twist (3)

physical_contact_deformation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *wirį́, *wí•rį

Proto-Crow-Hidatsa *-wi•re

Crow mmiili, dú- ‘turn, twist, braid’ GG:44 , wiili, dúu- ‘turn, twist, braid’ GG:45 , ímmiili ‘circle’ GG:88

Hidatsa wi•re, nú- ‘twist, wind, wring’ J , wi•re, ná- ‘turn it with teeth, mouth’ J , wi•re, pá- ‘turn by pushing’ J , wí•re, ara- ‘has heels twisted, twist with heel’ J , wí•re, naka- ‘bend by leaning against, stagger, slant, set off center, sway’ J

Pre-Mandan *-wrį

Mandan ikáwirį , †ikáwįrį ‘be twisted’ H:303 , irúwirį , †irúwįrį ‘to wind, twist’ H:303

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *-wrį́

Proto-Dakota

Lakota mní, na- ‘turn back when going on a journey it is used with verbs’ EB:350 , mnímni, na- ‘swing, e.g. one’s blanket’ EB:351 , mní, yu- ‘turn round e.g. a crank’ EB:644 , mnímni, yu- ‘turn round and round, to whirl’ EB:644 , mníomni, wa- ‘a whirlwind, a hurricane; a whirlpool; a small worm or pupa, a cocoon’ EB:536 , mníyeya, ya- ‘turn or change the course or plan of one by speaking to or with’ EB:624 , mnímni, ka- ‘hang loosely, dangle; to swing, as a blanket in the wind’ EB:283

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere *prį́

Chiwere ubrį́ ‘twist’ JGT:265 , ubrín

Hoocąk pį́nį, hiru- ‘twist, v.tr. & intr.’ KM:1059 , hirupįnį ‘roll, v.intr’ KM:1545 , pį́nį, howa- ‘put out to dry, spread to dry on a surface’ KM:3453 , howapįnį ‘be twisted continuously’ KM:937 , pį́nį, waru- , warupįnį , pįnįpį́nį, hikirú- , hikirupįnįpįnį

Proto-Dhegiha *rü-brį́

Kanza/Kaw blį́, yü- ‘twist or turn something around’ RR

Quapaw bdí, ódi- ‘spiral motion’ JOD

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