verb ti 28
s/he tastes it; s/he eats it unintentionally along with something else s/he is eating
Prefixed Verb Stem : -nospotom-
Unprefixed Verb Stem : spotom-
Changed Verb Stem : nespotom-
Verb Stem With Preverb : -nspotom-, -spotom-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Wasis nospotomon piltal tokec micit etoli-pqonekiyaskil linomonhikonossisol, kosona psi-te tama tekki-memotok linomonhikon 'pokkonaqotomon. A child will ingest lead if he eats flakes of paint or paint dust that has fallen on the floor, or if he gnaws at paint as far up as he can reach.
Nkisi-nspotomon amsqahs wolaku cuspesey. I tried porpoise meat for the first time yesterday.
Mesq-ote apc nospotomuwon otuhkey tuciw nit neket nmihtaqs api-kotunket. I haven't tasted deer meat again since that time my father went hunting.
Notes : (see also 't-oqettomon)
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Audio Recordings :

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