'tepihtun

verb ti 27
s/he has enough of it
Verb Stem : -tepihtu-

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Ahtoli-sepuwit Mali, mam-ote 'tepihtun weci-kisonuwok mahkut. Mary kept saving, and finally she had enough to buy a dress.
Ya, nit-ona nil anqoc natonuhmuwewuk nuhkomoss keq, naka itom nuhkomoss, "Kil kwihqonomon keq peyemiyak," on-oc nomihtun keq pawatom on-oc nkoti-wihqonomon, on-oc ntiyukun tan elawotik. Elapi ma-te ntepihtuwon, on-oc nkoti-wesuwe-punomon, tahaluhp ice cre Well, and when I go sometimes to buy something for my grandmother, and my grandmother says, "You keep the change," and I see something I want and I'm going to take it, and he (storekeeper) tells me what it costs. When I look, I don't have enough, and I'm
Tokkiw waht peciyawotihtit on 'tepihtuniya posonutiyil, psi-keqsey. Until (finally) they got over there, and they had enough baskets and other things. (JH)
Maliyan itok, "Eci wolelomoqhotiyiq kilun. Ktepihtunen micuwakon, kuloposultipon-ona, naka koselomotultinen." Mary Ann said, "We are lucky. We have enough food, our house is warm, and we all love one another." (MES)
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