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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Hill, Jane H (2005). A Grammar of Cupeno: Chapter 4.

URL: http://dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~charleslin/indv101/readings/cupeno/chapter4.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-27).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2476&langcode=cup (2018-07-16).

 

Example #1:

    b. chem-tewa$h
    1PL-LOSE
    "We lost"
Example #2:

    c. pe-ya-qal
    3S-SAY-PIS
    "He was saying"
Example #3:

    d. pem-chal-wen
    3PL-HUSK-PIPL
    "They used to husk"
Example #4:

    c. het-pe-yax
    CROUCH-3S-YAX
    "He crouched"
Example #5:

    d. nam-pem-yax-wen
    CROSS-3PL-YAX-PIPL
    "They used to cross"
Example #6:

    b. axwe-ch-i=m      pulinyi-sh aput-evet        nganga-qa
    ODEM-NPN-O=MIR BABY-NPN ALREADY-SINCE CRY-PRS
    "That baby has been crying for a long time." (6 87 96)
Example #7:

    b. Pe-$huun-i pi=kulu-lu-pe-n-ngiy
    3S-HEART-O 3SO=DRAG-DUP-3S-IN-MOTG
    "He went away dragging his heart." (RN Creation 123) (direct object)
Example #8:

    d. hix-qal=en
    SAY-PRS=1SABS
    "I say" (Faye Images 221 22 098)
Example #9:

    huqapi-qat-im.
    SCALP-IF-PL
    "And it is said that he and his mother came back in order to scalp the heads."
Example #10:

    d. maan=en meqni-qat=ne         suqa-t-i
    LET=1SABS KILLi-IF=1SERG DEER-NPN-O
    "Let me kill a deer." (2 65 349)
Example #11:

    b. Xwaan mamayew-nash-qat
    JUAN HELP-FIS-IF
    "Juan is going to be helping." (J 59 191)
Example #12:

    b. Emay=ne=pe i=sex-in."
    NOW=1S=IRR      2SO=BURN-IN
    "Now I will burn you." (Coyote and Daughter 059)
Example #13:

    b. kape-lape-yax-we
    OPEN-LDUP-YAX-PRES.STAT
    "It is cracked" (1 59 131)
Example #14:

    d. Nenewene-m!
    GO.AROUND.IMP-PL
    "Go around, all of you!"
Example #15:

    b. Qay hish pe-wen crackers.
    NOT WHAT 3S-BE.THERE CRACKERS
    "There were no crackers." (Faye Texts 78 fp 0996)
Example #16:

    b. hiwen-ax-am!
    STAND-YAX. PL
    "Stand!" (2 23 284)
Example #17:

    d. Chem=esh papaviqa
    1PLPRO=1PLABS THIRSTY
    "We are thirsty." (4 67 49)
Example #18:

    b. piis=am atire kilyisi-we
    FLOOR=MIR VERY SLIPPERY-PRST
    "The floor is slippery." (7 97 117)
Example #19:

    b. ne-naqma=am pi-yayax
    1S-HEAR=MIR 3S-TRY
    "Of course I heard it." (J 31 127)