ôkát NA shadow ● ôkátak shadows ôkatuk in the shadows Nokimut wuci wiqayash wohshuwôwah, wici asu mutu wutôkátak qushkiyôk áhtá [It] comes down from the Father of Lights, with no turning shadows.
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sáhoqáyu- VAI he looks out (as from a window or door) ● nusáhoqáy I look out sáhoqáyuw s/he looks out kusáhoqáyumun you and I look out sáhoqáyutuk Let’s look outside!
: sáhoqáyush Look ouside! sg : ssáhoqáyuq Look outside! sáhoqáyut that he looks out Wáhkasah Susiya sáhoqáyuw kinakinikanuk qá mushôtowáw Sisera’s mother looked out the window and shouted. pl
wôks NA fox ● wôksak foxes wôksuk on the fox Áhsup uyáw wôksuk, “Cáqan micuwak wôksak?” Raccoon says to fox, “What do foxes eat?” Nunáwô wôks yo yôpôwi ta haun natskawáw wôksuh I saw a fox early this morning and a hound chasing the fox.
wusqik NI book, letter, writing ● wusqikansh books wusqikanuk in the book Qá wusqik wuci nuw’sintamawôkanun nupáto, wáci nôhtuyuyak inkôtôkansh And I brought our wedding book to show you the pictures. Kunamsh, mukacuks uwusqikansh nitay Look, there are the boy’s books. Côci awân ayuw nánuk, iwá Manto wusqikanuk Manto Everyone must be likewise, says God in God’s book.
-iyok NA DEP wife ● niyok my wife niyokanak my wives niyokanuk on my wife wiyokanah his wife kiyokanunônak your and my wives wiyokanuwôwah their wives Niyok witukusqáh nákum, tá wáhsukah She is my wife’s sister and her husband.