Dictionary Entry [entry ID #3097] (related entries)
hay (or hayi) • the, that, the one who (is, does) • demonstrative
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- hay do'ong'
indeed (spoken by Verdena Parker)
indeed (spoken by Verdena Parker)
it (spoken by Verdena Parker)
- hay ch'ixiwinxe:s
he's itching (spoken by Verdena Parker)
- hay de:di do'ong
this right here (spoken by Verdena Parker)
- hay do'ong'
it is (spoken by Verdena Parker)
- hayi wha:ne
just only that (spoken by Verdena Parker)
Examples from texts
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he runs into my bathroom there
haya:ł hay ch'ide'iłma:s, haya:ł yehye'iwhiwh-xwe: xowh do'n 'a:ch'o'one' do: xohsle'-te hay 'a:xołchwing-ne'in
he always flushes it, it sucks it in, he always thinks the smell will be no more
he doesn't know how I can be in that phone
haya:ł na:ne'iwhda:wh ch'iwhine:'ił'e'n ting haya:ł hayi q'in' tin ch'ine:'ił'e'n 'a:ch'o:'ine' xowh do'n
when I return home, he keeps staring at me, and then also he stares at that (phone) and I guess that he's thinking
then, somebody (strange person) calls, he always listens to everything (all the messages)
and now in its place (instead, rather) a different machine is sitting there, it's all the same color
he doesn't know what he's going to do with it, and then that
when I talk to him
and that's it (end of story)
small child starting to sit up, it started growing up a little bit, then it started walking
she packs the child around, and then a Chinaman is the cook
haya:ł misGiy'ts miq'it-dahky'a:n sa'a:n-ding dahno'indil hayah ma'k'i'iłkit hay mije'e:din ya'k'e'iya'n haya:ł
then there was a small table they sat at, she would feed the child, they would eat
after awhile it was running all around and then he always tells her
we're going to see his father at that place
then after awhile he talked to her, the child pulling and pulling on her
he said, let's go look at father, there for sure is where he's at
then, okay she said, then he started running ahead of her up to the door
hayah na'wa: hay kile:xich mita' haya:ł 'a'de:ne' q'ut 'e'n do'n ye'ohdił digyung na:de:'ohłya' haya:ł te:soh'ing'
his father is walking around there then he said it's OK, come on in, stand here and you watch
oh, that's (what's making) the sound
then they returned back
she realizes that the Chinese man sucks up water with his mouth
hayi miq'it-xw 'e'iliw-e: hayahujit miq'i-na:na'a'a' hayi-xw de:ch'in' hay 'a:niwho:n haya:ł, hay...
it (water) gets all over the top of it (the tablecloth), then he irons it, and that's what makes it so good
then she realized that he was spitting all over the top of it, then
do: ch'ilyo' sile'n hay na:mitł'a'-ding haya:ł ch'in 'e'n tin niwho:n-ne'in hayi de:-ch'in ta'na:n [ya:w] ya'iwhiwh miq'it-xw 'aht'in-ding
she never liked it no more, then it was no longer really good because he would suck up water (and spray it) all over the top
after awhile she left, the boy is getting pretty big, [then I guess]
it could be three years or four years she looked after that boy
hayah-din do'n xo'ye: 'a:'udyaw haya:ł hay na'widahł-din na'te'ida:wh chwola'-din nay'iłxa'-mił na:wilwił-ding
at that time something bad happened to her, when she was going home, she returns back on the fifth day in the evening (Friday night)
that's the end of the story, after that she didn't work
Blowfly went inside; he saw a deer lying dead and went in through its nose.
As soon as he had sat down, he began to eat that dead deer lying there.
the old people, some of them, they were getting elderly (couldn't travel any more) and then...
"That land lying there is floating," they thought.
They learned when it (the land) comes up and when it goes back down.
And then they stayed there, they studied it to see at what time...
...it's going to raise back up again, what (the land which) disappeared (under the water).
...then more people left to where the (island) is floating.
They worked on the canoes that they (the first people who came across) were making and then...
And then over there (back on the other side) they arrived back there (in canoes).
haya:ł 'a:ya'de:ne' "me:lah-'e:n' ła'ay-xw-q'ut tin do:-xokyun-ya:xole:n do:-heh 'a:ya:ch'ondehsne' keh na:yaydił na:yima:n ya:xoxa: hay xok'isdiya:n'-tah"
And then they said: "(As for) some people (that came across), they really (in a big way) don't have any common sense. They never thought 'Hey, let's go back after them,' their elders."
