Ararahih'urípih
A Dictionary and Text Corpus of the Karuk Language

Phoebe Maddux: Parts of the Tobacco Plant (1932)

Primary participants: Phoebe Maddux (speaker), John P. Harrington (researcher)
Date: 1932
Project identifier: JPH_TKIC-III.5.A.b-g
Publication details: John Peabody Harrington, Tobacco Among the Karuk Indians of California (1932), pp. 50-52


Text display mode: paragraph | sentence | word | word components


[1]

imnak káru ámtaap

Charcoal and Ashes

[2]

iheerahéemnak

tobacco charcoal

[3]

iheeraháamtaap

tobacco ashes

[4]

peheeraha'úhthaamsa úhthaam uhtháamha iheeraha'úhthaam iheeraha'uhthamhíram pámitva iheeraha'uhthamhíramhanik peehêeraha u'íiftihirak imkánvaan pífapu iheerahapífapu sah'ihêeraha

Tobacco Plots any garden, orchard, or plantation; a tobacco plot to plant, to sow tobacco plot tobacco garden former tobacco plot place where tobacco grows woman's name; Phoebe Maddux any volunteer plant volunteer tobacco plant wild tobacco

[5]

pa'éepuum iheeraha'éepuum eepúm'anamahach eepumtunvêech eepum'afivîich 'afivîich ishchâachip

Root tobacco root rootlet rootlets bottom of the root the very bottom used in basketry; refers to the top of the bull pine root

[6]

pa'uhípih suuf áhup músuuf mu'áhup súfan ikchúrahaha ávan asiktávaan itáharavan itráhyar pa'ávan kúpat uhípih iheeraha'ípa ikutunváramuu vâaramas pamu'ikutunváramuu. áptiik iheerahaaptiktunvêechas mutiktunvêechas aptíkar. úptiikhitih. unúhyaachas pa'uhípih, sú' kúnish árunsasa. ákthiipkunish, akthip'iváxra, pa'uhípih, patuvaxráhaak. usúruvarahitih. usuruváraahitih.

Stalk fish backbone; pith wood, stick its stalk its stalk refers to the backbone of animals other than fish refers to the backbone of a deer from which the ribs have been cut husband, male woman, female ten men 10 stalks a young, succulent sprout or stalk, especially one which has just come up and is still leafless tobacco stem tobacco plant joint in a stem The sections between its joints are long. limb, branch (of a tree) little tobacco branches its little branches It has many branches. ; It is branchy. It has branches, limbs. The tobacco stems are round [in section] and empty inside. They are like ákthiip [grass sp.], like dry ákthiip, the tobacco stems, when they get dry. It is hollow. They (tpl.) are hollow.

[7]

pamúmaan máan múmaan umáanhitih. imyaat kúnish upiyáatunvaramoohitih. tharúfeep

Bark skin; bark its skin, its bark It has skin. ; It has bark. It is like fur all compressed together. peelings of hazel sticks and willow sticks (used in basketry)

[8]

pamúsuuf suuf peheeraha'ípa usúufhi su'.

Pith fish backbone, pith of a plant stalk The tobacco plant has pith inside.