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Sentences in R. H. Robins's Yurok Language (1951)

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Text identifier: YL
Speaker: Various speakers
Primary documentation: R. H. Robins
Edition: R. H. Robins, The Yurok Language (1958)

  1. Nek he-lo-mey-yek'.
    I am (was) dancing.

    Source: R:16

  2. Puuek ro-'op'.
    The deer is (was) running.

    Source: R:16

  3. Kel' ho-'op-'es!
    Build a fire!

    Source: R:16

  4. Wok 'ne-let.
    That is my sister

    Source: R:16

  5. Wo-'oot kue tmeee-go-meen.
    He is the hunter.

    Source: R:16

  6. Keech me-wee-mor 'nech-'eesh.
    My dog is now an old fellow.

    Source: R:16

  7. Nek kwe-lekw weesh 'ue-paa.
    Well, I am his brother.

    Source: R:16,140

  8. Kol' ne-pek'.
    I am eating something.

    Source: R:16

  9. Te-lo-gue-mek' 'neyr-pehl.
    My tooth aches.

    Source: R:16

  10. Kee-tee 'e'-gah.
    They are going to have a meal.

    Source: R:16

  11. Yo' te-no' 'we-che-gel'.
    She has a lot of seaweed.

    Source: R:17

  12. Nek kwe-lekw wek 'new.
    This is my name.

    Source: R:17

  13. Ne-kah kwe-lekw ho pe-lep'.
    We were in a fight.

    Source: R:17

  14. Nep' no-'oh 'weryhl.
    He ate two eggs.

    Source: R:17

  15. Nek ne-wook' kue pe-gerk 'wo-'o'hl.
    I saw the man's house.

    Source: R:17

  16. Kel' 'okw' skuey-ye-nee k'e'-yoch.
    You have a good boat.

    Source: R:17

  17. Pe-gerk 'em-see wen-chokws he-lo-mey-yem'.
    Men and women were dancing.

    Source: R:17,149

  18. Pe-gerk wen-chokws huuek-soh kem te-nem'.
    There were lots of men, women, and children.

    Source: R:17

  19. Kue pe-gerk no'p-'en' me-weehl.
    The man chased an elk.

    Source: R:17,19

  20. Chmey-yaan kue pe-gerk no'p-'en' me-weehl.
    The man chased an elk yesterday.

    Source: R:17

  21. Kue pe-gerk no'p-'en' me-weehl chmey-yaan.
    The man chased an elk yesterday.

    Source: R:17,134

  22. Me-cheek 'okw' ha-'aag.
    There is a stone in the fire.

    Source: R:18

  23. Skuey' so-nee-ne-pek'.
    I feel good.

    Source: R:18

  24. Ne-kah kee kem ne-woh-pew pekw-sue nue-mee chpaa.
    We will see each other again soon.

    Source: R:18,134

  25. Kol' ne-pek' 'ohl-kue-mee chee-wey-yek'.
    I am eating something because I am hungry.

    Source: R:18

  26. Nek ka-'eyr wee kee yoh.
    I will make it a pet.

    Source: R:18,22,29

  27. Kel' cho nah-chee-sem' k'ew kue 'nuuek!
    Give your name to my child!

    Source: R:18,106

  28. Yo' weesh tme-no-me-nee 'wehl-kehl.
    Part of the land is his.

    Source: R:18

  29. Ne-kah ho he-lo-mey-yem' 'em-see ho rue-ro-woo'-moh.
    We were dancing and singing.

    Source: R:18

  30. Yo' ho gak'ws 'em-see ho chwe-geen.
    He laughed and talked.

    Source: R:18

  31. Ke-nee-mee wo ko'-mo-yok' 'em-see nee-mee wo ne-wook'.
    I neither heard it nor saw it.

    Source: R:18

  32. Nek no'p-'e-nek' me-weehl tue' te-poo-nohl 'o ro-'op'.
    I was chasing an elk but it ran into the forest.

    Source: R:18

  33. Te-nem' 'oohl wee 'oo-lem'.
    A lot of people live here.

    Source: R:18,143

  34. Keet he-go-'o-mah cho' nuue'-mehl.
    They arrived just as we were making the fires.

    Source: R:18

  35. Nee mokw' ho ne-pek'.
    I had nothing to eat.

    Source: R:18

  36. Nee mokw' ske-wok-seem'.
    No one likes it.

    Source: R:18

  37. Nek soo kee-tee ten.
    I think it will rain.

    Source: R:18

  38. Ha-sek' 'o-wook kee he-gok'.
    I think I will go tomorrow.

    Source: R:18

  39. Yo' ham' mos kee ye-gokw'.
    He says he cannot go.

    Source: R:18

  40. Yo' kwe-lekw ma ha's kue ke-po-yue-rek'.
    He decided to go swimming.

    Source: R:18

  41. To' hes 'ee ye-sem' kee ye-gok'?
    Do you still intend to go?

    Source: R:18

  42. Nee-kee toom' 'we-ne-geee'-no-wohl.
    Then they all looked for it.

    Source: R:18

  43. Nek ske-wok kee 'ne-se-ga-'a-gey-yek'.
    I want to be rich.

    Source: R:19,56

  44. Nue-mee mep new keech 'uek-yew'.
    We were just in time to see it capsize.

    Source: R:19

  45. Kue se-ga-'a-gey-yem' keech soo-tohl.
    The rich people have gone away.

    Source: R:19

  46. K'ee wee 'oo-le'-mo-nee wa'-so-yo-wohl.
    Those who live here are poor.

    Source: R:19

  47. Me-weehl no'p-'en' kue pe-gerk.
    An elk chased the man.

    Source: R:19

  48. Ne-pe'-weesh-neg nep' ne-puey.
    An otter ate a salmon.

    Source: R:19

  49. Nek ske-wok-see-mek' pa-'ah.
    I want some water.

    Source: R:19

  50. Yo' 'oh-puem' kue chey-ke-nee.
    She fed the child.

    Source: R:19

  51. Tee'-now ne-wom' kue kel' k'ep-sech?
    Who saw your father?

    Source: R:19,152

  52. Kue kel' k'ep-sech tee'-now ne-wom'?
    Whom did your father see?

    Source: R:19,152

  53. Ne-kach ne-woh-pen' kue wen-chokws.
    The woman saw me.

    Source: R:19

  54. Kel' ne-kah kee neee-goom'.
    We will take you with us.

    Source: R:19

  55. Yo'hl-koh tee'-nee-show weesh 'wes-ke-wok?
    What do they want?

    Source: R:19

  56. Tee'-nee-show weesh 'wes-ke-wok yo'hl-koh?
    What do they want?

    Source: R:19

  57. He-lo-mey' kue pe-gerk.
    The man is dancing.

    Source: R:19

  58. Kue pe-gerk he-lo-mey'.
    The man is dancing.

    Source: R:19

  59. Hoo-lee' 'noo-loh.
    My basket is twisted.

    Source: R:19

  60. Noo-rew' k'e-poy.
    Your tattooing is pretty.

    Source: R:19

  61. Nee mokw' 'no-'o'hl.
    I have no house.

    Source: R:19

  62. Nee mo-'okw' mech.
    There is no fire here.

    Source: R:19

  63. Plok-seen 'ne'-yoch.
    My boat is wide.

    Source: R:20,63

  64. Nee-mee skuey-ye-nee wee 'oohl.
    That man is no good.

    Source: R:20

  65. Yo' nes-kwe-chokw'.
    He is coming back.

    Source: R:20

  66. Kel' ho te-get.
    You were crying.

    Source: R:20

  67. Yo'hl-koh me-ge-lohl.
    They are coming too.

    Source: R:20

  68. Nee-mee sloyhl-ke-toy kel'.
    You have not swept it.

    Source: R:20

  69. Kues no-'ohl kee kem nue nuuem' yo'hl-koh?
    When are they coming back?

    Source: R:20

  70. Nek kol' ne-pek'.
    I am eating something.

    Source: R:20

  71. Yo' ne-kach kee ne-woh-pen'.
    He will see me.

    Source: R:21

  72. Kel' nek kee ne-woh-pa'.
    You will see me.

    Source: R:21

  73. Kue kel' k'e-too'-meyr ne-kach tok-see-pen'.
    Your friend likes me.

    Source: R:21

  74. To' hes ke-lach ske-wok kue me-wa-se-goh?
    Do the boys like you?

    Source: R:21

  75. Yo-'oot keech soo-tokw' kue chey.
    The child has gone over to him.

    Source: R:21

  76. Nek wee' le-koo-tek'.
    It was I who stabbed it.

    Source: R:22

  77. Yo'hl-koh weesh ho laa-yo-lue-mehl.
    It is they who taught him.

    Source: R:22

  78. Tee'-nee-show wee' k'es-ke-wok ke-lew?
    What do you all want?

    Source: R:22

  79. Wey' chpey-yuer' wee' mehl k'ee ne-pe'-woo.
    This story is about the first salmon to run.

    Source: R:22

  80. Tee'-now weesh ne-wom' kue 'nep-sech?
    Who was it who saw my father?

    Source: R:22

  81. Weesh nee 'ol'.
    He is here.

    Source: R:22,103

  82. Kues wee' soo-sem'?
    What do you think?

    Source: R:22

  83. Wee 'oh-to-yoh.
    We had our feelings hurt.

    Source: R:22

  84. Hlmey-yo-wom' mehl wee'.
    You are getting mean about it.

    Source: R:22

  85. Skuey-ye-nee wee 'oohl.
    He is a good man.

    Source: R:22,63

  86. 'Yon-cheesh keech 'o key.
    He sat in the boat.

    Source: R:25

  87. Nek hoh 'ne-pop.
    I am making bread.

    Source: R:29

  88. Me kooych 'ne-ne-puey.
    I bought some salmon.

    Source: R:29

  89. Cho' nue se'-raa-tem' k'er-perk-'erk'!
    Go and whittle the kindling!

    Source: R:29

  90. Le-nekw 'oohl kee-sen.
    A person drowned in the summer.

    Source: R:29

  91. Tme-no-me-nee nah-chee-sek' yo' k'ee cheeek.
    I gave him half the money.

    Source: R:29

  92. 'Yon-chee laa-yek'.
    I went by boat.

    Source: R:29

  93. Cho sloy-choom' ho pa-'aahl!
    Go down to the water!

    Source: R:29

  94. Kaa-mehl ko 'o ge-gok'.
    I will go to the grave.

    Source: R:29

  95. Kue k'e-ke-so-me-wet cho 'o-lo-ne-mem'!
    Carry it in your left hand!

    Source: R:29

  96. Kee lah-chue' so Koh-pey.
    They are making a voyage to Crescent City.

    Source: R:29

  97. Ke-lew hes nee-kee chue tok-see-mue' kue yo'hl-koh?
    Do you all admire them?

    Source: R:30

  98. Nee-mee ho ne-pue' ne-puey kue weet we-no-'o-mehl.
    People did not eat salmon during that season.

    Source: R:35

  99. Te-lo-ge'-mow' nee pue-leek.
    Down river the people are ill.

    Source: R:36

  100. 'Ok'ws 'wah-pew.
    He has a wife.

    Source: R:39

  101. Nek keech tey-ke-le-wo-mo-yek' mehl ley-yes.
    I have been bitten by a snake.

    Source: R:50,98,146

  102. Srmer-yer-wee' ch'uech-'eesh mehl ha-'aag.
    The bird was killed with a stone.

    Source: R:50

  103. Ne-kah le-ko-mey' 'o 'o'-lep.
    It was put away by us in the house.

    Source: R:50

  104. Ne-kah wee' chpee 'e-ko-nee' kue ne-puey.
    The salmon is held by us alone.

    Source: R:50

  105. Yo' nah-chel' kue 'yoch.
    He was given the boat.

    Source: R:50

  106. Te-ma-loh hloy-kee'.
    We tried for a long time.

    Source: R:50

  107. Nee-kee chue 'o hl'er-chee'.
    We hit bottom all the way.

    Source: R:50

  108. To' wee k'es-kuey-yah.
    You are doing fine.

    Source: R:53

  109. Wee-'eeet wee' 'we-son.
    This is the same.

    Source: R:53,86

  110. Wek nee-mee wee' 'we-son.
    This is not the same.

    Source: R:53,86

  111. Wek weesh 'we-ne-wook'.
    This is what he saw.

    Source: R:53

  112. Wek wee 'o 'ue-maa-ye'-mek' kue le'-mo-nee.
    This is where the travelers pass.

    Source: R:54

  113. Pe-cheek 'ee 'ne-mew'.
    I come from up river.

    Source: R:54,103

  114. Woh-pewk 'ue-me-we-chek'.
    The wind is in the west.

    Source: R:54

  115. Weet 'ee nue-mee mehl 'we-chah-chew.
    That is why it is difficult.

    Source: R:54

  116. Tue' 'woo-ror'.
    Then he ran off.

    Source: R:54

  117. Nee wee' 'ne-mos-ko-chee-chek'.
    I am just lending it to you.

    Source: R:54

  118. Kues noohl wee me k'e-le'-mow'?
    How far did you all go?

    Source: R:54

  119. Tee'-nee-show wee' 'wes-ke-wok?
    What does he (do they) want?

    Source: R:54

  120. Kues 'we-son?
    How did it happen?

    Source: R:54

  121. Tee'-nee' k'es-ke-wok?
    What do you want?

    Source: R:54

  122. Tee'-nee' k'oh-kue-mek' 'o yo'?
    What are you doing here?

    Source: R:54

  123. To' wee' no-'ohl keech kee 'na-'ahs-pee'-moh?
    Can we now drink in our homes?

    Source: R:54

  124. Kues wee k'e-soch?
    What did you say?

    Source: R:54

  125. Kues 'e-lekw wee kee 'ne-so-no-wok'?
    What on earth can I do about it?

    Source: R:54

  126. Mues-chen hes ko-lo-nee k'es-ke-wok-sees-'o'?
    Do you really like them?

    Source: R:54

  127. Ke-lew kues 'ee k'e-me'-wo-me'-mow'?
    Where are you people from?

    Source: R:54

  128. Nee-ko'hl 'wehl-mey-yo-wohl.
    They are always mean.

    Source: R:54

  129. Ne-kah nee-ko'hl pue-le-kuek nee nue 'noo-le'-moh.
    We always go down to the river mouth.

    Source: R:54,119

  130. Nee-ko'hl ko-lo-nee 'we-loh-pek' kue mo-'oh-peer.
    The fog always seems to come in lumps.

    Source: R:54

  131. Nee-ko'hl kol' k'e-ro-'o-pek'.
    You are always running off somewhere.

    Source: R:54

  132. Spe-geee nee-ko'hl kyues 'o 'we-'e-ko-lek'.
    A hawk is always hovering over there.

    Source: R:54

  133. Nee-ko'hl 'we-ten-pe-we-hlek'.
    It is always raining.

    Source: R:54

  134. Chpee-kah 'ne-'er'-gerh.
    I am always yawning.

    Source: R:54

  135. Nue-mee schey 'ne-kwes-kwe-sek'.
    I have always got a cold.

    Source: R:54

  136. Kos-'e-la-son 'ue-ke-mey-yek'.
    I wish he would go home.

    Source: R:54,138

  137. Kos-'el-son 'we-we-chehl.
    I hope they get well.

    Source: R:54,138

  138. Kos-'el-son me ko 'ne-noh-pe-wek'.
    I wish I had gone in.

    Source: R:54,114

  139. Kos-'el-son kee-tee 'wes-ke-weg.
    I hope the weather gets fine.

    Source: R:54

  140. Kos-'el-son nue 'ne-cheee-ge'-loh.
    I wish we could go seaweed gathering.

    Source: R:54

  141. *
  142. To' 'e-lekw wee 'ue-wey-yuuen k'e-kee-mo-lah.
    You are the worst person I have ever seen.

