verb ai 1
s/he crosses over, goes across, gets across (to other side)
Plural : ksokassultuwok
Prefixed Verb Stem : -kosokassi-
Unprefixed Verb Stem : ksokassi-
Changed Verb Stem : kesokassi-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Nit-te-na mecimi nmuhsums elluhketpon. Ksokassu naka naciptun micuwakon, 'tapaciptun. That's what my grandfather always did. He crossed over and got food, and he brought it back. (BS)
Yutte piliw olomi-ksokassuwa nitap eyultihtit 'kansuhsuwok. Just recently a friend crossed over to where our ancestors are (i.e., he died).
Nita, tan toke 'kisi-ksokassin? Nekom-na koti-wici-epeskome. Uh-oh, now how can he get across? He wants to play ball with the others. (EN)
Olomi-ksokassuwa Can Tokamonuhkik. John has crossed over into Canada.
Notes : (also, qsokassu)
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