't-iyaliptun, 't-aliptun

verb ti 27
s/he carries it around, takes it around
Prefixed Verb Stem : -iyaliptu-, -aliptu-
Unprefixed Verb Stem : yaliptu-, -aliptu-
Changed Verb Stem : yaliptu-, -aliptu-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Tan-ote wahqapiyay ntiyaliptun manis. Wherever I go I carry a little money.
Kinalokittiyena! Kuhusatop 'taliptun, winasey, psi-te tan keq pawatomon. Holy cow! He had cow head, tripe, everything you want. (RM)
Neket neqt yut eci, iyey, woli-wewitahatom, ntatat nilun tehpu weciyayek, ntolomi-naci, iyey, natsakihtunen kihkan, mecimi-te 'tiyaliptunehpon, iyey, mihqotanossis 'pitsonakonok. Anyway, one time way back when, this I remember very well, uh, just my father and I went; we went to see the garden, and he always carried around a little knife in his pocket. (MB)
Tokec-op yaliptaq manis, kat-op yali-nuhtoqahtehsinu. If he carried a little money around, he wouldn't run short when he goes somewhere.
Ntahcuwi-punomon lapocunhikon yut, weci wen kisi-yaliptaq. I have to put a handle on it here, so that one can carry it around. (JN)
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