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pete

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Meaning:“act. to give, mid. to take”
Word class:tense_stem
Language:TB
Equivalent in TA:e-
Lexeme variants:pete
 
Person:second
Number:singular
Tense/Mood:imperative
Root character:non-a-character
Internal root vowel:vowel-full
Stem:imperative
Voice:active

Paradigm

Lexeme family

Commentary

The middle of the subjunctive stem as well as the infinitive can have the meaning ‘to take’ and thus serve as suppletive forms of pär- ‘to carry, take’.

Occurrences

pete

1IOL Toch 137 b2arāṃñe ste cwim nauṣpete• /// b3///
2IOL Toch 248 b3cwim nauṣpete
3IOL Toch 248 b6tane klupete
4IOL Toch 248 tane smaññepete
5IOL Toch 248 tane (ṣpa)k«†ä»pete
6PK AS 17A b3peteplān(t)o ; katkauñai ;
7PK NS 73 a1a1/// (āna)ndeṃ kākapeteaśīyaṃtse piś (wästsanma) ///
8THT 63 a2– – – ; cwi śaulpetetallānte :
9THT 325 b4yāṣṣupetecom
10THT 355 a6/// a6/// rt··pete– – – ṣaleṃ raṅkal·e ///