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Consonant Ending-Present indicative- Intransitive


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kaak-
(i) to be hungry
naŋit-
(i) to be sick
alappaaq-
(i) to be cold
aniiqsuaq-
(i) to relax or play outside
auq-
(i) to stalk an animal on ice by crawling
iñuqaq-
(i) to have visitors [lit "to have people"]
qivit-
(i) to go off in a huff; leave indignant; to act or behave indignantly
isumaaq-
(i) to be worried and sad/ to mourn/ be full of remorse; to think something over/ think of one's plan
alianniuq-
(i) to be lonesome/ to be quiet and sad; to be bored
aqpat-
(i) to run (of a human)
aqpattuŋa
I am running.
aqpattugut
We(p) are running.
aqpattutin
You are running.
aqpattusi
You(p) are running.
aqpattuq
She/he/it is running.
aqpattut
They(p) are running.
kaaktuŋa
I am hungry.
kaaktugut
We(p) are hungry.
kaaktutin
You are hungry.
kaaktusi
You(p) are hungry.
kaaktuq
She/he/it is hungry.
kaaktut
They(p) are hungry.
naŋittuŋa
I am sick.
naŋittugut
We(p) are sick.
naŋittutin
You are sick.
naŋittusi
You(p) are sick.
naŋittuq
She/he/it is sick.
naŋittut
They(p) are sick.
alappaaqtuŋa
I am cold.
alappaaqtugut
We(p) are cold.
alappaaqtutin
You are cold.
alappaaqtusi
You(p) are cold.
alappaaqtuq
She/he/it is cold.
alappaaqtut
They(p) are cold.
alianniuqtuŋa
I am lonesome
alianniuqtugut
We(p) are lonesome/ quiet and sad or bored.
alianniuqtutin
You are lonesome/ quiet and sad or bored.
alianniuqtusi
You(p) are lonesome/ quiet and sad or bored.
alianniuqtuq
She/he/it is lonesome/ quiet and sad or bored.
alianniuqtut
They(p) are lonesome/ quiet and sad or bored.
aniiqsuaqtuŋa
I am relaxing or playing outside.
aniiqsuaqtugut
We(p) are relaxing or playing outside.
aniiqsuaqtutin
You are relaxing or playing outside.
aniiqsuaqtusi
You(p) are relaxing or playing outside.
aniiqsuaqtuq
She/he/it is relaxing or playing outside.
aniiqsuaqtut
They(p) are relaxing or playing outside.
auqtuŋa
I am stalking an animal on ice by crawling.
auqtugut
We(p) are stalking an animal on ice by crawling.
auqtutin
You are stalking an animal on ice by crawling.
auqtusi
You(p) are stalking an animal on ice by crawling.
auqtuq
She/he/it is stalking an animal on ice by crawling.
auqtut
They(p) are stalking an animal on ice by crawling.
iñuqaqtuŋa
I have visitors.
iñuqaqtugut
We(p) have visitors.
iñuqaqtutin
You have visitors.
iñuqaqtusi
You(p) have visitors.
iñuqaqtuq
She/he/it has visitors.
iñuqaqtut
They(p) have visitors.
isumaaqtuŋa
I am worried and sad/ mourning/ full of remorse or thinking something over or thinking of my plans.
isumaaqtugut
We(p) are worried and sad/ mourning/ full of remorse or thinking something over or thinking of our plans.
isumaaqtutin
You are worried and sad/ mourning/ full of remorse or thinking something over or thinking of your plans.
isumaaqtusi
You(p) are worried and sad/ mourning/ full of remorse or thinking something over or thinking of your plans.
isumaaqtuq
She/he/it is worried and sad/ mourning/ full of remorse or thinking something over or thinking of his/her plans.
isumaaqtut
They(p) are worried and sad/ mourning/ full of remorse or thinking something over or thinking of their plans.
qivittuŋa
I am going off in a huff; leaving indignant; acting or behaving indignantly
qivittugut
We(p) are going off in a huff; leaving indignant; acting or behaving indignantly
qivittutin
You are going off in a huff; leaving indignant; acting or behaving indignantly
qivittusi
You(p) are going off in a huff; leaving indignant; acting or behaving indignantly
qivittuq
She/he/it is going off in a huff; leaving indignant; acting or behaving indignantly
qivittut
They(p) are going off in a huff; leaving indignant; acting or behaving indignantly