tie (2)

physical_contact_manipulation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *skitE

Proto-Dakota *skitA

Lakota skítA, yu- ‘bind or tie something hard with a string or so’ EB:649 , skískitA, yu- ‘wrap around and round, as in fastening a child on a board’ EB:649

Dakota skíta ‘bound, fastened, as a child on a board’ SRR:436b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *-skite

Chiwere igrúhgiǰe ‘tie ones own’ JGT:259

Hoocąk -sgíc, ru- ‘tie, v.tr.’ KM:2717 , rusgic

Proto-Dhegiha *rü-skíta

Osage thi-çki´-da , †ðiskíta ‘tie something tightly, to make an indentation’ LF:145a

Quapaw diskítta ‘tie tightly leaving mark’ RR

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