leaf (1)

noun plant_part

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *á•pe

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa *á•pa

Crow áapa ‘leaf’ RG, GG:2, RGG:11

Hidatsa á•pa ‘leaf’ J

Pre-Mandan

Mandan ápe ‘leaf’ H:58 , wą́rąʔpe ‘leaves, tea’ RTC

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *ápe

Proto-Dakota *apé

Lakota apé ‘leaf’ RTC

Dakota apé ‘leaf, leaves, blade of grass, fin of fish’ SRR:45b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *á•pe

Chiwere náwe ‘tree leaf’ [< ną́ + áwe] W:235b , ną́•we RR

Hoocąk áap ‘leaf, n.; scale, n. (of fish)’ KM:12 , aap ‘leaf; tea (not brewed)’ KM:2109 , nąąʔáp , nąą’ap

Proto-Dhegiha *ápe

Omaha-Ponca zhoⁿábe , †žǫʔábe ‘tree leaf’ MAS:111

Kanza/Kaw žą́yabe ‘tree leaf’ RR

Osage ábe , †ápe ‘foliage, leaves, leaf’ LF:6a

Quapaw apé ‘leaf’ JOD

Proto-Southeastern

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo *á•phi

Biloxi hápi, hapí, hap , †hapi ‘leaf’ D&S:195a

Ofo ā´p‹i, aphí , †á•phi ‘leaf’ D&S:321a, JSS

Proto-Catawba

Catawba ha ‘tree leaves’ KS , yáp’há FGS

General comment

Ofo aspiration may result from contamination of ‘leaf (1)’ and ‘leaf (2)’.

The Mandan form ‘leaves, tea’ is a compound: :wrą ‘tree’ and apE ‘leaf’.

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