ᴹQ. Astulat loc. “Bony Ridge”

ᴹQ. Astulat, loc. “Bony Ridge”

A name appearing only in linguistic notes from the 1930s (PE21/27, 37), a combination of astula “bony” and hat “ridge”.

References ✧ PE21/27, 37

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

[Astul]ahtullo ablative   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtyo ablative; assimilated   ✧ PE21/37
Astulahta accusative   ✧ PE21/37
Astulahta allative; assimilated “to Astulat” ✧ PE21/27
[Astul]ahta allative; assimilated   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtunta allative   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahten dative   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahto genitive   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtanen instrumental   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtesse locative   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]akse locative; assimilated   ✧ PE21/37
Astulat nominative “Bony Ridge” ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtunt nominative dual   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtulin nominative plural   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]aksin nominative plural   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtuva possessive   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtya possessive   ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtanon similative   ✧ PE21/37

Elements

astula “bony” ✧ PE21/27
hat “comb, ridge” ✧ PE21/27