dadaach'in kuyu', dadaach'in kuyu'un n ankle (lit. joints of foot) Dadaach'in kuyu' 'am taxeetata'. His ankle was in pain. Balenta' 'am dadaach'in kuyu'un banyun. He wrapped his ankle with a cloth.
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hid'an', hid'ani n another Bok'it hid'an' p'ay' huuya'an. Another kid found a caterpillar. Ta'shit na' hid'ani p'aaya. I saw another kid.
heweyit, heweyta' v answer Heweyit 'am leelilaych'i. She answered the teacher. Heweyta' nan. He answered me.
k'eenich', k'eenich'i n ant Ach'ich'ta' nan k'eenich' ch'alew'. The bothersome ants bit me. Dachta' na' k'eenich'i. I stepped on the ant.
bat'aaga', bat'aaga'an n ant (black) Xatta' bat'aaga' huuya'an. The black ants ate the caterpillar. Lipit ka'yu' bat'aaga'an. The coyote watched the black ants.
tawaasat, tawaasata' v anxious (being one) Tawaasat 'aman 'am huushetaw. They were nervous when he drove. Tawaasata' noono' 'am boch'oonin tishtaw. The man was anxious when his son was born.
'aabul', 'aabula n apple Mejnit lak'wunut 'aabul' xoch'ooyow. Many apples dropped on the ground. Xatit na' 'aabula. I ate an apple.