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s   saw.

sa   Morph: sa. a saw. From: English saw.

sc   new.

sic   Morph: sic. 1 • to be new.

2 • (and) then.

síciʔ   Morph: síc+iʔ. and then.

sícɬc̓aʔ   Morph: sícɬc̓aʔ. fresh meat.

sicxn   Morph: sicxn. new shoes; fresh tracks.

sisclqʷ   Morph: si•sclqʷ. to be honeymooning, newlyweds.

sisclqʷm   Morph: si•sclqʷ+m. to honeymoon; to be newlyweds. Sp hec-síʔscl̕qʷ-iʔ they're newly-weds, they're honeymooners.

nsíclaʔxʷ   Morph: n+síclaʔxʷ. new, clean ground.

kiʔ sic   Morph: ki sic. and then.

sicm put   Morph: sic+m put. especially.

sic ʕapnáʔ   Morph: sic ʕapnáʔ. just now. Sp sic new, right now; Cr sic new.

sc̓m   blanket.

sic̓m   Morph: sic̓m. blanket.

sc̓sic̓m   Morph: sc̓•sic̓m. blankets.

sc̓malqs   Morph: sc̓malqs ? a coat made out of a blanket.

sc̓maʕlqs   Morph: sc̓maʕlqs ? a coat made from a blanket. Sp sic̓m blanket; Cm sic̓m blanket; Cr sic̓+m blanket, cover ; Sh sic̓m blanket; Th √séc̓ cover; see Li sac̓ạ́məs shawl.

shchk̓ʔ   Oroville.

sahchík̓aʔ   Morph: sahchík̓aʔ ? sahchík̓aʔ: Oroville. See: shɬ.

sk̓1   torn, scratched.

sk̓sik̓k̓   Morph: sk̓•sik̓•k̓. to be scratched.

sk̓sk̓ak̓   Morph: sk̓•sk̓•ak̓. to be torn up.

sk̓2   sk̓ in place names.

ksik̓kst   Morph: k+sik̓kst. ksik̓kst (Manila Creek). Lit: scratched hand

snksik̓kstx   Morph: s+n+ksik̓kstx. people from the village of ksik̓kst.

nssk̓cin   Morph: n+s•sk̓cin. nssk̓cin (unidentified place name).

nssk̓ʷúlaʔxʷ   Morph: n+s•sk̓ʷúlaʔxʷ. nssk̓ʷúlaʔxʷ (place name).

sik̓xnm   Morph: sik̓xn+m. sik̓xnm (place name). Lit: B's etym place where something was cut (?) (BK

sk̓3   salmon.

sk̓lwis, sk̓lw̓is, sk̓l̕wis   Morph: sk̓+lwis. a large kind of salmon that used to come up the Okanagan River; old king salmon, spring salmon; sockeye salmon. Sp:s-č̕lw̓és dog salmon, fall salmon. September, the moon of the fall dog salmon; Cr sč̕lwís dead salmon.

sk̓t   narrow.

ssák̓aʔt   Morph: s•sák̓aʔt. narrow. See Sh x-sək̓-ewt big valley, big gulch; Th ʔes-n/sək̓tə́m narrow part of a canyon; Li n-sək̓ slough.

skʷ   swell, swollen. Category: Glott mismatches.

sakʷt   Morph: sakʷ+t. to be swollen.

skʷsakʷt   Morph: skʷ•sakʷ+t. to have welts; to have swollen spots. See Sp n-skʷ-ɬ√q̓mél-tn his throat swelled up, his tonsils swelled up.

skʷskʷaɬq̓ʷlt   Morph: skʷ•skʷaɬq̓ʷlt. mumps.

nskʷikn̓   Morph: n+skʷikn̓. to have a swollen or sore back.

myɬsakʷt   Morph: my+ɬ+sakʷ+t. to be more swollen.

kmyskʷt   Morph: k+my+skʷ+t. to swell more. Sp √sekʷ unable to talk well; n-skʷ-ɬ√q̓mél-tn his throat swelled up; his tonsils swelled up; Cm šuk̓ʷ‑p be swollen; Cr sí·kʷ... u+n+sí·kʷ his voice was rather hoarse. See: sk̓ʷ2.

skʷt   Scotty.

skʷáti   Morph: skʷáti. From: English Scotty.

sk̓ʷ1   one side.

sk̓ʷɬniw̓t   Morph: sk̓ʷɬniw̓t. beside; by the side of. See: sk̓ʷt.

sk̓ʷ2   swollen. Category: Glott mismatches.

sk̓ʷap   Morph: sk̓ʷa+p. to become swollen. Sp sk̓ʷ-úp it got swollen; Cm suk̓ʷ‑p be swollen. See: skʷ.

sk̓ʷ3   heron.

sk̓ʷaʕw̓s   Morph: sk̓ʷaʕw̓s. great blue heron.

sk̓ʷ4   ?

sk̓ʷsak̓ʷk̓ʷútt   Morph: sk̓ʷ•sak̓ʷ•k̓ʷút•t. ?

sk̓ʷ5   float.

suk̓ʷk̓ʷ   Morph: suk̓ʷ•k̓ʷ. s.t. floated downstream.

suk̓ʷt   Morph: suk̓ʷ+t. to float.

sk̓ʷtlilx   Morph: sk̓ʷ+t+li•l•x. to float down. Cm nasúk̓ʷt float on water, Cr suk̓ʷ float (... with current). See: sq̓ʷ4.

sk̓ʷt   half, another part.

sk̓ʷut   Morph: s+k̓ʷut. 1 • half; half (a dollar).

2 • one side; the other side. Sp s-č̕ut half; Cm s‑k̓ʷut half, equal parts. See Sh s-q̓ʷut a half; Th s/q̓ʷút half.

sk̓ʷútmiʔst   Morph: sk̓ʷút+miʔst. to go sideways; to move over.

sk̓ʷtikn   Morph: sk̓ʷtíkn. a different place.

sk̓ʷtíknx   Morph: sk̓ʷtíknx. person from a different place; Coast Indians; person from Seattle.

sk̓ʷtikst   Morph: sk̓ʷtikst. one hand; the other hand.

sk̓ʷtilp   Morph: sk̓ʷtilp. one side of the room.

sk̓ʷtíɬc̓aʔ   Morph: sk̓ʷtíɬc̓aʔ. half a body.

sk̓ʷtaqs   Morph: sk̓ʷtaqs. on one side of s.t.

sk̓ʷtus   Morph: sk̓ʷtus. one eye.

sk̓ʷtax̌n   Morph: sk̓ʷtax̌n. the other arm.

kssk̓ʷutm   Morph: k+s•sk̓ʷut+m. to be aside, on another side.

sksk̓ʷtínaʔ   Morph: s+k+sk̓ʷtínaʔ. one side; the other side.

ksk̓ʷtikst   Morph: k+sk̓ʷtikst. one hand or side; the other hand or side.

ksk̓ʷtíplaʔ   Morph: k+sk̓ʷtíplaʔ. one side of one's descent.

ksk̓ʷtus   Morph: k+sk̓ʷtus. one eye.

nsk̓ʷut   Morph: nsk̓ʷut. across the water; to cross the water.

nsk̓ʷtilp   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtilp. one side (of the floor); the other side.

nsk̓ʷtink   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtink. half of s.t.

nsk̓ʷtsiw̓s   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtsiw̓s. one half; the other half.

nsk̓ʷtɬniwt   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtɬniwt. one side; the other side.

nsk̓ʷtslip̓   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtslip̓. one side; the other side.

nsk̓ʷtank   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtank. nsk̓ʷtank (man's name).

sk̓ʷtmsqiltk   Morph: sk̓ʷt+m+s+qiltk. half blood; half breed. Sp s-č̕t-ms-qélixʷ half-Indian.

sk̓ʷsk̓ʷtmsqiltk   Morph: sk̓ʷ•sk̓ʷt+m+s+qiltk. half-breeds, half-bloods.

sk̓ʷtmsqílaʔtk   Morph: sk̓ʷt+m+s+qilaʔtk. a little half blood.

naqsɬsk̓ʷút   Morph: naqs+ɬ+s+k̓ʷút. one and a half. Sp s-č̕ut half; Cm s‑k̓ʷut half, equal parts.

ʔaslɬsk̓ʷút   Morph: ʔasl+ɬ+sk̓ʷút. two and a half. See Sp č-sq̓ʷtíčn̓i coast Indians, the other-side-of-the-mountain people. See: k̓ʷt1.

sl1   parked, set.

sal   Morph: sal. several objects are placed, set, parked.

cslal   Morph: c+sl•al. several conveyances have landed.

sl(a)   Morph: sl. to set s.t. down.

slal   Morph: sl•al. to land.

ssl̕l̕íw̓aʔt   Morph: s•sl̕•l̕íw̓aʔt. several conveyances are parked here and there.

kɬsal   Morph: kɬ+sal. to lay s.t. out; to set the table.

kɬsl   Morph: kɬ+sl. to set the table; to set s.t. down.

kɬsla   Morph: kɬ+sla. to set the table.

k̓ɬsla   Morph: k̓ɬ+sla. to serve (food); to set s.t. down.

k̓ɬslcin   Morph: k̓ɬ+slcin. to serve food.

k̓ɬslúlaʔxʷ   Morph: k̓ɬ+slúlaʔxʷ. k̓ɬslúlaʔxʷ (Simpson Lakes). Lit: objects set below a hill Sp sil to place more than one object; č-sl-im he set the table; hec-čɬ-síl the table is set for the meal' Sh sey-m to spread a soft foundation of boughs, hay, etc.

sl2   forget.

slal   Morph: sl•al. to have forgotten. See Sp sll-p-nú-n I've become confused and forgotten it; Cm sl̕l̕up‑n I forgot where I laid s.t.; Cr s+n+sl+pílgʷes amnesty, forgetting. See: sl̕1.

sl3   mosquito.

slaqs   Morph: slaqs. mosquito.

caʔsl̕áqs   Morph: caʔ+sl̕áqs. Mosquito.

caʔsláqs   Morph: caʔ+sláqs. Mosquito.

scaʔsláqs   Morph: s+caʔ+sláqs ? mosquitoes.

haɬcaʔsláqs   Morph: haɬcaʔ+sláqs. the Mosquito group. Sp caslaqs, caʕsl̕aqs mosquito; c-asl̕áqs mosquito two noses, Mosquito; Cm s‑cəəs‑lqs mosquito; Cr s+casalqs mosquito. The Sp and Cm forms suggest an original √cʕs.

sl4   numb.

slsulxn   Morph: sl•sulxn. numb or asleep feet or legs.

ksulxn   Morph: k+sul. one's foot is numb, asleep.

kslsulkst   Morph: k+sl•sulkst. one's hands or arms are numb. Sp č-slsúlčst his hands are cold, his hands went to sleep.

sl5   spin.

slam   Morph: sla+m. to spin wool.

slap   Morph: sla+p. to be spun around, as when drinking.