As for them, they took off running somewhere, don't know where.
And then as for them, they came back after their elders (these people who came back across).
And then I guess he is their leader,
łiwun hay de:-nohq'it-xwa-'un-ching' ch'ixine:wh haya:ł 'a:ya:xołch'ine: "hayah wohdil-e:-te: haya:ł ninis'a:n-'ung' hayah
the one who prays/preaches for them. and then he tells them "There you will go. And there is land...
...there for you. It will become your land, the place where you will live."
haya:ł-q'ut hay mich'ing' ya'widil [ya'xowile:l] haya:ł-q'ut me'dil-me'-tah 'aht'ing k'isdiyun yehwinyay diywho' 'aht'ing
And then they are going toward it (the land), and into the canoes the old people put in all of their (stuff, belongings).
And then after that they started travelling.
Going south along the coast they travelled.
after some time, they rested -- they lived temporarily in various places (as they travelled, during the winter).
And then the leader said: "Right here!
...we're going to follow this stream here."
We're going to go to that land that was made for us.
They traveled along that stream ("in the wash of that stream"), up and over the hill.
We're going over the hill to our destination (the place that we are going).
And then their leader said "Now it is time for us to leave."
And then the leader told them: "The Creator doesn't want you to live here.
You have to keep going to that land he has given you.
And then you won't become part of the people going to Hoopa Valley
where the river comes around the land, they said:
he (the leader) said, "There, it will become your land, 'Fawn's-face-sticking-out-place' (we'll call it)."
And then they went along downriver.
He (the Creator) made the dances for them.
"As for them," the Creator said: "Redwood Creek people can't stand (on holy ground).
For that reason, a long time ago it wasn't done for Redwood Creek people to dance.
Even today, we're supposed to live on this land that was made ours (given to us).
Nobody knows how we came to Hoopa (anymore).
nahding me:nundiy siwhdahwh hay whunchwing ya'dehłts'e-ne'in-ding haya:ł hay whichwo:-ne'in haya:ł hay whis'-ne'in ta:q'in ya'dehłts'e-ne'in haya:ł
two years passed, in the place where my mother lived, and then my poor old grandmother, my poor old uncle, the three of them [including my mother] were living there, and then
"they say she can't live at the house," my mother
"the old woman's welfare check (they distribute it to her)," my grandmother, "for that reason, she can't stay." and then,
for that reason she went off looking for work, and then way over there ...
... na:'uste' haya:ł whe:-'e:n we:da' xontah-ding hay whichwo ch'iwhinehłyiw haya:ł xoma:lyo' ła:n k'isdiyun na:wa:?-ne'in hayah-ding
... she worked. as for me, I stayed at home, my grandmother raised me, and then her friends, a lot of elderly people used to be alive at that time.
and then they took me and filled out papers, and then I was afraid of ...
... the people that are teaching, who only speak English. and then,
and then my poor old grandmother always says
"as for her, she eats a lot, really well"
and then I just can't figure out why they're asking me this question
and then my poor old grandmother came in and said,
she told my mother. after a while she [mother] came in and she said, "what's wrong?"
and then my grandmother always said "no"
and then, my poor old mother, she always gets angry
after a while my poor old uncle said,
and then I got sick, and so
they (my mother and my uncle) ran over to him, and I guess they told him
quickly he pulled right up and stopped and then he picked me up, my stepfather (it was actually the boss, Raymond Spaulding)
at the place where hospital was
they called to the doctor
and then I remember that very well, that stands out
I said "one, two, three" and that's the only (thing) I remember, and then I guess I went to sleep
and then, I woke up again, I felt really good, I just felt like lying there, and I lay there, and at once
they came in, the person that takes care of you (the nurse), and she said
from now on, you just lay there, so it will heal up
they said, "that is for in case you throw up"
and then after that they said
"now you get to eat!" some kind of juice they had on a tray, and then something else ...
