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’ee-chan’-da’-me’-san’

 ’ee-chan’-da’-me’-san’
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n. pipe with a stone bowl

ch’aa-’alh

ch’aa-’alh
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v. chewing, he, she, it is

ch’aa-betlh

ch’aa-betlh
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n. honeysuckle(s)

ch’aa-wee-yas-na

ch’aa-wee-yas-na

n. brown squirrel

ch’ash, ch’esh, ch’ee-yash

ch’ash, ch’esh, ch’ee-yash
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n. duck(s)

ch’ay-t’as

ch’ay-t’as
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v. cutting off, he, she, it is

Example: See ch'ay-t'as. "He is cutting off stone."

ch’ee-dan’

ch’ee-dan’
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n. feather hat(s)

ch’ee-de’ ts’as

ch’ee-de’ ts’as
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n. elk horn spoon

ch’ee-shi

ch’ee-shi
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n. maple(s)

ch’ee-shii-yan-stvm

ch’ee-shii-yan-stvm
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n. vine maple

ch’ee-sraa~-t’i~sr

ch’ee-sraa~-t’i~sr
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n. strawberry(ies)

ch’vs-k’i guu-’i’

ch’vs-k’i  guu-’i’
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n. caterpillar(s)

ch’vs-let’

ch’vs-let’
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n. gooseneck barnacle(s)

ch’vtlh-tr’e

ch’vtlh-tr’e

chaa-’ak-t’i

chaa-’ak-t’i
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n. cattail(s)

chee-ne’

chee-ne’
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n. vine(s)

chee-ta’

chee-ta’
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n. feather(s)

chi’-chvsh-tr’e’

chi’-chvsh-tr’e’
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n. butter ball duck

chii-la’

chii-la’

n. perch

chvn

chvn

chvn-wee-tr’it

chvn-wee-tr’it

n. wild cherry

chvslh-mvn, tvl-xvt-chwa, tvt’lh-xvt-chwa

chvslh-mvn, tvl-xvt-chwa,  tvt’lh-xvt-chwa
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n. lake(s)

dan-sraa~-k’ay-dan’

dan-sraa~-k’ay-dan’
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n. bracken fern(s)

de’

de’
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n. horn(s)

de’-ch’ee-si’s

de’-ch’ee-si’s
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n. deer horn hat(s)

dee-chii-chu

dee-chii-chu
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n. himalayan blackberry(ies)

dee-sri~k

dee-sri~k
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n. olivella shells

drintlh-t’i

drintlh-t’i

dus-daa-k’i

dus-daa-k’i
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n. madrone

duu-xan tr’ee-ghii~-li~’

duu-xan  tr’ee-ghii~-li~’
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n. trickle

dvlh-ghvlh

dvlh-ghvlh
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v. glisten, glitter, sparkles

Example: Sii~-sxa dvlh-ghvlh. "The ocean sparkles."

dvlh-ghvlh

dvlh-ghvlh
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v. shimmer

Example: Lha’-xwas-chu ch’e dvlh-ghvlh ’utlh-i~. "Trout scales look shimmery."

dvsh-xan’ lhts’ay

dvsh-xan’  lhts’ay
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n. eel(s), dried/smoked

dvtlh-k’ee-ye, dvl-ki

dvtlh-k’ee-ye, dvl-ki
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adj. gray

Example: Ghii srii-naa-naa-ye’-ts’ilh yaa-min’ dvtlh-k’ee-ye. "The clouds in the sky are gray."

gaa-si, gaa-se, gaa-say, gaa-sa

gaa-si, gaa-se, gaa-say, gaa-sa

gay-yu

gay-yu

ghit-ts’ay

ghit-ts’ay
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n. blue jay(s) (Steller’s Jay, Cyanocitta stelleri, shown in photograph)

ghit-ts’ay-sraa-de’

ghit-ts’ay-sraa-de’
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[ʁit.t͡sɑɪ.ʂɑ:.deʔ] n. maidenhair fern(s)

ghvtlh-k’vs

ghvtlh-k’vs
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n. kelp

huu-cha~’

huu-cha~’
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n. good weather

k’he’-lu

k’he’-lu
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n. open work basket(s)

k’hee-lu

k’hee-lu
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n. laundry basket(s)

k’vsh

k’vsh

k’wee-san, dee-lhat

k’wee-san, dee-lhat
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n. mussel(s)

la’-me’-san’

la’-me’-san’
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n. flint

lha’-k’wa’sr-t’i

lha’-k’wa’sr-t’i

lha’-xwas-chu

lha’-xwas-chu
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n. trout

lhan-ne

lhan-ne
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n. abundant life

lhsrik

lhsrik

lhtrvsh-dvtlh-ge

lhtrvsh-dvtlh-ge
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n. dust

lhts’uu

lhts’uu
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adj., n. yellow

Example: Chaa-bay-yu lhts'uu ts'in-t'e 'utlh-i~. "Yellow flowers look pretty."

