dathgeDAH-thgehdah-THGEHwhetheradverbHamilton and Irvin (1848) note that this particular sense (whether) is a conjunction.What is the matter?adverbwhat the matter isadverbhow it isadverbis it not?adverbThis sense covers the idea of “is it not” or “isn’t it?” at the end of an English sentence. For example, “The food is good, isn’t it?”isn’t it?adverbThis sense covers the idea of “is it not” or “isn’t it?” at the end of an English sentence. For example, “The food is good, isn’t it?”ithgeInterrogative VariantdathgaDAH-thgahdah-THGAHDorsey notes about “dathge”: “It sometimes means: ‘I do not know, and what is more, I do not care.”Comparedathgaunspec. comp. form ofdathgeHow are you?What is the matter with you?crazyfoolishsillyfuriousdrunkintoxicatenot all thereunder the influence of drugs or alcoholto be crazy, foolish, silly, drunk, or furiousHow am I?