put in, fill, plant

verb physical_contact_manipulation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *ó•-šu

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa *ó•še•

Crow óošii ‘dip, scoop’ GG:52

Hidatsa ó•še• ‘plant, pour’ J

Pre-Mandan *ó_su + hre ‘pour + causative’

Mandan ósuhereʔš ‘he pours it’ H:219

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *ó-žu

Proto-Dakota *o-žú

Lakota ožú ‘plant’ RTC , žu ‘put, place’ RTC

Dakota ožú ‘plant, put in ground’ SRR:401a

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *(wa)-óžu

Chiwere óyu, wó•yu ‘container’ RR

Hoocąk hožú ‘plant, put in’ KM:1591 , hožu

Proto-Dhegiha *óžü

Omaha-Ponca ují , †oží ‘planted’

Kanza/Kaw óžü ‘plant, put many small objects into’ RR

Osage úzhu , †óžü ‘to plant’ LF:306b

Quapaw óži ‘fill, plant’ RR

Proto-Southeastern

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo

Biloxi utcú , †u-čú ‘plant’ D&S:266b , tcu, tcudi , †u-čú ‘put, plant’ D&S:266a

General comment

The problematic Crow/Hidatsa forms may derive from PProto-Crow-Hidatsa *o-šu-hre, i.e. a formation with the causative directly comparable to that found in Mandan.

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