Adverbs



Time

da:nę:dah

now this also

Da:nę:dah haˀgaheˀ gaoˀ ędihswatrihs ęhswada̲hǫhsi:yohs.

Now is the time to come closer and listen.

da:onęh

and now

dane:ˀonęh

and now that

Dane:onęh to niya:węhdreˀ.

And now this is what is going to happen.

e:ˀ

again

Agahdrǫˀs onęh e: jitrehs satshę:nǫ:nih.

I'm frightened now again because you're too happy.

gaoˀ nawahtgeh

before that time

Gaoˀ nawahtgeh tsaˀgaǫdri:yoˀ.

The time before, they fought.

gao shęh niyo:(weˀ)

before that time

gaoˀ shę nyo:ˀ to: nęya:węh

before that happens

gǫdagyeˀ

immediately; right away

Gǫdagyeˀ ętsahdę:diˀ.

You will leave right away!

gę:s

generally; used to; usually; basically

Ahsǫheh ge:s agahdrǫni:h.

I'm usually afraid of the dark.

gwahs wahetsǫ:

just now; just a few seconds ago

Gwahs waˀhetsǫ: to: naˀa:węh.

That just happened.

hwędǫgwaˀ

sometime

Hwędǫgwaˀ toniyawę̲hdreˀ.

Sometime it's going to happen. (i.e. a prediction)

hwę:dǫh

ever; when

Daskro:wiˀ hwę:doˀ ęsahdę:diˀ.

Tell me when you're going to leave.

ne:ˀhwaˀ

next; this (coming) time

neˀo:nęh

it is now

nęh

when (only at the beginning of embedded clauses; for statements, not questions)

o:nęh

now; when; at this time

Ne:ˀhwaˀ gi:dǫh.

I mean that this time.

o:nęhgwaˀ

suddenly; already

O:nęgwaˀ edwawayęnędaˀ.

We're finished already.

ogwęhę:gyeˀ

now and then; now and again

Ogwęhę:gyeˀ gę:s ahsyǫˀ.

Now and again you'll be here.

onę:diˀ

so now

Onędiˀ to:hah hęgahe:ˀ ędwęni̲hę:ˀ.

Now it is almost time for us to quit.

onęˀe:ˀ

now; again

Onęˀe:ˀ toh hodaditsgo:t.

Now again he has himself sitting there.

shęh, tsęh

that (relativizer)

Dęhne:ˀ ni:yoht tsęh toh nahsye:ˀ?

Why did you do that? (What is the reason that you did it?)

tgwęhę:ˀ

sometimes

Tgwęhę:ˀ hahkdǫhs.

Sometimes he comes (around).

waˀheh

just (now)

waˀhehge:haˀ

finally; at long last

Waˀhehge:haˀ ahakǫ:niˀ.

At long last he decided to cook.

waˀhetsǫ:

just now

Gwahs waˀhetsǫ: to: naˀa:węh.

That just happened.

waˀne:ˀ

today; now

waˀji:hah

presently, a little later, after a bit; after a while; afterwards; later

Waˀji:hah to hęgyǫˀ.

I will arrive after a while.

waˀjih

after a while; wait

waˀjihtsǫ:

soon; in a while; pretty soon

Place

ahsdeh

outside; outdoor

akda:gyeˀ

the edge

da-gwa:dih

over here; this side here

da-nhǫ:weh

this is where

Da:nhǫ:weh hǫ: hęˀdrǫˀ ne:ˀ haksaˀgo:wah.

This is where he lives, the good-looking man.

gao:ˀ

this side; this way; at this time; before; less

Da:nę:dah haˀgaheˀ gaoˀ ędihswatrihs ęhswada̲hǫhsi:yohs.

Now is the time to come closer and listen.

gaę-niyo:weˀ

How far?

Gaę niyo:weh heha:we:nǫ:.

How far has he gone?

gaę

which; where; somewhere

Gaę diˀ nhǫ:weh nihsweˀs o:nęh?

Where then are you now?

gaę-gwaˀ-nhǫ:weh

somewhere around; someplace; thereabouts

Gaęgwaˀ nhǫ:(weh) tǫwa⁷nigǫha:ˀ.

She waits for him somewhere, someplace.

gaę-nhǫ:weh

what place; where

Gaę diˀ nhǫ:weh heha:we:nǫ:?

Where then has he gone?

ga̲ˀto:hah

somewhere

Ga̲ˀto:hah todahsdǫh.

He's hiding somewhere.

ga̲ˀtoh

nowhere; somewhere; anywhere

Ga̲ˀtoh tsǫ: ta:se:tsęi:.

Nowhere only will you find it.

gwa:dih, gwai

side

he:tgęh

up; above

hǫ:weh, nhǫ:weh

to be somewhere

i:nǫh

far

I:nǫh tgasgwiˀdraę:ˀ.

Far away this Old Prune lives/sits.

i:wa:kˀah

nearby

I:wa:kˀah dǫdahotrihsdǫ̲hǫgyeˀ.

He's getting nearer and nearer again.

niyo:weˀ, nyo:weˀ, niyo, nyo

to be a certain distance

Agwaˀnigǫhaˀ shęniyo:weˀ hędwawayę:nędaˀ.

We're waiting until the time we're finished.

nę:toh gwai

here (rather than there)

Nę:toh gwai hęˀdrǫˀ Allan.

Allan lives on this side.

nę:toh

right here; over there

Nętoh ni:yǫ: ho:yęˀ.

That's how many he has right here.

shęh hǫ:weh, shęh nhǫ:weh

there; where

si:nhǫ:weh

way over there

sigwa:dih

over there; move it! (a common way of telling a dog to move)

sihne:ˀ

over there

to:hǫ:(weˀ)

there; where

To hǫ hayęhęˀ.

He's always putting it there.

to:hah

there

O:nęh to:hah to: heshe:ˀ.

He's almost ready to return there.

tęˀ ga̲ˀtoh

nowhere; anywhere

Tęˀ ga̲ˀtoh de̲ˀga:yęˀ.

It's not lying anywhere.

Degree or Measurement

ahsǫh

still; yet; some more; more!

Ahsǫ gęh?

Do you want some more?

i:soˀ

much; many; lots

Aǫgo̲hdǫh ǫgeˀdra̲hehs i:soˀ.

I ate too much.

jitrehs

too much

A:yeˀ ji tręhs tsishede̲hjih agahyagoˀ.

It seems to me I picked too much fruit this morning.

(gy)aǫhę:ˀęh

the most

neˀ gyaǫhę:ˀęh gyonǫˀshehsde:ˀ

the most sickening, tiring, aggravating

do:

how (or other words involving measurement)

Daskro:wiˀ do: niyowihsdaeˀ ęsahdę:diˀ.

You tell me at what time you're going to leave.

do:gwaˀ

how; certain amount; a measure

Do:gwaˀ ni:yǫ: ęsaga:dęˀ.

It is going to cost you a certain amount.

o:nęh to:hah

almost

O:nęh to:hah to: heshe:ˀ.

He's almost ready to return there.

shęniyo:weˀ

(how) much; (how) many; (how) far; until

to niyo:weˀ

that far; when

trehs

more (than usual) (denotes something extreme)

Agahdrǫˀs onę e: ji trehs satshę:nǫ:nih.

I'm frightened now because you're too happy.

trǫhgeh tsǫ:

barely

Trǫhgeh tsǫ: ǫgwahdęgyaˀdǫh.

We're just barely able to make it go (for example, a ceremony).

waˀjihkę:ˀ gyę:ˀ

almost; just about



None: AdverbIntro (last edited 2013-06-02 14:18:31 by LanaWilliams)