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naahil

naahil adv a while ago Naahil beenat na' nim shilshi. I combed my hair a while ago. Yoyoxohil nan naahil. She was calling me a while ago. (sem. domains: 8.4.6.2.1 - Recently, 8.4.1 - Period of time, 9.2.5.2 - Clause conjunctions, 9.6.1.5 - But, 8.4.1.2.2 - Yesterday, today, tomorrow, 8.4.5.2.3 - During, 8.4.6.6.2 - Sometimes, 8.4.1.2 - Day, 8.4.6.2 - Past, 8.4.6.4.1 - Soon.)

sipin’

sipin'₁ adv above (cf. top of, up) Wu'shul' hoyne' wa' sipin' wa'law. Eagles fly high above the sky. Ka'yu' 'ama' yo' k'oliswa' watwat hulsha'xon' sipin' 'ilk'aw. Coyote and a little duck were sitting above the water.

gaabinit, gaabinta’

gaabinit, gaabinta' v accept Gaabinit na' baana'an. I accepted the bread. Gaabinta' 'aman 'ilk'a. They accepted water.

taxeetat, taxeetata’

taxeetat, taxeetata' v ache Teeliy' nim taxeetat. My tooth is aching. Taxeetata' 'am k'ewet. Her back ached.

gashgashit, gashgashta’

gashgashit, gashgashta' v ache (to have one, on the leg) Taxish nim gashgashit. My calf is aching. Taxish nim gashgashta'. My calf ached.

‘umlunut, ‘umlunta’

 

'umlunut, 'umlunta' v ache, stomach (to have one) 'Umlunut 'am nopop. His father had a stomach ache. 'Umlunta' na' 'alit. I had a stomach ache some time ago.

bayin’, bayna

bayin', bayna n acorn (generic) Bagnit 'ilk'aw bayin'. The acorn soaked in the water. Ewinta' na' bayna. I sifted the acorn.

budush, budusha

budush, budusha n acorn (of black oak) Papyit xoch'ooyow budush. Black oak acorns scattered on the ground. Poyit na' budusha. I ground the black oak acorn.

won’, wooni

won', wooni n acorn dumpling, bread Shit'eeyat won'. The acorn bread tasted good. Di'shit mokeela' wooni. The woman made acorn bread.