kslúsaʔm   Morph: k+slúsaʔ+m. to be deceived; to be fooled. Sp hi sl̕-úp he was confused (at sea); Cm səl·p be intoxicated, dizzy, cross‑eyed; Cm səl‑p‑nt‑xʷ you spin s.t. [wool, fiber]; Cr sel turn (to...), rotate; sel+p spin; Sh sl-em to twine (a string); Th √səl turn; √səy twine; Li sə́l-əm to make a line or string, to twine two strings together.

sl6   spotted; appaloosa.

slilxʷ   Morph: slilxʷ. spotted horse.

ksl̕íc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sl̕íc̓aʔ. dappled grey horse.

kslsaʔlíc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sl•saʔlíc̓aʔ. speckled or dappled gray horse; appaloosa.

ksl̕saʔl̕íc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sl•saʔlíc̓aʔ. speckled or dappled gray horse; appaloosa.

sl7   frozen.

sul   Morph: sul. to freeze s.t.

sulm   Morph: sul+m. to freeze.

sult   Morph: sul+t. to be frozen; to have a frozen crust.

snsulmn   Morph: sn+sul+mn. freezer. Sp √sul cold; súl-t it froze; Cm sul‑t be cold (person); Cr sul cold; Sh mqt:x-sul-t to freezw over;

suslt   Morph: su•sl+t. to be frozen.

súllaʔxʷ   Morph: súllaʔxʷ. frozen ground.

sultúlaʔxʷ   Morph: sul+túlaʔxʷ. the land is frozen. Cr súlul̕umxʷ froze ... the ground was frozen.

sl8   saʔlíc̓aʔ (woman's name).

saʔlíc̓aʔ   Morph: sa[ʔ]líc̓aʔ. Lit: polka-dotted saʔlíc̓aʔ (woman's name).

sl9   sl in men's names.

slncut   Morph: sl+ncut. slncut (man's name).

sltikn̓   Morph: sl+tikn̓ ? sltikn̓ (man's name).

slsaʔlíc̓aʔ   Morph: sl•saʔlíc̓aʔ. slsaʔlíc̓aʔ (man's name). Lit: polka-dotted See: sl6.

sltis   Morph: sl+tis ? sltis (man's name).

sl10   mythical monster.

slalqʷm   Morph: slalqʷ+m (?) mythical monster that hypnotizes or immobilizes people, similar to sc̓waʔnáytm.

sl11   Angela.

asál   Morph: asál. From: French Angela. Angela.

slk̓   group.

nk̓ʷsilk̓   Morph: nk̓ʷ+silk̓. one group. See: lk̓1.

slp1   slpíc̓aʔ (woman's name).

slpíc̓aʔ   Morph: slpíc̓aʔ. slpíc̓aʔ (woman's name).

slp2   slpmtíc̓aʔ (man's name).

slpmtíc̓aʔ   Morph: slp+mtíc̓aʔ. slpmtíc̓aʔ (William Seymour). Lit: mistake on blanket

slp̓   wood.

kslip̓   Morph: k+slip̓. to get wood.

skslip̓   Morph: s+k+slip̓. to get wood.

nsk̓ʷtslip̓   Morph: n+sk̓ʷtslip̓. one side; the other side.

sls   salás (woman's name).

salás   Morph: salás ? salás (woman's name).

slst   salistá (man's name).

salistá   Morph: salistá ? salistá (man's name). From: French Celestine ?

haɬsalistá   Morph: haɬsalistá. the salistá family or group.

nxaʔɬsalistá   Morph: n+xaʔ+ɬ+salistá. to be from the salistá family or group.

slsw   saʔlisáw (Coyote's chant).

saʔlisáw   Morph: saʔlisáw ? saʔlisáw (one of Coyote's chants).

slts   soldier.

sultás   Morph: sultás. From: English soldiers. soldier. Cr sóltes armed forces.

slxʷ   hew.

slxʷisxn̓m   Morph: slxʷisxn̓+m. to work in stone; to hew.

slxʷʔ   big.

sílxʷaʔ   Morph: sílxʷaʔ. 1 • big, important; to respect or revere s.o. (with singular referent).

2 • largeness; large size.

síslxʷaʔ   Morph: sí•slxʷaʔ. somewhat small; a little bigger.

sílxʷaʔst   Morph: sílxʷaʔ+st. to look up to s.o.

slxʷaʔtwílx   Morph: slxʷaʔ+t+wílx. to get big.

slxʷaʔscút   Morph: slxʷaʔ+scut. to act big.

slxʷaʔíp   Morph: slxʷaʔíp. a big bottom.

slxʷaʔílsm   Morph: slxʷaʔ+íls+m. to think highly of oneself.

slxʷaʔápusxn   Morph: slxʷaʔápusxn. big mouth jar.

slxʷaʔálqʷ   Morph: slxʷaʔálqʷ. large person; stout person.

slxʷaʔalqʷwílx   Morph: slxʷaʔalqʷ+wílx. to get big.

slxʷaʔáyaʔqn   Morph: slxʷaʔáyaʔqn. a big head.

slxʷaʔíɬxʷ   Morph: slxʷaʔíɬxʷ. a big house.

slxʷaʔínk   Morph: slxʷaʔínk. a large belly.

slxʷaʔpúsqn   Morph: slxʷaʔ+púsqn. a big mouth.

slxʷaʔspuʔús   Morph: slxʷaʔ+s+puʔús. a big heart; to be generous.

slxʷaʔúlaʔxʷ   Morph: slxʷaʔúlaʔxʷ. a big place.

silxʷaʔlqʷwílx   Morph: silxʷaʔlqʷ+wílx. to get big, large.

slxʷʔíc̓aʔ   Morph: slxʷʔíc̓aʔ. a large bundle.

slxʷʔiɬxʷ   Morph: slxʷʔiɬxʷ. a big house.

slxʷʔúlaʔxʷ   Morph: slxʷʔúlaʔxʷ. a big place.

kslxʷaʔíkst   Morph: k+slxʷaʔíkst. large leaf-like object.

ksálxʷaʔqn   Morph: k+sálxʷaʔqn. Bald Hill, northwest from French Point Rocks. Lit: big top

nsílxʷaʔ   Morph: n+silxʷaʔ. large interior.

nslxʷaʔáqsm   Morph: n+slxʷaʔáqs+m. to be expensive.

nsilxʷaʔáqsm   Morph: n+silxʷaʔáqs+m. high wages.

nslxʷaʔítkʷ   Morph: nslxʷaʔítkʷ. big river; big water; ocean.

nslxʷʔitkʷ   Morph: nslxʷʔitkʷ. big water; a big river.

nsilxʷʔítkʷ   Morph: nsilxʷʔítkʷ. a big river.

kɬsílxʷaʔ   Morph: kɬsílxʷaʔ. salt water.

myɬsílxʷaʔ   Morph: my+ɬ+sílxʷaʔ. to be bigger.

sxʔimɬsílxʷaʔ   Morph: s+xʔim+ɬ+sílxʷaʔ. the biggest.

slxʷaʔsqílt   Morph: slxʷaʔ+s+qíl+t. a big body; a large body.

q̓ʷaʕy sílxʷaʔ   Morph: q̓ʷaʕy sílxʷaʔ. ace of spades. See ? Sh slxʷeyxn/slxʷéyxe caribou.

slʔ   husband stealer.

sílaʔ   Morph: sílaʔ. a woman who takes s.o.'s husband away.

sl̕1   confused, lost. Category: i a u ablaut.

sil̕   Morph: sil̕. to be puzzled. Sp hi síl̕ he stands there not knowing what to do; Cr u· sél̕ complex, complicated, confused, intricate (It is...).

sal̕   Morph: sal̕. unburdened, calm; unaware.

ssl̕ip   Morph: s•sl̕i+p. to be a little lost.

ssl̕ap   Morph: s•sl̕a+p. to be tipsy; to be a little lost.

salt   Morph: sal+t. to be lost; to get lost.

sal̕t   Morph: sal̕+t. s.t. or s.o. gets lost.

sult   Morph: sul+t. to be confused, lost; to be unconscious.

sul̕t   Morph: sul̕+t. to be confused, lost; to be unconscious. Sp √sil̕ (sil) wrong, lost, confused.

sl̕sal̕t   Morph: sl̕•sal̕+t. several are lost.

sl̕tmi   Morph: sl̕+t+mi. to lose s.t. or s.o.

sl̕tmiltm   Morph: sl+t+milt. an illegitimate child.

sal̕m   Morph: sal̕+m. to be distracted about s.t.

sl̕al̕   Morph: sl̕•al̕. to be puzzled; to have made a mistake.

sll̕al̕   Morph: sl̕•al̕. to have forgotten s.t.

sl̕mi   Morph: sl̕+mi. to lose s.t. or s.o. Sp n-sl̕ép he got lost; Cm sl̕-l̕-mi(n)-(nt)-nn I misplaced s.t.

sl̕sl̕mi   Morph: sl̕•sl̕+mi. to lose s.t.

sl̕mxixm   Morph: sl̕+m+xix+m. to lose s.t. that's not yours.

sl̕ip   Morph: sl̕i+p. to be lost. Sp sl̕-íp error, mental block; Cm sal̕ to not care, pay attention; Cr sel̕ indistinct, obscure.

sllapp   Morph: sl•l•a+p•p. to make a mistake; to lose one's direction; to goof. Sp sll-ípp he made a mistake, he's thoroughly confused; Cm səl·pm sl‑l‑p‑m mistake, error.

sl̕l̕app   Morph: sl̕•l̕a+p•p. to make a mistake, misspeak.

slpmi   Morph: sl+p+mi. to mistake s.o. (for s.o. else).

sl̕l̕pcin   Morph: sl̕•l̕+pcin. to say the wrong thing.

slpikstm   Morph: sl+pikstm. to make a mistake with s.t.

sl̕lwis   Morph: sl̕+lwis. to be puzzled.

slikst   Morph: slikst. bastard.

scslikst   Morph: sc+slikst. a bastard.

sl̕us   Morph: sl̕us. to be mistaken.

sl̕usm   Morph: sl̕us+m. to lose sight of s.t. or s.o.

sl̕spuʔús   Morph: sl̕+s+puʔús. to lose heart.

ksl̕íplaʔ   Morph: k+sl̕íplaʔ. to disappear; to be gone.

ksl̕plaʔmíst   Morph: k+sl̕plaʔ+míst. to make onself disappear.

ksl̕sl̕íplaʔ   Morph: k+sl̕•sl̕íplaʔ. to be lost.

nsal̕l̕qn   Morph: n+sal̕•l̕qn. to be forgetful; to be confused; to be mixed-up.

nsl̕ip   Morph: n+sl̕i+p. to be confused, lost.

nssl̕ip   Morph: n+s•sl̕ip. to be confused, lost. Sp n-sl̕ép he got lost.

nsl̕l̕ip   Morph: n+sl̕•l̕ip. to get lost.

