stick (6)

verb physical_contact

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-stakE

Proto-Dakota *-stakA

Lakota akástaka ‘throw or daub on e.g. plaster, to bespatter’ EB:69b , okástaka ‘throw on or in, make stick on, as in daubing a house’ EB:385 , okástaka ‘throw on or in, make stick on, as in daubing a house’ SRR:363a

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *awástake

Chiwere awátage ‘patch’ [Ioway] LWR:65 , abátage ‘patch (Otoe)’ JGT:199 , awáhdage ‘patch’

Hoocąk hawasták ‘patch’ KM:721 , hawastak

Proto-Dhegiha *-stáke

Kanza/Kaw iyáyüstáge ‘binding for cradleboard’ RR , stáge, áyü- ‘tie together’ JOD, RR

Proto-Southeastern

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo *staki

Biloxi ádustûkí , †staki ‘adhere or stick to’ D&S:180b , staḳ, apástaḳoⁿní , †staki ‘patch’ D&S:257b , kĭpstûkí , †staki ‘sewed together; a seam’ D&S:249 , kĭpstûkyĕ´ , †staki ‘sew together’ D&S:249 , apstû´ki, apstûkí , †staki ‘sew habitually’ D&S:249

Ofo nạ́ftạki , †nə́ftəki ‘tie’ D&S:326b

General comment

Chiwere *st > θt ~ ht ~ t, so these are not aberrant forms. Cf. ‘mire (1)

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