nee'eeyen • num • two (human beings)
Lexicon record # 2182 | Source references: R230 JE139
Sentence example (1)
'O gee' cho', Knokseemem' kue 'woogey son k'e-slekw; kolchee wohlkechee' tue' ko' 'o nerrgersem', weet kee chpee 'o nepem' kue meweemor 'we-romech 'ue-pewomek', 'ohlkuemee wok kem neeko'hl 'w-ohkepek' tue' wok kee chpee pew mehl kue nee'eeyen pegerk.
He was told, Leave behind your white man's type of clothes; every morning you will gather sweathouse wood, and you will only eat the old man's niece's cooking, because she too was always in training and she alone cooked for the two men.
— Florence Shaughnessy, "The First Salmon Rite at Wehlkwew" (LA16-8, 1951)