nsl̕sl̕ipst   Morph: n+sl̕•sl̕ip+st. to get lost.

nsl̕l̕ínaʔm   Morph: n+sl̕•l̕ínaʔ+m. s.t. or s.o. confuses s.o.

nsl̕qinm   Morph: n+sl̕qin+m. to lose s.t.

nslpqin   Morph: n+sl+pqin. to be or get dizzy; to have a spinning head; to be drunk.

nsl̕sl̕pus   Morph: n+sl̕•sl̕+pus. to be dizzy. Sp čn sl-pqín (čn č-sl-pqán) I got dizzy. I got confused; Cm nsl̕sl̕pus intoxicated; səl•p be intoxicated, dizzy; Cr čiy̓+n+sél+sl+pus dizzy, giddy ... (lit. I am having a whirling sensation in my head).

k̓ɬsl̕xan   Morph: k̓ɬ+sl̕xan. one's tracks are gone, disappear.

k̓ɬsl̕xnunxn   Morph: k̓ɬ+sl̕xn+unxn ? to lose one's tracks. Sp síl̕sl̕-t he's always confused, he can't ever understand anything; n-sl̕ép he got lost; sil̕ wrong, lost, confused; č-sl̕épleʔ it's lost, he's among the missing; n-sl̕l̕qín his head is whirling, he's all confused, he can't figure anything out for himself; Cm sal̕ to not care, pay attention; nsasél·qn be crazy; Cr sel hazy, obscure ... complex, complicated, confused, intricate... See: sl2.

sl̕2   twist.

sl̕sal̕   Morph: sl̕•sal̕. a circle.

sl̕am   Morph: sl̕a+m. to roll or twist s.t. (e.g. hemp over one's leg).

sl̕p   Morph: sl̕+p. twist s.t. (wire, hemp).

sl̕sl̕p   Morph: sl̕•sl̕+p. to spin s.t.

sal̕p   Morph: sal̕+p. to be twisted.

sl̕saʔl̕píkstm   Morph: sl̕•saʔl̕+píkst+m. to turn s.t. around repeatedly. Sp hec-slsel̕-péčst-m̓-s he's twirling his rope (or doing tricks); Cr √sl, sel turn (to), rotate, spin; Sh √sel - sel-mt to twine (a string); Th √səy twine; Li √səl to spin, twine.

sl̕3   spiraea.

nssl̕sl̕qin̓   Morph: n+s•sl̕•sl̕qin̓. flat-topped spiraea.

sl̕iʔst   Morph: sl̕iʔst. pinedrops and pinesap. Lit: lost arrow.

   dome-shaped.

saʔɬíɬxʷ   Morph: saʔɬíɬxʷ. 1 • dome-shaped house.

2 • saʔɬíɬxʷ (Oroville). See: ʕɬ3.

sɬqʷ   meat.

sɬiqʷ   Morph: sɬiqʷ. meat.

ksɬiqʷ   Morph: k+sɬiqʷ. to have or get meat.

taʔxʷsɬíqʷ   Morph: taʔxʷ+sɬíqʷ. to get meat; to obtain meat.

ɬtaʔxʷɬsɬíqʷ   Morph: ɬ+taʔxʷ+ɬ+sɬíqʷ. to regain one's flesh.

c̓spsɬíqʷ   Morph: c̓s+p+sɬiqʷ. to run out of meat.

sm1   sm in women's names.

smálaʔxʷ   Morph: smálaʔxʷ. smálaʔxʷ (woman's name).

smálaʔqʷ   Morph: smálaʔqʷ ? smálaʔqʷ (woman's name).

sm2   Jim.

sim   Morph: sim. From: English Jim.

sism   Morph: si•s•m. Jimmy, little Jim.

smpyr   simupyár (man's name).

simupyár   Morph: simupyár. simupyár (Pete Noyes).

smxʷ   smxʷʔalqs (woman's name).

smxʷʔalqs   Morph: smxʷʔalqs ? smxʷʔalqs (woman's name).

smʔ   white person.

sámaʔ   Morph: sámaʔ. white person; Englishman; Frenchman; English language.

sásmaʔ   Morph: sá•s•maʔ. lower class Frenchman.

smaʔscút   Morph: smaʔ+scút. to act like a white person.

smmaʔwílx   Morph: sm•m•aʔ+wílx. to have become white, caucasian.

smʔilt   Morph: smʔilt. a white child.

smʔus   Morph: smʔus. a white person's face.

ssm̓ʔíɬaʔxʷ   Morph: s•sm̓ʔíɬaʔxʷ. outhouse. Lit: small white person's house

puʔsásmaʔ   Morph: puʔsá•smaʔ. wife of a little white man.

nsámaʔcn   Morph: n+sámaʔcn. in the English language.

nsámaʔcnm   Morph: n+sámaʔcn+m. to speak the English language; to talk strangely or swear.

scnsámaʔcn   Morph: s+c+n+sámaʔcn. language arts.

nsmʔaplqs   Morph: n+smʔaplqs. a French or European story.

nsmaʔáplqs   Morph: n+smaʔ꞊áplqs. French or European story.

smysámaʔ   Morph: s+my+sámaʔ. high class person; close acquaintance.

snsmaʔskʷíst   Morph: sn+smaʔ+s+kʷíst. English name; white person's name.

smaʔsíyaʔ   Morph: smaʔ+s+íyaʔ. raisins. Lit: white man's serviceberry

snk̓k̓y̓sámaʔtn   Morph: sn+k̓•k̓y̓+sámaʔ+tn ? Lit: white person's pouch tobacco pouch.

tx̌ʷtx̌ʷsámaʔ   Morph: tx̌ʷ•tx̌ʷ+sámaʔ. fur traders; Frenchmen. Lit: straight Frenchman

stx̌ʷtx̌ʷsámaʔ   Morph: s+tx̌ʷ•tx̌ʷ+sámaʔ. Frenchman; straight French. Sp s-n-č̕iʔs-émn-tn buckskin, drawstring pouch for tobacco. Sp sémeʔ the French, French-Canadian Indian, taboo; Cr hemeʔ Frenchman; Sh sémeʔ white person; Th sémeʔ white person; Li sámaʔ white person.

sm̓1   sniff.

sum   Morph: sum. to sniff.

sum̓   Morph: sum̓. to sniff; to smell.

nsum̓xnm   Morph: n+sum̓xn+m. to smell for tracks (said of animals). Sp √sum̓ sniff, emit an offensive smell; Cm sum̓m̓ sniff, smell; Cr sum̓ smell (to...), sniff.

sm̓2   poor thing.

sm̓   Morph: sm̓. poor thing; pitiable one.

sn1   younger brother.

síncaʔ   Morph: síncaʔ. 1 • younger brother, cousin.

2 • altar boy; brother, monk.

snsíncaʔ   Morph: sn•síncaʔ. younger brothers.

snsísncaʔ   Morph: s+n+sí•sncaʔ. younger brothers.

sncʔiw̓s   Morph: sncʔiw̓s. two brothers. Sp huɬ-sncʔéw̓s those two younger brothers; Cm sincaʔ‑aw̓s be brothers.

sncʔíliʔs   Morph: sncʔíliʔs. several brothers. Sp sncʔél̕is more than two younger brothers.

ɬsísncaʔ   Morph: ɬ+sí•sncaʔ. younger brother, cousin. Sp sínceʔ younger brother (adult), male cousin (adult); Cm síncaʔ male’s younger brother; male’s younger male cousin; Cr sínceʔ deacon, kid brother; Sh sínce younger sibling of opposite sex; Th sínciʔm younger-brother. See: 3.

sn2   island.

ksunkʷ   Morph: k+sunkʷ. 1 • island.

2 • ksunkʷ (place name).

3 • ksunkʷ (place name).

4 • ksunkʷ (Hayes Island, Kettle Falls Island).

ksusn̓kʷ   Morph: k+su•s•n̓kʷ. little island.

ksnsunkʷ   Morph: k+sn•sunkʷ. ksnsunkʷ (place name). Lit: islands Sp čsúnkʷ an island; Cm k‑sunkʷ island; ocean island; Cr č+súnkʷeʔ.

sn3   owl.

snaʔ   Morph: snaʔ. the sound made by snínaʔ.

snínaʔ   Morph: snínaʔ. Owl; owl; great horned owl.

q̓c̓aʔsn̓ínaʔ   Morph: q̓c̓aʔ+snínaʔ. white clematis.

spqɬsnínaʔ   Morph: s+pq+ɬ+snínaʔ. spqɬsnínaʔ (woman's name).

q̓c̓q̓c̓pínaʔs snínaʔ   Morph: q̓c̓•q̓c̓+pínaʔ-s snínaʔ. white clematis.

tq̓c̓q̓c̓pínas iʔ snína   Morph: t+q̓c̓•q̓c̓+pínas iʔ snína. 1 • orange honeysuckle.

2 • blue clematis. Sp s-níneʔ great horned owl; Cr sníneʔ owl; Sh s-nine owl.

sn4   saint.

san   Morph: san. From: French saint. saint.

sn5   pearly everlasting.

ssániʔstn   Morph: s•sániʔst+n. pearly everlasting.

snppc   son-of-a-bitch.

sanəpəpíc   From: English "son of a bitch". son of a bitch.

snpyr   Saint Peter.

sanpyár   Morph: sanpyár. Saint Peter. From: French Saint Pierre.

sns   cents.

sans   Morph: sans. From: English cents. cents.

snxʷ   snsinxʷ (woman's name).

snsinxʷ   Morph: s+n+sinxʷ. snsinxʷ (woman's name).

snyp   sanyáp (woman's name).

sanyáp   Morph: sanyáp ? sanyáp (woman's name).

sp1   bother.

sup   Morph: sup. to bother s.o.

sp2   blueberry.

ssapt   Morph: s•sap+t ? mountain blueberry.

ssptiɬml̕x   Morph: s•sp+tiɬml̕x. mountain blueberry.

spl   Isabelle.

sapál   Morph: sapál. From: French Isabelle. Isabelle.

spn   daughter-in-law.

sipn   Morph: sipn. daughter-in-law.

staʔxʷsípn   Morph: s+taʔxʷ+sípn. a newly acquired daughter-in-law. Sp sépn daughter-in-law; Cm sapn son’s wife; daugther‑in‑law; Cr sipn daughter-in-law; Sh sepn daughter-in-law; Th √sépən ? younger-female-in-law; Li sápən daughter-in-law.

sps   spsa (woman's name).

spsa   Morph: spsa. spsa (woman's name).

spt   Elizabeth.

sapát   Morph: sapát. From: French Elizabèthe. sapát (Elizabeth).

spyl   Spanish.

spayól   Morph: spayol. From: French Espagnol(e). Spanish, Spaniard. Cm ṣpanyụ́ḷ Spanish; Cr s+pa·yólmš Spanish, Castilian, Mexican.

sp̓1   hit.

sp̓a   Morph: sp̓a. to hit s.t. or s.o. with a stick; to club s.o.

