Cree Hymn Book (Google eBook)

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Methodist Mission Rooms, 1888 - Cree language - 153 pages
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Page 1 - " is absorbed by the syllable, while that of "o" is affixed. Written in Roman characters the word ЛРлЯ-<> will illustrate: pe-kis-kwaoo; "w" is within the syllable, and "oo" is affixed to it. The value of ",*" which appendage must be placed after the syllable it affects, is always absorbed except in the case of V-, Д-, >. <b n which, though " ? " is affixed in position, its value is prefixed.
Page 2 - Д-ЛР"Я' = w-p-kiskwoo, he wishes to speak. It will be noticed that there are quantities between V and <], v and <; &c., less full than thDse given in the Alphabet.
Page 1 - ... o" is affixed. Written in Roman characters the word ЛР"Я-0 will illustrate : ре-kis-kwoo ; " w" is within the syllable, and "oo" is affixed to it. The value of " -," which appendage must be placed after the syllable it affects, is always absorbed except in the ease of V-, A-, 0-, O-, in which, though " " is affixed in position, its value is prefixed.
Page 1 - I<-<AW-WO.L 11 = the rough breathing, or aspirate, as in A"d, ashes. * = a combination of " and ч that > is, of the aspirate and k, as in г^Л*, at the river. -> 5 = r, as in b'"'.

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