A Lexicon of Modern Mohegan: The Dialect of Jits Bodunaxa by Julian Granberry

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Meat [Source: Diary I; Noyes 'weyous'] see also biyox wiyosiboyj noun (wi·yo·'si·boyj) lwiyosiboyjl [weousiboige] soup (Der. wiyos 'meat'+ boyj 'porridge') [Source: Diary 1] wiyot noun (wi·yot') /wiyotl [weyout] fire [Source: Diary 1, Sermon; Stiles 'yewt'] wizig- verb (wi·'zig-) /wizig-1 [wheezig-] afraid (be) [Source: Diary 2) wizu- verb (wi·'zu-) /wiz~l [wezer-] named (be) [Source: Diary 1, 2] wizuwaog noun (wi·'zu·wang) lwiz:JWangl [wezerwong] name (Der. wodkw:1nsl [woodqunch] wood for the fire wojuwas noun (wo·'ju·was) /woj:JWasl [woojerwas] fly [Source: Diary 2] womban noun (wom·'ban) /wombanl [womban] 1.

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Over [Source: Diary 2] waji particle (wa·'ji) /waji/ [wogge] [woggey] 1. in order that; 2. in order to; 3. so that [Source: Diary 1, Sermon] wajian- verb (wa·'ji-an-) /wajian-1 [wodgian-] have. Ex. wajianu m [wodgianum] /wajian-:ml'he has' [Source: Diary 1] wambayo particle (wam·ba·'yo) /wambayo/ [wombayoh] [wombeyoh] white [Source: Diary I; Stiles 'wumbiou'] wambiy- verb (wam·biy'-) /wambiy-1 [wombey-] come. Ex. wang/ [wong] I. also; 2. and; 3. too [Source: Diary Stiles] -(u)w- infix (-(u)w) 1-(u)w/ [-(u)w-] an infix connective [Source: Diary 1' Sermon, Tale] -(u)w pronominal suffix (-[u]w) 1-(~)w/ [-uw] 1.

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