lhvt-lhshvn

lhvt-lhshvn
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n., adj. blue, bluish

lhxvn-dee-ch’ee-ye’

lhxvn-dee-ch’ee-ye’
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n. huckleberry(ies), coastal

man-naa-xe

man-naa-xe
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n. rose(s), wildrose

me’-’e-lvk

me’-’e-lvk
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n. acorn paddle(s)

me’-dvlh-ghalh, ’vtlh-ghalh

me’-dvlh-ghalh, ’vtlh-ghalh
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n. drum(s)

mee-ne

mee-ne
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n. nest(s)

mee-xwvtlh-yan’

mee-xwvtlh-yan’
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v. taught (or teaching), he, she, it

met-gaa-chu

met-gaa-chu
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n. chiton, Giant Pacific

mii-dan’-lhts’vs

mii-dan’-lhts’vs
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n. dogwood

moyn-xu

moyn-xu

mush-mush

mush-mush
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n. cow(s)

mvk

mvk

mvlh-chvlh-’vs

mvlh-chvlh-’vs
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n. maul(s), tool

mvlh-k’wee-nant-k’a

mvlh-k’wee-nant-k’a
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n. file(s), (a tool)

mvtlh-xay-nvs saa-lhu, k’wvt-stan’

mvtlh-xay-nvs saa-lhu, k’wvt-stan’
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n. elk horn purse lid

na’-dghvtlh-sran’

na’-dghvtlh-sran’
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v. picked up acorns, shells, firewood, etc., he, she, it

nee-nvsh

nee-nvsh
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n. calm water

nes

nes
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n. slender object(s)

nint’-k’vt-me’-sla

nint’-k’vt-me’-sla
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n. headband

nuii-nin-nvlh

nuii-nin-nvlh
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v. put (like objects), he, she, it had

nuu-dvtlh-srvt

nuu-dvtlh-srvt
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v. touching, he, she, it is

Example: Srxii-xe Dvsh-xa~ nuu-dvtlh-srvt. "The child is touching the eel."

san, san-e

san, san-e
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n. apron(s) of a Dance Dress

san-chvn chee-ne

san-chvn  chee-ne

set’s, natlh-mish

set’s, natlh-mish

sheshtlh-i~

sheshtlh-i~
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n. sweathouse(s)

shvr’sh

shvr’sh
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n. driftwood

sii~-xu, si~s-xa moyn-dvn

sii~-xu, si~s-xa  moyn-dvn
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n. sea coast(s)

sraa~-lhki

sraa~-lhki
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n. angelica root

sree-k’hee-nnli~’

sree-k’hee-nnli~’

svn’-taa-ye’

svn’-taa-ye’
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n. morningstar, the

t’ulh

t’ulh
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n. baby basket tumpline

t’uu-telh

t’uu-telh

taa-drii-ghin-la

taa-drii-ghin-la
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v. separated, graded out, he, she, it

tee-me’

tee-me’
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n. iris(es)

tee-metlh

tee-metlh
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n. cedar string

tee-st’vm

tee-st’vm

tes-me’, nin’-k’vt-me’-sla

tes-me’, nin’-k’vt-me’-sla
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n. woodpecker headband(s)

ts’aa-xwi

ts’aa-xwi
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n. stick(s) for the stick game

ts’vn

ts’vn
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n. sewing needle(s)

xee-natlh-xat

xee-natlh-xat
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v. sewing, they are

xee-num-nii~-t’a

xee-num-nii~-t’a
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v. landed on the ground (plane or bird), they

xee-tetlh-chvlh

xee-tetlh-chvlh
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n. mat(s)

xee-tr’at

xee-tr’at
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n. cap(s), basket

xwe’-t’e mvlh ch’aa-nin-lvt

xwe’-t’e  mvlh  ch’aa-nin-lvt

xwii-ch’uu-lu

xwii-ch’uu-lu
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v. fishing by line, they are

ya’s-xay, ya’s-xe

ya’s-xay, ya’s-xe

yaa-ch’ii-shvsh

yaa-ch’ii-shvsh
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v. drinking, they are

ye’s-t’vs

ye’s-t’vs

v. braided, he, she, it

Example: Tuu-telh ye's-t'vs. "She braided bear grass."

yvstlh-srauk

yvstlh-srauk
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v. hooked eels, he, she, it