nine

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Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan [old reconstruction only]

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *kšą́hka (?)

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere ʔšą́khe ‘nine’ RR , θą́khe ‘nine’ RTC

Proto-Dhegiha *šą́hka

Omaha-Ponca šą́kka ‘nine’ RR , šǫ́kka ‘nine’ RTC

Kanza/Kaw šą́kka ‘nine’ RR

Osage šą́hka ‘nine, archaic, card game’ RR

Quapaw šąkka ‘nine’ RR

Proto-Southeastern *kišą́•hka (?)

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo

Biloxi tckanĕ´ , †čkané ‘nine’ D&S:265

Ofo kî´shtAshga , †kíštəška ‘nine’ , kĭ´ctạcga , †kíštəška ‘nine’ D&S:325b

Proto-Tutelo-Saponi

Tutelo tça; sā, sāñ, ksañk, ksāhkai, kasankai, ksākai , †kisą́•hkai ‘nine’ N, HH , ksäⁿhk‘ , †kisą́•hkai ‘nine’ HW , sęk‘ , †kisą́•hkai ‘nine’ ES , kseⁿk , †kisą́•hkai ‘nine’ LJF , kiséⁿg, kisén , †kisą́•hkai ‘two’ LJF

General comment

The recorded Chiwere forms imply different underlying sibilants. Proto-Siouan

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