Datapoint Early Sranan/'Finger' and 'toe'

Although Schumann (1783) includes 'toe' with the meanings for plain finga, it appears that when 'toe' is meant rather than 'finger', the specification 'at foot' is added.

Values

Identity and differentiation

Example 1-262:
finga; finga na hann; finga na futu; wan finga banna
finga;
finger
finga
finger
na
loc
anu;
hand
finga
finger
na
loc
futu;
foot
wan
indf.sg
finga
finger
bana
banana
Digit; finger; toe; a single banana
German: Finger; Zehe; Klaue, Kralle; Finger; Zehe; eine einzelne Bananne [op.cit.]

Source: Schumann 1783: 42

Example 1-261:
den Fienga; Fienga foe Foetoe
den
det.pl
finga;
finger
finga
finger
fu
of
futu
foot
the fingers; toes
Dutch: de Vingeren; de Tonnen. [op.cit.]

Source: Weygandt 1798: 17f

Confidence:
Certain