Your search: semantic domain greetings and polite expressions
Index order: alphabetical | text frequency
Broader semantic domain: activities
Related semantic domain(s):
ceremonies and dances, food, drink, and cooking, games, hunting and fishing
Writing system: default | hyphens | linguistic
muschen really, truly, true, yes, truly
wokhlew be glad, thank you, thanks, I give thanks, I am grateful
chuu' well, goodbye, come on
kowishcho' thank you, thanks, I am grateful
'ohlkum of course, you're welcome
chuhl well, goodbye, so be it
'ayekwi' alas!, I am sorry, a formal salutation of departure, formerly used "chiefly as farewell to the dead,
ney greeting between women
nowoh greeting between men
hoyii oh!, hey!, hello!
neyen greeting between women
wor mode of address by a man to his wife
'oyekwi' long for, miss, hey!, hello!, oh!
'oyii hey!, hello!, oh!
'oyuukwi' hey!, hello!, oh!
pi'woh • excl • why not!, you're welcome!, sure!, okay
Lexicon record # 2588 | Source references: JE149 YLCB10 YLCB104
domain: greetings and polite expressions
You're welcome, sure.
— Georgiana Trull, Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 3: "Are you hungry?"
Okay. (I'll do it)
— Georgiana Trull, Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 7: "Okay. Expressions"
Sure (a way to say 'You're welcome').
— Georgiana Trull, Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 26: "Food Vocabulary"