(3 sg. f.) aˁdégoʰ (ˁádog/ḷáˁdɛg)
basic morphological information
a. báˁaḷk ˁážeʰ wa-berö́we énhi múgšem wa-ṣáme ˁeʸh díˀʸheʰ bíyoʰ baḷ ľiˁróẓ̂ wa-ˀaˁdégotš énhi ṭey diyáḥŝes ˁaf taˁáraẓ̂š ‘I married a woman, and a son was born to me. Then his mother died before he was weaned, and another woman suckled him before she finally weaned him’ (Naumkin et al. 2014c:533, fn. 6)
b. ṭahɛ́roʰ éľľehe ˁaf tegodíḥin aˁdégoʰ díˀseʰ ṭéfoʰ díˀseʰ ḷe-mébrehe ˁaf yeŝábaˁ ‘The cow left, came to her calf and suckled it until it ate its fill’ (CSOL II 22:5)
For semantic reasons, the verb is only used in feminine forms.
Proto-MSA *ˁdg to suck