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Ojibwe Verb Paradigms

 

VII, INDEPENDENT INDICATIVE POSITIVE (Wilson)

Par. 1. -AH. Par. 2. -A.
Ishpah, it is high, Kezheda, it is hot,
Ishpahne, his is high, Kezhedane, his is hot,
Ishpahwun, they are high, Kezhedawun, they are hot,

Par. 3. -E. Par. 4. -O.
Misquahgumme, it is red (liquid), Mungedamo, it is wide (a road),
Misquahgummene, his is red, Mungedamone, his is wide,
Misquahgummeewun, they are red, Mungedamowun, they are wide,

Par. 5. -IN. Par. 6.-UN.
Mudwasin, it sounds, Soongun, it is strong,
Mudwasenene, his sounds, Soongunene, his is strong,
Mudwasenoon, they sound, Soongunoon, they are strong,

Par. 7. -UD. Par. 8. -MUHGUD
Peenud, it is clean, Ekedomuhgud, it says,
Peenudene, his is clean, Ekedomuhgudene, his says,
Peenudoon, they are clean, Ekedomuhgudoon, they say,

Par. 9. -AHDA. Par. 10.-GWUD.
Ezhenekahda, it is called, Menopoogwud, it tastes good,
Ezhenekahdane, his is called, Menopoogwudene, his tastes good,
Ezhenekahdawun, they are called, Menopoogwudoon, they taste good,

 

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