    Source: R:55

  143. Wee' 'ue-wey-yuuen tom' k'ee puuek.
    This is the biggest deer I have ever seen.

    Source: R:55

  144. Ch'ue-mey' see 'nehlk-yor-kwoy!
    How I wish you had seen us!

    Source: R:55,78,138

  145. To' wee 'we-nuue-woyk' 'ue-kaa-mo-pek'.
    I have never seen such rough water.

    Source: R:55

  146. Kel' keet-wert-'erysh k'ahkw-sek'.
    You are laughing too much.

    Source: R:55

  147. K'e-pew ske-wom'.
    Your cooking smells good.

    Source: R:55

  148. Le-kwo'hl 'ue-muue'-mow'.
    The mourning filled the air.

    Source: R:55

  149. Skuey-yen' 'ne-ne-pek' k'ee ne-puey.
    It is good for me to eat the salmon.

    Source: R:55

  150. Rew-kwon' 'wech-ween.
    He speaks softly.

    Source: R:55

  151. Nee mokw' hes k'oh-se-pek'?
    Are you not ashamed?

    Source: R:55

  152. Nue-mee poy-we-son k'e-rue-ro-wok'.
    Your singing is first rate.

    Source: R:55

  153. Nee-mee skuey' 'we-son.
    It is not good that it should have happened.

    Source: R:55

  154. Skuey' k'e-son!
    Good for you!

    Source: R:55

  155. Ta-'a-nee' 'ne-we-chek'.
    I am hot and bothered.

    Source: R:55,199

  156. Yo' ske-wok kee 'ue-ke-mey-yek'.
    He wants to go home.

    Source: R:56

  157. Nek wee so-nee-ne-pek' kee 'ne-gok'.
    I think I will go.

    Source: R:56

  158. Keech wey 'ue'-we-gah.
    He has got a divorce.

    Source: R:56

  159. Nek ne-wook' kel' k'ep-sech 'we-gok'.
    I saw your father go.

    Source: R:56

  160. Ko'-mo-yok' yo' 'we-te-get.
    I heard him crying.

    Source: R:56

  161. Ske-wok ke-lew kee k'e-me-ge-low'.
    I want you all to come with me.

    Source: R:56

  162. Nek ko-'o-yue-mek' kee kem 'woh-kue' k'ee 'o'-lehl.
    I am paying for the house to be repaired.

    Source: R:56

  163. Nee-kee ma too'-moh 'ne-laa-yo-'o-mah.
    Then we all passed by in a group.

    Source: R:56

  164. 'Ikee toom' 'wookw-chehl.
    They were all gambling.

    Source: R:56

  165. Se-kee'-nes k'e-ke-neek'-we-chok'!
    Steer as hard as you can!

    Source: R:56

  166. Kwoy-chok' wee' ho 'ne-soo-sek'.
    I thought this over slowly.

    Source: R:56

  167. Mos skuey' kee k'e-te-lo-ye-wek'.
    It is not good for you to tell lies.

    Source: R:56

  168. Ne-kah kee yoo-le'-moh kee 'ne-ne-geeen'.
    We are going around looking for it.

    Source: R:56

  169. Tue' re-gor kue 'uep-ler-wer-neryk'.
    The waves were running up making it high water.

    Source: R:56

  170. Te-lo-gue-mek' kue kel' ho k'e-te-lo-ye-wek' mehl nek.
    I am annoyed that you told lies about me.

    Source: R:56

  171. Nee-ko'hl 'nech-per-werk kue me 'ne-neee-ge'-yoh.
    I always remember the walk we took together.

    Source: R:56

  172. Mehl nek 'nes-kuey-yah-pe-lek' wee' mehl son'.
    It came about through my good offices.

    Source: R:56

  173. Nee-mok-sue noh-te-nehl 'woo-le'-mehl.
    They are unable to walk.

    Source: R:56

  174. Peesh-kaahl mehl loh-pee'hl kee-tee 'we-ten.
    The clouds are gathering from the sea, so it will rain.

    Source: R:56

  175. Kee-kee chue wo-'eek le'-moh 'ne-kooych-kwoh.
    We will all go in and buy it.

    Source: R:56

  176. Ko'-mee te-noo wee' nee 'we-ro-'oh te-poo.
    There are too many trees growing here.

    Source: R:56

  177. Kue ho 'ue-pe-le-pek' mehl chwe-geen.
    He was telling of the fighting.

    Source: R:56

  178. Nek so ko ko-rek' 'ne-we-chek'.
    I was the sole survivor.

    Source: R:56,121

  179. Yo' ke-lach ske-wok kee k'e-ne-wo-yek'.
    She wants to see you.

    Source: R:56

  180. Ke-gey-chek kue me-wah kue ho 'we-lo-'o-mah.
    The boys are tired with running together.

    Source: R:56

  181. Cho hloy-kow' k'e-saa-'a-go-chue'.
    Try to speak Yurok!

    Source: R:56

  182. Nek chpee-nah 'ne-pa-'ah kee 'we-ta-'a-noo-pek'.
    I am waiting for my water to get hot.

    Source: R:56

  183. Nek te-wo-mehl kee keech ho k'er-ner-gery.
    I am glad that you helped.

    Source: R:56

  184. Nee-mee wo nah-che-lek' kee 'nehlk-yor-kwek'.
    I was not allowed to watch.

    Source: R:56

  185. Nek ske-wok kue 'ne-ke-po-yue-rek'.
    I want to go swimming.

    Source: R:56

  186. Nek ha-sek' kue ke-po-yue-rek'.
    I think I will go swimming.

    Source: R:56

  187. Nee ma chke-no' kee mehl 'ne-'e'-gah.
    It was very little for us to eat.

    Source: R:57

  188. Ne-wo-yek' 'ne-lo-mey-yek'.
    I was seen dancing.

    Source: R:57

  189. Keech wey 'woo-le'-mek' 'oohl.
    The end of the people has come.

    Source: R:57

  190. Weet 'ee-nee me-ro-gey' kee 'we-hloohl we'-yoh.
    Thus it was easier for them to get their wood.

    Source: R:57

  191. Ko ne-wo-chek' keech k'e-nes.
    I saw you as you arrived.

    Source: R:57

  192. Noohl 'o chper-werk 'ne-sek' kyue' nee 'okw' 'ne-cheeek.
    Then I remembered my money was there.

    Source: R:57

  193. 'O ne-wom' 'we-sek' kue 'o'-lehl ho soo sloyhl-ke-tee'.
    Then he saw that the house had been swept like that.

    Source: R:57

  194. Kom-chue-mehl 'we-sek' ne-kah wee' chpee 'e-ko-nee' kue ne-puey.
    They knew that the salmon was held by them.

    Source: R:57

  195. Ko-lo 'ee ne-wee' 'we-sey-yek' kol' sook poy 'ue-we-no-'o-mue-rehl.
    It seemed that some things were swimming in front.

    Source: R:57

  196. Kue keech ho 'ue-ko'-mo-yok' me-see he-gol'.
    When he heard it he went.

    Source: R:57

  197. Kue kel' k'e-nes 'o ge's pe-chan weesh kee 'ol'.
    When you came he decided to stay a while.

    Source: R:57

  198. Cho' me-see mehl hloom' kue k'e-nes-kwe-chok'.
    Get it there when you come back!

    Source: R:57

  199. Nee-kee 'ue-koo-see ten.
    It was raining everywhere.

    Source: R:58

  200. Keech tok-to-mo-yehl kee 'ue-muech me-ge-tohl-kwe-pehl.
    They are old enough now to look after themselves.

    Source: R:58

  201. Nue-mee te-wo-mehl kue k'e-ma noo'-mo-ne-mek' kue 'nuuek.
    I am very glad that you carried my child.

    Source: R:58

  202. Skuey' soo ko'-mo-yow' hes kee nee 'ne-soo toh?
    Do you all hear us talking well?

    Source: R:58

  203. Kel' kues wee k'e-soo soch?
    What do you mean?

    Source: R:58

  204. Tee'-nee-show wee' k'e-mehl nue nes?
    What have you come for?

    Source: R:58

  205. Nek kom-chue-mek' wee k'e-mehl ha-sek'.
    I know why you think so.

    Source: R:58

  206. Plok's 'ne'-yoch.
    My boat is wide.

    Source: R:63

  207. Skuey-yen' wee 'oohl.
    He is a good man.

    Source: R:63

  208. Ne-wook' noo-rew we'-yo-no'.
    I saw some pretty girls.

    Source: R:64

  209. Kue le-ko-nee pe-gerk keech kol' son'.
    The man who fell down has died.

    Source: R:64

  210. Kue se-ga-'a-gey-yem' pe-gerk keech kol' lem'.
    The rich men have gone away somewhere.

    Source: R:64

  211. Kue pe-gerk kue le-ko-nee keech kol' son'.
    The man who fell down has died.

    Source: R:64

  212. Kues so-nee-nep' kue wen-chokws kue le'-lo-nee?
    How is that woman feeling who was burnt?

    Source: R:64

  213. Keech hlee' kue pe-gerk kue woh-pue loo-teen me-wah.
    The man who drowned a boy has been caught.

    Source: R:64

  214. Mos te-nem' k'ee saa-'a-go-che'-mo-nee.
    There are not many people who speak Yurok.

    Source: R:65

  215. Kue re-goh-pe-neen 'ue-pa-'ah ske-lee keech le-kon'.
    The person who was filling the buckets has fallen down.

    Source: R:65

  216. Kee-tee ne-ge-moh kue kee ro-'o-peen.
    We will take someone who can run.

    Source: R:65

  217. Ko-lo kee-tee moyk' kue kel' koh-too-lee-shoo-mom ch'ee-shah.
    The dog you hit looks as if it is going to die.

    Source: R:66

  218. Mues-chen hes me-wo-re-ge-tem' kue nah-che-lom cheeek?
    Have you really spent all the money you were given?

    Source: R:66

  219. Meyr-kuem' k'ee ne-puey kue nah-che'-leesh kee 'we-ne-pek'.
    He ate up the salmon he was given to eat.

    Source: R:66

  220. Tee'-now kue pe-gerk kue me ne-woo-mom?
    Who was the man you saw?

    Source: R:66,99

  221. Kue nek hlmey-yor pe-gerk keech nes-kwe-chokw'.
    The man I fear has come back.

    Source: R:66

  222. K'ee 'weryhl kue kel' no-wo-ne-mem' keech koo-see hl'ekwhl-'ew.
    The eggs that you bought are all broken.

    Source: R:66

  223. Kue ne-kah kooych-kwoh 'o'-lehl kwe-lokw kee hoh-kue'.
    The house we bought will have to be repaired.

    Source: R:66

  224. Te-lo-gue-mek' kue pe-rey soch-pey-ye-ween.
    I am annoyed at what the old woman said.

    Source: R:66

  225. Mos nek keech to-mo-yek' k'ee kel' to-mo-yom.
    I am not as old as you are.

    Source: R:66

  226. Wee' soo-tokw' kue yo' 'o chek-cheyn.
    She went over to where he was sitting.

    Source: R:66

  227. 'Enue-mee son' k'ee he-go-nee kee so-no-wom'.
    He did exactly as he was told.

    Source: R:66

  228. Mos noo nep' kue maa-geen ne-pee'-mo-nee.
    He did not himself eat what others ate.

    Source: R:66

  229. Nek ne-wook' kue ho soo 'oo-lom.
    I saw how you lived.

    Source: R:66

  230. Chue kee kwe-get 'o kue me nuue'-mo-nee 'oo-le'-mo-nee.
    Let us pay a visit where those who came here live.

    Source: R:67

  231. Kue yo' peer-werk te-lo-ga'.
    (The man) whom she loves is ill.

    Source: R:67

  232. Cheen-kee' k'ee 'o'-lehl 'o tek.
    The house site is being changed.

    Source: R:67

  233. Keech cheen-kee' kue ho le-gaa-ye'-mow'.
    (The path) where people used to pass has been changed.

    Source: R:67

  234. K'ee nee pe-geyr-kohl kee ko nee chyuuek'-we-nek'.
    I will be sitting where (people) are living.

    Source: R:67

  235. Nek kom-chue-mek' kue soo-to'-leesh 'o'-lehl.
    I know the house where he has gone.

    Source: R:67

  236. Kue keech nuue'-mo-nee 'woo-gey keech noohl chke-no' ke'-mow.
    Since the white man came food has been scarce.

    Source: R:68

  237. K'ee keech to-mo-yoh noohl muech me-ge-tohl-kwe-pek'.
    Since I have been grown up I have looked after myself.

    Source: R:68

  238. Kue cho ple-goh-peen kee ye-gok'.
    I will go when the waters are in spate.

    Source: R:68,106

  239. Kue kel' cho he-goo-lom see 'o me-ge-lok'.
    When you went I should have gone with you.

    Source: R:68,121

  240. Kue 'e-la pe-le-peen nahs-chueh wen-chokws kem ske-lee le-chee'.
    During the fighting there last night a woman was knocked down as well.

    Source: R:68

  241. Ho ko-mee-nah kue 'we-rookw-sek' kue laa-ye'-moh.
    We felt the wind as we passed.

    Source: R:68

  242. Nek kom-chue-mek' kue yo'hl-koh nee-ko'hl 'we-le'-mo-nee.
    I know where they always go.

    Source: R:68

  243. Nek nah-chee-sek' cheeek.
    I gave him money.

    Source: R:77

  244. Nek ne-wo-chek'.
    I see you.

    Source: R:77

  245. Nek ne-wo-chek' kel'.
    I see you.

    Source: R:77

  246. Kee-tee keem-ko-sek'.
    I shall punish him.

    Source: R:77

  247. Kee-tee keem-ko-sek' yo'.
    I shall punish him.

    Source: R:77

  248. Nek nah-chee-sek'.
    I give it to him.

    Source: R:77

  249. Nek nah-chee-sek' kue chey.
    I give it to the child.

    Source: R:77

  250. Yo' now-kwoy.
    He looks after us.

    Source: R:77

  251. 'Ne-too'-meyr ke-lach nee-mee k'en-rok-sey-yem'.
    My friends do not trust you.

