moloqahkomikhike

verb ai 9
s/he banks house with earth, snow, brush, etc.; s/he makes form out of logs or sod to retain banking; s/he piles dirt high retaining it so that it will not wash away
Plural : moloqahkomikhikhotuwok
Verb Stem : -moloqahkomikhike-
Changed Verb Stem : meloqahkomikhike-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Nit-te ehtekpon wikuwamsis pahkak. Nwewitahatomon nit neke moloqahkomikhike. Nit 'totoli-pisewotuniya psi-keq. There had been an outhouse out back. I remember that that was where they got the dirt for banking. Then they filled up the hole with all kinds of stuff. (ID)
Wot-ona wen etoli-moloqahkomikhiket? And who is this banking the house?
Mecimiw moloqahkomikhikhotuwok skitapiyik tan ci mace-tkeyik. The men used to bank the houses when the weather got cold.
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