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Aleut RavenNii}u}im Tunugan Ilakuchangis
Introduction to Atkan Aleut
Grammar and Lexicon

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ALEUT- ENGLISH
DICTIONARY

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ADJUNCT

Hlam adaa haqaku{. The boy's father comes.

Adaa haqaku{. His father comes.

Asxinus anaa haqaku{. The mother of the girls comes.

Anangis haqaku{ (or haqakus). Their mother comes.

Taya}um hlangis awakus. The man's sons are working.

Hlangis awakus. His sons are working.

Ayagas asxinungis halukus. The women's daughters are sewing.

Asixinugis halukus. Their daughters are sewing.

 

Adang my father

Adangin (Adamas) our father

Hlaning my sons

Hlangin (Hlamas) our son or sons

Anaan your (one's) mother

Anachix your (several's) mother

Asxinut your daughters

Asxinuchix your daughter or daughters

Hla{ adaan kiduku{. The boy is helping his (own) father. (adaam = adaan)

Adaan kiduku{. He is helping his (own) father.

Taya}u{ hlam adaa kiduku{. The man is helping the boy's father.

Hlam adaa kiduku{. He is helping the boy's father.

Taya}um adaa kidukuu. The man is helping his (the boy's father).

Adaa kidukuu. He is helping his (the other one's) father.

Hlam adaa taya}u{ kiduku{. The boy's father is helping the man.

Hlam adagan kidukuu. The boy's father is helping him.

Adagan kidukuu. His father is helping him (him also: the son)

Piitra{ taya}um hlangis kiduku{. Peter is helping the man's sons.

Piitram hlangis kidukuu. Peter is helping his sons.

Piitra{ hlas adaa kiduku{. Peter is helping the father of the boys.

Piitram adangis kidukungis. Peter is helping their father.

Adangin kidukungis. Their father is helping them (the sons).

Taya}um hlangis kidukuq. I am helping the man's sons.

Hlangis kidukung. I am helping his sons.

Hlas adaa kidukuq. I am helping the father of the boys.

Andangis kidukuning. I am helping their father.

Adang taya}u{ kiduku{. My father is helping the man.

Adang kidukuu. My father is helping him.

Anaan ayaga{ kiduku{. Your mother is helping the woman.

Anamis kidukuu. Your mother is helping her.

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