    Source: R:77

  252. Yo'hl-koh ne-kah ser-mer-yer-wery.
    They will kill us.

    Source: R:77

  253. Yo'hl-koh ke-lach 'oh-pe-lem'.
    They will give it to you.

    Source: R:77

  254. Nek ke-mey-yo-ne-me-sek'.
    I will take him home (e.g., a child).

    Source: R:77

  255. Nek ke-mey-yo-ne-mek' yo'.
    I will take him home (e.g., a person drunk, ill, or injured).

    Source: R:77

  256. Yo' ke-lach 'o noo'-rep'.
    He followed you there.

    Source: R:77

  257. Ne-kah ske-wok-see-moh yo'.
    We like him.

    Source: R:77

  258. Ske-wok kee 'ne-ne-wo-chek'.
    I want to see you.

    Source: R:78

  259. Nee-ko'hl k'e-ter-gue-sek'.
    You are always talking to him.

    Source: R:78

  260. Ch'ue-mey' see k'ehlk-yor-kwoy!
    How I wish YOU had seen us!

    Source: R:78

  261. Nek ske-wok kee k'e-nah-chah.
    I would like you to give it to me.

    Source: R:78

  262. Nek ske-wok kee 'ne-nah-chah.
    I would like you to give it to ME.

    Source: R:78

  263. Keech me-wo-re-ge-tek' kue 'ne-nos nah-chee-pen' cheeek.
    I have spent the money my husband gave me.

    Source: R:78

  264. Kue pe-rey neee-geyhl kue 'uek-'ep-'ew.
    The old woman took her grandson with her.

    Source: R:80

  265. Kel' neee-ge'-yue' kue wen-chokws.
    You have been with the woman.

    Source: R:80

  266. Nek kee neee-ge'-yoh.
    I will take him with me.

    Source: R:80

  267. Kel' hes wee' neee-ge'-yue'?
    Did he go with you?

    Source: R:80

  268. Mos te-gen.
    It never rains.

    Source: R:82,110

  269. Nee-mee 'ue mep ke-go'-mo-yok'.
    I have never heard of it.

    Source: R:82

  270. Pe-gee-'ee-ye'-moh.
    Lots of us were gathering mussels.

    Source: R:82

  271. Cho nue re-go-'o-me-chem'!
    Go and chase them away!

    Source: R:82

  272. He-gek' kee woh-pe-chek'.
    I hate the idea of crossing the water.

    Source: R:82

  273. Ko-lo huue'-wo-nee'hl k'ee 'wes-'o-nah.
    The heavens seem to be waking up.

    Source: R:84

  274. Nue-mee 'we-nue-'ueh son'.
    It is just the same.

    Source: R:86

  275. Keech hes 'ee shon' kee k'e-gok'?
    Are you ready to go?

    Source: R:86,113

  276. Keech 'ee shon' kee 'ne-gok'.
    I am ready to go.

    Source: R:86

  277. Koh-chew keech choo-moyhl.
    Six days had elapsed.

    Source: R:89

  278. Nek kee na-'a-mo-'ok'.
    I shall be away two days.

    Source: R:89

  279. Yo' na'-mee lok keech tom'.
    He is now two years old.

    Source: R:90

  280. We-hlo-waa chee mech-ken'.
    It is ten feet long.

    Source: R:90

  281. Kerr-meek' keech chee mech-ka'.
    It is already nine feet long.

    Source: R:90

  282. Wek chee mech-ken'.
    It is so many feet long.

    Source: R:90

  283. Na'-mee tmoh-ke-lee' kue roo-wo's.
    The pipe was broken in two places.

    Source: R:90

  284. Ho na'-mee he-gok'.
    I was traveling for ages.

    Source: R:90

  285. Kee mos-kek' koh-toh k'e-cheeek.
    I will borrow one dollar from you.

    Source: R:90

  286. Kues choo'-mow'?
    How many are you?

    Source: R:92,193

  287. Kues ter-mer-wer-'ery?
    How many (animals) are they?

    Source: R:92

  288. Kues ter-mer-wer-'eryhl?
    How many (animals) are they?

    Source: R:92

  289. Kues to-mo-woh ha-'aag?
    How many rocks are there?

    Source: R:92

  290. Kues choo-mee'?
    How long (a time) is it?

    Source: R:92

  291. Kues kee choo-mo-'oom'?
    How many days will you be away?

    Source: R:92

  292. Ne-kah ke-gor' ro-'o-poh.
    We ran one at a time.

    Source: R:93

  293. Me-rueh che-goom' we-no-'ee'-mehl.
    They came in fives.

    Source: R:93

  294. Kue 'nuuek keech po-pel'.
    My children are now big.

    Source: R:96

  295. Ho s'e-gok.
    They boxed.

    Source: R:97

  296. Tee'-now ho he-lo-mey-yem'?
    Who were dancing?

    Source: R:97

  297. Yo' ho pegpe-goh 'we'-yoh.
    He split up his wood.

    Source: R:97

  298. Ne-kah ho rue-ro-woo'-moh.
    We sang.

    Source: R:97

  299. Kues ho te-poh?
    Where was he hit?

    Source: R:98

  300. Te-lo-gue-mek' kue kel' ho soch.
    I resent what you said.

    Source: R:98

  301. Ne-kah nee-ko'hl ho 'nehl-kuue'-moh.
    We always used to gather acorns.

    Source: R:98

  302. Nek nahk-se-mee ho kwe-get.
    I visited her three times.

    Source: R:98

  303. Keech wey 'we-lo-mey-yem'.
    They have finished dancing.

    Source: R:98

  304. Kues keech soot'?
    Where has he gone?

    Source: R:98

  305. Keech hek-sue'.
    It has been found.

    Source: R:98

  306. Nek keech we'-ye-sek'.
    I have bought my bride.

    Source: R:98

  307. Kue nek hlmey-yor keech nes-kwe-chokw'.
    The man I am afraid of has come back.

    Source: R:98

  308. Keech swoo'-mel'.
    He stinks now (from contact with something).

    Source: R:98

  309. Keech chpaa-nee chwe-geen.
    You have been talking a long time.

    Source: R:98

  310. Nes-kwee keech we-nokw'.
    He is coming near.

    Source: R:98

  311. Keech ror'.
    It is snowing (has started to snow).

    Source: R:98

  312. Kue keech nuue'-mo-nee 'woo-gey keech noohl chke-no' ke'-mow.
    Since the white man arrived food has been scarce.

    Source: R:98

  313. Ne-woo keech 'uek-yew'.
    We saw it capsizing.

    Source: R:98

  314. Kel' ho se-ga-'a-gey-yem' kwe-lekw keech wa'-so-yo-wom'.
    You used to be rich, but now you have become poor.

    Source: R:98

  315. Kue hee-noy ho we-no-'o-mor' poy keech ro'.
    The one who was behind has run ahead.

    Source: R:98

  316. 'Ep'ehl wo hlo-yek' see 'o leee-koo-me-lek'.
    If I had been caught I should have been knifed.

    Source: R:98

  317. Se-ga-'a-nee noohl soh-chee 'ue gek'ws.
    Often he found it far up in the hills.

    Source: R:98

  318. Me tme-gok'.
    I went hunting.

    Source: R:99

  319. Na-'an' me hlom'.
    He brought two.

    Source: R:99

  320. Yo'hl-koh me toh-kow.
    They went to have a talk.

    Source: R:99

  321. Yo'hl-koh ho toh-kow.
    They had a talk.

    Source: R:99

  322. Tee'-nee-show me ne-woom'?
    What did you see?

    Source: R:99,151

  323. Yo' wo-'eek me nek' cheeek 'o kue te-kwo-nekws.
    He put the money into the box.

    Source: R:99

  324. Nek kem ma che-ge'-loh.
    I too went seaweed gathering.

    Source: R:99

  325. Kue me-ges ma he-wo-lon kue te-lo-ge'-mo-nee.
    The doctor cured the sick.

    Source: R:99

  326. Meyr-kwe-nee 'e-me neeen'.
    He looked everywhere.

    Source: R:99

  327. Ko-lo 'e-ma le-kwo'hl 'we-goo-sem'.
    Their shouting seemed to fill the air.

    Source: R:99

  328. 'Ema chkey-yek' 'o kyuen'.
    I went there to sleep.

    Source: R:99

  329. Peesh-kaahl 'e-ma ke-po-yue-rek'.
    I swam in the sea.

    Source: R:99

  330. Yok 'e-ma koh-che-mo-'ok'.
    I stayed there one day.

    Source: R:99,143

  331. Ne-ka-'ahl 'e-ma kee-mo-lep'.
    He was rude to me.

    Source: R:99

  332. Wo-nue 'e-la key.
    I sat on top.

    Source: R:99

  333. 'Ela pe-lep'.
    There was fighting there.

    Source: R:99

  334. Kue 'e-la pe-le-peen nahs-chueh wen-chokws kem ske-lee le-chee'.
    In the fighting there last night a woman was knocked down as well.

    Source: R:99

  335. Nek 'e-la ne-wo-sek'.
    I saw him there.

    Source: R:99

  336. Hee-kon kue 'e-la hoo-le'-mo-nee nee-kee chue hookw.
    Once upon a time all who were there were gambling.

    Source: R:99

  337. Nue-mee mep new keech 'uek-yew' kue 'yoch.
    We were just in time to see the boat capsize.

    Source: R:99

  338. Kel' hes mep ne-woom'?
    Were you in time to see it?

    Source: R:99

  339. Kee meeech-kah.
    I shall go on foot.

    Source: R:99

  340. Kee 'oh-sek' pa-'ah.
    I will give him some water.

    Source: R:99

  341. Kee ma-'e-po-yew k'e-che-wes.
    Your hand will be tied up.

    Source: R:100

  342. Nek kee yek-sek'.
    I will tell her.

    Source: R:100

  343. Kee hee-me-no-mee le'-moh.
    We will go quickly.

    Source: R:100

  344. To' kee 'okw'.
    It should be left alone.

    Source: R:100

  345. Kee kol' ne-pek'.
    I can eat something.

    Source: R:100

  346. Yo' kee saa-'a-goch'.
    He can talk Yurok.

    Source: R:100

  347. Kue ne-kah kooych-kwoh 'o'-lehl kwe-lekw kee hoh-kue'.
    The house we bought must be repaired.

    Source: R:100

  348. Nek kwe-lokw kue nahk-se-mee we-goy-chok'.
    I shall be away three days.

    Source: R:100

  349. Nek kue mehl-'en.
    I will go and ask.

    Source: R:100

  350. To' ne-kah kue hloo k'e'-yoh.
    We will go and get your firewood.

    Source: R:100

  351. To' kel' ne-kah kue neee-goom'.
    We will go with you.

    Source: R:100

  352. Kue chkey-yek'.
    I am going to bed.

    Source: R:100

  353. Kee-tee ta-'a-noy'hl.
    It is going to be hot.

    Source: R:100

  354. Kee-tee hoo-lee' 'noo-loh.
    My basket will turn out twisted.

    Source: R:100

  355. Ko-lo kee-tee he-gol'.
    It looks as if he will go.

    Source: R:100

  356. Yo' ham', Kee-tee keem-ko-sek'.
    He said, I shall punish him.

    Source: R:100

  357. Ne-wook' keet 'ne-le-koo-me-lek'.
    I saw I was about to be stabbed.

    Source: R:100

  358. 'Ne-che-wes keet tment-men.
    My hand has started to throb.

    Source: R:100

  359. Mep ne-wook' keet 'we-go-'o-mah.
    I was in time to see them starting to light the fires.

    Source: R:100

  360. To's keet he-we-chem'?
    Are you beginning to get better?

    Source: R:100

  361. Keet po-'oh 'ne-meehl.
    My leg is healing.

    Source: R:100

  362. Keet chke-nem' k'ee puuek 'o wee-'eeet.
    The deer are beginning to get scarce there.

    Source: R:100

  363. Noohl keet saa-we-lehl.
    Then they began to cool off.

    Source: R:100

  364. Noohl ne-wom' 'we-sek' kwe-lekw pue-le-kuek keet 'we-son-cho-yek'.
    Then he saw it begin to be paddled down stream.

    Source: R:100

  365. Kee-tue hlkuue'-moh.
    We are going acorn gathering.

    Source: R:100

  366. Ne-kah kee-tue re-ge-moh.
    We are going to dance the doctor dance.

    Source: R:101

  367. Kee-tue hoh pee-'eeh.
    I am going to pick up mussels.

    Source: R:101

  368. Kuey' ke-see he-gok'.
    I will go later on.

    Source: R:101

  369. 'Owook ke-see we-nok'.
    I will not come until tomorrow.

    Source: R:101

  370. Yo'hl-koh kee poy he-lo-mey-yem' ke-see ke-lew he-lo-mey-ye'-mow'.
    They will dance first and then you will dance.

    Source: R:101

  371. 'Esee nes.
    Then he came.

    Source: R:101

  372. Chpaa-neek' 'e-see se-wep'.
    It was a long time before he breathed.

    Source: R:101

  373. Lo-'o-mah 'e-see let-ko-leem'.
    They ran along and then flew.

    Source: R:101

  374. Keech wey 'we-'e'-gah 'e-see nuuem'.
    They came after we had finished our meal.

    Source: R:101

  375. We-hlo-waa chee he-gokw' 'we-sa-'a-wor noohl 'e-see pkwe-chol' kue 'ue-ma-'ah.
    Its shadow came ten times before the devil appeared.

    Source: R:101

  376. Nahk-se-mee ho kwe-get noohl 'e-see ko'-mo-yok'.
    I visited her three times before I heard it.

    Source: R:101

  377. Kue keech 'ue-ko'-mo-yok' me-see he-gol'.
    When he heard it he went.

    Source: R:101

  378. 'Owook me-see hek-sek'.
    I will not tell him until tomorrow.

    Source: R:101

  379. 'Ochkaa he-lo-mey' kue pe-gerk.
    The man is dancing now.

    Source: R:101

  380. 'Ochkaa kol' ne-pek'.
    At the moment I am eating.

    Source: R:101

  381. 'Ochkaa hoh-kue' 'ue-poy.
    Her tattooing is being done now.

    Source: R:101

  382. We'yk-'oh kwe-lekw 'och-kaa tme-go'.
    At present he is out hunting.

    Source: R:101

  383. 'Ochkaa swoo'-mel'.
    He stinks now (naturally).

    Source: R:101

  384. 'Ochkeech chper-werk.
    I have just thought of it.

    Source: R:101

  385. Nek wo'-nee kol' ne-pek'.
    At present I am having something to eat.

    Source: R:101

  386. Wo'-nee neee'-no-woh kue we-goh-pey-yem'.
    Now we are guarding the crossing place.

    Source: R:102

  387. Kel' kues wo'-nee serr-hler-pem'?
    What are you doing now?

    Source: R:102

  388. Kue wo'-nee re-goh-pe-neen 'ue-pa-'ah ske-lee keech le-kon'.
    The person who was filling the water has fallen down.

    Source: R:102

  389. Nek keet-kwe-la ne-ko-muey 'ne-saa-'a-go-chek'.
    I can still speak Yurok.

    Source: R:102

  390. Yo' keet-kwe-la noh-ten' 'wech-ween.
    She is still able to talk.

    Source: R:102

  391. Ko ne-wook' keet 'wehl-mey-yo-wohl noohl 'o ke-mey-yek'.
    I saw that they were getting nasty, so I went home.

    Source: R:102

  392. Ne-kah kwe-lekw ko' herk-'er-yem' mee' pe-gerk ne-kah no'p-'e-noy.
    We hid because a man was chasing us.

    Source: R:102

  393. Nek 'nep-sech nue-mee 'wehee-noy ko ner-gery kue wee-'eeet 'we-sook.
    My father was the last man to assist at this sort of thing.

    Source: R:102,136

  394. Ko ge-sey-yek' skuey' 'ne-son.
    I shall be thought to be doing right.

    Source: R:102

  395. Pekw-sue hes ke-lew ko ner-gery-ker-pa'?
    Won't you all help me?

    Source: R:102,140

  396. Mo-cho kee ne-woh-pen' kwe-lekw ko' ser-mer-yer-wer-yek'.
    If he sees me, I shall be killed.

    Source: R:102

  397. To' woo-geen ko ko-'o-ye-wek'.
    Then I will hire someone else.

    Source: R:102

  398. To' wee-'eeet ko hekws-pa'.
    Then you will find me there.

    Source: R:102,144

  399. Pekw-sue hes ko re-kwoh?
    Won't you drink something?

    Source: R:102

  400. Kem ko soch!
    Say it again!

    Source: R:102

  401. Hehl ko koo-'op-'es!
    Hey, stop!

    Source: R:102

  402. Pa-'aahl 'o tek koh-toh ha-'aag.
    One rock sticks up in the water.

    Source: R:102

  403. Kues 'o pa-'an'?
    Where is there water?

    Source: R:103,150

  404. Nek te-poo-nohl 'o chey-yoh-pee-nek' puuek.
    I hid the deer in the forest.

    Source: R:103

  405. Key-yoh 'o le-nekw 'oohl.
    Someone drowned in the autumn.

    Source: R:103

  406. 'Wes-'o-ne-week 'o 'e-kol' knuuue.
    A hawk hovered in the sky.

    Source: R:103

  407. Noohl hee-noy 'o we-no-'eem'.
    They came afterward.

    Source: R:103

  408. Kyue' he-goo-sem' kue 'yon-chee 'o rek-'eeen.
    Those sitting in the boat are shouting over there.

    Source: R:103

  409. Nek soo yo' ke-lach 'o noo'-rep'.
    I think he followed you there.

    Source: R:103

  410. Pekw-sue hes ne-kah ke-lew 'o me-ge-luue'-moh so Koh-pey?
    May we not go with you to Crescent City?

    Source: R:103

  411. Ne-kah wo'-nee hookw-che'-moh 'o ge-goy, Lekw-see le'-mekw!
    We were gambling at the time and they told us, Get outside!

    Source: R:103

  412. 'O'lep 'o te-no' pern-cherch.
    There is a lot of dust in the house.

    Source: R:103

  413. Hee-kon nue-mee keem soo ye-wo'hl tue' 'o te-nem' meyr-kwe-wohl.
    Years ago there was a terrible earthquake and many people perished.

    Source: R:103

  414. To-soh wa'-soy' tue' 'o skuey-yen' kue pe-gerk.
    Though he is poor the man is good for all that.

    Source: R:103

  415. Yo' chwe-geen nek 'o her-geekw-ser-werh.
    While she talked I was smiling.

    Source: R:103

  416. 'O ket-'uel'.
    There is a lake there.

    Source: R:103

  417. Keech nue-mee 'e'-gah 'o le-kwo'hl kue 'o'-lehl.
    They were just eating when the house fell in.

    Source: R:103

  418. Pa-'aahl nee 'oo-lew ha-'aag.
    There are rocks in the water.

    Source: R:103

  419. Ma he-wo-lon kue nee 'oo-le'-mo-nee.
    He came and healed those who were here.

    Source: R:103

  420. Nee mo-'okw' ne-puey 'o kue raa-yoy.
    There is no salmon in the creek.

    Source: R:103

  421. 'Yoch 'ue-po-yew nee 'oyhl 'nech'-wo-na'.
    My coat is lying in the front of the boat.