sp̓ap̓   Morph: sp̓•ap̓. to be or get hit (with a stick).

sp̓am   Morph: sp̓a+m. to hit s.t. (with a stick); to strike s.t. (with a stick); to beat a drum.

sp̓mi   Morph: sp̓+mi. to throw s.t. to one side.

sp̓min   Morph: sp̓+min. a club.

sp̓apqn   Morph: sp̓apqn. to hit s.o. on the head. Sp sp̓ápqn-t-m he was hit on the head with a club; Sh səp̓-ep-qn to hit on the back of the head.

sp̓ap̓qntn   Morph: sp̓•ap̓qn+tn. fish club.

sp̓apqntn   Morph: sp̓apqn+tn. salmon club; fish club. Sh sp̓-ep-qn-tn salmon club.

sp̓aqsm   Morph: sp̓aqs+m. to hit s.o. on the nose. Sh səp̓-eqs get hit on the nose.

sp̓aw̓sqn   Morph: sp̓aw̓sqn. to be hit on the mouth.

sp̓iksm   Morph: sp̓iks+m. to hit s.o. on the hand.

sp̓ilsxnm   Morph: sp̓ilsxn+m. to hit s.o. on the forehead.

sp̓ilxʷm   Morph: sp̓ilxʷ+m. to hit s.o. on the shoulder.

sp̓iw̓s   Morph: spiw̓s+m. to hit s.o. in the middle.

sp̓lwis   Morph: sp̓+lwis. to hit or whip s.t. or s.o. all over.

sp̓p̓qin̓xn   Morph: sp̓•p̓qin̓xn. to be hit on the knee.

sp̓p̓úlaʔxʷ   Morph: sp̓•p̓úlaʔxʷ. to hit the ground. Sp n-sp̓p̓úleʔxʷ he toppled over (like a tree).

sp̓p̓w̓skn̓aqs   Morph: sp̓•p̓w̓skn̓aqs. to be hit on the nose.

sp̓p̓w̓sus   Morph: sp̓•p̓w̓sus. to get hit on the face.

sp̓p̓xan   Morph: sp̓•p̓xan. to get hit on the leg.

sp̓úlaʔxʷ   Morph: sp̓úlaʔxʷ. to hit s.t. on the ground. Sp n-sp̓p̓úleʔxʷ he toppled over (like a tree), he tripped and fell with a thud; Sh x-səp̓-uləxʷ to fall (e.g. when running).

sp̓upsm   Morph: sp̓ups+m. to hit on the rump or butt. Sp č-sp̓úps-i-s he beat his animal on the rump.

sp̓usm   Morph: sp̓us+m. to hit on the eye.

sp̓w̓sink   Morph: sp̓w̓sink. to be hit on the belly.

sp̓w̓sus   Morph: sp̓w̓sus. to hit s.o. on the face with a stick.

sp̓xan   Morph: sp̓xan. to hit on the foot.

sp̓áɬxʷlm   Morph: sp̓áɬxʷl+m ? to hit s.o. on the mouth.

sp̓aɬq̓ʷlm   Morph: sp̓aɬq̓ʷl+m. to hit s.o. on the mouth.

ksp̓   Morph: k+sp̓. to hit; to thresh.

ksp̓ap̓   Morph: k+sp̓•ap̓. to fall and hit (the ground).

ksp̓íc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sp̓íc̓aʔ. to whip s.o.

ksp̓ap̓qnm   Morph: k+sp̓•ap̓qn+m. to hit s.o. on the head.

ksp̓qi(n)   Morph: k+sp̓qi. to hit s.o. on the head.

ksp̓qniɬ   Morph: k+sp̓qniɬ. to hit s.o. in the groin.

ksp̓sp̓aqstxn   Morph: k+sp̓•sp̓aqstxn. to hit s.o. on the legs.

ksp̓us   Morph: k+sp̓us. to hit s.o. in the eye.

km̓ɬsp̓minm   Morph: km+ɬ+sp̓+min+m. to grab s.t. to hit with.

ksp̓alqʷm   Morph: k+sp̓alqʷ+m. to hit the tree or pole; to have credit (at a store).

ksp̓alqʷt   Morph: k+sp̓alqʷ+t. (to) telephone; (to) telegraph. Lit: hit the pole

kssp̓alqʷtn   Morph: k+s•sp̓alqʷ+tn. (to) telephone, telegraph.

kssp̓ál̕qtn̓   Morph: k+s•sp̓ál̕q+tn̓ ? rhythm stick.

ksp̓p̓sax̌n   Morph: k+sp̓•p̓sax̌n. to be hit on the shoulder.

ksp̓p̓ax̌ʷck   Morph: k+sp̓•p̓ax̌ʷck. to be hit on the chest.

nsp̓ikn   Morph: n+sp̓ikn. to raid people.

nsp̓úlaʔxʷm   Morph: n+sp̓úlaʔxʷ+m. to hit s.t. or s.o. to the ground.

nsp̓p̓úlaʔxʷ   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓úlaʔxʷ. to hit the ground; to fall.

nsp̓p̓lqsikst   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓lqsikst. to get hit on the elbow.

nsp̓p̓ɬniwt   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓ɬniwt. to get hit on the side.

nsp̓us   Morph: n+sp̓us. 1 • to hit s.o. on the eye.

2 • to hit with a sword.

nsp̓ustn   Morph: n+sp̓us+tn. a sword.

nsp̓p̓us   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓us. to get hit in the eye.

nsp̓p̓iys   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓iys. to get hit pm the teeth.

nsp̓p̓ikn̓   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓ikn̓. to get hit on the back.

nsp̓íliʔ(s)   Morph: n+sp̓íliʔ. to club or hit several.

nsp̓p̓ínaʔ   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓ínaʔ. to get hit on the ear.

nsp̓aplqs   Morph: n+sp̓aplqs. to spank. Sp č-sp̓épl-i-s he beat his child on the buttocks.

nsp̓p̓apl̕qs   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓apl̕qs. to spank; to hit on the bottom.

nsp̓aqs   Morph: n+sp̓aqs. to hit s.o. on the lip or nose.

nsp̓p̓aqstxn   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓aqstxn. to get hit on the hip.

nsp̓p̓isxn   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓isxn. s.t. hits (on) a rock.

nsp̓aw̓sqn   Morph: n+sp̓aw̓sqn. to hit s.o. on top of the head.

nsp̓p̓aw̓sqn   Morph: n+sp̓•p̓aw̓sqn. to get hit on top of the head.

k̓ɬsap̓cín   Morph: k̓ɬ+s[a]p̓cín. to go to bat (repeatedly).

k̓ɬsp̓ípaʔs   Morph: k̓ɬ+sp̓ípaʔs. to hit s.o. on the chin.

k̓ɬsp̓p̓apqn   Morph: k̓ɬ+sp̓•p̓apqn. to get hit on the back of the head.

k̓ɬsp̓p̓us   Morph: k̓ɬ+sp̓•p̓us. to get hit on the cheek.

k̓ɬnsp̓ip   Morph: k̓ɬ+n+sp̓ip. the door blew or slammed shut.

k̓ɬnsp̓p̓ip   Morph: k̓ɬ+n+sp̓•p̓ip. to slam the door shut.

kɬsp̓p̓il̕sxn̓   Morph: kɬ+sp̓•p̓il̕sxn̓. to get hit on the forehead.

sp̓ɬƛ̓x̌ʷíc̓aʔm   Morph: sp̓+ɬ+ƛ̓x̌ʷíc̓aʔ+m. to beat a drum.

sp̓ɬpwmin   Morph: sp̓+ɬ+pw+min. to beat a drum; drum stick.

ʔamasnsp̓íliʔs   Morph: ʔamas+n+sp̓íliʔs. to threaten to beat s.o.

ʔamaʔsnsp̓íliʔs   Morph: ʔamaʔsn+sp̓íliʔs ? to threaten to club s.o.

ɬʔamasnsp̓íliʔs   Morph: ɬ+ʔamaʔ+s+n+sp̓íliʔs. to come close to clubbing s.o.

kʔawsp̓ám, k̓awsp̓ám   Morph: k+ʔaw+sp̓á+m. to go beat (a drum). Sp sp̓(í) to hit with a stick, to beat, to club; č-sp̓íc̓eʔ-i-s he whipped his child with a switch; č-sp̓qín I beat him about the head with a club; Sh sp̓-em to hit, whip, spank. See: sp̓3.

sp̓2   Irish Creek.

ksp̓ipcn   Morph: k+sp̓ipcn. Irish Creek.

sp̓3   wheat.

ssp̓qin   Morph: s+sp̓qin. wheat. Sp ssp̓qín̓ wheat; Cm ssp̓qin̓ wheat.

sp̓qintn   Morph: sp̓qin+tn. thresher; threshing machine.

sp̓qin   Morph: sp̓qin. to thresh. Sp č-sp̓qín-tn (sp̓qín-tn) a threshing machine, the straw (after threshing).

sp̓mútyaʔ   Morph: sp̓+mútyaʔ. a scythe.

sap̓mútyaʔ   Morph: sap̓+mútyaʔ. a (hand) scythe. Sp ssp̓úl̕eʔxʷ-tn̓ a hand scythe.

sp̓p̓qintn   Morph: sp̓•p̓qin+tn. 1 • threshing machine.

2 • fish club.

sksp̓qintn   Morph: s+k+sp̓qin+tn. wheat stems.

txʷɬsp̓qintn   Morph: txʷ+ɬ+sp̓qin+tn. to obtain or get threshing machines. Sp č-sp̓qín-tn (sp̓qín-tn) a threshing machine, the straw (after threshing).

taʔxʷssp̓qín   Morph: taʔxʷ+s+sp̓qín. to get or obtain wheat.

taʔxʷsp̓qíntn   Morph: taʔxʷ+sp̓qín+tn. to get threshers.

wy̓ssp̓qin   Morph: wy̓+s+sp̓qin. to be finished with wheat. See: sp̓1.

sp̓lk̓   seven.

sisp̓lk̓   Morph: si•sp̓lk̓. seven.

ssp̓lk̓us   Morph: s•sp̓lk̓us. seven berries.

ssp̓lk̓áxn   Morph: s•sp̓lk̓axn. seven ply sheets.

ssp̓lk̓isxn   Morph: s•sp̓lk̓isxn. seven stones.

ksisp̓lk̓   Morph: ksi•sp̓lk̓. seven persons.

nkssp̓lk̓us   Morph: n+k+s•sp̓lk̓us. the big dipper (constellation).

kaʔɬlʔupnksɬsísp̓lk̓   Morph: kaʔɬl+ʔupnks+ɬ+sí•sp̓lk̓. thirty-seven.

kaʔɬlʔupnkstɬsísp̓lk̓   Morph: kaʔɬl+ʔupnkst+ɬ+si•sp̓lk̓. thirty-seven.

ssp̓lk̓ɬʔupnkst   Morph: s•sp̓lk̓+ɬ+ʔupnkst. seventy. Sp sisp̓l̕ seven; Cm sis‑p̓lk̓ seven.

sp̓y̓   buckskin.

sip̓y̓, síp̓iʔ   Morph: sip̓y̓. 1 • a (buckskin) hide.

