maunna

maunna

(ˈmɔːnə)
contraction of
must not
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'I'm sweer to waken him - I doubt he was working late - oh, that weary writing - no, I maunna waken him.'
In the next scene, Jeannie sings 'My hert is sair, I dauma tell', her father expressing appreciation; but her mother enters with 'Hoo often am I to say ye maunna sing that vulgar Scotch sangs in my hoose?
The rabbit is sometimes called cottontail (Mon shtinge); among the Osage and several other Siouan languages close linguistic cognates are manifest.(137) For example, rabbit is mastinca in Dakota, ma shcin ge in Omaha, and ma schcin e in Otoe, and earth is Mayan, which is reminiscent of the Winnebago Maunna and the Omaha Mon-dhin-ka-ga-he, Earthmaker.(138) These significantly' related terms suggest that the Jones Ft.