    Source: R:103

  422. Wo-new nee 'oo-le'-mehl.
    They are up in the hills.

    Source: R:103

  423. Hee-noy nee son'.
    He is backward.

    Source: R:103

  424. Pe-chue kwe-lekw nee-ko'hl nee 'wes-ke-weg.
    Upriver it is always fine weather.

    Source: R:103

  425. Nee-ko'hl kol' nee k'e-gok'.
    You are always going off somewhere.

    Source: R:103

  426. Choo-lew 'ee yoo-lem'.
    They are around down below.

    Source: R:103

  427. 'O ne-wook' kyue' 'ee hoyhl-kep'.
    I saw it rolling about there.

    Source: R:103

  428. Kaa-me-ge'hl tue' hes 'ee ye-sem', Kee he-gok'?
    The weather is bad, do you still think, I will go?

    Source: R:103

  429. Te-ma hloy kee 'ne-kwe-get tue' yo'hl-koh 'ee nuuem'.
    I tried to visit you but they arrived at the time.

    Source: R:103

  430. To' nue-mee kaa-meg 'ee le'-moh.
    Although the weather was bad we went all the same.

    Source: R:103

  431. Ko-wee-cho hee neee'-no-wom'!
    Don't look around!

    Source: R:103

  432. 'Enee ko'-see me-seee-go-nee'.
    He was massaged all over.

    Source: R:104

  433. Keech cheen-kee' kue ho le-gaa-ye'-mow'.
    The path has been changed.

    Source: R:104

  434. K'ee pe-gerk nue tmeee-go' puuek.
    The men have gone deer hunting.

    Source: R:104

  435. Nee-ko'hl nue 'ne-nek-che-noy.
    He always comes to meet us.

    Source: R:104

  436. Pekw-sue hes nue me-ge-loom'?
    Are you not going along too?

    Source: R:104

  437. Nek nue no-no-woch-'o'.
    I have come to fetch you all.

    Source: R:104

  438. Nue-mee kee-mol' nue 'ne-'er'-gerp.
    My news is very bad.

    Source: R:104

  439. We-nos nue re-kwoh k'e-pa-'ah!
    Come and drink your water!

    Source: R:104

  440. Nue tra'k-'os!
    Go and get some water!

    Source: R:104

  441. Nue hl'os kue mue-'ueh-kwo-le'-wey!
    Go and fetch the wedge!

    Source: R:104

  442. Yo' ha-'aag mehl ser-mert' ch'uech-'eesh.
    He killed the bird with a stone.

    Source: R:104,146

  443. Tee'-nee-show mehl toh?
    What are they talking about?

    Source: R:104,151

  444. Pa-'aa-mee' kue 'yohl-koych'; ko-wee-cho mehl ho-'o-pem'!
    The firewood is wet; don't use it to make the fire!

    Source: R:104

  445. Tue' mehl che-gey-ken' 'ne-cheee-shep'.
    That is why my flowers are small.

    Source: R:104

  446. Peesh-kaahl mehl loh-pee'hl.
    The clouds are coming in from the sea.

    Source: R:104

  447. Kues son' mehl nes?
    Why have you come?

    Source: R:104,151

  448. Yo'hl-koh mehl te-lo-ye-wehl.
    They told a lie as they passed.

    Source: R:104

  449. Te-wo-mehl mehl 'ne-nek-che-nee-chek'.
    I am glad I met you on the way.

    Source: R:104

  450. Ne-puey wee' chpee mehl son'.
    Only salmon were concerned in this.

    Source: R:104

  451. Yo' kwe-lekw nek mehl ke-mo-loch'.
    She is jealous about me.

    Source: R:104,147

  452. Kes-kee 'e-mehl hekw-sek'.
    I found it down there.

    Source: R:104

  453. Laas 'e-mehl nek-che-ne-sek'.
    I met him on the road.

    Source: R:105

  454. Se-la re-chohl.
    They paddled in that direction.

    Source: R:105

  455. Pue-le-kuek so chween.
    He prayed to the north.

    Source: R:105

  456. Choo-lekw so sloy-chok'.
    I climbed down the hill.

    Source: R:105

  457. Hee-koch so he-goo-sek'.
    I am shouting across the water.

    Source: R:105

  458. Ne-kah naa-geen so myoo-ley-yo-noy.
    They pushed us aside.

    Source: R:105

  459. Kue roo-wo's weet so we-ge-noyhl.
    That is what the pipes were called there.

    Source: R:105

  460. K'e-so pe-mey-yo-mee'.
    It seemed oil smooth.

    Source: R:105

  461. K'e-so tes-top'.
    It looked as if it had been congealed.

    Source: R:105

  462. K'e-so pe-ko-yop'.
    The water flowed red, it seemed.

    Source: R:105

  463. Me ske-wok ke-lew see me-ge-low'.
    I wanted you all to come with me.

    Source: R:105

  464. Nek ske-wok see 'ne-ne-wook' 'wes-we-goo-peehl.
    I should like to see it pour with rain.

    Source: R:105

  465. Nek kom-chue-mek' kue see hek-choh.
    I know what I should have told you.

    Source: R:105

  466. Chmey-yaan see nes.
    He should have come yesterday.

    Source: R:105

  467. Kel' see ke-mey-yo-ne-mem' kue chey.
    You ought to take the child home.

    Source: R:105

  468. Noo ne-pek'.
    I eat it too.

    Source: R:105

  469. Noo 'oh-chek'.
    I am giving you some too.

    Source: R:105

  470. Yo' noo ro-'op'.
    He is running with the rest.

    Source: R:105

  471. Ko-we-cho noo hlmey-yo-ne-mem' kue chey!
    Stop frightening the child!

    Source: R:105

  472. Ko-wee-cho noo hom-te-pem' mehl k'ee pue-see!
    Stop playing with the cat!

    Source: R:106

  473. Kel' cho wo-nue soo-nem' k'e-ruer!
    Sing higher!

    Source: R:106

  474. Cho chuerp-'ery k'er-wer'-yers we'-lep!
    Comb your girl's hair!

    Source: R:106

  475. Cho' chpee-nah-pee-pa' 'o-wook-paa!
    Wait for me till the day after tomorrow!

    Source: R:106

  476. Kue laas 'o gue-no-wo-nee te-poo cho 'oo-le-kwem'!
    Camp by the tree at the side of the road!

    Source: R:106

  477. Cho' hloy-koom' k'e-saa-'a-go-chek'!
    Try to talk Yurok!

    Source: R:106

  478. Cho 'o goo-lehl soo-toom'!
    Go into the garden!

    Source: R:106

  479. Keet he-go-'o-mah cho' nuue'-mehl yo'hl-koh.
    They arrived just as we were making the fires.

    Source: R:106

  480. Nek key-yoh cho 'ook'.
    I was born in the fall.

    Source: R:106

  481. Kues cho nes-kwe-chokw'?
    When did he come?

    Source: R:106

  482. Kues cho' so-nee-ne-pem'?
    How do you feel?

    Source: R:106

  483. Kues cho son' k'ep-sech we'yk-'oh?
    How is your father today?

    Source: R:106

  484. Kues cho soo-sem'?
    What do you think of it?

    Source: R:106

  485. Chee 'o'p-'een k'e-pop!
    Give me some of your bread!

    Source: R:107

  486. Chee kol' nep's!
    Have something to eat!

    Source: R:107

  487. Chee hoh-kue-mekw!
    Do some work, all of you!

    Source: R:107

  488. Chee nah-chel kol' sook!
    Give us something!

    Source: R:107

  489. Chee rek-'eeen!
    Sit down, all of you!

    Source: R:107

  490. K'ee too-me-nee so-no-wo-nee ch'uech-'eesh nue-mee chue ke-goh-chew'.
    He used to catch all sorts of birds.

    Source: R:107

  491. Soo te-nohl-key'.
    He is so stingy.

    Source: R:107

  492. Kues soo he-go-lem'?
    How do you say it?

    Source: R:107,151

  493. Kues soo ne-key'?
    What is that called?

    Source: R:107

  494. Soo hee-moo-rey-yo-wohl ne-kah naa-geen so myoo-ley-yo-noy.
    They were in such a hurry that they pushed us aside.

    Source: R:107

  495. Nee-mok-sue pye-wo-lue-mek' kue ner-perw soo se-key'.
    I could not chew it the meat was so tough.

    Source: R:107

  496. Mos ko'-leesh kom soo knue'-lo-ge'hl k'ee peesh-kah.
    No one knows how deep the sea is.

    Source: R:107

  497. 'Omee-mos soo toh-kow.
    They are talking Hupa.

    Source: R:107

  498. Keech slo-'ehl-koom' soo ne-wo-yem'.
    You look thin.

    Source: R:107

  499. 'O tment-men 'neyr-pehl soo le-pe'hl.
    My toothache is nagging.

    Source: R:107

  500. Keem soo rook'ws.
    It is terribly windy.

    Source: R:107,207

  501. Se-key' soo kol' hoh.
    He is working hard at something.

    Source: R:107

  502. Skuey' soo hue-no-wok'.
    I was brought up well.

    Source: R:107

  503. Kee chke-no' soo 'oh-chek' 'ne-che-gel'.
    I will give you a little of my seaweed.

    Source: R:107

  504. Wek se-goo noh-se-chee'.
    This is always taken off like this.

    Source: R:107

  505. Nee-kee ten-pe-we'hl soo lehl-ke-moy.
    The mist turned to rain.

    Source: R:108

  506. He-go-yek' tue' nee-kee he-gok'.
    I was told and so I went.

    Source: R:108

  507. Wo-nue nee-kee laa-ror-kwee'hl.
    Then the waves broke over.

    Source: R:108

  508. Kue 'er'-gerrch kem nee-kee shon'.
    Then the sweathouse was also (smelling of angelica root).

    Source: R:108

  509. Ne-kah nee-kee ke-gep-'ehl soo nooch'.
    We were deafened it made such a noise.

    Source: R:108

  510. Nee-kee 'we-lo-'o-mah.
    Then they ran off.

    Source: R:108

  511. Nee-kee too'-moh 'ne-laa-yo-'o-mah.
    We all passed by in a group.

    Source: R:108

  512. Nee-kee toom' 'wookw-chehl.
    They were all gambling.

    Source: R:108

  513. He-wo-lon nee-kee toom' kue nee 'oo-le'-mo-nee.
    He healed everyone who was there.

    Source: R:108

  514. Nee-kee koo-see le-pe'hl 'ne-tew.
    My body aches all over.

    Source: R:108

  515. Nee-kee koo-see hehl-kew lem'.
    They have all gone up into the hills.

    Source: R:108

  516. Nee-kee koo-see ten-pe-we'hl kue nek ho ne-woo.
    It was raining everywhere as far as I could look.

    Source: R:108

  517. Nr'hlper-tek' 'ee-kee ro-'o-pek'.
    I stumbled and ran straight off.

    Source: R:108

  518. He-go-yek' tue' 'ee-kee he-gok'.
    I was told and went at once.

    Source: R:108

  519. Ko-wee-cho poy 'ee-kee ro-'o-pem'!
    Don't run ahead at once!

    Source: R:108

  520. Kee-kee nuue'-moh kee 'e-ko-ne-mem'.
    You will carry it until we arrive.

    Source: R:109

  521. Kee-kee 'ue-pe-mue'.
    It is to be cooked at once.

    Source: R:109

  522. Ne-kah kee-kee wee' 'ne-le'-moh.
    We will go there immediately.

    Source: R:109

  523. Kee-kee koo-see ske-weep-'ak'.
    I will put everything in order.

    Source: R:109

  524. Wek 'ee-nee che-po-reg.
    It is colder here.

    Source: R:109

  525. 'Inee pel'.
    He is getting bigger.

    Source: R:109

  526. Wek k'ee 'o'-lehl yok 'ee-nee ploh-ke-lee'.
    This house is bigger than that.

    Source: R:109

  527. Wek k'ee ch'ee-shah kwe-lekw 'ee-nee noo-rew' 'o kue kel' nah-chah.
    This dog is prettier than the one you gave me.

    Source: R:109

  528. Nek wee' 'ee-nee hee-me-chok' 'o kue yok soo nor'.
    I walk quicker than he runs.

    Source: R:109

  529. Yo' nee-nee kne-wo-lep' pe-gerk.
    He is the taller man.

    Source: R:109

  530. Nek nee-nee chey 'o kel'.
    I am younger than you.

    Source: R:109

  531. Kue ne-ge-neech wee' nee-nee hak'ws.
    The mouse was laughing around.

    Source: R:110

  532. Nek nee-mee kol' ne-pek' 'ohl-kue-mee nee-mee chee-wey-yek'.
    I am not eating anything because I am not hungry.

    Source: R:110,148

  533. Nee-mee ne-wook' k'ee 'o'-lehl.
    I do not see the house.

    Source: R:110

  534. Nee-mee te-noo pa-'ah.
    There is not much water.

    Source: R:110

  535. Nee-mee hom-tep' 'we-cheeek.
    He is careful with his money.

    Source: R:110

  536. Nee-mee t'p'ohl-kwem'.
    You have no sense.

    Source: R:110

  537. Yo' nee-mee ter-ger-werm' kue pe-gerk.
    She did not talk to the man.

    Source: R:110

  538. 'Imee kaa-mop'.
    It it not rough water.

    Source: R:110

  539. To-soh ner-gery wee' 'we-serr-hlerh tue' 'ee-mee wee' pyek-choh.
    Though I helped him do it I did not approve of it.

    Source: R:110

  540. 'Ep'ehl nes-kwe-chokw' me-ges 'ee-mee wee' shee-shon'.
    If the doctor had come things would not be like this.

    Source: R:110

  541. Mo-cho kue me-gokw kee-mee wey 'ue-mo-kwo-mo-kwo-chek' ko ser-mer-terk'.
    If that dog does not stop barking I shall kill it.

    Source: R:110

  542. Mo-cho kee-mee wey 'ue-te-get ko ge-sek' kwe-lekw tel'.
    If he does not stop crying I shall think he is ill.

    Source: R:110

  543. Mos nek kom.
    I do not know.

    Source: R:110

  544. Mos ko-ma 'okw' 'er'-gerrch.
    There are no sweathouses left.

    Source: R:110

  545. Nee-mok-sue kol' ne-pek'.
    I shall not eat a thing.

    Source: R:111

  546. To' nee-mok-sue hlo-yo-goh.
    They will never catch us.

    Source: R:111

  547. Nee-mok-sue me-gel' ho ne-kah.
    He does not come with us at all.

    Source: R:111

  548. Keech ho-'o-moh tue' nee-mok-sue noh-te-nehl 'woo-le'-mehl.
    They are hurt and cannot walk at all.

    Source: R:111

  549. 'Imok-sue te-nem' k'ee ne-puey.
    The salmon will not be plentiful.

    Source: R:111

  550. 'Ep'ehl wee 'okw' kue 'nep-sech kwe-lekw 'ee-mok-sue hek-choh.
    If my father were alive we would not ask you.

    Source: R:111,148

  551. Paas re-kwoh ter-per-yerh pa-'ah.
    We do not drink cold water.

    Source: R:111

  552. Ske-wok-see-mek' paas peyr' 'no-'o'hl.
    I want my house to be small.

    Source: R:111

  553. Paas lah-chue'!
    Don't launch!

    Source: R:111

  554. Mo-see' se-keet-ko'.
    He is not strong.

    Source: R:111

  555. Mo-see nah-che-lehl 'wehlk-yor-kwehl.
    They are not allowed to see it.

    Source: R:111

  556. Mo-see 'we-goyhl k'ee Rek'-woy nee 'oo-le'-mo-nee kee-mee ne-pee'-mehl ne-puey.
    It was not meant that the inhabitants of Requa should not eat salmon.

