ewotapilom, awotapilom, awotiyapilom

verb ai 7
s/he goes back and forth bringing or taking water
Plural : ewotapilomuhtuwok, awotapilomuhtuwok, awotiyapilomuhtuwok
Verb Stem : -ewotapilom-, -awotapilom-, -awotiyapilom-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Kakehs wen luhse ewotapilok on yaka 'possonpan kci-malihki. One has to go back and forth many times fetching water before the big barrel is full.
Naka piwsokul, naka wen 'tahcuwi iyey ewotapilomon. And wood, and someone would have to lug water. (LB)
On-oc 'taliyan Sipayik, 'taliksawan, 'tewotapilomon, 'possiktihikan, wisuwonikan, psi kal-ote keq. And he would go around Sipayik sawing wood, lugging water, splitting wood, cleaning house, just about everything. (RM)
Notes : (also, esuwapilom)
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Audio Recordings :

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word Dolly
example Dolly