mockuwal

verb ta 36
s/he affects h/ badly; s/he holds h/ in lewd manner; (inverse forms; garment) s/he looks bad on h/, s/he doesn't suit h/
Verb Stem : -mockuw-
Changed Verb Stem : meckuw-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Tan-op-al ktolkuwiniya nil muhuleq? — Kmockulponc Espons, ipocol nilun msiw psuliminok. How would you affect me if I were to eat you? — We'd be bad for you, Raccoon, because we are all chokeberries. (LM)
Mockakul 'tahtulhawiyil. His shirt is unflattering. His shirt doesn't suit him (e.g., he is too old to be wearing that style).
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Audio Recordings :

Audio Recording Type of Recording Authored by
example Stephanie
word Stephanie
example Dolly
word Dolly