    Source: R:111

  557. Nee-ko'hl se-mee skuey-yep'.
    He is never pleasant.

    Source: R:111

  558. Nee-ko'hl se-mee' ta-'a-noy'hl.
    It is never hot weather.

    Source: R:111

  559. Hee-noy ho ko neeen'.
    I looked back.

    Source: R:112

  560. Kues 'we-son ke-lach ho ko mehl nahch-puem' cheee-kol' 'we-sook?
    How did it happen that he gave you all his things?

    Source: R:112

  561. Kue ho mehl muehl-ko-cheen 'we-ne-puey kue wen-chokws kwe-lokw nee-mee nue-mee 'wes-kuey-yen'.
    The salmon that that woman sold was not her best.

    Source: R:112

  562. Kues ho soo hoo-le'-mow'?
    How did you travel?

    Source: R:112,151

  563. Nahk-sey 'ne'-yoch 'we-teekw-tee-kwo-nehl ho soo kaa-meg.
    Three of my boats have been broken it was such bad weather.

    Source: R:112

  564. Kel' hes keech ho he-lo-mey-yem'?
    Have you danced yet?

    Source: R:112

  565. Keech ho 'e'-gah.
    The meal is over.

    Source: R:112

  566. Keech ho ma-'e-pe-tek'.
    I have tied them up already.

    Source: R:112

  567. Ne-kah keech ho hlkyor-kwe'-moh kee 'we-lo-mey-yem'.
    We have already seen them dancing.

    Source: R:112

  568. To' kee yek-choh wey' mo-cho keech ho nuue'-moh.
    We will tell you the place when we have got there.

    Source: R:112

  569. Kues keech me son'?
    What has happened?

    Source: R:112

  570. Keech me nes.
    She has come.

    Source: R:112

  571. Keech ma nahk-se-mo-'ol'.
    He was away three days.

    Source: R:112

  572. Keech ma-'e-pe-tek'.
    I have been and tied them up.

    Source: R:112

  573. Ne-kah keech ma meee-ga-'ah.
    We have already been spearing (fish).

    Source: R:112

  574. Kwe-lokw keech 'ue nuuem'.
    Well, they have come.

    Source: R:113,140

  575. Pech-kue keech 'o re-moh.
    They are doing the doctor dance up river now.

    Source: R:113

  576. Ne-kah kwe-lekw keech 'o maa-ye'-moh.
    Well, we have passed it.

    Source: R:113,140

  577. Keech 'o skuey' soo peer-werk-see-pew.
    Then they loved each other dearly.

    Source: R:113

  578. Keech nee mo-'okw' 'er'-gerrch.
    There are no sweathouses here now.

    Source: R:113

  579. Pe-chue keech nee ma he-gok'.
    I have been up the river.

    Source: R:113

  580. Keech 'ee roo kue k'e-ke-po-yue-rek'.
    It is time for you to swim.

    Source: R:113

  581. Keech 'ee yo koo'.
    I have been standing here.

    Source: R:113

  582. Keech nue tmee-go'.
    They have gone hunting.

    Source: R:113

  583. Kue pe-gerk keech nue hoh.
    The men have gone to work.

    Source: R:113

  584. Kue chey keech mehl nah-chee-sek' 'ne-cheeek.
    I have given the child some money as I passed.

    Source: R:113

  585. Kues son ke-lew keech mehl mee' kweee-get?
    Why don't you all come visiting?

    Source: R:113

  586. Keech soo ten.
    It is raining so (hard).

    Source: R:113

  587. Keech nee-mee skuey-yen'.
    Now it is no good.

    Source: R:114

  588. Keech mee' pyuech son'.
    He is not well now (euphemism = he is dead).

    Source: R:114,241

  589. Weet me soo he-gok'.
    That is how I went.

    Source: R:114

  590. Nek 'e-ma ko ne-wo-chek'.
    I went to see you.

    Source: R:114

  591. Noohl pue-lekws kue laa-re-gor 'e-ma ho swoyhl-key-yet'.
    Then she scattered it at the river mouth where the waves run in.

    Source: R:114

  592. 'Ap 'o chek.
    I sat down there.

    Source: R:114

  593. Nee-mee ha-see' weet 'e-la kee-tee son'.
    It was not thought that it would happen like this.

    Source: R:114

  594. Kee ko chpee-nah.
    We will wait.

    Source: R:115

  595. Kel' kee ko poy mehl ko'-mo-yok' ke-see 'o ge-gok'.
    I will hear from you before I go there.

    Source: R:115

  596. Mo-cho keech ha'p-'ehl to' kee kem 'o hek-chek'.
    If you have forgotten I will tell you again.

    Source: R:115,138,147

  597. Yo' 'wehee-noy kee 'o noo'-re-pek'.
    I will follow behind him.

    Source: R:115

  598. Kem kee kel' wee' 'o ne-ge-mem'.
    And you will carry it.

    Source: R:115

  599. Mo-cho kee nee che-po-reg ko' moy-kem' k'ee cheee-shep'.
    If it gets cold here the flowers will die.

    Source: R:115

  600. Kee nee te-no'.
    We must have more.

    Source: R:115

  601. Kee nee te-no' hes?
    Do you want more?

    Source: R:115

  602. Kues no-'ohl kee kem nue nes-kwe-choom'?
    When are you coming back again?

    Source: R:115

  603. Ne-kah ha-soh Koh-pey kee nue goo.
    We have decided to go to Crescent City.

    Source: R:115

  604. Pue-leek kee nue meee-gehl-'en.
    We will go around asking down river.

    Source: R:115

  605. Kee nahk-se-mee nue kweee-get.
    I will visit her three times.

    Source: R:115

  606. Mo-cho kee kol' nue nes cho he-go-lem', Kues 'ee k'e-mew'?
    If anyone comes ask him, Where are you from?

    Source: R:115

  607. Nek kee mehl mehl-'en.
    I will ask there.

    Source: R:115

  608. Kee 'okw' k'e-mech kee mehl hue-mo-ne-pem'.
    There will be a fire for you to warm yourself by.

    Source: R:115

  609. Nee mokw' keehl hoh.
    There is nothing I can do with it.

    Source: R:115

  610. 'Ochkaa pem' kue we'yk-'oh keehl 'e'-gah.
    She is now cooking what we shall eat today.

    Source: R:115

  611. Kos-'e-la koo-see 'oo' k'ee keehl 'e'-gah.
    May there everywhere be food to eat.

    Source: R:115

  612. 'Upah-tuen kue k'es-me-choy kue k'e-ke-so-me-wet kee so 'okw'.
    The neck of your deerskin is to lie on your left.

    Source: R:115

  613. Na'-mee terr-luel' 'o 'we-luehl mee' kee sho kom-chuem' 'we-sek' wee-'eeet kue ho goh.
    He put two ridges round its mouth so that he should know that it was this one that he had made.

    Source: R:116

  614. K'ee we'yk-'oh 'we'-gor kee cho' nes-kwe-chok'.
    I will come back this month.

    Source: R:116

  615. Kem kee nee-kee k'e-so ne-ge-mek'.
    And then you will carry it this way.

    Source: R:116

  616. Yo'hl-koh weesh ho laa-yo-lue-mehl kue 'nuuek kee shoo tmo'.
    It was they who taught my child to shoot.

    Source: R:116

  617. 'O goo-lehl-ken' mee' kee soo me-che-wo-lo'.
    He stirred them (the embers) up so that they would glow.

    Source: R:116

  618. Kues kee shoo mehl muehl?
    How are you going to sell them?

    Source: R:116

  619. Hl'os kue k'e-ker-ger-wers mehl ko-leen k'e-che-wes mee' kee se-mee key-chek!
    Hold your wrist with your other hand so that it will not get tired!

    Source: R:116

  620. Ne-kah kue 'o mehl-'en.
    We will go and ask there.

    Source: R:116

  621. He-go-yek' kue 'ee-kee he-lo-mey-yem'.
    I heard that there was to be dancing then.

    Source: R:116

  622. Wo-new kee-tee nue he-gok'.
    I am going up in the hills.

    Source: R:116

  623. Kee-tee nue che-ge'-loh-sek'.
    I am going to gather seaweed.

    Source: R:116

  624. Ne-kah kee-tee nue chkee'-moh.
    We will go to bed.

    Source: R:116

  625. Kue yo' kee-tee cho soo-to-leen nek kee me-ge-lok'.
    When he goes I will go with him.

    Source: R:116

  626. Keet 'o wook.
    It is just before dawn.

    Source: R:117

  627. Keet 'o chmey' 'o nerr-ger's.
    As evening fell he gathered sweathouse wood.

    Source: R:117

  628. Nah-chee-chek' k'e-cheeek ko-lo won keet nee sho-no-wom'.
    I have given you your money, you seem to be starting to act rather queerly about it.

    Source: R:117

  629. Keet nue che-ge'-loh-sek'.
    I am going to gather seaweed.

    Source: R:117

  630. Ne-kah keet nue tmeee-go'.
    We are just off hunting.

    Source: R:117

  631. Kue me-raa keet mehl te-lek'.
    I am getting ill from the smoke.

    Source: R:117

  632. Keet mee wo mer-'er-nee' kue mue-lah.
    That horse cannot be overtaken.

    Source: R:117

  633. Ne-kah hee-noy ke-see 'o woh-pey-ye'-moh.
    We will cross behind (the others).

    Source: R:117

  634. To' ko'-mee chpe-gaak 'e-see wee' nue laa-yem'.
    It is too long since you last passed this way.

    Source: R:117

  635. Ha-see hee-noyks laay' 'e-see pa-'aa-hleeks nee-kee ma laay'.
    He passed behind it and then went into the water.

    Source: R:117

  636. 'Ochkaa wo'-nee 'wer-'errs.
    Right now I am dying it orange.

    Source: R:117

  637. 'Ochkaa wo'-nee tahp-soy 'o le'-lo-yek'.
    While I was ironing I burnt myself.

    Source: R:117

  638. Keet-kwo mee 'ue he-we-chek'.
    I am not well yet.

    Source: R:118

  639. Keet-kwo mee' kol' 'ue son' kue kel' tmoo-loo-mom pe-gerk.
    The man you shot has not died yet.

    Source: R:118

  640. Chmey-yaan keet-kwo mee 'ue nes.
    He had not come back by yesterday.

    Source: R:118

  641. Keet-kwo mee 'ue 'ok'ws 'wah-pew.
    He is not married yet.

    Source: R:118

  642. Keet-kwo mee nue-mee 'ue ho-'oh-ko'hl.
    It is not yet quite dark.

    Source: R:118

  643. Kes-kee pa-'aahl ko 'o soo-tok'.
    I am going down to the water.

    Source: R:118

  644. Kues ko 'o le-go-'o-mah?
    Where are they going to do the running?

    Source: R:118,150

  645. Nek ko 'o noo'-re-pek'.
    I will follow.

    Source: R:118

  646. Mo-cho kee ne-wook' k'er-merm to' ko 'o gek-sek', Yok nee 'ol'.
    If I see your son I will tell him you are here.

    Source: R:118

  647. To' woo-geen ko 'o ko-'o-ye-wek'.
    Then I will hire someone else.

    Source: R:118

  648. 'O na-'an' me hlom'.
    Then he took two.

    Source: R:118

  649. Nek nee-ko'hl 'nech-per-werk kue 'wehl-ke-lo-nah kue 'o ko ne-wo-choh.
    I always remember the place where I saw you.

    Source: R:118

  650. Tue' kne-we-teek' 'o ko choo-mo-'ol'.
    He was away nine days there.

    Source: R:118

  651. Kwe-see wee-'eeet 'yon-cheek 'o ko ho myah Se-gep.
    And then Coyote jumped into the boat.

    Source: R:119

  652. Won 'o ko' so mue-rek'.
    Then I dodged in a different direction.

    Source: R:119

  653. Tue' se-ga-'a-nee poy 'o chee nue raa-yor'.
    And frequently it ran right on ahead.

    Source: R:119

  654. Kue nek me'-wo-me-chol won 'o soo che-gey-koh ha-'aag.
    Where I come from the rocks are (differently) so small.

    Source: R:119

  655. Ne-kah Koh-pey nee ma goo.
    We went to Crescent City.

    Source: R:119

  656. Nee ma mo-'oh-ke-loyt' 'we-che-wes.
    So he doubled up his fist.

    Source: R:119

  657. Kues noohl nee ma ge-goom'?
    How far did you go?

    Source: R:119,151

  658. Kyue' nee ko 'okw' 'ne-cheeek.
    My money was there.

    Source: R:119

  659. Wo-new nee nue goo-le'-mehl.
    They are going up in the hills.

    Source: R:119

  660. Wok nee sho 'oo-lo'.
    He stood aside there.

    Source: R:119

  661. Wok nee shoo 'oo-lo'.
    He stood there as he was.

    Source: R:119

  662. Kue 'o kle-wo-luehl pa-'ah 'ee yo koo'.
    I was standing by the waterfall.

    Source: R:119

  663. 'I ma too-lek.
    It (the rope) got fouled there.

    Source: R:119

  664. 'I ko 'oo-lo-'oh.
    They are standing here.

    Source: R:120

  665. Ko-lo 'ne'-werhl-ker' wee 'ee ko kmoyhl ho soo te-lek'.
    It seemed as if just my bones were left, I was so ill.

    Source: R:120

  666. Nek kee 'o'ch-'o' k'ee ne-pee'-mow' mee' 'ee ko 'o hee-me-nee le'-mow'.
    I will give you all something to eat so that you can be off quickly.

    Source: R:120

  667. Ko-wee-cho 'ee yo tek-te-sem' mehl wee'!
    Don't be angry about it!

    Source: R:120,147

  668. Tue' weet 'ee mehl 'wew wey' te-ge'-muer.
    That is why its name is snowbird.

    Source: R:120

  669. Kwe-see wee-'eeet 'ee mehl ko'-mee ho soo noo-lue-mek'.
    And I loved you so very much for that reason.

    Source: R:120

  670. Kwe-see wok 'ee sho chyuuek'-wen'.
    So she sat on one side there.

    Source: R:120

  671. 'I nee-kee koo-see 'e-ko-nem' k'ee ne-puey.
    She is holding all the salmon there.

    Source: R:120

  672. Nue cho le-ke-tem'!
    Go and pick them up!

    Source: R:120

  673. Hee-kon wee' mehl ho re-gue-ro-woom'.
    They used to sing that song a long time ago.

    Source: R:120

  674. Ne-kah kwe-lekw keech 'o maa-ye'-moh kue kel' mehl ho 'er'-gerp.
    We have passed the place you were telling about.

    Source: R:120

  675. Keech chpaa-neyr' kue ne-puey kue chmey-yaan mehl ho ne-pee'-moh.
    The salmon we ate yesterday was stale.

    Source: R:120

  676. Ko-lo-nee swey-yok-sey-yek' mehl chpaaks 'o nes.
    He rather slighted me by coming late.

    Source: R:120

  677. Kues son' mehl nue nuue'-mow'?
    What have you all come for?

    Source: R:121

  678. Teen' mehl nue he-goom'?
    What are you going for?

    Source: R:121

  679. Kues 'e-lekw 'we-son mehl me-la te-lo-yew'.
    I wonder why she told a lie.

    Source: R:121

  680. Kues son' mehl mee he-goom'?
    Why don't you go?

    Source: R:121,151

  681. Ho mo-'oh-peerk mehl mee' wo ne-woch-'o'.
    It was foggy and so I did not see you.

    Source: R:121

  682. Kues son' mehl mee' wo nes-kwe-choom'?
    Why did you not come?

    Source: R:121

  683. Kues son' mehl mee 'ue-ma nes?
    Why did you not come?

    Source: R:121

  684. 'Enee yo ge-goyk'.
    I am continually being told.

    Source: R:121

  685. See kee le-kon'.
    He almost fell.

    Source: R:121

  686. See kee lo-'o-gey.
    It is almost black.

    Source: R:121

  687. See 'o le-koo-me-lek'.
    I should have been stabbed.

    Source: R:121

  688. Kwe-lekw see lekw-seesh nee hoh-kue-mehl.
    They ought to be working outside.

    Source: R:121

  689. Yo' kwe-lekw see nue me-gel'.
    He ought to go too.

    Source: R:121,140

  690. See nue kwe-get.
    You ought to visit us.

    Source: R:121

  691. 'Ep'ehl wee' noo 'oom' see 'e-mee wo ho-'o-moht-ko-yem'.
    If you had stayed here (with the others) you would not have been hurt.

