verb ta 32
s/he ties h/ up with many knots or strings; s/he tangles h/ up (in string, etc.); s/he winds h/ up (e.g., as spider would do to fly)
Verb Stem : -cihpolopil-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Tan-ote eci-sakoli-cihpolopilut skitap cu-oc uci-kcoskessin. No matter how many ropes (knots) the man is tied up with he manages to release himself.
Amushopihk kelhat amucaluwihil, nokosanaqot-oc nokka-cihpolopilan 'tahpapimok. When a spider traps a fly, she quickly winds it up in her silk.
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Audio Recording Type of Recording Authored by
word Dolly
word Donnell
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