me'loh • n • in-law whose spouse has died but who remains with spouse's family • relative
Lexicon record # 1666 | Source references: FS(B207) R223
Semantic domain: kin terms
Sentence example (1)
Kohchew keech 'o choomoyhl 'o neskwechokw' 'ue-me'loh mehl kue Heewow 'o tek 'o'lehl 'o Rek'woy nue 'we-chpegar', To's wee 'no-'o'hl keech kee 'na-'ahspee'moh 'emkee weet kee 'ne-soo 'e'gah?
Six days passed and a relative of his came from the house at Hiwow in Requa, and asked, May we now drink at home, and eat as we usually do?
— Florence Shaughnessy, "The First Salmon Rite at Wehlkwew" (LA16-8, 1951)