‘ki NI land, earth, dirt, ground (alternative spelling: ahki) ● ‘kish lands ‘kik in the ground nuki my land wuki his/her land kukiyun your and my land ‘Ki áhtá k’kunôkanuk Dirt is on your head; Kik áhtá piyôkut The blanket is on the ground. Mutu numic wiyawhs nusáhki ahki I will eat no flesh while the world standeth. Kon cáci katawi. Tápi nunáwô ‘ki yôpowi Snow half gone. I can see the ground early this morning.
Search Results "‘ki"
‘kihcá- VAI do planting, plant something ● nukihcá I plant kihcá s/he plants kukihcámun you and I plant
: kihcásh Plant! sg : kihcáq Plant! ‘kihcátuk Let’s plant! ôhkihcát that he plants Kihcátuk yosh masqusitash tayhkihcáwôkanuk Let’s plant these beans in the garden. Inak kihcák inpáwôk The men plant the tobacco. pl
iwá- VAI he says, says so ● nutiwá I say so iwá he says so kutiwámun you and I say so
: iwásh Say so! sg : iwáq Say so! iwát that he says so ‘Kiyaw’ nutiwá, mut ‘ki’, kiyaw niswi uyuwamow I said you [all], not ‘you’, that means both of you! Iyo kiyaw iwáq Now you say it. pl