then they brought tea for me also
I did drink it, and then
I ate what they brought in for me (the jello), and then I still felt hungry
"no," they said, "you can't drink (water), because of your operation you can drink only tea"
they started cutting it (the tape)
at the place where the incision is, they laid on another thick bandage
my guts felt like they were going to fall out. then they pulled me up to a sitting position
"you're going to walk as far as the end of the bed"
it's like they were made of cement or something, my legs
ła'ay-xw ts'eh q'ut do:-ya:e:yta:tł' hay k'iste:n michwut na:ya'whiniłdite:n je:nah nayawhiłte:n nane:se:te:n
I didn't think I could do it. at the side of the bed, they helped me back, and they put me back up there (lying), and I laid back down
after that the next they did the same thing with me again
the very next day they said, "tomorrow you're going to go home."
my grandmother she was old
they didn't know what I was doing
sometimes every now and then my mother would come in and tell me
again I'm walking and they don't know it
I could only eat ground-up, what they call apple sauce
and then they said "we will take you back to the doctor"
"when you go back to school"
hay na:mitł'a'-ding xontah-ding na:yda' haya:ł ch'ine'ina:wh 'a:k'iwilaw-ch'inehł'e:n-ding-mił hay whił-dinił'a'-ch'iłchwe-ne'in
then I stayed at home, and then my teacher came from the school ...
"in the morning you have to get the thing that goes by (the bus)"
then, so all the kids were sitting up (on the bus), that go to school together
haya:ł 'a:den' hay do:ng' 'a:whił-ch'ide:ne' "hay 'a:k'iwilaw-ya:ne:dil'e:n-ding (dimixung) miningxa't'e:n' ch'ino:ya'-ne'"
and then I said, "it was him, the principal (boss of the school), that told me (to come)"
and then I went into the classroom
and then the principal said
"don't bother her, as for her, she came today ...
"that way we will know if you passed"
"she's not going to go to the next one, she's going to stay in this one (class) again"
"she wasn't studying, she doesn't know anything, that one"
some of them talked to me nice, those kids
some of them talked Hupa, we used to talk Indian together
some of the kids said
"as for her, when we come back again (next year), they're going to move her back"
"she doesn't know the things that we know"
they didn't know that as for me, I had been studying at home
and then they said, those walking around (at recess), "they're going to move her back"
and then the teacher said
... they're going to take it for you, follow it and take your papers with you"
"where you go in, give him your papers, to (the person) that will be your new teacher"
... two of them. and then they picked up the desk (what you sit on), what is made for putting stuff in
"as for her, she's not going to pass the 8th grade"
and then when that term went by, I went to another level
and then after that they didn't laugh anymore
for him they brought things together (gifts) and had a big dinner
that he's not gonna be (working) anymore, he retired, after what must have been 20 years
so my late mother, my late stepfather, (and me), we all went there
they danced (partner dancing), they really went at it
I was really enjoying watching them and I really liked it, and then I realized that my mother ...
... and my stepfather, they were drinking outside
all of a sudden the door opened
all of a sudden he sort of jumped in there in the backseat where I was laying down
and then, by my neck ...
"if you yell," he said,
"if you tell, then I will say, 'she wanted to do this'"
"hay nichwo:" ch'in "xose:sehłwe:n-te" haya:ł ch'in "hay nis' q'ina' (xose'--) ya:xosehłkis-te xwe:łwe'-te" ch'in
"your grandmother," he said, "I will kill her. your uncle too, I'm going to beat him up"
after a while, they came out, my poor old mother [with my uncle]
as for them, they also seemed kind of drunk
my poor old grandmother, and my poor old uncle, I loved them very much
mine:jixomil na'ndiy haya:l hay na'ndiy 'a:whił-ch'ide:n' whixa:na'te:ng'e'n sile'n 'a:whił-ch'iden' hay
after a while, he came back from the service, and he told me he had been looking for me, and he told me
"what you did, for that reason"
"hayi-xwe wha'ut sile'n-te dungwho'-ch'ing' do:-xoling xwa'ut 'iliw dungwho'-ch'ing' do:-xoling me'de:din"
"you got to become my wife, you're not going to be somebody else's wife, nobody not going to want you"
... she did that"
for that reason, I never said nothing, after a while, I finally became his wife
he threw me down over it, and I had a miscarriage
that used-to-be, they brought it back out at the hospital that used to sit there me'-ya'dincha:t/1617/17 ya'dehLts'e-ding/2919/2356
it seemed like more than six months (in the womb), that baby ...
... that (baby) he killed. And then after that, again, I had a girl [Debbie]
and then after that, after a long time ...
he used to go around with them. Because of that, he went away from me
after that, as for me, I started having a life of my own, someone ...
