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" They will by that time have nearly done granting (favors) from a distance to thee and to me. "
Pre-historic America - Page 6
by Jean-François-Albert du Pouget marquis de Nadaillac - 1885 - 566 pages
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Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 2

United States - 1836 - 573 pages
...word : Wi-ni-taw-ti-ge-gi-na-li-skaw-lung-ta-naw-ne-li-ti-se-sti ; which may be rendered in English, ' They will by that time have nearly done granting (favors) from a distance to thee and to me.' The following peculiarities also exist. Every syllable in the language ends with a vowel sound. There...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: the founder of the state of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - Puritans - 1834 - 437 pages
...are often extended. The word is, Winitaw'tigeginaliskawlungtanawneli'tisesti, which may be rendered, "They will by that time have nearly done granting [favors] from a distance to thee and to me." This word is uuDu Ponceau, of Philadelphia, who has studied the native dialects with great diligence...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: The Founder of the State of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - Rhode Island - 1834 - 437 pages
...extended. The word is, Winitaw'tigeginaliskawlungtanawneli'tisesti, which may be rendered, "They willby that time have nearly done granting [favors] from a distance to thee and to me." This word is unDu Ponceau, of Philadelphia, who has studied the native dialects with great diligence...
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Archaelogia Americana, Volume 2

American Antiquarian Society - United States - 1836
...: IVi-ni-taw-ti-ge-gi-na- li-skaw-lung-ta-naw-ne-li-ti-se-sti ; which may be rendered in English, ' They will by that time have nearly done granting (favors) from a distance to thee and to me.' The following peculiarities also exist. Every syllable in the language ends with a vowel sound. There...
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Transactions of the American Ethnological Society, Volume 1

America - 1845
...longest word in the Cherokee is Wi-ni-taw-ti-ge-gi-na-li-skaw-lung-ta-naw-ne-li-ti-se-sti, . which means, " they will by that time have nearly done granting (favors) from a distance to thee and to me." But this is clearly a word made by a missionary, not at all in common use, and which shows only that...
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Greece, ancient and modern, lects, Volume 1

Cornelius Conway Felton - 1867
...has seventeen syllables, — Wi-ni-tanti-ge-gi-na-li-skaw-lung-ta-nan-ne-li-ti-se-sti, — meaning " They will by that time have nearly done granting favors from a distance to me and thee." In the Aztec, the words are, if not of learned length, at least of thundering sound....
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Greece, Ancient and Modern: Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell ..., Volume 1

Cornelius Conway Felton - Greece - 1867
...has seventeen syllables, — Wi-ni-tanti-ge-gi-na-li-skaw-lung-ta-nan-ne-li-ti-se-sti, — meaning " They will by that time have nearly done granting favors from a distance to me and thee." In the Aztec, the words are, if not of learned length, at least of thundering sound....
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Indian Myths: Or, Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of ...

Ellen Russell Emerson - Comparative civilization - 1884 - 677 pages
...the longest word he had found in Cherokee, wini-do-di-ge-gi-na-li-sko-to-ta-no-ne-li-di-se-sti, — " They will by that time have nearly done granting [favors] from a distance to thee and to me." This word was analyzed by him in the following manner : — Wi conveys the idea of distance ; nt, that...
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Pre-historic America, tr. by N. D'Anvers, ed. by W. H. Dall

Jean François A. S. Du Pouget (marq. de Nadaillac.) - 1885
...Pritchard, "Natural History of Man," 4th edition, vol. II., p. 496. "Gallatin ("Trans. Am. Ethn. Soc.,"vol. I.)defines a polysynthetic language as one in which...together without changing their construction. Ameghino in his"Antiguedad del Hombre," vol. I., p. 7&, says: " casi todas las lenguas Americanas son polisilabicas...
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The American Catholic Historical Researches: 1885, Volumes 2-5

Martin Ignatius Joseph Griffin, William Leo Joseph Griffin - Catholics - 1885
...with writing oil it." In the Cherokee language the word Winitawtgeginaliskawlungtauawnelitise«ti, means " They will by that time have nearly done granting (favors) from a distance to tliee and to me." In the Qquiclina, a Peruvian language, the word Mananccallabycucullahuancupasraocchu,...
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