kǫyxwę́kimą

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Taos[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From kǫy- [< ką- (2nd person singular) + -wi- (narrative)] + -xwę́- (“tail”) + -kimą (“it has been placed”).

Verb[edit]

kǫyxwę́kimą

  1. you have a tail

Usage notes[edit]

  • The last word uttered at the end of a tale akin the use of the phrases the end and that's all she wrote in English. The implied meaning is "you have a tail now, so you must tell another story to remove the tail because otherwise it will freeze".