    Source: R:121

  692. Ke-lew wen-chokws ko-wee-cho noo mehl wee' mehl te-no-wo-hlue'!
    You women, stop chattering about this!

    Source: R:122

  693. Kues cho keech so-nee-ne-pem'?
    How do you feel now?

    Source: R:122

  694. Kue kel' kee k'e-noh-pe-wek' cho me-chee noohl 'ap 'o key!
    When you come in, sit down by the fire!

    Source: R:122

  695. Cho 'ue neeen'!
    Go and look!

    Source: R:122

  696. Cho me-see hek-sem' mo-cho keech he'-we'hl!
    Don't tell her till she wakes up!

    Source: R:122

  697. Cho me-see mehl hloom' 'ne'-yoh mo-cho wo-nekw keech me-la he-goom'!
    Fetch my wood for me when you have been up in the hills!

    Source: R:122

  698. Cho' ko chpee-nah!
    Wait!

    Source: R:122

  699. Cho ko hee-me-koom' k'e-pe-wo-mek'!
    Be quick with your cooking!

    Source: R:122

  700. Cho skuey' soo ko ne-geee'-no-wo-pew!
    Look each other over well!

    Source: R:122

  701. Cho poy ko 'o key kue k'e-rah-cheen.
    Your friend must sit in front.

    Source: R:122

  702. Ke-lew cho yo' 'o koo'!
    You people stand over there!

    Source: R:122

  703. Cho' nee me-gee'-re-pem'!
    Perform it there!

    Source: R:122

  704. Wok cho nee sho 'oo-lo'!
    Stand over there!

    Source: R:122

  705. Wok cho nee shoo 'oo-lo'!
    Stand there as you are!

    Source: R:123

  706. Yo' cho ho chpey-yuer'!
    Tell him a story!

    Source: R:123

  707. Cho nue chwe-geen mehl nek!
    Go and speak for me!

    Source: R:123,146

  708. Cho' nue ner-gery!
    Come and help!

    Source: R:123

  709. Cho' nue ko' puue'-we-tue'!
    Go and wash your hands, all of you!

    Source: R:123

  710. Cho' nue ko' ke-mey-yo-ne-mem' kue chey-ke-nee!
    Go and fetch the child home!

    Source: R:123

  711. Cho mehl mehl-'en rep-chem!
    Ask for some sugar while you are there!

    Source: R:123

  712. Cho soo me-ge-tohl-kwoom'!
    Look after it like that!

    Source: R:123

  713. Cho nee-kee chue 'ap 'e-mehl 'er'-gerp 'wo-'o'-lehl!
    Go and tell the news at every house!

    Source: R:123

  714. Cho 'ee-kee chue wey-kow' kol' so'nk-'e-nuue'-mow' noohl cho 'ee-kee chue ke-mey-ye'-mow'!
    Stop fishing everyone and then all go home!

    Source: R:123

  715. Chee kol' ko' nep's!
    Have something to eat!

    Source: R:123

  716. Chee ko che'yk-'ues!
    Take a bite!

    Source: R:123

  717. Chee ko rek-'eeen!
    Sit down (pl.)!

    Source: R:123

  718. Chee nue noh-se-wen!
    Go and help!

    Source: R:123

  719. Chee lekw-see nue kol' hoh-kue-mekw!
    Go outside and do some work (pl.)!

    Source: R:123

  720. Chee nue me-nehl-ke'-nes!
    Come and put the fire out!

    Source: R:124

  721. Chue kee ke-mey-yem'.
    Let us go home.

    Source: R:124

  722. Chue kee kwom-hle'-moh.
    Let us return.

    Source: R:124

  723. Chue pue-leek kee nue kweee-get.
    Let us go visiting down the river.

    Source: R:124

  724. Chue kue kweee-get 'o kue me nuue'-mo-nee 'oo-le'-mo-nee.
    Let us go visiting where those who came here live.

    Source: R:124

  725. Chue kue meee-gehl-'en nee pue-leek.
    Let us go asking down the river.

    Source: R:124

  726. Weet soo me ge-gok'.
    That is how I went.

    Source: R:124

  727. Soo 'o ge-geyk'.
    So I was told about it.

    Source: R:124

  728. Soo mehl myop' 'woo-gey.
    It was so crowded with white men.

    Source: R:124

  729. Ne-kah yo'-kwen me laa-ye'-moh; soo mee' wo ske-wok kee 'ne-ne-woo kue 'ue-pe-le-pek'.
    We passed by there; so much did we not want to see the fighting.

    Source: R:124

  730. Nee-kee ho chmey'.
    Then it was evening.

    Source: R:124

  731. Nee-kee keech wook.
    Then it was morning.

    Source: R:125

  732. Nee-kee keech ho-'oh-ko'hl noohl hoh-kue-moh 'ne'-yoch.
    We went on building our boats till nightfall.

    Source: R:125,139

  733. Nee-kee keech 'ue-wey.
    Then it was finished.

    Source: R:125

  734. Kue pe-gerk kue ske-wok-se-meen kue 'we-na-'a-wok' pa-'aa-hleeks nee-kee me laay'.
    And so the man who wanted to catch surf-fish went right into the water.

    Source: R:125

  735. Nee-kee ma too'-mehl wey' 'we-laa-yo-'o-mah.
    We all passed that way together.

    Source: R:125

  736. Kel' nee-kee ma meyr-kwe-nee ho ser-ner-yerh.
    You have seen everything.

    Source: R:125

  737. Nee-kee koo-see ko 'o hl'er-cherrm'.
    You will touch bottom all the way.

    Source: R:125

  738. Wee-'eeet nee-kee koo-see nee-mee wo pe-mue'.
    None of this was cooked.

    Source: R:125

  739. Nee-kee koo-see mo 'o pe-geyr.
    There was no one at home anywhere.

    Source: R:125

  740. Kue 'yoch 'ee-kee cho slo-yo-nekw.
    The boat slid at once into the water.

    Source: R:125

  741. Nee-kee chue pey-yo-gen'.
    It is all rotten.

    Source: R:126

  742. Nee-kee chue he-go-'o-moh.
    They all got hurt.

    Source: R:126

  743. Ne-kah nee-kee chue no-wee-nah 'ne-ke-po-yue-ree'-moh.
    We all enjoy swimming.

    Source: R:126

  744. Wek nee-kee chue kehl-pe-nohl.
    They are all thick.

    Source: R:126

  745. Nahs-chueh nee-kee chue ne-wo's-'o'.
    I saw them all last night.

    Source: R:126

  746. Nahk-sey 'yoch nee-kee chue keech teekw-tee-kwo-nehl.
    All three boats have broken up.

    Source: R:126

  747. Nee-kee chue 'o kaa-mop'.
    It is rough water all the way.

    Source: R:126

  748. Ne-kah nee-kee chue nue re-ge-moh.
    We are all going to dance the doctor dance.

    Source: R:126

  749. 'Ikee chue hehl, Cho me-gee'-re-pem'!
    Everyone said, Perform it!

    Source: R:126

  750. Kwe-see 'ee-kee chue nuuem'.
    And so everyone came.

    Source: R:126

  751. 'Ikee chue soo he-goo-sehl.
    Everyone shouted like this.

    Source: R:126

  752. Kee-kee chue kol' ne-peem'.
    They are all going to have something to eat.

    Source: R:126

  753. Kee-kee chue wo-'eek le'-moh 'ne-kooych-woh.
    We will all go inside and buy it.

    Source: R:126

  754. K'ee me-raa kee-kee chue rom'.
    The smoke will spread everywhere.

    Source: R:126

  755. Kee-kee chue ko 'o 'o'ch-'o' k'ee kee ne-pee'-mow'.
    I will give you all something to eat.

    Source: R:126

  756. Kee-kee chue wee' 'o ne-peem'.
    They will all eat there.

    Source: R:126

  757. K'ee se-ga-'a-geyn 'em-see k'ee wa'-soy kee-kee chue mehl te-wo-mehl.
    Rich and poor will be glad at it.

    Source: R:126

  758. 'Inee kee cho te-noo.
    There is bound to be plenty more.

    Source: R:126

  759. Kel' 'ee-nee hee-noy nee so-nee-ne-pek'.
    I feel inferior to you.

    Source: R:126

  760. Wek yok 'ee-nee no-nee muen-chey.
    This is whiter than that.

    Source: R:126

  761. Kos-'el-son no-nee ho 'we-ner-gery-ker-paahl.
    I wish they had helped me more.

    Source: R:126

  762. Chmey-yaan nee-mee ho skuey' so-nee-ne-pek'.
    I did not feel well yesterday.

    Source: R:127

  763. Nee-mee keech le-kon'.
    It has not fallen (when it was expected to).

    Source: R:127

  764. Nee-mee wo ne-wook' k'ee 'o'-lehl.
    I did not see the house.

    Source: R:127

  765. Yo' nee-mee weesh wo ske-wok k'ee kel' soch.
    She did not like what you said.

    Source: R:127

  766. Nee-mee wee' wo son'.
    It did not happen.

    Source: R:127

  767. Nee-mee hee-noy wo hoo-le'-moh soo mo-'oh-peerk.
    We did not follow you it was so foggy.

    Source: R:127

  768. Tue' nee-mee weesh wo ske-wok wee 'we-sook.
    But he did not like that sort of thing.

    Source: R:127

  769. Nee-mee wo ge-gok' 'ohl-kue-mee ten-pe-we'hl.
    I did not go because it was raining.

    Source: R:127

  770. Hehl neeen' yo' 'ue-poy-koh! Nee-mee wo wey-kee'.
    Look at her tattooing! It was not finished.

    Source: R:127

  771. Yo' nee-mee wo ko t'p'ohl.
    He never got his senses back.

    Source: R:127

  772. Nee-mee wo soo hoh-kuem'.
    He did not do it like that.

    Source: R:127

  773. Nee-mee 'ue nuuem'.
    They have not arrived.

    Source: R:127

  774. Nee-mee 'ue mep ke-go'-mo-yok' wee-'eeet 'we-sook.
    I have never heard anything like it.

    Source: R:127

  775. Nee-mee kee kooych ko'-mee te-ge-no-neehl.
    I shall not buy it, it is too expensive.

    Source: R:127

  776. Nee-mee kee ye-gok'.
    I shall not go.

    Source: R:127

  777. Maa-geen k'ee 'oohl nee-mee mehl he-go-'o-mah.
    The rest of the people did not use it to make fires.

    Source: R:127

  778. Nee-mee 'wes-'o-nee wee 'e-mehl toh.
    This is not to be talked of openly.

    Source: R:127

  779. Nee-mee kol' soo ne-wee'.
    She is nothing to look at.

    Source: R:127

  780. Nee-mee 'ue-ma hekw-sek'.
    I did not find it.

    Source: R:127

  781. Nee-mee 'ue-ma koh-che-wok'.
    I did not catch it.

    Source: R:127

  782. Tue' nek 'nep-sech 'ee-mee nue-mee wo ten-pey'.
    But my father did not eat very much.

    Source: R:128

  783. Chmey-yaan see nes tue' 'ee-mee wo nes tue' ne-kah ke-lo-mek 'new.
    He should have come yesterday, but he did not come, and we were worried.

    Source: R:128

  784. Te-ma-loh ne-geeen' kue kel' k'e-rah-cheen tue' 'ee-mee wo gekw-se-soh.
    We looked for your friend a long time, but we did not find him.

    Source: R:128

  785. 'Imee yo ge-seyk'.
    I am not intended to do it.

    Source: R:128

  786. Tue' 'ee-mee 'ue-ma koh.
    But we did not catch anything.

    Source: R:128

  787. To' nue-mee 'wes-kwe-loy' 'ee-mee 'ue-ma poy son'.
    Although he was brave he did not come first.

    Source: R:128,149

  788. Kue wee-'eeet 'o 'wo-'oh 'ee-mee 'ue-ma chkeem'.
    When it was dark then they did not sleep.

    Source: R:128

  789. Kel' hes 'ee-mee 'ue-ma ne-woom'?
    Did you not see it?

    Source: R:128

  790. Mos keech kol' ne-pek'.
    I have not eaten anything.

    Source: R:128

  791. Mos keech le-kon'.
    It has not fallen (when it was expected to).

    Source: R:128

  792. Mos keech hop-ke-kom'.
    He has not started yet.

    Source: R:128

  793. Mos keech koh-che-mee ne-wook' kol' 'we-sook.
    I have not once seen anything of the sort.

    Source: R:128

  794. Mos nue-mee keech skuey' soo he-we-chek'.
    I am not quite well yet.

    Source: R:128

  795. Mos wo ko'-mo-yohl.
    They did not hear.

    Source: R:128

  796. Mos wo gee' kee me-ge-lol'.
    He was asked not to accompany them.

    Source: R:128

  797. Mos wo ge-see' weet 'e-la kee-tee son'.
    It was not thought that it would happen like this.

    Source: R:128

  798. Nek mos kee kol' ne-pek'.
    I cannot eat anything.

    Source: R:128

  799. Mos kee ye-gokw'.
    He cannot go.

    Source: R:128

  800. Mos kem kee lo-'op'.
    Anyway it will not burn.

    Source: R:128

  801. Mos kee noh-te-nek' 'ne-rue-rek'.
    I am unable to swim.

    Source: R:128

  802. Mos kee ko-ma he-goh-kue-mem' mo-cho keech 'o pe-lo-yem'.
    You cannot work hard when you are old.

    Source: R:128

  803. Mos wo-'eek kee 'e-la hoo-lem' k'oo-re'-mos mee' keech swoyhl k'e-re-weeesh.
    Your animals will not stay inside because your fence is broken.

    Source: R:128,148

  804. Mos taa tee'-nee-show kee ko knok-see-chek'.
    I shall not leave you anything.

    Source: R:129,141,152

  805. Mos kues kee 'o son'.
    It is no use.

    Source: R:129

  806. Mos ko pah soo 'e-kwehl.
    He did not move he was so frightened.

    Source: R:129

  807. Mos kol' ko' 'oyhl.
    Nothing was left there.

    Source: R:129

  808. Mos ko kom-chue-mek' serr-hler-pek' soo-no'p-'ey-yok'.
    I did not know what I was doing I was so angry.

    Source: R:129

  809. Mos kel' ho skuey-yah-pe-lem' ho ne-kaa-nohl kue keech wee 'oo-le'-moh.
    You have not been treating us well since we have been here.

    Source: R:129

  810. Mos weesh see serrhl 'ep-'ehl skuey' soo's.
    He would not have done that if he had been good natured.

    Source: R:129

  811. Mos noo nep' kue maa-geen ne-pee'-mo-nee.
    He did not himself eat what other people ate.

    Source: R:129

  812. Mo 'o pe-geyr.
    There is no one living here.

    Source: R:129

  813. Mo nee-mee ko'-mo-yom' hes?
    Don't you hear it?

    Source: R:129,150

  814. Mo nee-mee wo ne-wo-yem' hes?
    Did they not see you?

    Source: R:129

  815. Nee-mok-sue kem kyue' nue le'-moh.
    We will not go there again.

    Source: R:129

  816. 'Imok-sue wo soch-pey-yuue'-moh.
    We said nothing.

