'ne-nah • n dep • my property, my belongings
Lexicon record # 2403 | Source reference: R226
Special meanings or uses
Nekee' 'ne-nah It belongs to me, it is mine JE18 JE89
Nekah 'ne-nah It belongs to us, it is ours JE18
Wo'hl tue' 'we-nah It belongs to them, it is theirs JE18
Yo'hlkoh 'we-nah It belongs to them, it is theirs JE18
Kelee' k'e-nah It belongs to you, it is yours JE18
Sentence examples (4)
Ko'moy' heenoy keech 'o nooloo, 'o ge's, Cheesh, kwesee keech komchuemehl keech 'ne-nah.
He heard them behind him answering, and he thought, Well, now (the folk there) know that the salmon are mine.
— Lowana Brantner, "Wohpekumew and the Salmon" (LA16-3, 1951)
Kem 'okw' paas weeshtue' yo' nee yegol' 'w-esek' kee nuemee chue kue neemee kwelas k'ee 'we-nah, ha's, Kos'ela nek 'ne-nah.
Then he does not go around thinking that what is not his property should all be his, (and he does not) think, Would that it were mine.
— Florence Shaughnessy, "The Young Man from Serper" (LA16-7, 1951)
Kel' ho k'e-nah.
It used to be yours.
— Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (YL, 1951)