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he-see

Dictionary entry

he-seeprep • toward • Variant ha-see

Lexicon record # 452 | Source reference: R199

Sentence examples (13)

  1. He-see pue-lekw 'o so neee'-no-wom', to' ro-'oh kue wer-'err-gerch.
    You look downriver, there's some alder standing there.

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    — Glenn Moore, Sentences (AG-10) (AG-10, 2008)

  2. Nek he-see 'ne-te-ge-rew, te-ge-rue-pa' ?
    Are you talking to me?

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    — Jimmie James, Sentences (LC-01-1) (LC-01-1, 2007)

  3. Nek he-see 'werr-ger-yerch.
    I'm speaking English.

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    — Jessie Van Pelt, Sentences (JB-01-03) (JB-01-03, 2001)

  4. Wek mos ke-lew ha-see woh-pew kee ne-go-se-peem' 'ohl-kue-mee mos kee skuey' soo goo-le'-mow' kol' kee nee kmoyhl-ke-see'-mow'.
    Here you shall not marry into families in the west, because you would not fare well and would perish on the way.

    — Bessie Fleischman, "The Story of the Klamath River Song" (LA16-2, 1951)

  5. Kem weet 'e-la myah Se-gep kem 'ap new kwe-see ha-see puer noohl keech we-no'-mo-nekw we-no-'o-mor' kue 'yoch.
    And in this way Coyote jumped along and saw the boat floating down and moving toward the mouth of the river.

    — Florence Shaughnessy, "The Young Man from Serper" (LA16-7, 1951)

  6. Kue pe-gerk mehl Wehl-kwew kue ske-wok-se-meen kue 'we-na-'a-wok' ha-see hee-noyks laay' 'em-see pa-'aa-hleeks nee-kee ma laay' 'o kue meer-wer-ner-nee; soo ha-see' paas wo-nue laay' kue keech ho laahoh-kue' kue laa-yekw, mee' kwah-hley 'oohl wo-nues kee 'we-laa-yek' 'o kue laa-yekw.
    A man from Wehlkwew who wanted to catch surf fish went inside of the path and then into the water at the high water line; so strictly was it intended that one should not pass over where the path had been made, because it was forbidden for anyone to walk on the path.

    — Florence Shaughnessy, "The First Salmon Rite at Wehlkwew" (LA16-8, 1951)

  7. Ha-see per-werw 'o so koo-'op' 'o kue ne-puey noohl 'o gam' kue me-wee-mor, Ch'ue-mey' 'ne-te-wo-mehl keech 'ne-koh-che-wo-chek'.
    The old man stood to the south of the salmon and said, I am so glad that I have caught you.

    — Florence Shaughnessy, "The First Salmon Rite at Wehlkwew" (LA16-8, 1951)

  8. Ha-see hee-noyks laay' 'e-see pa-'aa-hleeks nee-kee ma laay'.
    He passed behind it and then went into the water.

    — Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (YL, 1951)

  9. Ha-see pue-rey-yow soo tmoow'.
    You will shoot to the north.

    — Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (YL, 1951)

  10. He-see hee-noyks laay'.
    He passes to the inside.

    — Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (YL, 1951)

  11. Ha-see yo' 'o mue-rek'.
    I dodged in that direction.

    — Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (YL, 1951)

  12. He-see Sa-'ahl weet 'o me-nue'-ro-gehl.
    They disappeared in the water there toward Sa'ahl.

    — Domingo of Weitchpec, "Turip Young Man and His Dogs" (dictated version) (I1, 1906)

  13. He-see hee-koh ho laa-so-nee'.
    Then he took it across the river.

    — Domingo of Weitchpec, "Turip Young Man and His Dogs" (dictated version) (I1, 1906)