'samaqan, samaqan

noun inanimate
water
Plural : 'samaqanol, samaqanol
Possessed : nossamaqan(um), 'samaqan(um); nossamaqanom, 'samaqanom (see also nopim)
Locative : 'samaqanok, samaqanok; (plural, see note) 'samaqanihkuk, samaqanihkuk

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Nomehsuwok wikultuwok 'samaqanihkuk. Fish live in bodies of water.
'Ci-milin kekesk 'samaqan. Give me a little water.
'Sami mecimi-te nekom 'toliyan, mecimi-te, nit-tehc iyit 'samaqanihkuk 'kekiw, nakahc an ci apaciyat, an ci peciyat, nit-tehc etoli-wolehlat nihtol cuspesol sitomok. Because he always went there, always, and he'd be on the water all day, and when he came back, when he got home, then he'd be cleaning the porpoise on the beach. (RR)
Ntahcuwi-ksopestun samaqan. I have to heat some water.
'Kisi-punomon 'samaqanihkuk ('samaqanok). She put it in the water.
Notes : (old form: nsamaqan; plural locative 'samaqanihkuk, samaqanihkuk is also used with the meaning in the water)
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