand) 67 I am a man

tsiskaya 63 I am a good man

aquatanungtiyu (I am a good) tsiskaya 69 Thou art a woman

higeyung 70 There is a God

eha unelanunghi, (exists a God) 71 I am that I am, (Ex. iii. 14) naquastung (quo) naquasti, (what I am that I

um) 72 He sings well

awsi teganawgiha, (he sings) 73 He sings ill

uyaw teganawgiha, (he sings) 74 He sings slow

uskanawli teganawgiha, (he sings) 75 He sings quick

usinuli teganawgiha, (he sings) 76 He sings his death song 77 I see him

tsigawwatiha 78 I see a man

awinung tsigaw watiha, (I see) 79 I see a stone

nungya tsigawwatiha, (I see) 80 I see near me

tsigawwati (I see) nauugi 81 I see far off

witsigawwatiha, (I see) 82 He came on foot

elati ulutsunggi, (low he came) 83 He came on horseback ugilungti ulutsunggi, (inounted he came) 84 He came by land

tawyi ulutsunggi, (he came) 85 He came by water

amayi ulutsunggi, (he came) 86 He came in a canoe

tsiyuhi ulutsunggi, (he came) 87 He came before me

ikungyi ulutsung awéni ayung, (before he came,

I after) 88 He came after me

awéni ulutsung ikungyi ayung, (after he came,

before 1) 89 He came with me

awstehung ulutsungyi, (he and I going together

he came) 90 He came without me nawstehungna ulutsunggi, (he and I not going

together he came) 91 He came from afar

inunghi tayulawsunggi, (he came from) 92 He came from the village tigatuhung tayulawsunggi, (he came from) 93 He came across the rirer equoni skawna tayula wsunggi, (the river across

he came from) 94 He came yesterday

usunghi ulutsunggi, (he came) 95 We came both together itsulaha awginilutsunggi, (ve came) 96 I struck him

tsiyungnilunggi 97 I struck him with my foot tsiyaungtesunggi, (I kicked him) 98 I struck him with my hund aquoyeni tsiyungnistanunggi, (I struck him

with) 99 I struck him with a stone nungya tsiyungnistanunggi, (I struck him

with) 100 I struck him with a hatchet kaluyasti tsiyungnistanunggi, (1 struck him

with) 101 I gave it to him

tsinelunggi, (a solid object) 102 I did not give it to thee tla yigungnelei

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CHEROKEE.

103 He gave it to me

aginelunggi 104 What I gave him

naski tsitsinelunggi, (that which I gave him) 105 What he gave me

naski tsaginelunggi, (that which he gare me) 106 Did he give it to thee ? tsaneleskaw, (skaw sign of interrogation) 107 Hast thou given it to him? hinelungskaw 108 Wilt thou give it to me? taskineliskaw 109 May I give it to him? tatsineliskaw 110 I wish to go with thee and aquatuli ginenungstiyi utseli sawquili tsiniycatch his horse

ungstiyi, (I wish thee and me to go his horse

for us to catch) 111 Give me some renison to put ahwi uhwiya skungsi utseli tsayi kalawti, (deer in his kettle

its meat give me his kettle to put into) 112 We conquered our country by awgalitsungyastung awgungtanung awgataw

our bravery, we will defend hawnunghung awgatselikawhi, (our manliit with our strength

ness using (past tense) we took possession of our country); lawgalinigunggungnaw tayawtsungtani tawyawtsistelunghi, (our strength using (future tense) we wiù defend it.)

SUPPLEMENTARY CHEROKEE TRANSITIONS.

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He tied me thee

tsalunglunggi
him

ulunglunggi
us (two) teginalunglunggi

teawginalunglunggi
tegalunglunggi

teawgalunglunggi
you (two)

testalunglunggi you

tetsalunglunggi them

teunalunglunggi They have tied me gungqualunglunggi

thee getsalunglunggi
him gungwalunglunggi
us (tro) tegeginalunglunggi

tegawginalunglunggi
tegegalunglunggi

you and me
tegawgalunglunggi

them and me They have tied you (two) tegeslalunglunggi They have tied you tegetsalunglunggi

them tegungwanaiunglunggi I have tied him

tsiyalunglunggi them

tegatsiyalunglunggi Thou hast tied me squalunglunggi

him hiyalunglunggi
us (tro) teskinalunglunggi

teskiyalunglunggi

them tekiyalunglunggi We (two) have tied hiin enalunglunggi

thou and I awstalunglunggi

he and I We have tied him

etalunglunggi
awstalunglunggi

they and I We (two) have tied them tegenalunglunggi

thou and I tegawstalunglunggi

they and I

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We will tie him
You (two) will tie him
You will tie him
I would tie thee

him

them He would tie thee

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is then I might tie thee

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" them He might tie thee

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16 them I ought to tie thee

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16 them He ought to tie thee

16 him

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" them That he may tie thee

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(iyu) yikungyalungiha

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" thee He makes me tie them He makes me tie thee

if I

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yitsalungiha
yiga-lungiha
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If he does not tie thee
I am tied
Thou art tied
He is tied
We (two) are tied

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You (two) are tid
You are tied
They are
I was tied
I was tied by thee

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He shall be tied
That he may be tied
I am not ticd
He is not ticd
I was not "
He shall not be tied
He who is tying thee

him
He who did tie him
He who will tie him
We tie each other
You tie cach other
They tie one another
I tie myself
He tics himself
We tie ourselves
They tic themselves
Docs he tic thce.
Has he tied thce ?

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(iyu) nigaʼlunglungnayigi if he (shall) not
ungqualungung

I am being tied
etsalungung
agalungung
teginalungung

thou and I
teawginalungung

he and I
tegalungung
teaw galungung

they and I
testalungung
tetsalungung
tegegalungung
ungqualunglunggi
squalunglunggi

thou did tie me
aqualunglunggi

he tied me
tayegalungli
(tla) yungqualungung

yagalungung
yungqualunglunggi

yungtayegalungli
naski tsitsalungiha
naski tsigalungiha or, he whom he is tying
naski tsulunglung

or,

he whom he tied naski tsitaga lungli or, he whom he will tie tetatalungiha

they and 1 tetsatalungiha

you, (more than two) tanatalungiha galalungiha atalungiha tetatalungiha analalungiha tsalungihuskaw tsalungtsaskaw

tsalunglunskaw, (did

he lie thee?)
tatsalungliskaw
ana- or gungwalungihas-

kaw
ana- or gungwalungtsas- gung-wa-lunglungs-
kaw

kaw,(did he tie him?) tungnalungliskaw

skaw and tsu are used tatsiyalungliskaw indiscriminately in ask

ing questions ; they are
tawagatsiyalunglitsu inseparable
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takiyalunglitsu
tsalungungski

the tier of thee
galungungski
ulunglunghi

(past) tier of him

Shall he tic thee
Do they tie him?

Ilave they tied him ?

Will they tie him?
Shall I lichim

Shall I tie them ?

IT'ilt thou tie him?
Wilt thou tie them?
He who tics thee

him
He who did tic him

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