end, finish > last (2)

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Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-hą́ke

Proto-Dakota *-hąke

Lakota ihą́ke ‘to end, the end’ RTC , ihą́keta ‘at the end, at the last’ EB:216a

Dakota iháŋke , †ihą́ke ‘end, termination’ SRR:184b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere ihą́gita ‘end’ GM

Proto-Dhegiha *ohą́•ke

Omaha-Ponca uhoⁿge , †ohą́ge ‘end’ MAS:69

Kanza/Kaw ǫhǫ́•ge ‘end of something’ RR

Osage uhoⁿ´ge , †ohǫ́ke ‘end of anything, head of stream, borders, edges’ LF:170b

Quapaw ohǫ́ke ‘end’ JOD

General comment

The Kanza/Kaw form suggests vowel length here. Data for the other languages represented come from sources that do not record length.

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