Georgiana Trull

Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 9: "What are you making? Making, Doing, Fishing" (2003)

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Text identifier: GT3-09
Speaker: Georgiana Trull
Edition: Georgiana Trull, "Yurok Language Conversation Book" (2003)

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  1. Tee'neeshoo hohkue'?
    What are you making?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  2. Tee'neeshoo hohkue'mo'w?
    What are you (plural) making?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  3. Tee'neeshoo hoh?
    What are you making?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  4. Tee'neeshoo kee neee'ne'm?
    What are you looking at?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  5. K'e-'ekah hes 'ochkaa hoh?
    Are you making a hat?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  6. Nekomuey k'e-holeemek' kue luemon hes?
    Do you know how to make eel baskets?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  7. Keech kegoh nepuey.
    They have been catching fish.
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  8. Kos'elson 'ue-koh nepuey.
    I hope he gets a fish.
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  9. Koh k'e-nepuey hes?
    Did you catch any?
    Source: YLCB37 |  
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  10. Kues toom' k'e-nepuey?
    How many did you catch?
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  11. Keech kohchew' nepuey.
    He caught a fish.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  12. Nek pueleek 'we-roy 'em kertkerk'.
    I went fishing downstream with a pole.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  13. Kootep 'we-heechoo 'em kertkerk'.
    I went fishing below Kootep.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  14. Chue yo'k'wen kee nue hoo.
    Let's go someplace.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  15. Chue puelekw kee nue hoo.
    Let's go down the road.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  16. Kee muuehl.
    Settle up. (You need to settle up)
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  17. Chyue kee muuehl.
    Let's settle up.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  18. Mos kue hlkyorkwe'm.
    You can't watch (whatever's going on).
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  19. Kee muuehl poy.
    We have to settle first.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  20. To' hes keech muuehl?
    Have you settled up?
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  21. 'Iee, keech muuehl.
    Yes, we settled up.
    Source: YLCB38 |  
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  22. Chela' kee helomeyes.
    Let's dance. (to one)
    Source: YLCB39 |  
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  23. Chela' kee helomeyee'm.
    Let's dance. (to a group)
    Source: YLCB39 |  
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  24. Ho'ow mehl hohkue' tekwonekws.
    A box is made with cedar.
    Source: YLCB39 |  
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  25. Keehl 'oohl 'we-'yoch mehl hohkue'.
    An Indian boat is made with redwood.
    Source: YLCB39 |  
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  26. 'Oohl 'we-'ol' keehl 'we-nahko' mehl hohkue'.
    An Indian house is made with redwood boards.
    Source: YLCB39 |  
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  27. Pkwo'olo' 'ue-'warkwech 'oohl 'we-skery mehl hohkue'.
    An Indian dress is made with maple bark.
    Source: YLCB39 |  
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