Illustration Of The Method Of Recording Indian Languages eBook

Albert Samuel Gatschet
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ga[n][c][a]-biam[a].|N[i]aci[n]ga| [c]i[n]’  |[)i][n]’ta[n]| 
wished     they say.|   Person    |the mv. ob.|     now     |
|w[i]ta[n][c]i[n]|b[c][e]|t[a]|mi[n]ke,|e
[c][/e]ga[n]-biam[/a]. | I-first | I go | will| I who, | thought they say.
Ha[n]’ega[n]c[)e]’-qtci|p[/a]ha[n]-bi |ega[n]’|a[c][/a]-biam[/a].|
Morning        very|arose they say|having | went    they say.|
|C[)i]|[/e]gi[c]e|n[/i]kaci[n]ga| am[/a]
|Again|    it    |   person     |the mv.
happened                  sub.
s[/i]g[c]e|a[c][/a]-bit[/e]am[/a].|[/E]gi[c]e|ak[/i]-bi
am[/a].| trail | had gone, they say. | It came | he reached | to pass home they say.
| G[/a]-biam[/a]:|[k]a[n]h[/a],|w[/i]ta[n][c]i[n]|b[c][/e]      6
|Said as follows,|   grand-    |     I-first     |  I go
they say:         mother,
a[k][/i]daxe|ct[)e]wa[n]’|n[/i]kaci[n]ga|w[/i][n]’| a[n]’aqai | 
I make   | in spite   |    person    |   one   |  getting  |     
for myself    of it                               ahead of me
|a[c]a[/i] te a[n]’.|[K]a[n]h[/a],|u[k][/i]a[n][c]e 
|    he has gone.   | Grandmother |    snare
d[/a]xe|t[/a]|minke,|k[)i]|b[c][/i]ze|t[/a]|mi[n]ke
|h[)a].|[A]ta[n]| I make| will|I who,| and | I take | will| I who | . | Why | it him
|ja[n]’|tada[n]’,|[a]-biam[a]
|  you | should? |   said,
do it            they say
wa`[u]ji[n]ga|aka.|N[/i]aci[n]ga|i[c][/a]t&rsquo
;ab[c][/e]|h[)a],| old woman |the | Person | I hate him | . | sub.
|[/a]-biam[/a].|K[)i]|mactci[n]’ge|a[c][a]-    9
|    said,     | And |   rabbit    |  went
they say.
biam[a].|A[c][a]-bi|[k][)i]|c[)i]|s[i]g[c]e|
[c][e]t[e]am[a].| they | Went they | when |again| trail | had gone. | say. say
|[K][)i]|ha[n]’|t[)e]|i[c][a]pe|ja[n]’-biam[a].
|  And  |night | the |  waiting | lay they say.
for
Man’d[)e]-[k]a[n]|[c]a[n]|uk[i]nacke|gax[a
]-biam[
a],|k[)i]|s[i]g[c]e| bow string | the | noose | he made it | and | trail | ob. they say,
|[c][e]-hna[n]|t[)e]|[)e]’di|i[c]a[n]’[c]a-
|    went      | the | there | he put it
habitually
biam[a].|[E]gi[c]e|ha[n]’+ega[n]-tc[)e]&rs
quo;-qtci|u[k][i]a[n][c]e|[c]a[n]| they say.| It came | morning very| snare | the | to pass ob.
|gi[t]a[n]’be|ah[i]-biam[a]. |[E]gi[c]e    12
|   to see   |arrived they say.| It came
his own                       to pass
mi[n]’|[c]a[n]|[c]iz[e]|ak[a]ma.|Ta[n]&rsq
uo;[c]i[n]-qtci|u[c][a]| sun |the cv.| taken | he had, | Running very| to tell| ob. they say.
|ag[c][a]-biam[a].|[K]a[n]h[a]|[)i]nd[a]d
a[n] |went homeward, | Grand- | what
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