hee-ma-'erk-'uek • adv • below, underneath
Lexicon record # 494 | Source reference: R200
Semantic domain: directions and locations
Sentence examples (2)
Kue kel' kwe-lekw 'okw' k'e-kwol 'o hee-ma-'erk-'uek tue' wee 'o ke-ge-mo-lem'.
You have your own fishing place underneath and are always stealing there.
— Florence Shaughnessy, "The Fox and the Coon" (LA16-5, 1951)
Ne-puey hee-ma-'erk-'uek 'oyhl 'o kue ha-'aag.
A salmon is lying underneath the rock.
— Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (YL, 1951)