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tablelame·salamé·santable5.1.1.1Tablecomp.lame·sa qahcacomp.lame·sa qʼoʔocomp.qahcacomp.qahca
table forkmaʔa paceʔlimaʔa páceʔlintable fork5.2.2.8Eating utensil
table knifelame·sa qahcalamé·sa qahcantable knife5.2.2.8Eating utensil
table, foldingšusʼuyahpʰi dasʼi·cʼišusʼuyáhpʰi dasʼi·cʼifr. var.dasʼuyahpʰi dasʼi·cʼišusʼiyahpʰi dasʼi·cʼinfolding tablecf*dasʼuy*šusʼiy5.1.1.1Table
tabooko·ko 1ko·ko´adjtaboo, forbiddenweya kó·koforbidden spirits, devilʔama· kó·ko ma ʔdu·ciʔ tʰinyou don't know the taboo4.9.5.6.1Tabooid.ko·ko ṭa
taboo, broken cause food to drop before ripe*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 plants
taboo, cure sickness from breaking*dasu·l1 1dasulʔ´vcure someone of /matʰamʔ/ sickness from breaking taboo (for example, a baby crippled or hurt when a parent breaks taboo), by using herbs and singing; can also be used to prevent sickness from arisingdasu·liuse herbs while singing to cure /matʰamʔ/!šina· dasú·liʔte· ʔaI'm going to cure my headachecf*dusu·l 2*qašo·hqa*sihṭʰinh*sikel 1matʰamʔ2.5.7Treat disease
tadpolekotolokotolóntadpolecfhayʔko1.6.1.4Amphibian
taffeta*hiša·m 2hišamʔ´pl.*hišamatntaffeta6.6.1.1Clothn.p.taqʰma hišamʔ
taffeta dresstaqʰma hišamʔtaqʰma híšamʔntaffeta dress5.3.2Women's clothing
tailhiba·hiba·´ntailhayu híba·dog’s tailsʼihta híba·bird’s tailqʰabóʔ hiba·snaketailcfha·ba1.6.2Parts of an animalcomp.abs.hiba· duʔliʔliwn.p.qʰa·mosʼ hiba· qʼo
tail bonehiba· duʔliʔliwhiba· dúʔliʔliwntail bone, last bone in the spine1.6.2Parts of an animal
tail lightsyuʔdul qʰayamʔ ʔohoyuʔdúl qʰayamʔ ʔohonautomobile lights; headlights (or tail lights) on carsynma·kina ʔoho7.2.4.1.1Vehicle8.3.3.1.1Light sourceoldfash
tail, poisonoussiwisiwi´npoisonous tail2.5.3.2Poison1.6.2Parts of an animalcomp.cʰasiwicomp.muhtʰi siwi
take (medicine)*maʔa·cmaʔaʔ´vput one thing in the mouth; take medicine or a pill by mouthmaʔa·ciput it in your mouth!wenu máʔaʔli sahqayʔ(the pain) stopped when I took medicine
take (nonlong)*dihcidihcíwv-hndpick up or take a nonlong object, such as a rockdihcitʰúʔdon’t pick it up!ʔama tól dihciwto take from the groundkʰe cʰikʼisa·du wi dihcibiwhe took my pencil (without asking)cf*baʔa·c*dibic 1*šaʔa7.3.4.2Pick updir.*dihcibicrefl.*dihciyicʼ
take (nonlong) away*did 1didúv-hndcarry a nonlong object along (in one direction); take a nonlong object awayduhwítʰciba ʔul diduhaving selected (an oak ball), he took itku cápa ʔe· ʔa kalikakʰ dinʔwadúI've been carrying the book around for one week7.3.1Carry7.3.3Take somewhere
take (sev. nonlong) away*dihtad 1díhtaduv-hndcarry several nonlong objects along (in one direction)7.3.1Carry7.3.3Take somewhere
take after*mayimayíwvbe like, take after someone; resemble because of a genetic relationshipmito máyiw e· mu naṭa qʼoʔdi ʔemthat child is good because he takes after you (after his brother)4.1.9.8Family, clan8.3.5.2.2Like, similar
take back (nonlong) pull back (nonlong)*diccicʼdícciʔdíhciʔv-hndpull back one's hand suddenly, holding a round or other nonlong object, for example after making a motion to hand it to someonedihcicʼbiwhe took it backcf*beccicʼ*ʔdoccicʼ
take drinks frequently*sipʰo·sipʰow´vIdiom: to take frequent drinks (of water)ʔahqʰa síhpʰo·wamtake frequent drinks of watersipʰotake frequent drinks of water!2.5Healthy5.2.2.7Drink
take mouthful*bilibilíwpl.*bilita*bilitadveat (mush); take mouthful; put something in mouth with spoonṭʰoʔo bílieat the mush!ʔul maʔa hitʼéʔli ʔul ˆ tiyá·coʔkʰe ló·ška ˉ noʔqʼóʔqʼaṭa ʔúl ʔqan ʔṭʼo ˉ milu· bílitaʔ mul ṭʰóʔo ˆ. When the food was ready, they took their spoons – in the early days mussel shells – and ate the mush with that.5.2.2Eatsmlf.*bilic
take off fasthuʔuy duṭʼaqvin an instant, to take off fast (to do something they really like)huʔú· duṭʼaʔ mo·biʔhe ran off in an instant, as soon as permission was given (it didn’t take much to get him going)7.2.1.2Move quickly
take out*cʰila·qocʼcʰila·qóʔvtake something out of something else by removing it in an upwards direction or picking it up in an unspecified mannerʔoho báhṭʰe bámaba, maʔu ʔúl qʰaʔbe cʼihwínʔli, cʰila·qóʔHaving built a big fire, when the rocks got red hot, they took them out7.3.4.2Pick up*šadaq 1šadáʔvtake out in straight motion [?]n.p.ʔama šadaq*šadaqacšadaqáʔvtake out