I don’t know where that snowshoe is that I wanted to use.
ᑖᓃᒉtaaniiche is made up of the pronoun ᑖᓐtaan plus the dubitative inflection. ᑖᓃᒉtaaniiche is used when there is doubt about the location of the person or the thing being discussed. It can be used alone or with a noun.
Note that we can sometimes hear the trace of a syllable which used to be there but is no longer pronounced. All we hear today is a a little break before the -che, called a glottal stop, which is not written in Southern East Cree (In the Northern dialect these pronouns are written with an extra -chi).