Your search: semantic domain games
Index order: alphabetical | text frequency
Broader semantic domain: activities
Related semantic domain(s):
ceremonies and dances, food, drink, and cooking, greetings and polite expressions, hunting and fishing
Writing system: default | hyphens | linguistic
hookwchek' I gamble, I play cards
rohsek' I throw, I pitch (a ball)
meenek' I bet
herhlper' sticks (in stick game)
herk'eryek' I hide
chokchoop' drum, drumstick
herhlperh stick game
kerguuek a round is won (in a game)
parkokwch guessing sticks, playing card
rewpenek' I win (in gambling)
sroy signal in games
wahtey tossle in stick game
cheenomelek' I give away part of my winnings in a game
chokchoop'ar' drum, drumstick
chpeeego'repek' I get ready for a race
hooloh rohkuet basketball
kuuerk cross the goal-line, score, as in the stick game
kuuerksek' I play the stick game, I score (in the stick game)
rehl'ep' be concentrated in a given direction, of a wish or a prayer, be tossed in a given direction in the stick game, point in a given direction, of a person
repoy drum song
repoyok' I sing a song with drum beating
werhlperh stick game
hookw • vn • gamble
Lexicon record # 601 | Source reference: R201
Heekon kue 'ela hoole'monee neekee chue 'o gookw, kwesee kue 'o'rowee' kem 'o gookwch'.
Once upon a time the inhabitants of the earth were all gambling, and the
dove too was gambling.
— Florence Shaughnessy, "The Mourning Dove"
Heekon kue 'ela hoole'monee neekee chue hookw.
Once upon a time all who were there were gambling.
— Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language