Morphemic form: N{ttiaŋŋuaq}N (Combinations)
New orthography: -tsiannguaq
Proto-eskimoic root:
Constituents: N{ttiaq}N + N{ŋŋuaq}N
Variants: N{ttiaqcuaq}N
Morpheme type: Nominal modifier
Left sandhi: Default (additive, epenthetic or phonotactically truncative)
Right sandhi: aq-dropping


Declension information

Stem type: Weak q-stem
Declension type: up-declined
Declension sandhi: Irregular
Notes on declension:

The final morpheme is N{ŋŋuaq}N, so it declines like this; i.e. with loss of /aq/ before all vowel-initial endings, but otherwise as a weak q-stem. See the entry for N{ŋŋuaq}N for further details.


Meaning Notes
good N Schultz-Lorentzen (1958) describes it as 'a not entirely bad N', however from the examples in DAKA the meaning seems to be synonymous with the variant N{ttiaqcuaq}N. Examples