... I married a different person, he did me good
before the humans were walking around in this place
the creator created everything that is here for us
so then he created the animals
"and then you're going to do for me what I tell you."
"and (when they come out), you're going to name them"
where the hole comes out, and then he said, "come on out!"
he (the last animal) realized the quartz blade is sitting there with blood all over it
he twisted his poor old arms until his hands were way up high (near his shoulders)
he slammed him back in the the place where the hole is
and then after that they went around all these animals, and then coyote
haya:ł ła:n nasya', diywho' hay ch'ixolchwe sile'n hay mich'ing-ding. haya:ł xowa:-yung-xiwidilik me:lah
there were a lot of them going around, so that's why they all became fairy tales. and then some of them had stories told about them
some of them even have songs, all of those wild animals running around in the hills
"ya:xiniy ya:xinupse:, ya:xiniy, ya:sinupse" they always say, they always sing
and so then, the creator's helper told them what to do (how to work in order to live)
and so then they lived together that way, and then he watched after everything, he became the boss
hay wa:yung-xowitlik. haya:ł ła:n-xw 'a:'un'te diywho' mikyowe'-tah wa:yung-xowitlik haya:ł ła:n ne'in
there were many stories told about them (the animals) But then there's a lot of animals, like grizzly bear, that have stories about them. There were a lot of them.
some of (the stories) I don't remember. Coyote ...
... stories about him, all the things that they say he did
also the creator's helper, there were hundreds of stories about him, as he went around
he realized they're coming from the north [uphill], a lot of people are going along
and then they said, "you've got to make room for the people are going to be around here"
"you will move out of the way for the people that are coming"
"it's really nice, that's the one," he thought
haya:ł hay ya'winta:n xoke' sile'n. hay mich'in-ding ch'ina:n xontehl-taw xoke' jahdah-ding do:-niwho:n
and then he picked it up, it became his tail, and for that reason, his tail isn't very pretty
and then he also became a wild animal, and after that, (the humans) were coming along ...
and that's the reason they are here, they (the animals) were here in from the time before
as for him, (because he went bad), he is incarcerated out in the middle of the sea. one day ...
... they're all going to wake up, when he returns, we are waiting for him
My husband always says, "You're going to climb up on the back of this motorcycle."
...he rides to the store on it, and then he always tells me, "You'll like it a lot."
It was going up through the field, where my mother used to live, and then...
Then in spite of that it was OK.
Then, I didn't like that, "Take me home quickly," I said, "back to the house."
I rubbed my leg with grease where it was burnt.
And then, "It's not hard (to run this thing), you sit up here," and then ...
haya:ł midiłwa: xolisji te:sinya:-tehł-de' do'n ta:q'i-ding yehna:k'iwingqot-te: haya:ł hayi-xw 'a:whlah
and then, after that, [he said] "If you're going to go faster, put it into third gear," and then I did that.
"You learned really fast," he told me, "how to drive it!"
And then, I started driving it around to where my mother used to live.
Then as for her, she was so proud of me, because I'm riding a motorcycle.
And then, after that, OK, I go around all over the place, here and there.
whił-na:'uł'its to:-xw-tah whił-na:'uł'its haya:ł dungwho'owh ya'dehłts'e:-ne'in hay ch'e:xo:'owh-ding haya:ł
I drive around down by the river, and some other people lived out there by the gate, and then...
jahda: ch'ingkya:w na:d-e:-xw na:tł'a' na:ła'-q'i-ch'in' ye: no:'o:ltsil 'e'iliw haya:ł na:k'ide'iwis-te: ye: 'e'iliw haya:ł jahda:-din do: 'iwhyo' 'a:dił na'xołte: hayi-'e'n
...she's too big, it's like she leans over in the wrong way around the back [of the motorcycle], then it seems like it's going to fall over, and then I don't like to take her with me very much.
Then my relative (now deceased) would always come, and then she found out about it after a while.
And then, as for her, she used to know how to ride a motorcycle.
She always watches which way [the motorcycle] is going to go, and then on that side...
... on that side she sort of shifts her body in that direction. As for her, [the motorcycle] runs around in a good way with us.
After awhile my husband also sits on the back (of the motorcycle).
... it seems like the motorcycle is going to fly, ...
... and then it's like we play around in that good way, we just go around.
That was it!