Lesson #100: Alienable and Inalienable Nouns

Leda Jules: Pelly Banks dialect


1: lābā́t mitts
eslābā́déʼ my mitts
nelābā́déʼ your mitts
melābā́déʼ his/her mitts
2: bēs knife
esbēzéʼ my knife
nebēzéʼ your knife
mebēzéʼ his/her knife
3: ʼēch shirt
esʼējéʼ my shirt
neʼējéʼ your shirt
meʼējéʼ his/her shirt
4: kē shoes
eskéʼ my shoes
nekéʼ your shoes
mekéʼ his/her shoes
5: tūtāł pants
estūtāléʼ my pants
netūtā́léʼ your pants
metūtā́léʼ his/her pants
6: tsʼat hat
estsʼādéʼ my hat
netsʼādéʼ your hat
metsʼādéʼ his/her hat
7: tsį̄ł axe
estsį̄́léʼ my axe
netsį̄́léʼ your axe
metsį̄́léʼ his/her axe
8: kū́kʼā cup
eskū́kʼǎʼ my cup
nekū́kʼǎʼ your cup
mekū́kʼǎʼ his/her cup
9: tés cane
estéséʼ my cane
netéséʼ your cane
metéséʼ his/her cane

 

 

10: estsī́ʼ my head
netsī́ʼ your head
metsī́ʼ his/her head
11: esgā́néʼ my arm
negā́néʼ your arm
megā́néʼ his/her arm
12: eszā́dī my tongue
nezā́dī your tongue
mezā́dī his/her tongue
13: eskéʼ my foot
nekʼéʼ your foot
mekéʼ his/her foot
14: esbét my stomach
nebét your stomach
mebét his/her stomach
15: esdǎʼ my eye
nedǎʼ your eye
medǎʼ his/her eye
16: eslā́ʼ my hand
nelā́ʼ your hand
melā́ʼ his/her hand