break cord > break apart

verb physical_contact_deformation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *-páxe

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa

Crow paxí, dap- ‘chop, split across the grain’ RG, GG:42, RGG:31 , ppaxi, pá- ‘cut up’ RG, GG:53 , paxi, dúu- ‘drill’ RG, GG:45

Pre-Mandan

Mandan pax, ka- ‘to break by striking’ H:138 , pax, pa- ‘to break s.t.’ H:138 , pax, ra- ‘to break by kicking’ H:139 , pax, ru- ‘to pull s.t. apart’ H:139 , pą́•xoʔš ‘it’s broken (thread)’ RTC

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-páɣe

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *-wáxe

Chiwere waxe, na- ‘To break something with the foot or with a machine’ LWR:20

Hoocąk wáx, boo- ‘shoot string or rope in two’ KM:97 , boowax ‘break string or rope by striking’ KM:422 , wáx, gi- ‘cut string or rope’ KM:2035 , giwax ‘break string or rope with the foot’ KM:2254 , wáx, mąą- ‘bite string or rope in two’ KM:2576 , mąąwax ‘break string or rope by pulling’ KM:2756 , wáx, nąą- ‘burn string or rope in two’ KM:3090 , nąąwax ‘break string or rope by pressure or pushing’ KM:3511 , wáx, ra- , rawax , wáx, ru- , ruwax , wáx, taa- , taawax , wáx, wa- , wawax

Proto-Dhegiha *-báɣe

Kanza/Kaw baɣe, bá- ‘chop sth. up’ RR , babáɣe, bá- ‘cut to shreds’ JOD, RR , báɣe, ba- ‘push apart; pull’ MR, JOD, RR , bábaɣe, ba- ‘push apart, into pieces’ JOD, RR , baɣe, bó- ‘shoot a cord in two’ JOD, RR , báɣe, bu-, -xe ‘break a cord from weight’ JOD, MR, RR , baɣe, dá- ‘burn in two, as a rope’ RR , báɣe, ną- ‘break something like a rope by foot’ RR , báɣe, ya- ‘bite in two’ RR , báɣe, yu- ‘break or snap a cord by pulling’ RR , bábaɣe, yu- ‘tear something up’ RR

Osage bábaxe , †pápaɣe ‘cut a cord or rope with a knife’ LF:18a

Quapaw dibáxe ‘break by pulling’ RR , babáɣe ‘break by thrusting’ RR , dabáɣe ‘bite in two’ RR , kabáɣe ‘cut (a cord) in two’ RR , nąbáɣe ‘break a cord w. the feet’ RR , pábaɣe ‘cut in two, as a cord’ RR , póbaɣe ‘shoot a rope, cord in two’ RR

Proto-Southeastern

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo

Biloxi paxa , †paxa ‘punch, stab, gore, thrust at’ D&S:246a

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