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bicʼaʔ ciʔdomʔbicʼáʔ ciʔdomʔnthe flower of rhododendron, western azalea, chaparral currant or thimbleberry plant1.5.6Growth of plantsNominal Phrase:bicʼa·ṭ*ciʔdom

bicʼa·ṭbicʼa·ṭ´n1rhododendron, western azaleaRhododendron macrophyllum, rhododendron occidentale (Heath Family)1.5.6Growth of plants2chaparral currant, pink-flowered currantRibes malvaceum, Ribes sanguineum glutinosum1.5.2Bush, shrub3thimbleberry plantRubus parviflorus, Rubus parvifoleus1.5.2Bush, shrubbicʼaʔ qʰawaʔnicomp.bicʼáʔ qʰawaʔnina specific kind of rhododendronbicʼaʔ qʰaleder.bicʼáʔ qʰalenRhododendron, western azalea, chaparral currant or thimbleberry plantbicʼaʔ ciʔdomʔn.p.bicʼáʔ ciʔdomʔnthe flower of rhododendron, western azalea, chaparral currant or thimbleberry plant

*casu·lcasulʔ´vfood drop before ripe because of broken taboo or bad weatherʔama· maṭʰámʔba ʔe· maʔu maʔa wínatow casu·lamthere has been a broken taboo (is why) this food (fruit, nuts) is dropping so much before ripecf*disu·l*musu·l 24.9.5.6.1Taboo1.5.6Growth of plantsPrefixed:ca-*su·l1

cidomʔdocidómʔdonflowers1.5.6Growth of plantsDerivative:*ciʔdom

ciʔdomʔ hiʔbuciʔdómʔ hiʔbunflower bulb (tulip, daffodil, etc.)1.5.6Growth of plantsCompound:*ciʔdomhiʔbuFree Variantciʔdomʔ ʔihqʰoʔ hiʔbu

*copʰo·ccopʰoʔ´1vleaf out, leaf buds to swell and develop (in the spring)copʰóhcimeʔ(to several) bud many leaves!qʰale cópʰocʼba šihpʰa ʔel ṭʼí· cuṭʰélʔtay e· ʔul ~ siṭʰélʔtaythe tree leafed out and the leaves are all spread out alreadycf*pʰuʔlu11.5.6Growth of plants2adjtender (of sprout leafing out)cfbo·tʼlawo·2leʔwepʰuʔwesiʔwe1.5.6Growth of plantsPrefixed:cu-*pʰo·c1Plural*copʰohcicopʰóhciwʔama copʰoʔ meṭcomp.ʔama cópʰoʔ meʔnspringtime, leafing out timecfʔama copʰoʔ mayicfr. var.ʔama· copʰoʔ meṭʔama copʰoʔ mayicn.p.ʔama cópʰoʔ mayiʔnhay fever; an allergy to spring blossomingcfʔama copʰoʔ meṭ

*cubušcubúš1vsproutciʔdómʔ ʔa bácʰqayam ʔkʰe ʔul cubušqʰthe flowers I planted for myself have sprouted nowcubušísprout!cubušá·dadukeep sprouting a little bigger every dayciʔdómti·yihe cutušyit is budding (flower hidden), ready to bloomʔilasú cutušmaw e· mito–ʔilamo ltowsnot is sticking out from your nostrilqʰama pʰíʔkʼo mito cú·ki duwal cutušmawyour ankle ball is sticking out through your sockssyn*butʼuc*cutuš2nsprout, shootbaʔcʼowá cubuš bimuyicʼemˇangelica shoots are eaten1.5.6Growth of plantsPrefixed:cu-*bušPlural*cubuhši

