Robert Spott

Sentences in Spott and Kroeber's Yurok Narratives (1942)

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Text identifier: YN
Speaker: Robert Spott
Primary documentation: A. L. Kroeber
Edition: A. L. Kroeber, Yurok Narratives (1942)

  1. Kee hloomelek' 'ne-tel.
    She is taking away my pain.

    Source: YN154

  2. Skuey' k'e-chemeen ke'l.
    Your pain is good.

    Source: YN159

  3. Nee kahseluemek' kee soch.
    I don't know what to say.

    Source: YN194

  4. Mos weetee mehl nue 'n-egok'.
    I did not come for that.

    Source: YN220

  5. Weetee mehl nue 'n-egok'.
    That is what I came for.

    Source: YN220

  6. 'R'gerrk 'o 'we-chkeyek' weehlkwo' 'ue-megokw 'we-tegerew: Keetee knokseechek' mehlkwehl tkeeektoh.
    Then as he slept in the sweat house he dreamed that his dog spoke to him: I am going to leave you because she has punched me with a cane.

    Source: YN236