groove

verb physical_contact_deformation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *-skí•tE

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa

Hidatsa -cki•tE, na- ‘cut, clip off’ [rka] J , -cki•tE, pá- ‘tightly fitting, constricting’ J , -ckí•tE, nú- ‘tighten’ J

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-skita

Proto-Dakota

Lakota skíta ‘tied, bound, fastened, as a child on a board’ EB:456 , -škíta, wa- ‘make notches, to cut across, gash’ EB:552 , -škíškita, wa- ‘cut much, gash; to make an edge toothed, as a feather’ EB:552 , -škita, ičá- ‘cut a little gash in, to cut notches’ EB:203 , -škíškita, ka- ‘mark in equal lengths for cutting’ EB:291

Dakota kaskíta ‘press, clasp, embrace’ SRR:266b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere wathgije ‘groove by rubbing, bearing, pressing’ DOR, JGT:156

Proto-Dhegiha *-skíta

Kanza/Kaw báskida ‘cut or saw a groove around sth.’ RR , baskída ‘plane a groove around a surface.’ RR , büskída ‘groove, to press around edge’ JOD, RR , gaskída ‘notch, cut a notch in sth.’ RR , nąskída ‘bind tightly, e.g. splints, machine grooves’ JOD, RR , yüskída ‘mark, make a mark with the hands.’ RR

Osage çki´-da , †skíta ‘gap in a ridge’ LF:31b

Quapaw -skítta, di- ‘dent, tie tightly leaving mark’ RR

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