warm (2)

perceptual

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *štútE

Proto-Dakota

Lakota štúṫa ‘thawed, warmed’ EB:468a

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *štúte

Chiwere stuǰe ‘warm and well fed’ LWR:28 , štúštuǰe ‘smooth’ GM

Hoocąk taaščúč ‘warm, warm up’ KM:2926 , šjuuc, taašjuc

Proto-Dhegiha *štǘte

Omaha-Ponca shtide , †štide MAS:184

Kanza/Kaw ščǘǰe ‘comfortable’ JOD

Osage shtíde , †šcǘce ‘warm in the hands’ [stative] LF:134b

Quapaw štítte ‘warm, comfortably’ JOD

General comment

Osage should have -ds-; -d- is presumably La Flesche’s native Ponca interfering. Cf. Dakota ṡtunya, stuta ‘thaw out the frost’ (Wm 243-a) which shows variant derivations and are related indirectly. Biloxi itcĭ´tcokí ‘a comforter’ (DS-200b) is not clearly relatable at present.

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