slowly

adverb physical_motion

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *srúte

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere θlíǰe ‘leisurely’ GM , thníje ‘slow, taking time, softly, easily’ JOD, JGT:71

Proto-Dhegiha *srúte

Omaha-Ponca snide ‘slow’ MAS:158 , çnide

Kanza/Kaw sčǘǰe ‘straight, correct, exact’ RR

Osage waçtu´dse , †wastǘce ‘slow walking or moving’ LF:186b

Quapaw óstitte ‘slowly’ JOD

General comment

Cf. ‘slow’. Chiwere i does not correspond to u. However, the Dorsey form thníje, with its impossible Chiwere cluster thn suggests that the Chiwere form may have been borrowed from Omaha-Ponca.

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