2 • skin drum.

sp̓y̓álq   Morph: sp̓y̓álq. buckskin clothes.

sp̓y̓alqs   Morph: sp̓y̓alqs. buckskin clothes.

sp̓y̓álqsm, sip̓iʔálqsm   Morph: sp̓y̓álqs+m. to make buckskin clothes.

sp̓iʔíkst   Morph: sp̓iʔíkst. buckskin gloves.

spy̓alqs, sp̓iʔálqs   Morph: sp̓y̓álqs. a buckskin dress.

sp̓iʔáyaqn   Morph: sp̓y̓áyaqn. the skin on one's head.

sp̓iʔíɬxʷ   Morph: sp̓y̓iɬxʷ. house of hide; tipi.

sp̓y̓áyaqn   Morph: sp̓y̓áyaqn. the skin on one's head.

sp̓y̓ikst   Morph: sp̓y̓ikst. buckskin gloves.

sp̓ʔiɬxʷ   Morph: sp̓ʔiɬxʷ. tipi.

sp̓y̓iɬxʷ   Morph: sp̓y̓íɬxʷ. house of hide; tipi.

sp̓síp̓iʔxn   Morph: sp̓•sip̓y̓xn. moccasins.

sp̓síp̓y̓xn   Morph: sp̓•sip̓y̓xn. 1 • moccasins.

2 • mountain ladyslipper.

sp̓síp̓y̓xnm   Morph: sp̓•síp̓y̓xn+m. to put on moccasins. Sp sp̓síp̓iʔšn moccasins; Cm síp̓iʔ-xn moccasin; Cr síp̓+sip̓ay̓šn mocasins.

ksp̓y̓alqs, ksp̓iʔálqs,   Morph: k+sp̓y̓alqs. buckskin clothes.

tsp̓síp̓iʔxn   Morph: t+sp̓•síp̓iʔxn ? to wear moccasins. Sp síp̓y̓ tanned hide; Cm síp̓iʔ hide, buckskin; Cr sip̓ey̓ buckskin; Sh səsp̓ey skin; Li sip̓áz̓ skin, hide; see Th sip̓éc̓ (rabbit) skin used to mark on. Sp sp̓y̓éɬxʷ buckskin tepee; sp̓y̓álqs buckskin shirt; Cm sip̓iʔ‑aɬxʷ tipi made from animal hide; Cr seʔp̓yal̕qs buckskin (jacket), leather (coat).

sq   Twin Lakes.

sqitkʷ   Morph: sqitkʷ. sqitkʷ: Twin Lakes.

sq̓   split, fork.

sq̓   Morph: sq̓. to split s.t.

siq̓   Morph: siq̓. to split s.t.; to cut across s.t.; to open s.t. wide.

sq̓ap   Morph: sq̓a+p. s.t. cracked or split.

saq̓q̓cn   Morph: saq̓•q̓cn. the mouth is opened wide.

sq̓awsílt   Morph: sq̓awsílt. middle child.

sq̓awsqínkst   Morph: sq̓awsqínkst. middle finger.

sq̓awsqínxn   Morph: sq̓awsqínxn. middle toe. Sp s-n-q̓aw̓sqínšn middle toe.

sq̓aw̓sqn   Morph: sq̓aw̓sqn. harelip.

ksq̓iw̓s   Morph: k+sq̓iw̓s. 1 • a canyon; a crevasse; a crack.

2 • ksq̓iw̓s (Stray Dog Canyon).

nsiq̓m   Morph: n+siq̓+m. a fork or split.

nsq̓siq̓m   Morph: n+sq̓•siq̓+m. to cut across; to turn off (the road).

nsq̓aqs   Morph: n+sq̓aqs. to split s.t. by hammering on its point or end.

nsq̓iw̓(s)   Morph: n+sq̓iw̓s. to be split in half; to be forked.

nsq̓sq̓iw̓s   Morph: n+sq̓•sq̓iw̓s. to be split. Sp saq̓(é) cracked, split; sq̓sq̓ép it split up into pieces; Cm n‑sq̓‑aw̓s to split wood; Cr saq̓ spli (... in two); Sh siq̓-m to break, crack; Th √səq̓ crack; see Th √səq split; Li səq-xál to quarter or split wood; see Li səq̓xál to crack s.t.; səq-xal to quarter or split wood.

sq̓t   rain.

ksasq̓tm   Morph: k+sa•sq̓t+m. to rain. See: q̓t.

sq̓ʷ1   across.

nsq̓ʷut   Morph: n+sq̓ʷut. 1 • the other side.

2 • nsq̓ʷut (place name). Lit: across

k̓ansq̓ʷút   Morph: k̓a+n+sq̓ʷút. k̓ansq̓ʷút (place name). Lit: on the other side

sq̓ʷ2   skin.

saq̓ʷ   Morph: saq̓ʷ. to skin (an animal).

sáq̓ʷyaq   Morph: sáq̓ʷyaq. to skin the top of the head.

sasáq̓ʷyaqs   Morph: sa•sáq̓ʷyaqs. the skinned top of the head.

ksaq̓ʷ   Morph: k+saq̓ʷ. to take the skin off; to skin.

sksaq̓ʷm   Morph: s+k+saq̓ʷ+m. skinning a large animal.

ksq̓ʷsaq̓ʷ   Morph: k+sq̓ʷ•saq̓ʷ. to take the skin off; to skin. Sp soq̓ʷ-n I cleaned something, I got the skin off; Sh x-suq̓ʷ-m to skin a soft furry animal...; Th súq̓ʷ butcher; Li súq̓ʷ-əm to skin a (big) animal...

sq̓ʷ3   prairie chicken.

sq̓ʷaq̓ʷlqʷ   Morph: sq̓ʷ•aq̓ʷlqʷ. prairie chicken.

sq̓ʷaq̓ʷllqʷ   Morph: sq̓ʷa•q̓ʷlqʷ ? prairie chicken. Sp s-q̓ʷáq̓ʷl̕l̕qʷ... quail (black with white spots); Cm sq̓ʷ‑a‑q̓ʷ‑l̕qʷ prairie chicken, sharp‑tailed grouse.

sq̓ʷ4   downstream.

suq̓ʷq̓ʷ   Morph: suq̓ʷ•q̓ʷ. s.t. floated downstream.

suq̓ʷt   Morph: suq̓ʷ+t. to drift downstream. Cm suk̓ʷ‑t to drift downstream; to float; Cr suk̓ʷ float (...with current); Sh suk̓ʷ-n-s to blow (away); See: sk̓ʷ5.

sr   cricket.

sar   Morph: sar. a cricket sings; the sound a cricket makes; high-pitched.

sarsr   Morph: sar•sr. crickets.

nssarqn   Morph: n+s•sarqn. beautifully high pitched voice. Sp √ser shrill sound; sérsr (sér) cricket; Cr sár̓sar̓ cricket; Sh sal a kind of cricket (light green, stays on sage brush, chirps at night); Th ṣə̣́l ? cricket.

srm   Jerome.

sirúm   Morph: sirúm. From: French Jérôme. Jerome.

sryl   cereal.

siryl   Morph: siryl. From: English cereal. cereal.

sr̓1   peel.

sr, sr̓   Morph: sr̓. to peel s.t.

ksr̓   Morph: k+sr̓. to peel s.t.

ksr̓cinm   Morph: k+sr̓cin+m. to peel a fruit stem for eating.

ksr̓íc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sr̓íc̓aʔ. to peel the hide; to skin an animal.

ksr̓alqʷ   Morph: k+sr̓alqʷ. a barkless trunk; a trunk stripped of its bark.

ksr̓áyaʔqn   Morph: k+sr̓áyaʔqn. to scalp s.o.

ksr̓qin   Morph: k+sr̓qin. to scalp s.o. Sp č-sr̓r̓álqʷ-i-s he peeled (or cut) the bark off the pole; Cm k-sr-nt-xʷ you skin, peel s.t. [animal]; Sh sel-n-s to peel off; sel, x-sl-qin-s to scalp; Th √ṣəḷ peel-smooth.

sr̓2   sucker.

ssr̓iw̓s   Morph: s+sr̓iw̓s. sucker fish.

ss   Jesus.

sisí   Morph: sisí. From: French Jesus. Jésus.

sskr   Jesus Christ.

sisikrí   Morph: sisikrí. Jesus Christ. From: French Jésus Christ.

ssn   Susan.

susán   Morph: susán. From: French Susan. Susan.

sspn   Josephine.

susapín   Morph: susapín. From: French Joséphine. Josephine.

st1   think.

nstils   Morph: n+stils. to think.

nstilsm   Morph: n+stils+m. to think about s.t.

snstils   Morph: s+n+stils. one's thought or thinking. Sp ntéls he thought. See: nt.

st2   thing.

sutn   Morph: sut+n. 1 • thing; whatchamacallit.

2 • to do s.t., whatever. Sh sutn possession, belongings; Th /sútn possession.

haɬsútn   Morph: haɬsút+n. a group of whatchamacallits; all of them.

st3   sisitílxqn (man's name).

sisitílxqn   Morph: ši•šit+ílxqn. sisitílxqn (man's name).

st4   Gideon.

sitiá   Morph: sitiá. From: English Gideon.

stk   curved; crooked; twisted.

sitk   Morph: sitk. curved, crooked, twisted.

stkm   Morph: stk+m. to twist s.t.; to give spasms. Sp √stč twisted; Cm stk‑nt‑xʷ you wind s.t. [clock, nut]; Cr setč twist; Sh √sətk - sət-sətk-eɬp peavine.

stkʷ   satkʷ (woman's name).

satkʷ   Morph: satkʷ. satkʷ (woman's name).

stm   sibling-in-law.

saʔstám   Morph: saʔ•stám. brother, sister, cousin-in-law; loosely friend of one's spouse.

taʔxʷsaʔstám   Morph: taʔxʷ+saʔ•stám. to get a brother- or sister-in-law.

staʔxʷsaʔstám   Morph: s+taʔxʷ+saʔ•stám. the brother- or sister-in-law one has gained. Sp seʔstém man's brother's wife; Cm saʔstm opposite sex sibling of spouse; opposite sex spouse of sibling; opposite sex spouse of spouse’s sibling; Cr siʔ+st+m woman's brother-in-law.

stmpʕt   steam boat. Category: phar in borrowings.

stimpóʕt   Morph: stimpóʕt. From: English steam boat.

stnn   stanán (woman's name).

stanán   Morph: stanán ? stanán (woman's name).

stwl   stwal̕ (personal name).

stwal̕   Morph: stwal̕ ? person's name. Lit: cry baby

st̓   dry. Category: a u Ablaut.

sut̓s   Morph: sut̓+s ? to be damp dried.

sʔat̓   Morph: s[ʔ]at̓. to be or go dry. Sh x-səʔut̓ water-level goes down; Th /suƛ̓ suck up s.t... dry up s.t. (by removing liquid); Li n.súƛ̓-xal to shut off water; to drain out a lake or pond.

sʔut̓   Morph: s[ʔ]ut̓. a liquid dries off; s.t. is desiccated.

saʔt̓ílx   Morph: sa[ʔ]t̓+ílx. to get dry.

ksaʔt̓íc̓aʔ   Morph: k+saʔt̓íc̓aʔ. a body dries.

saʔt̓skʷál̕t   Morph: saʔt̓+s+kʷál̕+t. the sweat dries off. See: sʕt̓.

st̓myʔ   homosexual; transvestite; hermaphrodite.

st̓ámyaʔ   Morph: st̓ámyaʔ. homosexual; transvestite; hermaphrodite. Sp stémy̓eʔ transvestite.

sw1   ask.

siw   Morph: siw. to ask about s.t. or s.o.; to ask for s.t. or s.o.

