Georgiana Trull

Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 1: "Hello" (2003)

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Text identifier: GT3-01
Speaker: Georgiana Trull
Edition: Georgiana Trull, "Yurok Language Conversation Book" (2003)

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  1. 'Ayekwee'.
    Hello (I'm glad to see you).
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  2. 'Ayekwee', 'ne-too'mar.
    Hello, my good friend (or relation).
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  3. 'Ayekwee', keech chpaak 'o newochek'
    Hello, I haven't seen you in a long time.
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  4. Skueyen' 'ue-koy.
    Good morning.
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  5. Skueyen' 'ue-kechoyhl.
    Good afternoon.
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  6. Skueyen' 'we-chmey.
    Good evening (sunset).
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  7. Skueyen' 'we-nahschewen.
    Good evening (night).
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  8. 'O'lomah.
    Come in.
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  9. Nohp'ewes nue rekwoh k'r-ler'ergerh.
    Come in and drink some coffee.
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  10. To' kee kem newochek'
    I'll see you later.
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  11. To' kee kem newooch'o'
    I'll see you (pl.) later.
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  12. Chuue'.
    Goodbye.
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  13. 'Owook kee kem newochek'.
    I'll see you again tomorrow.
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  14. 'Owook kee kem newooch'o'.
    I'll see you (pl.) again tomorrow.
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  15. Chmeyoneen.
    Evening (as in good evening).
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  16. Wokhlew kee me k'e-nes.
    Thank you for coming.
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  17. Wokhlew kee me k'e-nuue'mo'w.
    Thank you (pl.) for coming.
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