Yurok dictionary

Morphology search: -on- [-on-] • intransitive final suffix • often used with inanimate states

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Search index (50)

tepo'n it is fixed, it stands (of things), it is rooted, it is vertical

tikwo'n it is broken, it is shattered

saawo'n it is cold (of liquid)

swecho'n it is torn, it has a tear

hl'ewkwo'n it is broken open

rewkwo'n it is soft, it is limp

teko'n it is added (in payment for an injury)

chkek'wo'n it is shallow, it is short

herikwonek' I cough

myooleyonok' I push aside, I push over

tewo'n it breaks (of rope or string)

cheykek'wo'n it is small (plants, etc.)

cheyke'ro'n it is small (trees, etc., houses)

hl'ohlko'n it crackles

hl'uhlkwo'n it explodes, shoots, goes off (of a gun, etc.)

knewe'lo'n it is long, it is tall, it is high (plants, trees, body parts, utensils, etc.)

kohtek'wo'n one (plant, etc.)

kokonewe'lo'n it is long (a tufted thing, grass, hair, etc.)

k'yoykwo'n it is slimy, slippery

lohlko'n it crackles

lo'oge'ro'n it is black, it is charred (trees, sticks, etc.)

mesi'ronun a slim man

mesi'ro'n he/she is slender, (human beings) it is thin, it is narrow (trees, etc., body parts, clothes, utensils, boats)

mewi'ro'n it is long and smooth

munche'ro'n it is white (tree, tree blossoms, etc.)

nahksek'wo'n three (plants, etc.)

na'ak'wo'n two (plants, etc.)

pekoye'ro'n it is red (round things, tools, etc., plants, etc., body parts, utensils, clothes, worms and ropes, etc., houses, boats)

pe'ro'n it is big (houses)

sito'n it cracks, it chips

skewihlo'n it is smooth, it is flat (of roads, etc.)

skewi'ro'n it is smooth (of trees, etc.)

suulikwo'n it is blunt, it is dull

swetonepek' I am tired out

sweto'n it cracks, it splits

tekonek' I wear (clothes)

tekteko'n it is sticky

tekteko'n it grows in tufts

tkwe'ro'n it is short, low (trees, etc., body parts, clothes, utensils)

tohtkwo'n it is rigid

tomak'wo'n

toomek'wo'n it is thick (plant, tree, etc.)

to'onek'wo'n four (plants, etc.)

twek'wo'n it is straight

twonek' I am nice (of a girl)

t'weykwo'n it is straight

t'yoykwo'n it is slippery

wehlowaawak'wo'n ten (plants, etc.)

yekwonehl a bend in a road

yekwo'n it is bent, it is folded

Dictionary entry

tomak'wo'nvi num • second element of compound numerals (plants, etc.)

Lexicon record # 3633 | Source reference: R257
Derivation: morphological structure tom-ek'w-on-e-