wilt

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Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *tʔé•ka

Proto-Dakota *tʔéka

Lakota tʔeča ‘tepid, lukewarm’ EB:504a

Dakota it’éća , †itʔéča ‘slightly warm, lukewarm, tepid’ SRR:212b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *tʔé•ke

Chiwere čʔége ‘lazy’ JGT:9

Hoocąk tʔeek ‘be rotten’ KM:3030 , t’eek ‘wilt’ KM:3034 , taatʔék ‘be bruised’ KM:416 , taat’ek ‘wilt’ KM:3089 , tʔék, gi- , git’ek , tʔék, taa- , taat’ek

Proto-Dhegiha *tʔéka

Omaha-Ponca tʔéga ‘lazy’

Kanza/Kaw cʔéga ‘lazy’ RR , cʔéga, ba- ‘wither, cause by rooting up’ RR , cʔega, bá- ‘wither, to cause by cutting’ RR , cʔéga, bü- ‘numb, make by sitting on’ RR , cʔega, dá- ‘withered, killed, injured by heat’ RR , dacʔega, bá- ‘wilt, cut and cause to’ RR , dácʔega, ba- ‘wilt, cause by rooting up’ RR , dacʔega, dá- ‘spoil, as hot weather does meat’ JOD, RR , dácʔega, ga- ‘dry a little by blowing on’ RR , cʔéga, ya- ‘wither from being gnawed on, as a plant’ RR , cʔéga, yü- ‘make lazy’ RR

Osage dáṭsʔega , †tácʔeka ‘wilted, withered’ LF:36a

Quapaw tʔéka, di- ‘weaken an animal or infant’ RR , tʔéka, ną- ‘injure by kicking or trampling’ RR

General comment

Cf. ‘die’. Note compounded instrumental prefixes in Kanza/Kaw.

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