mmccaffe at indiana.edu
Tue Nov 23 16:01:37 UTC 2004
It's difficult not to see some sort of similarity between that an
Proto-Algonquian /kinliwa/ 'golden eagle', a term where that /-l-/ went to
/t/ in some languages, such as Fox /kitiwa/ and Miami-Illinois /kintiwa/.
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, R. Rankin wrote:
> There are a couple of 'hawk' terms reconstructible in Proto-Siouan. *kyetaN is
> one of them. The Dhegiha cognate set is from intermediate *kretaN. I've left
> off accent 'cause I can't remember off the top of my head where it is, but I
> think it's on the 1st syllable, so it may have a long V. This term seems to
> have been a common medium sized raptor.
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> From: "REGINA PUSTET" <pustetrm at yahoo.com>
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> Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 7:48 AM
> Subject: Re: bird.
> > How does Lakota chetaN 'hawk' fit into the overall scenario?
> > Regina
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