Words, such as verbs, which most often are pronounced with prefixes, appear in alpabetical order according to the first letter of their word root. For example, Émésehe. 'He/She is eating.' is filed under M as É-mésehe.
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Áahtovêstse! Listen to me!
Né'-áahtovêste! Listen to me! (male voice: Né'-áahtovêste! Listen to me!)
É-áahtovóho. He listened to him.
âhtóno'e é'oestôtse slip (woman's underclothing)
É-a'xaoto. He shook his hand.
É-amâhtovóho. He said yes to him; consented to him.
Amêhahtsêstse! Sign your name! / Write it down!
Ná-amêhasëne. I owe.
amêške tsé'ôhkeénohe gas station
É-ametanene. He's alive.
É-amóho. He shot him.
amóneo'sanémâhéó'o bingo hall
É-ane'emâsóho. He shot him down (e.g. shot a duck out of the air, or an animal off a cliff).
É-anéotse She gave birth.
É-anétáno She is in labor.
É-ánovetäno He's sad.
Ná-aseohtsétáno. I want to leave.
Né'-asêtanôtse! Pass it to me!
É-ávóónéše. He is fasting.
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