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váruprav / várupram- to come out; (sun) to rise
lexicon ID #6450 | revised Oct 31 2014
váruprav / várupram- • V • to come out; (sun) to rise
Source: WB 1513.9, p.393
- tuváruprav pakúusra. The sun has already come up. [Reference: JPH ethno ?:380]
Sentence examples (6)
mâam pakúusra tuváruprav.
The sun rose just uphill.Source: Chester Pepper, "Coyote Tries to Reach the Sun" (WB_KL-12) | read full text
pookfúkuvraa, yánava ithyáruk xás tuváruprav pakúusrah.
When he climbed up over (the ridge), he saw the sun was rising across (above the next ridge).Source: Chester Pepper, "Coyote Tries to Reach the Sun" (WB_KL-12) | read full text
The sun was rising.Source: Lottie Beck, "The Greedy Father" (WB_KL-23) | read full text
vaa ik kumûuk neethxúpeesh pa'árus."
When I come back out (of the water), you must cover me with the seed-basket."Source: Mamie Offield, "Shinny Game Medicine" (WB_KL-54) | read full text
ta'ítam poopváruprav ta'ítam upiythúfriheen.
When it came back up, it shook itself.Source: Mamie Offield, "Shinny Game Medicine" (WB_KL-54) | read full text
kári xás uxus, "
xâatik vúra nipváruprav."
And she said, "I'm sick, let me go out!"Source: Mamie Offield, "A Trip to the Land of the Dead" (WB_KL-58) | read full text