    Source: R:129

  817. Paas weesh-tue' yo' nee 'ol'.
    So he does not go around.

    Source: R:130

  818. Ke-nee-mee wo ko'-mo-yok' 'em-see nee-mee wo ne-wook'.
    I did not hear or see it.

    Source: R:130

  819. Ke-nee-mee chee-taa wo ko neeen'.
    She did not even look at all.

    Source: R:130,141

  820. Se-mee yo ge-seyk'.
    I am not intended to do it.

    Source: R:130

  821. Yo' mee 'ue-ma nes.
    He has not come.

    Source: R:130

  822. Nee-mee chpaa ko 'o ne-pee'-mow' ne-puey.
    Soon you will eat salmon.

    Source: R:130

  823. Nek wee' ho 'ne'-yoch.
    It was formerly my boat.

    Source: R:131

  824. Kel' ho k'e-nah.
    It used to be yours.

    Source: R:131

  825. Keech pe-gerk kue 'ner-merm.
    My son is already a man.

    Source: R:131

  826. Keech me-wee-mor kue 'nep-sech.
    My father is now an old man.

    Source: R:131

  827. Yo' kwe-lekw 'we-'e'-go-ro-ye-wek' keech mehl ka-'aal.
    He has become a slave through being continually in debt.

    Source: R:131

  828. Wo-'oot kee 'wah-pew kue 'ne-let.
    My sister shall be his wife.

    Source: R:131

  829. Kol' hes nee 'we-sook?
    Does it matter? Is anything the matter?

    Source: R:131

  830. Kol' hes 'ee 'we-sook?
    Does it matter? Is anything the matter?

    Source: R:131

  831. Nee-mee kol' nee 'we-sook.
    It does not matter. There is nothing the matter.

    Source: R:131

  832. Mos kol' 'ee 'we-sook.
    It does not matter. There is nothing the matter.

    Source: R:131

  833. Mos nek yo' 'ue-paa.
    I am not his brother.

    Source: R:131

  834. Mos ne-kee' 'nech-'eesh.
    It is not my dog.

    Source: R:131

  835. Hehl-kue re-wey-ye-tek'.
    I bring (a boat) ashore.

    Source: R:134

  836. Ko-lo-nee noo's.
    He seems to be laughing.

    Source: R:134

  837. Ko-lo kee-tee ten.
    It looks like rain.

    Source: R:134

  838. Kol' ho ne-pek' nahs-chueh.
    I ate something last night.

    Source: R:134

  839. Ko-lo-nee hlkoo-lon kue pa-'ah.
    The water is muddy (like mud).

    Source: R:134

  840. Kel' nue-mee poy-we-son k'e-pe-wo-mek'.
    You are first class in cooking.

    Source: R:134

  841. Nek keech 'ne-meyr-kwe-nee ser-ner-yerh.
    I have seen everything.

    Source: R:136

  842. 'Ukoo-see pa-'aa-mee'.
    It was all wet.

    Source: R:136

  843. Kwey-yuech kee nee naahl so-no-wom'.
    You will be like the kweyuch [an extinct bird] (i.e., dead).

    Source: R:136

  844. Ne-kah 'ne-naahl to-mo-woh.
    We are of an age.

    Source: R:136

  845. Kwah-hley 'oohl wo-nue kee 'we-laa-yek'.
    It was forbidden for a person to pass over it.

    Source: R:137

  846. Now nek' 'wers-kery.
    He took off his dress.

    Source: R:137

  847. Ske-lee 'o 'oo-lee-nehl.
    They lay down there.

    Source: R:137

  848. Ko-wee-cho hoyhl-ke-pem'!
    Don't roll around!

    Source: R:137

  849. Ke-lew wen-chokws ko-we-cho mehl soch-pey-yuue'-mow'!
    You women, don't say a word about this!

    Source: R:137

  850. Kos cho te-ne'-mehl!
    May there be many of them!

    Source: R:137

  851. Kos-'el-son 'ue-ke-mey-yek'.
    I wish he would go home.

    Source: R:138

  852. Kos-'e-la-son 'we-we-chehl.
    I hope they get well.

    Source: R:138

  853. Ch'ue-mey' 'we-te-nohl kue wen-chokws!
    How stingy that woman is!

    Source: R:138

  854. We-see-neek' keech so-no-wohl kue wee' me'-wo-me'-mo-nee!
    What a terrible thing happened to those who left here!

    Source: R:138

  855. We-see-neek' keech soo skuey' so-no-wok'!
    How lucky I have been!

    Source: R:138

  856. We-see-neek' wee' kue mehl chween-ke-peen.
    I have no idea who spoke about it.

    Source: R:138

  857. Me-ro-gey-yah keech chpaa-neek' 'o ko ne-wo-chek'.
    It is a long time (and it is late) since I saw you last.

    Source: R:138

  858. To' nek kem kee chween.
    And I too will speak.

    Source: R:138

  859. Keech mo-'okw' ne-kach kee wa'-sok to' yo' now-kwo-pen'.
    There was no one to pity me, so she is looking after me.

    Source: R:138

  860. To' kee hloy.
    Well, I will try.

    Source: R:138

  861. Kel' hes to' ko-ma ko'-mo-yo-pa'?
    Then can you still hear me?

    Source: R:138

  862. Nek no'p-'e-nek' me-weehl tue' te-poo-nohl 'wehee-noy 'o ro-'op'.
    I was chasing an elk but it ran behind the trees.

    Source: R:138

  863. Kues tue' kue ch'ee-shah?
    Where then are the dogs?

    Source: R:138

  864. Nek kwe-lekw ma ha-sek' kue ke-po-yue-rek' tue' nee-mok-sue me-ge-lok' ho ke-lew.
    I have decided to go swimming and shall not come with you.

    Source: R:138

  865. Kaa-me-ge'hl tue' hes 'ee ye-sem' kee ye-gok'?
    The weather is bad; do you still intend to go?

    Source: R:138

  866. Keech ho-'o-moh tue' nee-mok-sue noh-ten' 'we-gok'.
    He is hurt and cannot walk.

    Source: R:138

  867. Chpaa-neek' noohl chpee-nah.
    I waited a long time.

    Source: R:139

  868. Kee nahk-se-mee sroy cho noohl 'o hle-goh-pew!
    I shall signal three times, then start wrestling!

    Source: R:139

  869. Wooyhl noohl ko'-mo-yok' 'ue-kwom-ke-pek'.
    Then I heard him groaning all night.

    Source: R:139

  870. Keech no-'o-mue-no-wohl keech noohl 'we-rah-cheen.
    They have been friends all their lives.

    Source: R:139

  871. We-hlo-waa chee he-gokw' 'we-sa-'a-wor noohl 'e-see pkwe-chol' kue 'ue-ma-'ah.
    Its shadow appeared ten times before the devil came out.

    Source: R:139

  872. Noohl reeek-'ew nee ko-'oh kue 'we-ne-geee'-no-wohl.
    Then they stood on the shore to look at it.

    Source: R:139

  873. Po-yew noohl we-no-'o-mor' kue me-wah.
    The boy is running far ahead.

    Source: R:139

  874. Noohl pa-'aa-hleek ske-leek 'o-lo-nekw.
    It lay deep down in the water.

    Source: R:139

  875. Kue nek noohl ho ne-woo nee-kee koo-see ten-pe-we'hl.
    As far as I can look it is raining everywhere.

    Source: R:139

  876. Kwe-see 'ee-kee chue nuuem'.
    And then everyone came.

    Source: R:139

  877. Keech hes nes-kwe-chokw' kue wer'-yers?
    Has the girl come back yet?

    Source: R:139,150

  878. Keech se-ga-'a-gey-yem' hes?
    Are you rich?

    Source: R:139,150

  879. Ke-lew hes ho he-lo-mey-ye'-mow'?
    Have you all been dancing?

    Source: R:139

  880. Pekw-sue hes 'oh-pa'?
    Won't you give me some?

    Source: R:140,150

  881. Pekw-sue kol' ne-pek' we'yk-'oh.
    I will not eat anything today.

    Source: R:140

  882. Kee kem ne-woh-pew pekw-sue nue-mee chpaa.
    We will see each other again soon.

    Source: R:140

  883. Ne-kah kwehl ko' herk-'er-ye'-moh.
    Well, we hid.

    Source: R:140

  884. To' kwehl keet ma-'a-nor.
    There he is starting to show off.

    Source: R:140

  885. To' kwehl nes-kwey'.
    He was just awful.

    Source: R:140

  886. Kue kel' ko'-mo-yoo-mom rue-ro-woo kwe-lekw keech chpaa-nee wee' mehl re-gue-ro-woom'.
    The songs you sing, they have been singing them for ages.

    Source: R:140

  887. Nek kwe-lekw nee-mee ha-sek' skuey-yaa-nohl.
    Well, I don't think they are nice people.

    Source: R:140

  888. Kwe-lokw nee-mee ske'-wee'.
    Well, it is not cooked.

    Source: R:140

  889. Nee-shaa kwe-lokw keech pe-lep'.
    Look, there's a fight started.

    Source: R:140

  890. Kwe-lokw weet son'.
    That is how it happened.

    Source: R:140

  891. Weet 'ekw me soo he-gok'.
    That is exactly how I went.

    Source: R:140

  892. Peesh wee 'ekw son'.
    Well, that is just what happened.

    Source: R:140

  893. Kues 'e-lekw keech lem'.
    I wonder where they have gone.

    Source: R:140

  894. Kues 'e-lekw 'we-son.
    I wonder how it happened.

    Source: R:140

  895. Kues 'e-lekw son-kohl kue 'yoch?
    What on earth have they done with the boat?

    Source: R:140

  896. To' 'e-lekw wee' 'ue-wey-yuuen tom' k'ee puuek.
    Well, this is the biggest deer ever.

    Source: R:140

  897. Keech hes lem'? 'Elekw.
    Have they gone? I don't know.

    Source: R:140

  898. Mos wo ko'-mo-yohl k'ee kwe-nee 'we-soch.
    They could not hear what he was saying.

    Source: R:141

  899. Nek ske-wok kee 'ne-kom k'ee kwe-nee nue-mee 'wes-ke-wok kee 'ue-kooych k'ee 'o'-lehl.
    I should like to know which the house is that he is so keen to buy.

    Source: R:141

  900. Nee-mee kom kwe-nee 'ue-mehl toh.
    I do not know what they are talking about.

    Source: R:142

  901. Nee kah-se-le-wo-mee' k'ee kwe-nee 'uuek.
    It is not known whose children they are.

    Source: R:142

  902. K'ee kwen cho 'e-kwehl-pe-lee'-mehl pah-peech weesh 'ee 'oo-le'-mehl.
    Those who are afraid had better stay where they are.

    Source: R:142

  903. K'ee kwen cho nue soo-toom' kem tue' nee te-noo 'err-werh.
    Wherever you go there is a lot of grass.

    Source: R:142

  904. Nek kee me-ge-lok' k'ee kwe-nee k'e-le'-mow'.
    I will go with you wherever you go.

    Source: R:142

  905. 'Inee kee cho te-noo kee mehl 'e'-gah k'ee kwe-nee keet 'we-le'-mehl.
    There is bound to be plenty more to eat wherever they are going.

    Source: R:142

  906. Nee-kee k'ee kwen ho chmey' noohl hoh-kue-moh.
    We went on working right until nightfall.

    Source: R:142

  907. Nuek'-wo no'-no-wos!
    Go and fetch it!

    Source: R:142

  908. Nuek'-wo pe'-we-te'-wes!
    Go and wash your hands!

    Source: R:142

  909. Nuek'-wo swoo-pee'-nes!
    Go and empty it!

    Source: R:143

  910. *
  911. Tee'-nee' nuek'-wo 'o pe-chow?
    What are you going to do up river?

    Source: R:143

  912. Wok nee chyuuek'-wen'.
    He sat there.

    Source: R:143

  913. Ke-lew cho yo' 'o koo'!
    You people, stand over there!

    Source: R:143

  914. Wee we-nokw' pe-gerk.
    A man is coming here.

    Source: R:143

  915. Kel' kem wee' ho we-no-'o-mue-rem'.
    You swam there too.

    Source: R:143

  916. Weesh nee 'oo-lo' kue 'nep-sech.
    My father stood there.

    Source: R:143

  917. 'Ep'ehl nes-kwe-chokw' me-ges 'ee-mee wee shee-shon'.
    If the doctor had come things would not have been like this.

    Source: R:143

  918. Yo'hl-koh wee soo-sehl.
    They thought so.

    Source: R:143

  919. Nee-mee wee' serr-nery'.
    It is not that color.

    Source: R:143

  920. Wek to-mo-yek'.
    That is my age.

    Source: R:143

  921. Wek nee yoo-lem' puuek.
    There are deer around here.

    Source: R:143

  922. Weet 'o soo chween kue me-wee-mor.
    Then the old man spoke as follows.

    Source: R:143

  923. 'Ey wee-'eeet soo-sek'.
    Yes, I think so.

    Source: R:143

  924. Ko-lo keech kol' lem'.
    It looks as if they have gone somewhere.

    Source: R:144

  925. Ko-lo kol' keech lem'.
    It looks as if they have gone somewhere.

    Source: R:144

  926. Kol-chee kol' 'okw' nes-kwee 'e-mehl raa-yor' kue 'yoch.
    Whenever he was at some point the boat was passing near by there.

    Source: R:144

  927. Kol' 'ee key chpaa-nee neee'-now' ho pa-'aahl.
    He sat somewhere and gazed far out over the water.

    Source: R:144

  928. Cheee-kol' soo-tokw' 'o te-poo-nohl.
    He wanders round in the forest.

    Source: R:144

  929. Cheee-kol' nee shon'.
    He is unreliable.

    Source: R:144

  930. Ko-leen le-ko-mey'.
    It was collected into one place.

    Source: R:144

  931. Yo' 'o'-lo-wom' 'we-ne-puey ho kue pe-gerk.
    She gave the man her salmon.

    Source: R:144

  932. Chpaa-neek' ho Koh-pey.
    It is a long way to Crescent City.

    Source: R:144

  933. Ne-kah kue neee-goom' ho kue 'o werh-per-yerh.
    We will go with you to the bridge there.

    Source: R:145

  934. Cher-werh-serk' ho wee'.
    I will point to it.

    Source: R:145

  935. Skuey-yah-pe-lem' ho ne-kaa-nohl.
    You are good to us.

    Source: R:145

  936. 'O'lehl nes-kwe-nee ho pa-'aahl 'o tek.
    The house stands near the water.

    Source: R:145

  937. Nek pe-lo-mew ho yo'.
    I fought him.

    Source: R:145

  938. Nek kee-tee he-gok' so Rek'-woy.
    I am going to Requa.

    Source: R:145

  939. Kee lah-chue' so Koh-pey 'o-wook.
    They are making a voyage to Crescent City tomorrow.

    Source: R:145

  940. Ke-neek'-wech-'os k'e'-yoch so hehl-kue!
    Steer your boat to the shore!

    Source: R:145

  941. 'I le'-moh so pe-chue.
    We went up river.

    Source: R:145

  942. Myoot' ko-weesh so ske-leek.
    He pushed the pole down.

    Source: R:145

  943. Kues chperr-nerysh so ske-leek?
    How deep is it to the bottom?

    Source: R:145

  944. Te-lo-ge'-mow' nee pue-leek.
    They are ill at the river mouth.

    Source: R:145

  945. Na-'am' ye-gom nee hehl-kew.
    There are a lot of quail in the hills.

    Source: R:145

  946. Yok-mo-kee soo-tokw' nee wee' kue pe-gerk.
    The man has gone wandering around here.

    Source: R:145

  947. We-nos 'o hee-toy!
    Come here!

    Source: R:145

  948. Ne-puey hee-ma-'erk-'uek 'oyhl 'o kue ha-'aag.
    A salmon is lying underneath the rock.

    Source: R:145

  949. Now soot-'os 'o yo'.
    Keep away from her.

    Source: R:145

  950. Tey-ke-le-wo-mo-yek' 'o 'ne-che-wes.
    I have been bitten on the hand.

    Source: R:145

  951. Yo' wo-'eek me nek' kue cheeek 'o kue te-kwo-nekws.
    He put the money in the box.

    Source: R:145

  952. Yo' mehl hlom' cheeek 'o kue te-kwo-nekws.
    He took the money out of the box.

    Source: R:145

  953. Srmer-yer-wee' 'o k'ee werhl-perh.
    He was beaten in the stick game.

    Source: R:145

  954. Keech he-lo-mey-yek' 'o kue pye-weg.
    I have been dancing in the deerskin dance.

    Source: R:145

  955. Nue-mee ta-'a-noy'hl 'o Huep-'oo.
    It is very hot at Hupa.

    Source: R:145

  956. Wehl-chee me tmeee-go' 'o kue 'o 'we'-gor.
    We went hunting ten times last month.

    Source: R:145

  957. Nee-ko'hl 'wo-'oh-ko-hlek' 'o mehl-kuek.
    It is always dark in the cave.

    Source: R:145

  958. Nue-mee mue-nee-pee' 'o re-wo-nekw.
    It is very sharp at the point.

    Source: R:145

  959. Keech 'o no-'ohl kee ke-mey-ye'-moh.
    It is time now for us to go home.

    Source: R:146

  960. Nek no-nee pe-lo-yek' 'o yo'.
    I am older than her.

    Source: R:146

  961. Won son' 'o kue yok nee hue-no-wo-nee.
    It is different from those that grow here.

    Source: R:146

  962. Won kee laa-kwom-hle'-moh 'o kue ho laa-ye'-moh.
    We will go back by a different way from the one we came by.

    Source: R:146

  963. Hee-noy nee so-nee-ne-pek' 'o kel'.
    I feel inferior to you.

    Source: R:146

  964. Ke-nue-mee 'o son' 'o kue he-wo-nee ne-wo-nee ne-puey.
    He did just the same as with the first salmon that appeared.

