naskanaqot

verb ii 16
(part of body, etc.) it looks to be in poor condition; (situation, etc.) it looks discouraging
Verb Stem : naskanaqot-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Eci-naskanaqahk npihtin kisi-ptosusi welaqik. My hand doesn't look good where I cut myself last night.
U, kat-op naskanaqotu. Tan-op-al? Oh, that would be no problem. How could it be? (MT)
Nkistehsihpon neqt pihce, ewasisuwiyan, etuci-te naskanaqahk nkat. I fell once long ago when I was a kid, and my leg looked as if it might not heal. (GR)
Naskanaqot komac wot wasis 'pihtin. This child's hand doesn't look good.
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