twist (1)

verb physical_contact_deformation

Proto-Siouan-Catawba

Proto-Siouan *pe + *wrį

Proto-Mississipi-Valley *péwrį

Proto-Dakota

Lakota pemní ‘warped, twisted’ EB:441b , pemni, iyá- ‘wrap around, wind up in’ EB:252 , pémni, na- ‘twist of itself’ EB:353 , pémni, wa- ‘make crooked or twisted by shaving’ EB:548 , pemni, waká- ‘twist, to swing e.g. a lasso’ EB:526 , pémni, wo- ‘turn aside or twist by blowing or shooting’ EB:607 , pémni, ya- ‘twist, turn or make crooked with the mouth’ EB:625 , pémni, yu- ‘twist, make warp, as a board.’ EB:647 , pémnimni, yu- ‘warp, crook, twist.’ EB:647

Dakota pemní ‘warp, twist’ SRR:419b

Proto-Hoocąk-Chiwere

Chiwere anáwebrin , †anáwebrį ‘twisted together’ JGT:266

Otoe anáwedhin , †anáweðį ‘twisted together’ JGT:266

Proto-Dhegiha *pébrį

Omaha-Ponca thibethiⁿ , †ðibeðį ‘twisted’ MAS:178 , bébðį , †ðibeðį

Kanza/Kaw yübéblį ‘twist until coarse between hand and knee’ RR , béblį, bü- ‘twist something with the hands’ JOD, RR , béblį, yü- RR

Osage thibébthiⁿ , †ðüpébrį ‘twist’ LF:144b

Quapaw bibébni ‘twist, roll with the palms’ RR , dibébnį ‘twist with the hands’ RR

Proto-Southeastern

Proto-Biloxi-Ofo

Biloxi apĕní, apĕ´ni , †apenį ‘go around’ D&S:174a

Ofo atubanī´tci , †-baní•- ‘twist, wrap up’ JSS

Proto-Tutelo-Saponi

Tutelo waqópenĭ , †-penį ‘twist, as a cord’ HW

General comment

Tutelo waxu• ‘string, cord’.

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