'er-ker-yer-nerw • vn • float in water
Lexicon record # 4421 | Source reference: AS1
Derivation: morphological structure 'rkry-rnewkw-
Sentence example (1)
[Ch'uch'ish hes wee' k'ee merrn?] Weet kem merrn ne-puey-yeesh speee-go'-ro-new, een the spreeng. 'O lee', Kem ne-wo-paa' kee-chow 'oow 'er-ker-yer-nerw. 'O lee', 'eee, merrn. Kem ne-wo-chek' keech keew 'o he-gom'.
[Is the river duck a ch'uch'ish?] It's different, he has a race with salmon, in the spring. He says, "You will see me, I'll be there waiting (floating) in a pool", the loon said. "I will see you when you are there."
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— Alice Spott, Ethnobiology (AS1, 1962 or 1963)