break off (3)

verb physical_contact_deformation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-šípE

Proto-Dakota

Lakota -šípA, wa- ‘cut off, prune’ EB:551b, EJ , -šípA, ka- ‘knock or cut off close, be bent under the weight of something’ EB:290b, EJ , -šipA, waná- ‘break off with the feet’ EB:539a, EJ , -šipA, wapá- ‘break off close’ EB:547, EJ , -šipA, wayú- ‘break off close’ EB:572b, EJ , -šípA, wo- ‘shoot off, e.g. a branch’ EB:609a, EJ , -šípA, ya- ‘bite off close’ EB:628a, EJ

Dakota yuśípa , †yušípa ‘break off close’ SRR:641b , kaśípa , †kašípa ‘knock out, cut off close; to slip past the joint or bearing’ ART, SRR:268a

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere gisíwe gišíwe ‘slip, get away, escape’ JGT:20

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