yoht NI fire ● yohtásh fires yohták in the fire Yoht nukihtam I am listening to the fire. Sunsh kusaputásh kôkci yohták Stones are heated in a great fire. Mus katawi wustawáwak yoht, wáci wustawáwak micuwak They will be going to make a fire, so that they make something to eat.
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uyôhtum- VAI he thinks, thinks so ● nutuyôhtum I think uyôhtum s/he thinks kutuyôhtumun you and I think
: yôhtamsh Think! sg : yôhtamoq Think! áyôhtak that he thinks Náh uyôhtumwak nuskitôpak wanáytamhiyáhutut nuwisuwôk They think they cause my people to forget my name. Wánuksak yôhtumak wáhtôwak wámi White men think they know all. pl
wuyohtiyôk NI peace; good and calm time ● wuyohtiyôkansh calm times wuyohtiyôkanuk in the peace Qut mutu tapinumomun, kuwuyohtiyôk ôpôcumosh i kahakák but if it be not worthy, let your peace return to you.
muyôtam- VTI he smells it, senses its smell (involuntarily) ● numuyôtam I smell it muyôtam s/he smells it kumuyôtamumun you and I smell it máyôtak that he smells it máyôtamhutut that they smell it Numuyôtam upihsháwansh I am smelling the flowers. Muyôtam sqá yoht The woman is smelling the fire.