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waeave a basket*cʰiʔbucʰiʔbúwpl.*cʰibut1vweave a basket; knit, embroider, crochet, do needleworkwayáʔ cʰiʔbuwmake a netcʰiʔbú· mulʔcoiling around; stick that is coiled aroundcʰiṭu· cʰiʔbuwto coil (a basket)comp.cʰiʔbukʰlan
waft*cušu·lcušulʔ´pl.*cušula·tadvsmoke to come out (of pipe); air or odor waft, driftcušu·liD: ImperativecušulmameʔD: Plural Imperativecušulá·taduD: Durativecušúlcušulʔto puff out and outpišudu mihšewe· ʔimolto·ṭʰóʔ cušulcibait smelled bad when the foul odor came (drifted) out of the holesyn*coqʼo·ṭcf*cusʼu·l
wag (tail)*šuli·tšuliʔ´pl.*šuli·tʰmavwave (in circle) small piece of cloth (handkerchief); wag tailšulitʰmawto wave several handkerchiefspa·nu šuliʔto wave handkerchief around in circlecf*šuʔliʔli
wag finger*dukʼildukʼildukʼíldukʼilʔv-redpoint repeatedly with the finger; wag the finger
wagonkare·takare·ta´nwagon, truck7.2.4.1.1Vehiclecomp.kare·ta šaʔcʰacomp.ʔoho kare·ta
wagon, pull along in*šukʰe·dšukʰe·du´pl.*šukʰehtadvpull something along; move something along by pulling it, such as with a wagonkare·ta šúkʰenʔwaʔti ʔe· ʔaI'm going to pull the wagon aroundkare·ta wi be·li cúkʰe·du~šukʰe·dubring here in a wagonsyn*cukʰe·dcf*šukʰe·n 17.3.2.8Pull
Wahkawahqʰawahqʰa´placeWahka: a place where people lived just south of Where Scallops Lie
wainingqʰaʔcʼiqʰaʔcʼi´adjfailing, dying, thin, waningheʔe qʰáʔcʼiscattered hair, thinning hairqʰale qʰáʔcʼidying tree, tree with few limbsmaʔa qʰáʔcʼi+ [meager food?]ciʔdómʔ miʔkʰe qʰaʔcʼi cicʼqʰyour flowers are failing
waistkʼiwilikʼiwilínwaist
wait ready to attack*duʔdim 2duʔdímʔvwait and watch while ready to attackkú·ška yaʔ sʼihta dúʔdimʔthe cat is waiting to attack the bird (when it comes out)
wait ready to attack, (sev.)*duhsam 2duhsámʔvseveral wait and watch while ready to attackkú·ška yaʔ sʼihta dúhsamʔseveral cats are waiting to attack the bird
waitresskusine·rukusiné·rufr. var.kusine·rincook, chef; waitresscfkusi·namaʔa dutʼata·du yac
wake up*dawaydawáyʔpl.*dawayʔtavawaken someone (?with the hand, by touching or shaking)dawayi mu·kito ʔwake him up!cf*wayicʼqa5.7.3Wake up7.3.4.1Touch
wake up (open eyes from sleep)*piṭi·šmapiṭišmáwvopen eyes wide, make eyes wider; be sitting with eyes open on ground or anywhere; open closed eyespiṭiša·duwá·dulook around with wide-open eyescf*piṭoš5.7.3Wake up2.1.1.1Eyetempl.pi·ṭišṭiši
wake up by biting*qawayqawáyʔpl.*qawayʔtavawaken with the teeth, by biting (as fleas do)qawayiwake him up by biting!5.7.3Wake up5.2.2.1Bite, chew
wake up by falling or dropping*diwaydiwáyʔpl.*diwayʔtavawaken by falling, by dropping a heavy weightdiwayiʔto wake oneself up by falling (out of bed)5.7.3Wake up7.2.2.5.1Fall
wake up by kicking*miwaymiwáyʔpl.*miwayʔtavawaken someone by kicking, using toesmácʰpʰi mul ʔacaʔ sima míṭiwal miwayí minemʔpʰi ʔgo in and awaken that man lying asleep, kicking himsyn*haway5.7.3Wake up7.7.3Kick
wake up by kicking or swinging*hawayhawáyʔpl.*hawayʔtavawaken by kicking or swingingsyn*miway5.7.3Wake up7.7.3Kick
wake up by self*wayicʼwayíʔpl.*wayʔtacʼvwake up by oneself, without any external causemuʔsʼaṭaʔ wayicʼba to šahku tiletʼílewwhen my numb leg woke up, it tingledbute· ma wáyicʼwaˇwhen did you wake up ?syn*qa·macʼcf*wa·c=ʔwa·yi 45.7.3Wake upcaus.*wayicʼqa
wake up by talking or snoring*bawaybawáyʔpl.*bawayʔtavwake by talking or snoringmiqʰoṭʼba bawayiʔto snore and wake oneself upcf*baʔbaʔba5.7.3Wake up3.5.1Say
wake up by throwing water*siwaysiwáyʔpl.*siwayʔtavawaken by throwing waterʔahqʰa wi siwá·qawake him up with water!5.7.3Wake up1.3Water
wake up by touching with foot*mawaymawáyʔpl.*mawayʔtavawaken by touching or shaking with the sole of the footmawayiwake him up with a foot!5.7.3Wake up7.3.4.1Touch
wake up from poking*cʰiwaycʰiwáyʔpl.*cʰiwayʔtavawaken, by holding a small part of a larger object, e.g. by hitting or poking with a stick or feathercʰiwayiwake him up by poking with a stick!ʔihṭʰe wí cʰiwayʔto awaken someone with a feather5.7.3Wake up7.7.1Hit
wake up someone*wayicʼqawayícʼqawvwake (someone) up, without any specific meanswayícʼqawiye· to· mayou woke me upcf*daway5.7.3Wake up
walk and hold*cuye·dcuye·du´pl.*cuyehtadvwalk along while holding something with a round object or with the front endkawa·yu yácʰma ʔamal kare·ta ʔel cuyé·cʼthe horses were going down holding the wagon back from running awaycf*cukʰe·d7.3.4.4Hold7.2.1.1Walk