cáhshi PART how much, how many (inanimate) ● cáhshinsh how many Kunámumô cáhshinsh wácônumak yotay? Do you see how much we have here?
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wacônum- VTI he has it, keeps it ● nuwacônum I keep it wacônum s/he keeps it kuwacônumumun you and I keep it wacônumutuk Let’s keep it!
: wacônumsh Keep it! sg : wacônumoq Keep it! wácônuk that he keeps it Nutaposuwôk-cupukamukanuk, nuwacônum ahutanishunimuk wôk In my kitchen, I have a stove also. Wiqam mut mô kuwacônum, totay ápuhutut kukucohkônak Didn’t you have a [Indian] house where your dolls lived? Nuwacônumumun yoht wáci napukak We keep a fire for the dead. Kunámumô cahshinsh wácônumak yotay? Do you see how much we have here? Cumôkusu inskitôp mut wacônum munish Poor Indian he has no money. pl
náw- VTA he sees him ● nunáwô I see him náwáw s/he sees him kunáwômun you and I see him
: náw See him! sg : náwohq See him! náwôtuk Let’s see him ! náwôt that he sees him Mus kunáwush See you later. Wikun, mut mus kunáwuqun Good, he will not see us. Inkôtôkansh wiyôqahkish nish, nuwikôtam náwak kucahshiyuwôkanuw Those are nice pictures, I enjoyed seeing your family. pl