Dictionary Entry [entry ID #4708] (related entries)
siday • it (animal) stays there • verb (theme: si-da:) [inanimate subject]
- siwhday I'm living, staying there [1sg subject]
- ts'isday (or ts'isda, ch'isday) he or she is staying there [animate subject]
- ts'isda:-ding where he stays, his residence [literally, he stays there-place]
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he doesn't know how I can be in that phone
she's in there, and then she comes back out, and then she comes back home
somebody calls when I'm not home
somebody was waiting for her there, he did a bad thing to her, 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,
they're building a sawmill close to us, and the boss lives there, and he has a new car
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 ...
all day I stayed there, at school, and then
... two of them. and then they picked up the desk (what you sit on), what is made for putting stuff in
she said "you stay hidden in the car"
"you stay right here, when we come out, we're going to leave"
there was a big couch that used to be sitting there
he who was living in the sky
he looked around and opened his eyes, nobody was there. only one tail sitting there; it was ugly
And then, I started driving it around to where my mother used to live.
We always go up there to where my younger sister used to live, it runs up there.