In trying to look up "I smell it" I have run into something I would like to ask the list about. In Cook's dissertation, "A Grammar of North Carolina Cherokee", he gives the verb "to smell it" as :
-:hwsv:'ga (underlying -:whsv:'ga) - transitive
I smell it
you smell it
he smells it
(He lists out 60 bound pronoun forms of the verb.)
These are obviously type A bound pronouns.
However, Durbin Feeling in his dictionary on page 183 shows it with type B pronouns.
u:wa:wsv:ga v.t. he smells it
Does anyone know if there are other incidences of variation between type A and type B between East and West?