*cuṭʰe·lcuṭʰelʔ´v(something to) spread from a point of attachment, as of leaves on a treeqʰale cópʰocʼba šihpʰa ʔel ṭʼí· cuṭʰélʔtay e· ʔul ~ siṭʰélʔtaythe tree leafed out and the leaves are all spread out alreadyšihpʰa ʔem cuṭʰélʔtawthe leaves spread out (as they grew)7.5.1.1Separate, scatter1.5.6Growth of plants/cuṭʰehli/ plural stem when suffixedPrefixed:cu-*ṭʰe·lPlural*cuṭʰelʔtacuṭʰélʔtawcu·ṭʰelṭʰetempl.cu·ṭʰélṭʰeadj-ideospread out, flaredcfcu·ṭʰešṭʰeše

cʰala·mʔ wihlamʔcʰalamʔ wíhlamʔnsomething that comes out of ground (with no or few leaves) but in vertical shoots, like a wild sunflower1.5.6Growth of plantsCompound:cʰala·mʔ*wihlam

leʔṭʰeleʔṭʰe´adjspreading (of horns or branches); wide, fat (of person)8.2.3.2Fat person1.5.6Growth of plants

maʔa sʼakʰelmaʔa sʼákʰelnunripe vegetable or fruitcfmaʔa sʼamoṭmaʔa sʼic5.2Food1.5.6Growth of plantsNominal Phrase:maʔasʼakʰel

maʔa sʼicmaʔa sʼíʔnripe foodmaʔa sʼícʼ e· muit's ripe foodcfmaʔa sʼakʰelmaʔa sʼamoṭ5.2Food1.5.6Growth of plantsNominal Phrase:maʔa*ʔsʼic

*muṭʰe·lmuṭʰelʔ´vspread from point of attachment, such as blossoming of a flower or flaring, expanding the nostrilsʔilamo mito muṭʰelqay e· mayou just expanded your nostrilmito ʔilamó muṭʰélqaʔbe· ma ˇcan you flare your nostrils?7.5.1.1Separate, scatter1.5.6Growth of plants/muṭʰehli/ plural stem when suffixedPrefixed:mu-*ṭʰe·lPlural*muṭʰelʔtamuṭʰélʔtaw

qʰabanhayqʰabánhayndriftwood piled on a beachsynqʰabahlaw1.5.6Growth of plantsCompound:ʔahqʰa*banʔahay

semi·yasemí·yasemi·ya´nseed of any kind, as something to be planted rather than eatensemi·ya tʰín e· muthat is not a seedcfʔiso· 11.5.6Growth of plants

sʼakʰelsʼakʰél1adjgreen (plant: fruit, vegetable, wood), very immaturemaʔa sʼákʰelgreen (immature) vegetable or fruitsʼakʰeliqʰit's greenʔahá· sʼakʰelgreen woodcfsʼamoṭsʼaqʰa·la8.4.6.5.1Young1.5.6Growth of plants2nChristmas (tree): may occur alone or with "tree"1.5.1Tree4.2.9Holidayn.p.maʔa sʼakʰelunripe vegetable or fruitsʼakʰel pʰatʼeʔ meṭChristmas Day

sʼamoṭsʼamóʔadjgreen, immature, unripesʼamoṭʼ ayD: Pluralʔacaʔ sʼamoʔimmature mansʼamoṭʼ insʼe· muit seems to be unripecfsʼakʰel 1sʼaqʰa·la4.3.1.3.1Immature in behavior1.5.6Growth of plantsmaʔa sʼamoṭcomp.maʔa sʼámoʔnunripe vegetable or fruitcfmaʔa sʼakʰelmaʔa sʼicyiho·l sʼamoṭcomp.yihó·l sʼamoʔnstring beans, green beans

*ʔsʼicsʼíʔ1vripenʔaná· sʼiʔ wa·yi ˇ. Before they get too ripe.cf*sʼi·cʼ21.5.6Growth of plants2adjripemaʔá ʔsʼiʔripe fruitsʼíʔ tʰin e· muit's not ripe1.5.6Growth of plantsPlural*sʼihci3-maʔa sʼicn.p.maʔa sʼíʔnripe foodcfmaʔa sʼakʰelmaʔa sʼamoṭ