rim, bottom of kettle

noun physical_artefact_part

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *(i-)ré•te

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa *ré•ta

Crow déesa ‘on the bank, edge’ GG:65

Hidatsa re•ta ‘edge, rim’ J , ne•ta ‘lips’ J , í•re•ta

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *(i-)rete

Proto-Dakota *(i-)čheté

Lakota čheté ‘bottom of vessel’ EJ , ičhéte ‘lip or rim of vessel’ EJ

Dakota ćeté , †čheté ‘bottom of a vessel’ SRR:99b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *(i-)réte

Otoe iréǰe ‘bottom of a kettle’ JDH

Hoocąk réeč ‘bottom’ KM:2591 , reec

Proto-Dhegiha *(i-)réte

Omaha-Ponca íthede , †íðede ‘corner of mouth’ MAS:123

Kanza/Kaw yéǰe ‘peninsula, inside bend of a stream’ JOD

Osage thédsewaçpe , †ðéce- ‘dregs, sediment’ LF:143a

General comment

This term behaves phonologically as if it were an inalienably possessed noun in Dakotan, Proto-Siouan *r > *y > čh following possessive *i-. In this instance however, the i- may actually be derived from ‘mouth’, q.v., as in Hidatsa.

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