Timucua - English


-tecotekovsfx1unknown verb suffixtypically on a complement clause that expresses a desired outcome, like 'would that'. Examples in the Arte, f8 suggest a present tense relative clause 'the one who Vs'Confident2before -tacu in comparativesIn this sense, -teco seems to be the same as the sequence -ta-hecoConfident3relative clause (indef)In this sense, this seems like an indefinite counterpart to the more common -te...ma sequence on relative clauses. It often occurs near the existential nahi, with a sense like 'Does a person who ... exist?' or 'Is there a person who...' Confident
Teleconpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
telequetelekʷenback, side
-tenotenoclause-final verb suffixFound on some affirmative clauses, possibly an emphatic; possibly showing certainty about past events.Probable
-tentetentedial. var. of-tante
Teologalasteologalassp. var. ofTheologalestheological
-tequatekʷa1vsfxso that2vsfxbecause3vsfxwhen4if one coulddial. var.-tèqua
-tèquatèkʷadial. var. of-tequaso that because when if one could
terateraadjgoodArte, f43 'beautiful, pretty, attractive, polite [polida], good and healthy thing'. Also lists teru as an alternativeConfidentibineteraholy wateribinenhachibueno teracomp.hatʃibʷeno teranmeritineteraticomp.ineteratinevil deedisono teracomp.isono teranbenefitteratider.teratinsin, bad thing
terabaterabadial. var. ofterarabaexcellent?
terarabaterarabaadjexcellent?Probabledial. var.teraba
teratiteratinsin, bad thingder. oftera-ti
terciopeloterkiopelon*velvet*terciopeloBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
teruteruvhumble?humildeArte, f43This is usually a spelling variant of tera 'good', but in some passages it may have a distinct sense like 'humble'.Tentative
teru teruteru teruRedupbeautifulArte, f43Confident
terusuterusuv1make a good confessionConfident2do something wellProbable
teruteruteruteru1Redupcelebrating? happy?Probable2adjbeautiful
-tetiteti1vsfxif not yetArte, f141 -teti shows up on various negative questions, eg. quosoteti? No se hace eso? It's possible that this is just the present -te + the negative -ti, or maybe this is a separate morpheme.Confident2vsfxnot yetConfident3vsfxnot doing (for some time in the past)Arte, f141 Confident4onlyConfident
Theologalestheologalesadjtheologicalteologalessp. var.Teologalas
-titi1vNegativesfxnegConfident2nsfxunknown possessive elementProbable3vNegativesfxnon-neg reading after futurecf-co4iso2isticoyaha2yahatiteratider.teratinsin, bad thing
tiacu1tiaku1unknown word at the end of possession phrasesArte f90; The example from Arte f90 seems to show that the -ni allomorph (realized as -n) of the 1st person is used. So maybe this is one of the auxiliaries that hosts periphrastic inflection. Other forms don't show -ntiacuConfident2copulacoger, atraparHubuasosobontiacuI already loved themYa los améArte f90Confidentdial. var.tiacu2tiàcutyacusp. var.tiàcu
tiacu2tiakudial. var. oftiacu1poss.particle cop
tiàcutiàkudial. var. oftiacu1poss.particle copsp. var. oftiacu1poss.particle cop