weave (1)

physical_contact_manipulation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *-sų́-tE

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa *-cutE

Crow chúshi, dat- ‘whip’ RG

Hidatsa cutE, pá- ‘sew’ J , cutE, nak- ‘whip, braid’ J

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-zų́-tE

Proto-Dakota *-zų́tA

Lakota zų́ta, pa- ‘sew or run up at the sides some distance from the edge e.g. of leggings, to lace’ EB:438 , zų́ta, yu- ‘make honest; to make them better men.’ EB:657 , zųta, ayá- ‘connect or weave together, as in talking’ EB:103 , zųta, waká- ‘weave’ EB:528

Dakota kazóŋta , †kazų́ta ‘weave, twist in as in making baskets or snowshoes’ SRR:274a

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere wa•ðų́ǰe ‘sew’ RR

Proto-Dhegiha *-zą́te

Omaha-Ponca †gazą́de ‘plait’

Kanza/Kaw ząje, íba- ‘lace up with, fasten shut’ RR , zą́je, íną- ‘shelter in, take refuge in, flee to’ RR

Osage gaçóⁿdse , †kazą́ce ‘braid, weave, plait’ LF:43b

Quapaw zą́tte, ka- ‘weave, braid’ RR , zǫ́tte, íba- ‘lace up, as a pack’ RR

General comment

The root *sų occurs in MVS with both voiceless and voiced fricatives, cf. Chiwere wa•θų́ǰesew’ RR, †mą́θųǰe , máthunje ‘weave a web’ JGT92-277.

Chiwere waną́θuǰe ‘weave’ JDH/RR.

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