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Extra vocabulary posited for Kibülʌiṅ

listed without all the derivations they'd surely have. N.b. Kib pasts are sometimes analogical and ahistorical.

  • fusup "to stand"
  • haunpa "to raise, lift" or perhaps "to rise". Kib past < -içn
  • ksatçr in the vicinity of "breathe"?
  • liamah "stone"
  • niŋux "grub, insect larva". perhaps my niŋux-laha "grub (eating) beast = sun bear" is orig. too?
  • ŋapnx "to scare", intensive 2nd augment "to threaten". Kib past < -içn
  • paçti "to begin". Kib past < -içn
  • pklta "hill"
  • psiaŋn ~"to speak publicly". Kib past < -nt
  • slakis ~"tip, point"
  • tanlm "to flee". Kib past < -hui

Extra vocabulary posited for Lotoka

  • aŋli "to stay, remain". Lot past < -içn
  • çuçpa ~water (the Lot derivative includes a collective suffix)
  • çusa(r) or içus "to carry" -- cf. Lot baløša "water buffalo" < *palaç-çusar ("horn-bearer")
  • fimnu ~"imitate" (or simply "similar")
  • himtu "tide, wave"
  • kçita "high; deep"
  • kifm "grain" (might be a dialectal variant of kiuxŋ "flower")
  • ktihnu "to work, strive for". Lot past < -nt
  • lami ~"to burn" (intr.) -- cf. Lot lamy "incense" < *lami-r-u (a participle in υ-phase)
  • maxpa "low; shallow"
  • maçmf ??? (the γ-infinitive means "millet" in Lot)
  • mhuçi "bird"
  • mifŋ "to leave, go away". Lot past < -içn
  • mraŋu "characteristic property"
  • niha ~"water"
  • nixuka "chicken"
  • ŋafi "maybe"
  • ŋalu "noodles"
  • ŋulxa "bamboo"
  • palaç "horn" -- cf. Lot baløša "water buffalo" < *palaç-çusar ("horn-bearer")
  • pani "tusk, fang" (or maybe just "tooth of an animal")
  • phaçi ~"specific"
  • pikr "to enter, arrive". Lot past < -itç, but a resultative derivation in < -xai also exists
  • ptusa "lotus, water lily"
  • pxuçu "falcon, predatory bird"
  • saiŋr ~"certain"
  • sikçu "spice, herb"
  • sila "silk" (or maybe just ~"smooth")
  • siŋa ??? (cf. Lot šyŋø "zebu"; but that species might be native to Lotoka and not Mrisaŋfa)
  • suta "to have an impact on". Lot past is analogical; there is a resultative derivation in < içn
  • txahu "night"
  • xuŋkuç "also, additionally"