Georgiana Trull

Yurok Language Conversation Book, chapter 26: "Food Vocabulary" (2003)

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Text identifier: GT3-26
Speaker: Georgiana Trull
Edition: Georgiana Trull, "Yurok Language Conversation Book" (2003)

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  1. Keech tenpeyok'.
    I overate.
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  2. Skewok kee 'ne-nepek'.
    I want to eat.
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  3. Keech skeweenepek'.
    I'm full.
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  4. Cheeweyetek'...
    I am hungry for...
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  5. Tahtosek'.
    I'm starving
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  6. Nuemee skuue'.
    It tastes very good.
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  7. Keech ee' roo kee 'we-'e'gah.
    It's time to eat.
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  8. Chyue kee 'e'gah.
    Let's eat.
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  9. Paa', neemee skewok.
    No, I don't want any.
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  10. 'Ohlkuem.
    Of course (a way to say 'You're welcome').
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  11. Pee'woh.
    Sure (a way to say 'You're welcome').
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  12. Koweeshcho'.
    Thank you (for food).
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  13. Wokhlew.
    Thank you (prayer and other).
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  14. Tee'neesho kee nepee'mow?
    What are we going to eat?
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  15. Tee'neesho skewok kee k'e-nepek'?
    What do you want to eat?
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