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cheykoh be small (round things, houses)
kelomoh turn (intr.), turn over
kohtoh one (round thing)
mo'oh curl up
mo'ohkeloy curl up
mo'ohkeloyehl they are round (and large)
mo'ohkeloypek' I curl up
mo'ohkeloytek' I make (something) into a ball, I clench (a fist)
mo'ohkeroyehl they are round (and small)
munchrh be white, (of round things) be light-colored (of plants, etc.)
nahksoh three (round things)
ploh be big, (round things, plants, etc., body parts, utensils, clothes, houses, boats) be stout (human beings)
popoloh be big (round things, muscles)
prhlkwrh be gray (round things)
prkryrh be red (round things)
prmryrh rock used to make pemoyekw, waterproof, water-resistant, rainproof, smooth
rohkootek' I roll (something)
rohko'retek' I roll (something)
rohko'ronek' I roll myself
skrwrhkini flat (rocks)
skrwrhkryehl they are smooth, they are level, they are flat (round things, flat things)
srkryrh be hard, be unripe, be green (of fruit)
srpryrh encircle, something that encircles
s'eyoh pounding stone
tmoh be broken
tmohkeloyehl they are broken, they are broken in pieces (of bones, etc.)
tmohkeloyshok' I break (trans.), I break it by twisting or snapping
tmohkeloytek' I break (trans.)
tmohkelumek' I break
toktoh be a certain size (round objects)
tomowoh second element of compound numerals (round things)
to'onoh four (round things)
yrhprh be round
plohkeloyek' • vi e-class pass • I am big (round things, plants, etc., body parts, utensils, clothes, houses, boats) I am stout (human beings)
Lexicon record # 2623 | Source reference: R239
Derivation: morphological structure pl-ohk-eloye-
Other paradigm forms
3sg plohkeli' s/he is fat, s/he is stout, s/he is overweight JE51 JE67
collective plohkeloy'm R239
Nu negii'nes... plohkeli' ni ha'aag.
Go find some big rocks.
— Georgiana Trull, Sentences (LC-01-2)
Ku cheykeni huuk plohkeli'.
The baby is fat.
— Georgiana Trull, Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 15: "Who Are Your Relations?"
Numi plohkeli' ku ha'aag.
The rock is very big.
— Aileen Figueroa, Elicited Sentences with Bipersonal Verbs and Descriptive Verbs
Ki ni plohkeli', ku numi ploh kem ko 'o regop'.
It's going to be big, the very biggest one was filled.
— Florence Shaughnessy, Sentences (LA138-033)
Wek k'i 'o'lehl yok 'ini plohkeli'.
This house is bigger than that.
— Various speakers, Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language