Q. nahte n. “wounding, wound” (Category: to Wound; Wound; Wounded)
A noun for “a wounding, a wound” appearing in revisions to the Outline of Phonology (OP2) made around 1959, derived from primitive ✶snagdē based on the root √SNAG “wound, gash” (PE19/91). Drafts of these revision instead had (rejected) nahta (PE19/92 note #110).
References ✧ PE19/91-92
|✶snagdē > hnahte > nahte||[snagdē] > [snaktē] > [n̥aktē] > [n̥axte] > [naxte]||✧ PE19/91|