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Ojibwe Verb Paradigms

 

VTA, INDEPENDENT INDICATIVE POSITIVE (Wilson)

INDICATIVE MOOD
Present Tense
  Me Thee Him His
I ... ke...in ne...ah ne...emaun
thou ke... ... ke...ah ke...emaun
he ne...ik ke...ik o...aun o...aun*
we (ex.) ... ke...ego ne...ahnaun ne...emahnaun
we (in.) ... ... ke...ahnaun ke...emahnaun
you ke...im ... ke...ahwah ke...emahwaun
they ne...egoog ke...egoog o...ahwaun o...ahwaun
 
  Us ( excl.) Us (incl.) You Them
I ... ... ke..enenim ne..aug
thou ke..emin ... ... ke..aug
he ne..egonaun ke..egonaun ke..egowah o..aun
we (ex.) ... ... ke..egoom ne..ahnahnig
we (in.) ... ... ... ke..ahnahnig
you ke..emin ... ... ke..ahwaug
they ne..egonahnig ke..egonahnig ke..egowaug o..ahwaun

*Note. - He-his, is necessarily followed by a noun in the third third person,
to which the proper ending must be given. See. Thus, he sees his father, owahbumaun osene.
Note. - His-him, them, is o--aune. His, with other pronouns, me, thee, &c., the same as he.

 

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