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Abenakis language achi ADJECTIVES akwobabit akwobtak alagimguak alemos alnoba animate Askua Asma Asmaji asolkwon Awani basket brother canoe chebenozik commencing by kizi Conditional Mood dog would bite Eh Eh Eh father Finite Conjugation hadst Imperative Mood imperfect tense inanimate indefinite conjugation Indian Indicative Mood island Kagui Kakaswi kasatgua kasinska kasonkaw kasta Kchi kisokw kisos kizi &c lake love thee Mdala Micmac moni N'kizi N'namiho n'wajonemo N'wajono Namito nawa Nguedatgua Nguedoz nijia nikwobi Nisinska taba niuna Noliwi nouns Nsozek numbers o'clock O'da O'daaba odanak onkoh paami past definite Perhaps pita pluperfect tenses plur Plural present tense river saw &c Second Future seen &c sibo signifies silki sister snow shoes sold Subjunctive Mood taba nolan taba pazekw Tabaldak Thou hast &c Thou wouldst Tobawoz Toni verb waji wajonawi wajonem wajonok weji wibguigek Wobi Wskebi Wskebiba Wskebiji wski Wzomi
Page 212 - IOWA, i'o-wah, the French form of an Indian word, signifying "the drowsy," or the "sleepy ones;" a Sioux name of the Pahoja or " Gray -snow
Page 177 - I am loved, thou art loved, he is loved ; we are loved, you are loved, they are loved.
Page 160 - I, though you see him every day. — Do not think that I am angry with him, because his father has offended me. — Oh ! here he is coming (eccolo che viene) ; you may tell him all yourself. SEVENTIETH LESSON. Lezione settantesima. THE SUBJUNCTIVE CONTINUED. IMPERFECT OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE. If I had, if thou hadst, if he had. If we had, if you had, if they had. S' io avessi, se tu avessi, s
Page 105 - It is sultry. There is a very thick fog. When the sun appears it will disperse it. I see the rainbow. They say it is a sign of fine weather. Not always, because it sometimes rains many days after. The weather was very cloudy this morning, but it begins to clear up.
Page 19 - January. February. March. April. May. June. July. August. September. October. November. December. The days of the week; the work´ng days.
Page 205 - Whites, who not understanding these words, pronounced them in the best way they could and spelled them accordingly, but, in most cases, with such incorrectness that they have rendered many of them altogether incomprehensible, and thereby impossible to discover their true signification.
Page 26 - The seams. The buttons. The button-holes. ^ The lining. The trimming. . The collar. A cloak. A girdle. A great coat.
Page 148 - Qu'ils n'aient pas eu, 1. that he may not have. that we may not have, that you may not have, that they may not have. that I may not have had.