ɬsiw   Morph: ɬ+síw. to ask s.o. s.t. again.

swsiw   Morph: sw•siw. several people ask; to ask several things.

swsiwm   Morph: sw•siw+m. to ask s.t.

swnwixʷ   Morph: sw+nwixʷ. to ask one another.

swikstm   Morph: sw꞊ikst+m. to call or summon s.o.

swɬtiɬn   Morph: swɬtiɬn. to ask for information.

swplaʔmístmn   Morph: swplaʔ+míst+mn. ask for directions; ask for information.

ɬsíwplaʔ   Morph: ɬ+síwplaʔ. to ask about s.t. again.

swcnmistmn   Morph: swcn+mist+mn. a proposal.

ksíwplaʔ   Morph: k+síwplaʔ. to ask about; to inquire.

kswplaʔmíst   Morph: k+swplaʔ+míst. to ask for directions; to ask for information.

kswplaʔmístmn   Morph: k+swplaʔ+míst+mn. ask for directions; ask for information.

nsiwcn   Morph: n+siwcn. to ask for s.o.'s s.t.

nswsiwcn   Morph: n+sw•siw꞊cn. to ask questions.

nsiwpm   Morph: n+siw+p+m ? to ask for s.t.

nsaw̓sw̓cn   Morph: n+saw̓•sw̓cn. to ask questions.

nswcnmist, nsucnmíst   Morph: n+swcn+mist. to ask; to talk; to propose. Sp n-cuʔcnmíst he proposed marriage.

nswcnmistm   Morph: n+swcn+mist+m. to propose for s.o.

k̓ɬsiw   Morph: k̓ɬ+siw. to ask about s.t. or s.o.; to ask for s.t. or s.o.

ʔawsíw   Morph: ʔaw+síw. to go ask s.o.

cʔawsksíw   Morph: c+ʔaw+s+k+síw. to come to ask.

ʔawsnswcnmíst   Morph: ʔaw+s+n+swn+míst. to go and propose.

cʔawsnswcnmist   Morph: c+ʔaw+s+n+swcn+mist. to come to propose.

kʔawsnswcnmístm, k̓awsnswcnmístm   Morph: k+ʔaw+s+n+swcn+míst+m. to go to propose.

kʔawsnsíwcn, k̓awsnsíwcn   Morph: k+ʔaw+s+n+síwcn. to go ask.

ck̓wsnswcnmist   Morph: c+k+ʔw+s+n+swcn+mist. to come to propose. Sp √sew to ask; Cm saw‑nt‑xʷ you ask s.t.; Cr sigʷ ask for, inquire, question (to...), request; Sh se-n-s to ask (in any sense); Th √séw ask; Li √saw to ask.

sw2   itch, tickle.

swap   Morph: swá+p. to itch; to tickle. Th √ṣáw̓ scratch; Li súp-xal to scratch (in order to relieve an itch).

swswap   Morph: sw•swá+p. to itch; to tickle.

swpilxʷ   Morph: sw+pilxʷ. to have an itchy back.

swswpaqs   Morph: sw•sw+paqs. to have an itchy nose.

swpíc̓aʔ   Morph: sw+píc̓aʔ. itch.

kswpíc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sw+píc̓aʔ. to have an itch.

sw3   Osoyoos.

swiw̓s   Morph: sw꞊iw̓s. swiw̓s: Osoyoos.

sw̓iw̓s   Morph: sw̓iw̓s. sw̓iw̓s: Osoyoos. Lit: dry land between

sw4   Shuswap.

sw̓sw̓ap   Morph: sw̓•sw̓a+p. sw̓sw̓ap: Shuswap Indians.

sw5   schwa.

swa   Morph: swa. From: English schwa. schwa.

swɬ   water.

siwɬkʷ   Morph: siwɬkʷ. 1 • water; body of water, river.

2 • liquor, booze.

sisw̓ɬkʷ   Morph: si•s•w̓ɬkʷ. little water.

ksiwɬkʷ   Morph: k+siwɬkʷ. to have water; there is water.

nsiwɬkʷ   Morph: nsiwɬkʷ. fish.

snsiwɬkʷtn   Morph: sn+siwɬkʷ+tn. liquor store; (liquor) bottle.

sql̕siwɬkʷ   Morph: s+ql̕+siwɬkʷ. sql̕siwɬkʷ: Kootenai.

aʔkssw̓síwaʔɬkʷ   Morph: aʔk+s•sw̓•síw̓aʔɬkʷ. aʔkssw̓síwaʔɬkʷ (place name). Lit: place of springs of water Sp séwɬkʷ water; Cm sawɬ‑kʷ water; Sh séwɬ-kʷe water.

sws   drink.

siw(s)   Morph: siw. to drink.

siws   Morph: siws. to drink.

siwst   Morph: siws+t. to drink. Sp sús-t he drank; Sh steʔ to drink.

siw̓st   Morph: siw̓s+t. to drink; to drink liquor.

sisw̓st   Morph: si•s•w̓s+t. to drink a little.

sasíw̓st   Morph: sa•síw̓s+t. several drink (liquid).

síwstaʔx   Morph: siws+t+aʔx. drinking water.

siwstm   Morph: siws+t+m. drink.

siwstmst   Morph: siws+t+m+st. to give s.o. s.t. to drink.

swstitkʷ   Morph: sws+titkʷ. fresh or drinking water.

snsiw̓stn   Morph: sn+siw̓s+tn. tavern, bar.

nk̓ʷsiwsm   Morph: nk̓ʷ+siws+m. to drink s.t. in one gulp.

ʔawsíwstm   Morph: ʔaw+síw+st+m. to take (a horse) to water.

kʔawsíwst, k̓awsíwst   Morph: k+ʔaw+síws+t. to go drink. Cf √swɬ. See Sp n-soʔ-p-nú-n-t-xʷ drink it all (sg)!, √sus to drink; sús-t he drank. See: sʔs.

swt   who.

swit   Morph: swit. 1 • who; somebody; anybody.

2 • to be nothing but...; to be only ...

3 • idiomatic. Sp swét who; Cm s-wat who, someone; Sh s-wet-(y̓) who, somebody; Li s.wat who?

swswit   Morph: sw•swít. who; those unspecified (people); many.

sw̓sw̓it   Morph: sw̓•sw̓ít. (those) who.

haɬswít   Morph: haɬswít. a group of ... anybody.

haɬswswít   Morph: haɬsw•swít. a group of people; the whoever group.

kmix swít   Morph: kmix swít. anybody.

lut swit   Morph: lut swit. nobody; not anybody.

lutm swit   Morph: lut+m swit. not anybody. Cm lut swat no one.

xy̓mix swit, xiʔmíx swit   Morph: xy̓+mix swit. anybody; anyone.

swit aɬíʔ   Morph: swit aɬíʔ. in fact; because.

yayáʕt swit   Morph: ya•yaʕ+t swit. all; everyone.

yaʕyáʕt swit   Morph: yaʕ•yaʕ+t swit. all; everyone.

sw̓1   whisper.

ssw̓ilx   Morph: s+sw̓ilx. whisper.

sw̓sw̓ilx   Morph: sw̓•sw̓ilx. to whisper.

ssw̓sw̓ílaʔx   Morph: s+sw̓•sw̓+ílaʔx. to whisper low.

sw̓ncut   Morph: sw̓+ncut. to whisper.

nsw̓ínaʔ   Morph: n+sw̓ínaʔ. to whisper.

nssw̓ínaʔ   Morph: n+s+sw̓ínaʔ. to whisper. Sp √sw̓(í) whisper; suʔsw̓-ílš they're whispering around; Cm suʔsuw̓íl̕x be whispering; sw̓‑sw̓‑nt‑xʷ you whisper to s.o.; Cr s+séw̓+suw̓+iš whisper; Th /suʔ[eʔ]ˑúʔ quiet talking...; √səw̓ whisper.

sw̓2   recede.

ɬsw̓aw̓   Morph: ɬ+sw̓•aw̓. to recede again.

nsw̓aw̓   Morph: nsw̓•aw̓. a body of water has dried; the water has receded.

nsw̓iwlm   Morph: nsw̓꞊iwl+m. to bail a canoe.

nssw̓úlaʔxʷ   Morph: ns•sw̓úlaʔxʷ. 1 • the creek bed is dry.

2 • nssw̓úlaʔxʷ: Dry Creek. Sp √soʕ̓ʷ(ó) (soʕʷ)(soʔ) to draw out, to siphon, to strain; sʔóʔʔ it melted away, it drained off suddenly; see Sh t-sw-suʔt dew; Th √séw moisture; Li √suwt dew; wetness of vegetation after rain.

sw̓3   sock; foot rags.

sisw̓xn   Morph: n+si•sw̓xn. foot rags; socks; stockings.

snsísuʔxn   Morph: sn+si•sw̓xn. socks; foot rags; stockings.

snsisw̓xn   Morph: sn+si•sw̓xn. socks; foot rags; stockings.

sw̓ʕ   wish.

k̓ɬsw̓sw̓aʕt   Morph: k̓ɬ+sw̓•sw̓aʕ+t. s.t. wished for.

sx1   cool off. Category: a u Ablaut.

sʔax   Morph: s[ʔ]ax. to become cold (the temperature of the dead).

sxap   Morph: sxa+p. s.t. is aired out.

sxsaxt   Morph: sx•sax+t. fresh, clean.

suʔxwílx   Morph: su[ʔ]x+wílx. to turn Indian summer.

saʔxíɬc̓aʔ   Morph: saʔxíɬc̓aʔ. the air goes out of one's body.

saʔxúlaʔxʷ   Morph: sa[ʔ]xúlaʔxʷ. the ground cools.

sxpic̓aʔ   Morph: sx+pic̓aʔ. to get the chills.

ksaʔxíc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sa[ʔ]xíc̓aʔ. the body cools off.

ksixpíc̓aʔ   Morph: k+six+p꞊íc̓aʔ. to get the chills.

ksaʔxús   Morph: k+sa[ʔ]xús. s.t. cools off.

nsaxm   Morph: nsax+m. to cool a drink, a liquid.

nsaʔxítkʷ   Morph: n+sa[ʔ]xítkʷ. a liquid gets cold.

snsuʔúx   Morph: sn+su[ʔ]úx. Indian summer. Sp √seš to cool; sʔéš it cooled down; Cm sax be fresh, clean, odorless; ; also sáxsaxt; sxxip evening breeze; Sh səxəx numb; səx-səx-t pure, sterilized...; Th √séx odor / taste fades; Li sa˅ʔx taste goes out of s.t.; səx-p to have no feeling; to feel 'pins and needles'.

sx2   untouched. Category: i u Ablaut, Stress.

síxlaʔxʷ   Morph: síxlaʔxʷ. untouched land.

sxúlaʔxʷ   Morph: sxúlaʔxʷ. untouched land.

sx3   tickle.

sxsixm   Morph: sx•six+m. to tickle.

sxk   onion.

saxk   Morph: saxk. 1 • Douglas' onion.

