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Kahtonankʼahto·nankʼahtó·nanplaceKahtónan: a place north and west of Hiwálmu, across the Wheatfield fork fo the Gualala river
KalleqʰalleqʰálleplaceKalle: a traditional (Southern Pomo) village near Healdsburg, hence a reference to the modern town4.6.7.2City
Kashayakʼahša·yakʼahšá·yanKashaya people; Southwestern Pomo (older term)synwina· ma· bakʰe yacʰmacfʔaca·c cahno
Kashaya languageʔaca·c cahnoʔacaʔ cáhnonIndian language; the Kashaya languageʔa·tʰénʔ to ʔacaʔ cáhno ninetánʔqan badenʔwadú·cedumy mother encourages me when teaching me the Indian languagecfkʼahša·ya
Kashaya peoplewina· ma· bakʰe yacʰmawina· má· bakʰe yacʰmanthe Kashaya peoplesynkʼahša·yacfʔahqʰa yow ʔbakʰe
Katéqaṭʼe·2qaṭʼé·nameKaté
KawachannoqʰawahcannoqʰawáhcannoplaceKawachánno: a place near Las Lomas
Kawásqʰa·wasqʰa·wásnamemischevious monkey-like dwarf creatures who can enter houses at night and hold people hypnotized with paralyzing dreams; they make fun of people but are generally harmlessmu qʰa·wás ido· mu ˉ ʔacaʔ simatáhqawa·duthe Kawás used to make people go to sleepmu ko·kó ʔceʔdo mu qʰa·was pʰéṭʰmaw it was dangerous to razz the Kawáscf*duna·1 14.9.2Supernatural being
keep*yoqʼocyoqʼóʔdial. var.*yoʔqʼoc*yoʔqʼoyi·tacʼpl.*yoqʼoyi·tacʼ*yoqʼoyi·tad*yoʔqʼoyi·tacʼpl. agt.*yoqʼoyi·tacʼ*yoʔqʼoyi·tacʼvkeep, retain, or preserve somethingyoqʼocí·du cilicʼ e· miʔkʰe ma·kinayour car is worth keepingʔacaʔ yaʔ kʰe matʼiléʔya yoqʼoci·nʔthe man is keeping my things for me7.4.5Keep somethingph. v.yoqʼoʔ cad
keep aiming at*pʰiʔdim 2pʰiʔdímʔvkeep aiming at (an animal with a gun or bow and arrow while it approaches within range)
keep away insects*pʰilu·mpʰilu·mfr. var.*pʰili·macʼvswat an insect; whisk away from self (flies); keep (insects) awaypʰilumá·ciswing a stick back and forth (as a weapon)qó·tayʔ pʰili·maʔswat away mosquitos6.4.6Things done to animals7.7.1Hit
keep busy by talking to*bayotʰmabayótʰmawvkeep a group busy by talking to them; call to workkalikákʰ ninetanʔqa· yaʔ tiʔkʰe naṭa yya bayótʰmawthe school teacher is keeping her children (pupils) busy (their attention) by talking to them6.1Work3.5.1.4Speak with others
keep coming, more*duṭʼamduṭʼámʔv(think you’re through) but more and more come to doduʔkʼú· tʼawiʔli, duṭʼámwiye· to maʔal miʔdišI thought I was finished picking these nuts but still lots fall. (perhaps like bees – more and more coming)qʰaboʔ duṭʼamydigging, working, stir up snake nest and they scattersyn*daṭʼam1.6.4.1Animal movement
keep company*hihye·cʰma 1hihyecʰmáwpl.*hiyehcimvkeep someone company; stay with someonesmlf.*hihye·cci
keep eye on*moymamó·mawvkeep an eye on, check on (someone)
keep mouth closed*bilukumcicʼbilukúmciʔvkeep one's mouth closed, especially to cover food while eatingbilukúmci· maʔa bimuci·dueat with your mouth closed!
keep secret*bana·banaw´pl.*banatvkeep secret; not tellbanaci·duwá·dualways keep it secretcf*banac3.2.3.3Secretrefl.dur.*banawi·cʼed
keep track of*hide·d 2hide·du´pl. agt.*hide·cʼvkeep track of, countmu·kinʔ wanʔkʰe tol maci hide·delaI am keeping track of (counting) the days until he comes. (day on which he will (is supposed to) come)
keep track, fail to*hilachiláʔvfail to keep track, counthilácʰwiye· to maʔal béṭʼbuyi dutʼaʔI failed to keep track of what day of the week it isʔama· miyi· hilacʰwiye· toI miscounted
kelpqʰaše·qʰašé·nkelp, kelp rope [?]
kelp ball floatcʼohtocʼohto´nkelp ball float1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
kelp, bullcʰanamacʰanamánkelp, bull kelpNereocystis leutkeama1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
kelp, rockqaye 1qaye´nsea palm, palm seaweed; rock kelpsynbahqayPostelsia palmaeformisn.p.qaye qʰale
kerchief, silkmaska·lamaská·lansilk scarf used to cover the head; silk kerchief5.3Clothingcomp.maska·la kʼaṭa
keroseneʔama· hpʰuyʔama hpʰúynkerosene, (coal) oilSaid to have formerly been used as a medicine.cfmuhtʰi ʔihpʰuy5.5.6Fuel