slip (5)

verb physical_motion

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *-šrútE

Pre-Mandan *:srut- (?)

Mandan -sírutoʔš, ra- ‘he slips’ H:218 , rusírutak ‘it slipped (sub.)’ RTC , síruruʔtoʔš, síruruttoʔš ‘it’s slippery’ RTC

Proto-Mississipi-Valley

Proto-Dakota *šruta

Lakota šlušlúta ‘slippery, as a road; smooth, as ice’ EB:465b , -šluta, ayá- ‘have the teeth slip on anything’ EB:103 , -šlúta, wo- ‘glance, as a bullet’ EB:609 , -šlúta, ka- ‘strike and make glance off’ EB:291 , -šlúšluta, na- ‘slip often; to make smooth with the feet’ EB:359 , -šlúta, pa- ‘loom up thence coming up and into sight’ EB:435 , -šlúta, yu- ‘slip out, to let slip from one, as a fish’ EB:652

Dakota šdúta ‘slipping’ SRR:442a

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