-ndare- exist, reside

-ndare – exist, live, reside


This verb does not incorporate noun roots. It always stands by itself.


yandareˀ     She, it lives, exists.


ya-       feminine-zoic singular agent – she or it

-ndare- verb root – live, exist

-ˀ          stative aspect


hǫteyęˀąhą                               hatindareˀ                                They are siblings who live together.

they (m) are siblings                they (m) live (together)


hatindareˀ            They (m) live (together)


hati-                 masculine plural agent – they (m)

-ndare-             verb root – exist, live, reside

-ˀ                      stative aspect


ąˀyandarehaˀ                            d          enǫhkwaˀt                    The medicine came to exist.

it came to exist                        the       it is medicine


ąˀyandarehaˀ          It came to exist.


ąˀ-                    factual

-ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-ndare-             verb root – exist

-ha-                  inchoative root suffix

-ˀ                      punctual aspect


teˀskąndareˀ                   It does not still exist.


teˀ-                   negative

-s-                    repetitive

-ką-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-ndare-             verb root – exist

-ˀ                      stative aspect


teskwandareˀ         Where you (p) live, reside.


te-                    cislocative

-skwa-             2nd person plural agent – you (p)

-ndare-             verb root – live, reside

-ˀ                      stative aspect


teyandarehk                 d          uhskęnǫtǫ        n          ǫˀmąh                          kwayehtih

it did not live               the       deer                 the       now (that way)            where I came from


Deer did not live where I came from.


teyandarehk          It did not live


te-                    negative

-ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent – it

-ndare-             verb root – exist, live, reside

-h-                    habitual aspect

-k                     past aspect suffix





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