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

Phoebe Maddux: Seed (1932)

Primary participants: Phoebe Maddux (speaker), John P. Harrington (researcher)
Date: 1932
Project identifier: JPH_TKIC-III.5.A.k
Publication details: John Peabody Harrington, Tobacco Among the Karuk Indians of California (1932), pp. 58-61


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[1]

pa'úhish

Seed

[2]

úhish

seed

[3]

as

stone; also used to refer to the pits of fruit

[4]

xuntápan

unshelled acorn; also used to refer to large edible seeds of the kind classed as nuts and acorns

[5]

iheeraha'úhish

tobacco seeds

[6]

iheeraha'uhishíkyav

tobacco seeds that they are fixing

[7]

pûun pún'as

wild cherry wild cherry pit

[8]

púraf axtháypuun puráf'as axthaypún'as

a kind of blue-colored berry ground squirrel's wild cherry blue-colored berry pit ground squirrel's wild cherry pit

[9]

faath fáth'as

manzanita manzanita pit

[10]

apúnfaath apunfáth'as

ground manzanita ground manzanita pit

[11]

fath'úruhsa fath'uruhsá'as

[green] manzanita green manzanita pit

[12]

pahaav paháv'as

black manzanita black manzanita pit

[13]

piichas pichas'as

peach peach pit

[14]

áprikots aprikots'as

apricot apricot pit