    Source: R:146

  965. Ha-see pue-rey-yow soo tmoow'.
    You will shoot to the north.

    Source: R:146

  966. He-see hee-noyks laay'.
    He passes to the inside.

    Source: R:146

  967. Ha-see yo' 'o mue-rek'.
    I dodged in that direction.

    Source: R:146

  968. Keech le'-loyk' mehl me'-yehl.
    I have been stung by a nettle.

    Source: R:146

  969. Yo' ser-mert' ch'uech-'eesh mehl ha-'aag.
    He killed the bird with a stone.

    Source: R:146

  970. Soo myop' mehl 'woo-gey.
    It was so crowded with white men.

    Source: R:146

  971. Ho pegpe-goh 'we'-yoh mehl terkw-terp.
    He split his wood with an axe.

    Source: R:146

  972. 'E'gah mehl ne-puey.
    They make a meal off salmon.

    Source: R:146

  973. Ske-wok kel' kee k'e-re-goh-pee-nek' k'ee tkek'-wel' mehl pa-'ah.
    I want you to fill this bucket with water.

    Source: R:146

  974. Yo' kee-tee tek-tet 'o'-lo-mehl mehl kue 'ue-merm.
    He is going to build a house for his son.

    Source: R:146

  975. Kues soo-sem' mehl wee'?
    What do you think about it?

    Source: R:147

  976. Nek ke-mo-lo-chek' mehl kue k'e'-yoch.
    I am jealous about your boat.

    Source: R:147

  977. Te-lo-yew' mehl nek.
    She tells lies about me.

    Source: R:147

  978. Chmey-yaan nes-kwe-chok' mehl Koh-pey.
    Yesterday I came back from Crescent City.

    Source: R:147

  979. Hloo'-moh 'o'-lehl mehl yo'.
    We got the house from him.

    Source: R:147

  980. Kee ko chpe-geyr' mehl ke-lew ke-see 'o le'-moh.
    We will not go until we hear from you.

    Source: R:147

  981. Cho me-see mehl hek-sem' mo-cho keech he'-we'hl!
    Don't tell her until she has woken up!

    Source: R:147

  982. Yo' ho ner-gery-ker-pa' mo-cho hoh-kue-mek' 'ne-lew.
    He used to help me when I was mending my nets.

    Source: R:147

  983. Yo' hey-yo-mok's mo-cho keech hook'wch'.
    He is lucky if he starts to gamble.

    Source: R:147

  984. 'Ep'ehl wee noo 'oom' see 'e-mee wo ho-'o-moht-ko-yem'.
    If you had stayed here (with the rest) you would not have been hurt.

    Source: R:148

  985. 'Ep'ehl wo hlo-yek' see 'o leee-koo-me-lek'.
    If I had been caught I should have been stabbed.

    Source: R:148

  986. Mos weesh see sherrhl 'ep-'ehl skuey' soo's.
    He would not have done that if he had been good natured.

    Source: R:148

  987. Cheen' 'ep-'ehl noohl keech nes-kwe-choom'.
    You should have come back earlier then.

    Source: R:148

  988. Kee-mo'hl k'o-'o'hl 'ohl-kue-mee nee-mee sloyhl-ke-toy kel'.
    Your house is dirty because you have not swept it.

    Source: R:148

  989. 'O ge-goyhl, Ko 'o ne-pee'-mow' ne-puey, me-weesh-tue' 'wo-'oh-pe-lehl kue 'uek-ner-per-yerk.
    They were told, You will eat salmon, because they were given the leftovers.

    Source: R:148

  990. Cho te-no-we-nem' k'e-ka' mee' nee-ko'hl 'we-che-po-reg!
    Take plenty of blankets because it is always cold!

    Source: R:148

  991. Mehl me-ge-nep' 'wey-yah mee' ko'-mee te-gen-pey'.
    His stomach aches because he regularly overeats.

    Source: R:148

  992. Nek noo-lue-mek' 'ne-too'-meyr mee' nue-mee skuey-yaa-nohl.
    I like my friends because they are good people.

    Source: R:148

  993. To' kee-kee chue ko 'o 'o'ch-'o' k'ee kee ne-pee'-mow' mee 'ee ko 'o hee-me-nee le'-mow'.
    I will give you all something to eat, so that you can be off quickly.

    Source: R:148

  994. Hl'os kue k'e-ker-ger-wers mee' kee she-mee key-chek!
    Hold your wrist so that it will not get tired!

    Source: R:148

  995. Nee-mee kol' nee 'we-sook kee-tow-cho' wa'-soy 'oohl wee' ko'-moy'.
    It does not matter even if a poor man hears it.

    Source: R:148

  996. To-soh ner-gery wee' 'we-serr-hlerh tue' 'ee-mee wee' pyek-choh.
    Although I helped him do it I did not approve.

    Source: R:148

  997. 'Imee wo tek-te-soh 'a-po-to' nue-mee kee-mo-lehl.
    We were not angry but they were very rude.

    Source: R:148

  998. Kol-chee ne-woh-pen' tue' kem nee-kee 'wer-'er'-gerp.
    Every time he sees me he tells me of it.

    Source: R:149

  999. Kol-chee wohl-ke-chee' tue' ko 'o nerr-ger-sem'.
    Every (time it is) morning you will gather sweathouse wood.

    Source: R:149

  1000. Nep's kot-'ues-kee-nee shoo-sem'!
    Eat whatever you feel like!

    Source: R:149

  1001. Ne-kah he-lo-mey-yem' 'em-see ho rue-ro-woo'-moh.
    We danced and we sang.

    Source: R:149

  1002. Ro-'op-'es 'em-see neee'-nes!
    Run and look!

    Source: R:149

  1003. Ke-nee-mee wo ko'-mo-yok' 'em-see nee-mee wo ne-wook'.
    I did not hear it nor see it.

    Source: R:149

  1004. Ne-kah me ne-woo te-nem' pe-gerk 'em-see huuek-soh.
    We went and saw lots of men and women.

    Source: R:149

  1005. To' nue-mee kaa-meg 'ee le'-moh so pe-chue.
    Although the weather was bad we went up the river.

    Source: R:149

  1006. Yo' chwe-geen won' ho mo-'okw' 'we-sew.
    He went on talking until his last breath (lit. until he had no breathing).

    Source: R:149

  1007. To's ter-ger-wer-me-lem'?
    Were you spoken to?

    Source: R:150

  1008. Nee-mee hes ne-woom' kue 'ne-ka-'eyr?
    Haven't you seen my pet?

    Source: R:150

  1009. Mues-chen hes ske-wok kol' kee k'e-ne-pek'?
    Do you really want something to eat?

    Source: R:150

  1010. Kues soo-tokw'?
    Where has he gone?

    Source: R:150

  1011. Kues nee 'okw' kue k'e-cheeek?
    Where is your money?

    Source: R:150

  1012. Kues 'oom'?
    Where do you live?

    Source: R:150

  1013. Kues tue' ha-'aag?
    Where is the rock?

    Source: R:150

  1014. Kues cho nes-kwe-chokw'?
    When did he arrive?

    Source: R:150

  1015. Kues no-'ohl kee kem nue nes?
    When are you coming back?

    Source: R:150

  1016. Kues no-'ohl nee ma he-goom'?
    When did you go?

    Source: R:151

  1017. Kues no-'ohl kee ke-mey-yem'?
    When are you going home?

    Source: R:151

  1018. Kues pe-mem' k'ee ne-puey?
    How did you cook the salmon?

    Source: R:151

  1019. Kues soo ha-sem'?
    Why did you think that?

    Source: R:151

  1020. Kues son'?
    What has happened?

    Source: R:151

  1021. Kues keech me son'?
    How did it happen?

    Source: R:151

  1022. Kues too-mok's k'e'-yoch?
    How wide is your boat?

    Source: R:151

  1023. Kues te-goo?
    How much does it cost?

    Source: R:151

  1024. Kues 'wew kue we'-yon?
    What is that girl's name?

    Source: R:151

  1025. Kues kee noohl nue he-lo-mey-yem'?
    How long are you dancing?

    Source: R:151

  1026. Kues noohl ho wee-'eeet?
    How far is it to that place?

    Source: R:151

  1027. Kues son keech mehl mee' kweee-get?
    Why don't you all come visiting now?

    Source: R:151

  1028. Kues 'we-son mehl me-la te-lo-yew'?
    Why did she tell a lie?

    Source: R:151

  1029. Kues so-no-wo-nee ch'uech-'eesh wee k'es-ke-wok?
    What sort of bird do you want?

    Source: R:151

  1030. Kues wee' k'es-ke-wok kue ne-puey?
    Which salmon do ou want?

    Source: R:151

  1031. Tee'-nee-show wee' k'es-ke-wok?
    What do you want?

    Source: R:151

  1032. Tee'-nee-show hoh?
    What is he doing?

    Source: R:151

  1033. Tee'-nee-show ser-gerr-hlerp'?
    What does he do?

    Source: R:151

  1034. Tee'-nee' k'oh-kue-mek'?
    What are you doing?

    Source: R:152

  1035. Tee'-nee' ske-wok-see-mem'?
    What do you want?

    Source: R:152

  1036. Tee'-nee' sook?
    What sort is it?

    Source: R:152

  1037. Teen' ske-wok?
    What do you want?

    Source: R:152

  1038. Teen' mehl nue he-goom'?
    What have you come for?

    Source: R:152

  1039. Teesh he-goh-kuem'?
    What does he do?

    Source: R:152

  1040. Teesh he-goh?
    What does he do?

    Source: R:152

  1041. Tee'-now ho he-lo-mey'?
    Who was dancing?

    Source: R:152

  1042. Tee'-now ho he-lo-mey-ye'-mehl?
    Who were dancing?

    Source: R:152

  1043. Tee'-now wee soch?
    Who spoke there?

    Source: R:152

  1044. Mos kues kee 'o son'.
    It is no use (lit. it can happen with it no how).

    Source: R:152

  1045. Mos kues wee kee 'ne-so-no-wok'.
    I can do nothing about it.

    Source: R:152

  1046. Che'-mekw nee ma hahkw-sek'.
    I chuckled (laughed a little).

    Source: R:191

  1047. Cho-mee's keech roo.
    It is midday.

    Source: R:193

  1048. Kues choo-mo-'oom'?
    How long will you be?

    Source: R:193

  1049. Me-rueh kee choo-mo-'ok'.
    I shall be five days.

    Source: R:193

  1050. Kues choom'?
    How many are you?

    Source: R:193

  1051. Chpaak roo.
    It is late

    Source: R:194

  1052. Wee' 'nech-pe-geyr'.
    I have heard about it.

    Source: R:194

  1053. Kues chperr-nerysh?
    How deep is it (water)?

    Source: R:194

  1054. Hehl neee'-nes!
    Look!

    Source: R:198

  1055. Hehl koo-'op-'es!
    Stop!

    Source: R:198

  1056. Kues k'ew?
    What's your name?

    Source: R:199

  1057. Wo-no-ye-'eek lol' k'e-wo-lo-chek'.
    Your soul flies to heaven.

    Source: R:199

  1058. Cho' hee-me-koom' k'e-pe-wo-mek'.
    Hurry up with your cooking!

    Source: R:200

  1059. Hee-moo-rey' 'ne-re-chuue'-moh.
    "We paddled quickly (our paddling was quick)."

    Source: R:200

  1060. Nee-mee hom-tep' 'we-cheeek.
    He is careful (does not play) with his money.

    Source: R:201

  1061. Ke-lo-mek 'new.
    I am worried.

    Source: R:205

  1062. Key-chok-see-mek' 'ne-tee-kwoh-sok'.
    I broke it on purpose.

    Source: R:206

  1063. Nee-mee keet-kah 'we-gok'.
    He is too weak to walk.

    Source: R:207

  1064. Ko-lo kee-tee nue-mee kaa-meg.
    It looks like being very bad weather.

    Source: R:209

  1065. Koh-chew ko-ma choo-moyhl kue kee 'we-roh-sek'.
    It was six days before the spearing.

    Source: R:209

  1066. Mos ko-ma 'okw'.
    There is none left.

    Source: R:209

  1067. Nee-mee kom-te-nep'.
    He is blind.

    Source: R:209

  1068. Keech ker-guuek.
    That round is over.

    Source: R:210

  1069. Kues son'?
    What has happened? What is the matter?

    Source: R:212

  1070. Kues so-nem'?
    How are you?

    Source: R:212

  1071. Kues so-no-wom'?
    How are you?

    Source: R:212,250

  1072. Che'-mekw le-ko-yo'.
    It (the water) is sluggish (flows little).

    Source: R:215

  1073. Ko-lo 'e-ma le-kwo'hl 'ue-mey-kwe-luuem'.
    Their wailing seemed to fill the air.

    Source: R:215

  1074. Lop' 'we'-lep.
    It is molting.

    Source: R:217

  1075. Nahk-se-mee lok.
    It is three years.

    Source: R:217

  1076. Nahk-se-mee lok-see'hl.
    It is three years.

    Source: R:217

  1077. Keech nahk-se-mee lok tom'.
    He is now three years old.

    Source: R:217

  1078. Kee me-geehl he-gok'.
    I will go without it.

    Source: R:220

  1079. Kues 'ee k'e-mew'?
    Where are you from?

    Source: R:223

  1080. Kues mer'-wer-merk'ws?
    Which way is the wind?

    Source: R:225

  1081. Mues-chen hes ske-wok?
    Do you really want it?

    Source: R:226

  1082. Naa-geen soot-'os!
    Keep clear!

    Source: R:227

  1083. Skuey' soo ne-ge'hl.
    It is good weather.

    Source: R:228

  1084. Nee-mee noh-ten' 'we-gok'.
    He is unable to walk.

    Source: R:231

  1085. Kues no-'o-mel'?
    How long is it?

    Source: R:231

  1086. Kues kue ne-go'?
    How long will you be away?

    Source: R:231

  1087. Pah weesh nee 'ol'.
    He had better stay here.

    Source: R:236

  1088. Kues pah-peech wee' soo-sem'?
    What do you think now?

    Source: R:236

  1089. Pekw too'-mow'.
    There were a great many people.

    Source: R:237

  1090. Kues roh-pee'hl?
    Which way are the clouds moving?

    Source: R:243

  1091. Kues keech roo?
    What is the time?

    Source: R:243

  1092. Keech 'ee roo kee 'ne-le'-moh.
    It is time for us to go.

    Source: R:243

  1093. Se-kee-nek' 'nes-'oo-po-ne-mek'.
    I hit it hard.

    Source: R:246

  1094. Mokw' 'we-sew.
    He has passed away (his breathing is no more).

    Source: R:247

  1095. Kues son'?
    What is the matter?

    Source: R:250

  1096. Kol' hes 'ee 'we-sook?
    Does it matter?

    Source: R:250

  1097. Cho' soo-nem' k'e-ruer!
    Raise your voice (lit., your song) in singing!

    Source: R:250

  1098. Kues serr-nerh?
    What color is it?

    Source: R:251

  1099. Cheee-kol' nee serr-neryk'.
    It (a river) winds all over the place.

    Source: R:251

  1100. Ko-lo-nee swey-ke-mee' 'we-lo-'o-gey.
    It is dull black.

    Source: R:252

  1101. Ta-'a-nee' 'ne-we-chek'.
    I am hot and bothered (my living is hot).

    Source: R:253

  1102. Wee' too' 'we-'er'-gerp.
    That is the end of the story.

    Source: R:258

  1103. Wee' too' 'wer-'er'-gerp.
    That is the end of the story.

    Source: R:258

  1104. Nee-kee too'-moh 'ne-neee'-no-woh.
    We all looked.

    Source: R:258

  1105. Kues we-no-'o-mok-see'hl?
    What season is it?

    Source: R:262

  1106. Nee mokw' 'os-reer.
    It is silent.

    Source: R:271