ga igegah EE-gaysay as follows about oneverbunspec. comp. form ofga'eige2Dorsey notes for this term that it is "used by another in accusing or excusing the subject of the verb." He also notes that it is "used in slandering, reproving, etc."
ga iregah ee-RAYthink thatverbthink as followsverbunspec. comp. form ofga'eire1
ga nąngagah NAHⁿNG-ahthat curviliniear object, garment, cloth, paper, book, etc., at one side or out of sight (but in a place that is known)unspec. comp. form ofga'enąngafree variant ofnąnge1Compareje nąngaunspec. comp. form ofje'e1nąnga
ga wigegah WEE-gaytell them thatverbsay as follows to or about them as in reproving them, or in speaking for or against themverbunspec. comp. form ofga'ewa-1ige2
ga'eGAH'-ehthatWą'shige ga'e nąnkerida ch'e hąnge irogrenye ke/ki.That man was found dead long ago.that one near himthosethat (way over there, out of sight)that, those over there (away from speaker and listener; out of sight)Contracted Variantga2gahCompareje'e1composed ofje arethgetąse'e1say as followshe said thatsayingsay as follows tooftenjust sogo that way, or thithersay as follows about onethink thatmake up one's mind about thatthink thatthink as followsthat curviliniear object, garment, cloth, paper, book, etc., at one side or out of sight (but in a place that is known)go that way, or thithertell them thathe said to themsay as follows to or about them as in reproving them, or in speaking for or against themthereover therein that placejust thenthat one over therethat way, directionatthis one right herethenat that timethat only
ga'idagah'-EE-dahthereover thereGa'ida miną ke/ki.He/she lives over there.in that placejust thencomposed ofga'eidaIn reference to "over there," this term is not as far as "goshida."Comparekota(?)that more remote object over therefrom that time onfrom then on
gahedągah-HAY-dahⁿso farthat farthat longGahedą je/ja?Is it that long?Hųnje, gahedą ke/ki.Yes, it is that long.at lastthus farenoughthe lastto the endthat number or quantityunspec. comp. form ofidąContracted VariantgedąGAY-dahⁿFree Variantgahenągah-HAY-nahⁿDorsey notes that this term is "used chiefly in questions."Comparejehedąsehedąunspec. comp. form ofidątąhedaabout that longby this time (of past)henceforthhence forwardfrom this timeby this time (of past)henceforthhenceforwardfrom this time