son

noun social_kin

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *i-yį́ke

Pre-Mandan

Mandan korį́ks ‘his son’ RTC

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *i-yį́ke

Proto-Dakota *čhįkší

Lakota čhįkší ~ čhį́kš ‘son’ RTC

Assiniboine čįkši [Sask.] PAS

Stoney čhįški

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *iyį́ke

Chiwere iyíŋe GM

Otoe ižį́ŋe

Hoocąk hįnį́k KM:1157 , hįnįk

Proto-Dhegiha *ižį́ke

Omaha-Ponca ižį́ge ‘son’ RTC

Kanza/Kaw ižį́ge ‘son’ RR

Osage izhíⁿge , †ižį́ke ‘son’ LF:82a

Quapaw †ižį́ke ‘son’ JOD

Proto-Southeastern

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo

Biloxi yiñḳi, yiñḳiyáⁿ , †yįki ‘his or her son’ D&S:294a

General comment

Chiwere again shows incomplete merger of Proto-Siouan *r and *y here, while Hoocąk merges the two completely. This term is a possessed extension of ‘little, young, child’, q.v.

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