See also: kin, Kin, kín, kīn, -kin, k'in, and -kin-

MaquiritariEdit

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

kin-

  1. Allomorph of kün- (distant past third-person prefix) used for stems that begin with i or y.

InflectionEdit


Middle EnglishEdit

PrefixEdit

kin-

  1. Alternative form of kine-

PipilEdit

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

kin-

  1. (personal) them, third-person plural object marker.
    Nikintajtanilij su kinekituyat yawit
    I asked them if they wanted to go

Usage notesEdit

  • Often substituted by the third-person singular object marker k(i)- in daily speech. Before a vowel, "kin-" changes to "kinh-". The digraph <nh> is pronounced as [ŋ]. Example:
Tikinhishmati
You know them

See alsoEdit