2 • Geyer's onion. Sp séhč pink flowered wild onions; Cr si+sč onion (species of wild...).

sxʷ1   recognize.

suxʷ   Morph: suxʷ. to know or recognize s.o.; to be acquainted with s.o.; to be able to recognize. Sp suxʷ to know, to understand, to be acquainted with, to recognize; Cm suxʷ‑nt‑xʷ you recognize s.o.; Cr suxʷ acquainted ...; Sh suxʷ-m to recognize; Th súxʷ(t) recogniza; Li suxʷt-ən to recogniza sọ., s.t.

ɬsuxʷ   Morph: ɬ+suxʷ. to recognize s.t. or s.o. again.

sxʷnwixʷ   Morph: sxʷ+nwixʷ. to be acquaintances; to get s.o. acquainted.

sxʷsxʷnwixʷ   Morph: sxʷsxʷnwixʷ. to recognize one another.

súxʷlaʔxʷm   Morph: súxʷlaʔxʷ+m. to know the country. Sh səxʷ-ul̕əxʷ-m to recognize the land.

ɬsúxʷlaʔxʷ   Morph: ɬ+súxʷlaʔxʷ. to recognize a place again.

súxʷmaʔ   Morph: súxʷmaʔ. to measure; to weigh; to get acquainted with s.o. or s.t. Sp súxʷmeʔ-n-t measure it (sg.)!; Cm sxʷmaʔ to weigh, measure; Cr č+súxʷmeʔ+n gauge.

sxʷmaʔálqsm   Morph: sxʷmaʔálqs+m. to fit or measure a coat.

sxʷmʔúlaʔxʷ   Morph: sxʷmʔúlaʔxʷ. 1 • to measure.

2 • map.

sxʷmaʔúlaʔxʷ   Morph: sxʷmaʔúlaʔxʷ. to measure the ground.

sxʷmaʔúlaʔxʷtn   Morph: sxʷmaʔúlaʔxʷ+tn. 1 • surveyor's tool.

2 • a mile.

sxʷmʔúlaʔxʷtn   Morph: sxʷmʔúlaʔxʷ+tn. a mile.

nsúxʷnaʔ   Morph: n+súxʷnaʔ. to understand; to recognize s.o.'s talk.

nsúxʷnaʔm   Morph: n+súxʷnaʔ+m. to understand; to recognize s.o.'s talk.

nsuxʷc(n)   Morph: n+suxʷc(n). to recognize one's voice.

nsuxʷxʷcn   Morph: n+suxʷ•xʷcn. to understand a language; to recognize a language.

nsxʷnaʔmnwíxʷ   Morph: n+sxʷnaʔ+mnwíxʷ. to acquaint oneself with s.o.; to recognize one another.

sxʷsqilxʷ   Morph: sxʷ+s+qilxʷ. to recognize; to be acquainted with; to tell apart; to distinguish sọ. from sọ. else. Sp hec-sxʷ√s-qélixʷ he recognizes people.

sxʷ2   leave.

suxʷxʷ   Morph: suxʷ•xʷ. several leave; several are gone. Sp hi súxʷ everyone is suddenly gone!; Cr súxʷ+xʷ empty, vacated...; Sh sxʷup to leave, set out; Th suxʷ depart.

ksuxʷxʷm   Morph: k+suxʷ•xʷ+m. several leave s.o.

sxʷ3   sutumn.

nsʔuxʷ   Morph: n+s[ʔ]uxʷ. the turning of the sun a lighter color; autumn, fall; cooling off.

nsaʔxʷxʷílx   Morph: n+saʔxʷ•xʷílx. getting cool; the end of summer; getting to be fall.

sxʷ4   fish jump; upstream.

suxʷlx   Morph: suxʷ+lx. fish go upstream, jump.

susxʷlx   Morph: su•s•xʷ+lx. to jump (of fish jumping out of the water). Sp √suxʷ. hec-súxʷ-lš-i the big fish are jumping up clear of the water; Cr suxʷelš jump (ref. to a fish); Sh sexʷ-m to bathe; Th séxʷ bathe; Li sáxʷ-əm to take a bath.

sxʷ5   molehill; easter lily.

sxʷixʷ   Morph: sxʷ•ixʷ. 1 • molehill.

2 • yellow dog-tooth violet.

3 • easter lily.

sxʷ6   compadre.

sxʷnamt   Morph: sxʷ+namt ? to be parents of one's own offspring's spouse.

sxʷnamtiw̓s   Morph: sxʷ+namtiw̓s ? the relationship of two parties whose offspring is married to one another.

sxʷ7   visible breath.

sxʷuxʷcn   Morph: sxʷ•uxʷcn. visible breath. Lit: ? leaves the mouth

sxʷlkʷ   sxʷlakʷ (man's name).

sxʷlakʷ   Morph: sxʷlakʷ ? sxʷlakʷ (man's name).

sx̌1   move.

six̌lx   Morph: six̌+lx. to move from one place to another; to move s.t. from one place to another (e.g. a ditch).

six̌lxst   Morph: k+six̌lx+st. to move s.t.; to cause s.t. to move.

sx̌lwis   Morph: sx̌+lwis. to move s.t.

sx̌lxiw̓s   Morph: sx̌lxiw̓s. to change from one place to another.

sx̌lxúlaʔxʷ   Morph: sx̌lxúlaʔxʷ. to change country.

ɬsix̌lx   Morph: ɬ+six̌+lx. to move s.t. back.

ksx̌   Morph: k+sx̌. to move or go past s.t. or s.o.

ɬksx̌   Morph: ɬ+k+sx̌. to go past again.

ksx̌x̌am   Morph: k+sx̌•x̌a+m. to go past, to move to the next.

ksx̌x̌nu   Morph: k+sx̌•x̌+nu. to manage to move past s.t. or s.o.

ksix̌lxst   Morph: k-six̌+lx+st. to cause to move from one place to another; to transfer s.t.r it.

ksaʔx̌lxíw̓s   Morph: k+sa[ʔ]x̌lxíw̓s. to move from one place to another without touching the ground (game at changing horses without getting on the ground).

k̓ɬsax̌m   Morph: k̓ɬ+sax̌+m. k̓ɬsax̌m: "past where the water falls". Sp √sax̌ near; Sh six̌-m to move stg. (to another place); Th √síx̌ move, change location; Li √six̌ to move. See: sx̌n.

sx̌2   sx̌sx̌pqín (man's name).

sx̌sx̌pqín   Morph: sx̌•sx̌+pqín. sx̌sx̌pqín (a chief).

ksx̌sx̌pqin   Morph: k+sx̌•sx̌+pqin. ?

sx̌n   go past.

ksx̌an   Morph: k+sx̌an. 1 • to pass through; to go past; to go by.

2 • more than; beyound; beside. Sp sax̌ near; Sh six̌-m to move stg. (to another place); Th √síx̌ move, change location; Li √six̌ to move. See: sx̌1.

sx̌ʷ1   descend. Category: Inversion.

sax̌ʷ   Morph: sax̌ʷ. descend, be downhill.

sax̌ʷt   Morph: sax̌ʷ+t. to go downhill; to get down; to climb down.

csix̌ʷt   Morph: c+six̌ʷ+t. to come downhill; to descend.

csax̌ʷt   Morph: c+sax̌ʷ+t. 1 • to dismount; to come downhill.

2 • to come to confront s.o., to quarrel.

ɬsax̌ʷt   Morph: ɬ+sax̌ʷ+t. to go back downhill; to go back downstairs.

ɬcsax̌ʷt   Morph: ɬ+c+sax̌ʷ+t. to come back down.

sax̌ʷtílx   Morph: sax̌ʷ+tilx. several descend.

sax̌ʷtíllx   Morph: sax̌ʷ+t+il•l•x. several descend.

sx̌ʷtilx   Morph: sx̌ʷ+tilx. to descend.

sx̌ʷtlilx   Morph: sax̌ʷ+t+l•ilx. several go downhill.

ɬsx̌ʷtlilx   Morph: ɬ+sx̌ʷ+t+li•l•x. several go back downhill.

ɬcsx̌ʷtlilx   Morph: ɬ+c+sx̌ʷ+t+li•l•x. to come downhill again.

sx̌ʷpínaʔ   Morph: sx̌ʷ+pínaʔ. runoff.

sx̌ʷstus   Morph: sx̌ʷ+stus. to go downhill.

sx̌ʷx̌ʷstus   Morph: sx̌ʷ•x̌ʷ+stus. to go downhill.

ksax̌ʷm   Morph: k+sax̌ʷ+m. to run after s.o.

ksax̌ʷt   Morph: k+sax̌ʷ+t. to go to confront s.o.; to go quarrel with s.o.

ksax̌ʷtm(n)   Morph: k+sax̌ʷ+t+m(n). to confront s.o. verbally or physically; to go after s.o.

ksax̌ʷtús   Morph: k+sax̌ʷ+tus. to go downhill.

ksx̌ʷtusm   Morph: k+sx̌ʷ+tus+m. to go downhill toward s.t. or s.o.

ksx̌ʷpínaʔ   Morph: k+sx̌ʷ+pínaʔ. to run on a surface (as liquid).

nsx̌ʷstúlaʔxʷ   Morph: n+sx̌ʷ+stúlaʔxʷ. to go down into s.t. See: x̌ʷs1. Sp n-sx̌ʷ-pcín saliva dribbled; Cm na‑sx̌ʷ‑p to leak (roof); Cr saʔx̌ʷ dissolve, melt; Sh səsúx̌ʷ-nst to descend; Th /sox̌ʷestús descend, go down, downhill, down the mountain (facing down); Li súx̌ʷast to come down (from ladder or hill).

sx̌ʷ2   blame.

sax̌ʷtm   Morph: sax̌ʷ+t+m. to blame s.o.

sx̌ʷ3   split.

six̌ʷ   Morph: six̌ʷ. to split (wood).

six̌ʷt   Morph: six̌ʷ+t. to be split, shattered (of wood).

ssix̌ʷ   Morph: s•six̌ʷ. ssix̌ʷ: area near the headwaters of Roper Creek. Lit: split open

ssx̌ʷlʔisxn   Morph: s•sx̌ʷ+lʔisxn ? ssx̌ʷlʔisxn (place name). Lit: split open Sp √sax̌ʷ split in little pieces; Cr sex̌ʷ cracking (ref. to wood).

sx̌ʷ3   dry up.

nsʔax̌ʷ   Morph: n+s[ʔ]ax̌ʷ. to get dried up.

nsaʔx̌ʷx̌ʷúlaʔxʷ   Morph: n+sa[ʔ]x̌ʷ•x̌ʷúlaʔxʷ. the earth dries.

sx̌ʷtm   sax̌ʷmtíkn̓ (man's name).

sax̌ʷmtíkn̓   Morph: sax̌ʷmtíkn̓ ? sax̌ʷmtíkn̓ (man's name).

sy1   smarts.

sysyus   Morph: sy•syus. to be smart; to have power; strength. Sp sy smart, able, industrious; Cr siy+siyús astute, capable, clever, intelligent...

ssy̓syus   Morph: s•sy̓•syus. a smart little one.

sysyustn   Morph: sy•syus+tn. power; ability.

sysytwilx   Morph: sy•sy+t+wilx. to become proficient at s.t.

sy̓sy̓twilx   Morph: sy̓•sy̓+twilx. to get or become smart.

kɬsysyus   Morph: kɬ+sy•syus. to have ability or smarts.

ksysyustn   Morph: k+sy•syus+tn. power; ability.

nsysyaqs   Morph: n+sy•syaqs. a good smell.

snsysyus   Morph: s+n+sy•syus. smart ones.

miɬsysyús, myɬsysyus   Morph: my+ɬ+sy•syus. to be smarter.

sy2   tail.

syups   Morph: syups. 1 • tail.

2 • stalks, tops (as opposed to roots); foliage of a plant. Sp sups tail.

syúyaʔps   Morph: s+yú•yaʔps. a little tail.

tmsyups   Morph: tm+syups. to be without tail.

sy3   Salish.

siylx   Morph: siy+lx. Salish language.

sylx   Morph: sy+lx. Salish.

sylxcin   Morph: sy+lxcin. the Salish people.

nsiylxcn   Morph: n+siy+lxcn. Salish.

nsylxcin   Morph: n+sy+lxcin. the Salish people; the Salish language; the Okanagan language; cover term for these Okanagan-Colville dialects: Northern O., Similkameen O., Southern O., Methow, Sanpoil-Nespelem, Colville, Lakes. Sp séliš Indians from Bitterrot area.

sy4   do one's best.

symscut   Morph: sy+m+scut. to do one's best. Sp čn ym̓m̓ s cút I'm worried, I'm between a rock and a hard place.; Cm yəm̓ym̓t ... be difficult; Cr siy+m+scút act, contended, strove, vied.

sy5   sy in women's names.

suysyt   Morph: suy•sy+t. suysyt (woman's name).

saysytkʷ, sáysitkʷ   Morph: say•sytkʷ. sáysitkʷ (woman's name).

syl̕   spotted, dapple gray.

ksysl̕íc̓aʔ   Morph: k+sy•sl̕íc̓aʔ ? dapple gray horse; spotted horse.

syps   sypas (man's name).

sypas   Morph: sypas. sypas (man's name).

sytk   twist.

sytk   Morph: sytk. to twist s.t.

sytkm   Morph: sytk. to twist.

sytkikstm   Morph: sytkikst+m. to twist one's hands.

sytl   Seattle.

syatl   Morph: syatl. Seattle.

sy̓   chilled.

suy̓y̓   Morph: suy̓•y̓. to get cold or chilled.

suy̓t   Morph: suy̓+t. to be cold or chilled. Sp čn súy̓-t I am chilly; Cm suy̓‑iʔ be chilly.

sy̓suy̓t   Morph: sy̓•suy̓+t. several are cold, chilled.

sy̓suy̓kstm   Morph: suy̓kst+m. to get s.o. chilled.

suy̓ps   Morph: suy̓ps. a cold or chilled tail.

súyc̓aʔ   Morph: súyc̓aʔ. to have a cold body.

suy̓kst   Morph: suy̓kst. a cold or chilled hand.

nsuy̓ps   Morph: nsuy̓ps. a chilled tail.

1   go down; descend.

saʕ   Morph: saʕ. descend.

saʕsáʕt   Morph: saʕ•sáʕ+t. to drop off; to have fallen off, as an apple off a tree.

saʕmncút   Morph: saʕ+mncút. to dismount; to get off; to go downhill.

saʕmst   Morph: saʕ+m+st. to bring s.t. down.

saʕsaʕmínm   Morph: saʕ•saʕ+mín+m. to drop several things.

ssʕawss   Morph: s+sʕawss ? remote ancestors.

ksaʕús   Morph: k+saʕús. the sun goes down.

nsaʕyn   Morph: nsaʕyn. sinker.

nsaʕmncút   Morph: n+saʕ+mncút. to go down.

nsaʕsaʕítkʷ   Morph: nsaʕ•saʕítkʷ. several fall in the water.

knn̓saʕyn̓tn̓   Morph: kn•n̓+saʕ+yn̓+tn̓ ? sinker line. See: sʕʷ.

2   west wind.

snsʕaɬqʷ   Morph: s+n+sʕaɬqʷ. west wind. See Sp c-háɬq-m the warm chinook wind is blowing.

sʕɬn   saʕɬín (place name).

saʕɬín   Morph: saʕɬín ? saʕɬín (place name). Lit: specially-placed rocks See: ʕɬ3.

sʕn   gentle; tame.

snsaʕnt   Morph: sn•saʕn+t. to be gentle; to be tame. Sp sn̓sán̓-t. gentle wind, a very gentle horse; Cm ṣə̣n‑p be tame, calm; also ṣéənṣə̣nt; Cr s+sán̓+sn̓+t it is a broken, tamed horse. Gram: Cm ṣ, ə̣ confirm the pharyngeal

sʕt̓   dry.

saʕt̓íc̓aʔ   Morph: saʕt̓íc̓aʔ. a body dries off. See: st̓.

sʕx̌   sx̌x̌aʕlqs (woman's name). Category: Pharyngeal match.

sx̌x̌alqs   Morph: sx̌•x̌alqs. sx̌x̌alqs (woman's name).

sx̌x̌aʕlqs   Morph: sx̌•x̌aʕlqs. sx̌x̌aʕlqs (woman's name).

sʕy1   noise.

saʕy   Morph: saʕy. 1 • to make (talking) noises.

2 • to interrupt s.o.

saʕy̓   Morph: saʕy̓. to be noisy.

syaʕy   Morph: sy•aʕy. to make noise; to make talking noises.

sy̓aʕy̓   Morph: sy̓•aʕy̓. to make noise; to fuss.

sysyaʕlx   Morph: sy•syaʕlx. to make voice noises.

sy̓sy̓aʕlx   Morph: sy̓•sy̓aʕlx. to make talking noises.

saʕ̓ycán   Morph: saʕ̓ycán. a weak sound.

symncaʕt   Morph: sy+mncaʕt. to make noise (talking) (humans or animals).

ksycaʕn   Morph: k+sycáʕn. to make a chirping noise.

nsaʕycn   Morph: n+saʕycn. to interrupt s.o. Sp √say the sound of voices; si-p-m-n-cót all are making noises at the same time and increasing in volume. This form confirms an earlier ʕ.

sʕy2   confuse.

nsaʕyqn   Morph: n+saʕyqn. to confuse s.o.

sʕ̓1   fall off.

saʕ̓sáʕ̓t   Morph: saʕ̓•sáʕ̓+t. to fall off.

sʕ̓2   swan.

sáʕ̓aʕ̓   Morph: sáʕ̓•aʕ̓. trumpeter swan.

sʕʷ   go down, set.

saʕʷs   Morph: saʕʷs. the sun sets.

ksaʕ̓ʷss   Morph: k+saʕ̓ʷs•s. sunset, sundown.

ksaʕ̓ʷúss   Morph: k+saʕ̓ʷús•s. sunset, sundown. Sp čsoʕʷoss sunset. See: .

1   uncle.

ssiʔ   Morph: s•siʔ. maternal uncle; mother's brother, cousin.

ɬɬssiʔ   Morph: ɬɬ+s•siʔ. uncles; maternal uncles; mother's brothers, cousins. Sp síʔ uncle; Cr s+síʔ maternal uncle; Sh síseʔ uncle (mother's brother).

2   young timber.

nsaɁsáɁtkʷɬp   Morph: n+saɁ•sáɁtkʷɬp. young timber.

sʔpm   water bug. Category: Glott mismatches.

nsaʔpmátkʷ   Morph: nsaʔpmátkʷ ? small crawfish-like creatures; small water-insects that wiggle their tail.

nsaʔpmnítkʷ   Morph: nsaʔpm+nítkʷ. small crawfish-like creatures; small water-insects that wiggle their tail. See Sp ppa-tíʔqs water bug, doodle bug. See: sʔp̓m.

sʔp̓m   water bug. Category: Glott mismatches.

nsaʔp̓mátkʷ   Morph: nsaʔp̓+mátkʷ. water worms.

nsaʔp̓mnátkʷ   Morph: nsaʔp̓+mnátkʷ. water bug.

nsaʔp̓mnítkʷ   Morph: nsaʔp̓+mnítkʷ. water bugs. See: sʔpm.

sʔs   drink.

saʔstímn   Morph: saʔst+ímn. to like to drink; to be an alcoholic; to be a heavy drinker. Sp ss-t-émn he likes to drink, he's an alcoholic.

saʔsaʔstímn   Morph: saʔ•saʔst+imn. to be habitual drinkers; to like to drink.

saʔstíls   Morph: saʔs+tíls. to want to drink.

saʔstmsqáx̌aʔ   Morph: saʔs+t+msqáx̌aʔ. to water animals, stock. Sp ss-t-m-sqáx̌ʔe-m he watered his horse (or cow).

ksaʔstálqʷ   Morph: k+saʔs+tálqʷ. tavern.

snksaʔstálqʷtn   Morph: sn+k+saʔstálqʷ+tn. tavern.

nsaʔstíls   Morph: nsaʔs+tíls. to be thirsty.

nsaʔstmílsmst   Morph: nsaʔs+t+míls+m+st. to make s.o. want to drink.

saʔst̓xítkʷ   Morph: saʔs+t̓xítkʷ. to drink (deer) soup. See: sws. Sp n-sʔo-n-t-és... she drained it dry (by drinking it).

sʔt   river.

saʔtítkʷ   Morph: saʔtítkʷ. river. Sh sətét-kʷe river.

saʔtítaʔkʷ   Morph: saʔtítaʔkʷ. a small river.