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ṭʰ ṭʰ ṭʰ ṭʰṭʰ ṭʰ ṭʰ ṭʰmim-animsound of snakeṭʰ ṭʰ ṭʰ ṭʰ ...sound of snake
*ṭʰabaducṭʰabadúʔvbe away, absent*ṭʰaʔbabe-aducfar
*ṭʰabahtalaṭʰabáhtalaPlural Movement of*ṭʰaba·laslop down
ṭʰabaṭʰe· wiṭʰabaṭʰé· wiplaceMuch Gravel: a place just south of Horshoe Pt.ʔaṭʰa·gravelbaṭʰe·many lot=wiat in with, by (INSTR) in order to
*ṭʰaba·cʼPlural Agent of*ṭʰaba·dbe injured injury
*ṭʰaba·cʼicʰqaṭʰaba·cʼícʰqawPlural Agent of*ṭʰaba·ducʰqacause not to be here ridicule
*ṭʰaba·cʼqaPlural Agent of*ṭʰaba·nʔqahurt, injure
*ṭʰaba·dṭʰaba·dú1vbe injured, be hurtmá·kina cuʔṭumúʔ cunemmucʼba ṭʰaba·dutʰinthe cars hit e.o. at e.o.’s edge without getting hurtmaʔu ʔacaʔ dukʼenqʰmaʔu ʔacaʔ ṭʰaba·duthat man got hurtheʔbeṭi wanʔwadu·li ʔdo ṭa mul ṭʰaba·duin what type place do they say he got hurt, while walking around ?mu·kito kastiká·rba, ṭʰaba·duhe got hurt through his own faultšina· ṭʰabánʔbina šina· pʰakʼí·maʔcawhe must have got hurt on the head, he's sitting with a bandage around his headkʰe qahṭʰinʔ šahku ṭʰabá·nʔmy friend's leg is injuredṭʰaba·du ʔul buṭaqá ʔelThe bear was wounded.ṭʰaba·du tʰin he· šulamʔ tʼa·du tʰin calúhqawe to ʔ qʰálleWithout injury, without illness, let me arrive – at Kálle.Synonym*dukʼe·nget hurt2ninjuryPlural Agent*ṭʰaba·cʼOnly occurs with the Durative
*ṭʰaba·ducṭʰaba·dúʔv1come to be in a distant place, not be here anymoreʔihcʰe díhye·ba, ṭʰaba·du·ywhen the rain stopped falling, it was not here anymore2stretch out, extend into the distanceCausative*ṭʰaba·ducʰqacause not to be here ridicule*ṭʰaʔbabe-aducfar
*ṭʰaba·ducʰqaṭʰaba·dúcʰqawv1cause not to be here; fail at doing somethingṭʰaba·dúcʰqa mu·kinʔkʰe ʔmake way for him!2ridicule, show disrepect toward (someone)Plural Agent*ṭʰaba·cʼicʰqa*ṭʰaba·ducnot here anymore stretch out
*ṭʰaba·laṭʰaba·láwv(land) slope downwardʔama· ṭʰabála·we· haʔuthere's the sloping landPlural Movement*ṭʰabahtala*ṭʰaʔbabe-aladown INCEP
*ṭʰaba·nʔqavhurt, injurePlural Agent*ṭʰaba·cʼqa
ṭʰaco·yaṭʰacó·yansmall personal possessions (needles, kitchenware – not clothes, nor car)Comparematʼile·yapossessions
*ṭʰahqaṭʰahqáw1vplay (a game), have fun, play (as a child plays)bu·bú·muʔ ṭʰahqaplay the acorn game!yowál cohto ṭʰahqaʔkʰehe will play with the same group as beforeku·yí ʔyowe· ya ʔahqʰa mála· ṭʰahqawem pʰiʔtʼan hahse qʰámʔli ʔacaʔ dáhkomʔ yal cadunonce while we were playing by the river, suddenly in the brush a man was crouched watching uspʰiʔkʼoṭʰahqati ʔacaʔ qamúʔte· yalet's take turns choosing people to play ballqawí ·ya ʔin iyowe· ya qʰaṭʰa· wi pʰilacʼwacʼin, qʰaše· šuwí· ṭʰahqaye ʔwhen we were little ones, we used to go around (on the beach) and play, twirling kelp rope (hanging, swinging, twirling)mi· yowé· mu ṭʰahqaci·duthere's where he used to playcaqʰáhyala· ṭʰahqawto slide, playingṭʰahqawá·duwaʔtʰuʔdon't joke around all the time!John tiʔkʰe hayu hihqʰobotʼbiw–ṭʰahqamuʔtiJohn nudged his dog (with his shoulder) to play with himpʰiʔkʼo ṭʰahqaba ya mayal cuʔkʼuywe played ball and we beat you4.2.7Play, funCompare*hqamplay gameʔahqagame2ngame, amusement, funkobicʼíʔci ṭʰahqawpinching gameṭʰahqá· šihcimaʔnickname, play name bestowed by one’s playmates4.2.6.1GameCompoundʔama· ṭʰahqa· meʔplaytimeNominal Phrasemokʰoʔ ṭʰahqawgame of throwing stone through rolling hooppʰiʔkʼopʰikʼoʔ ṭʰahqasev. play ball baseballPhrasal Verbpʰiʔkʼo ṭʰahqaplay ballʔama· ṭʰahqaplay game games, fun; plaything program
ṭʰaliṭʰali´adjclear, transparent, bright (light)hu ṭʰali ʔyes, that's clearṭʰalí yyaD: Pluralṭʰali tʰinnot clearwenta·na ṭʰalitransparent windowqaliqʰáʔbe ṭʰaliclear sky (can see through it)cahno ṭʰáliclear easy breath (feeling healthy, unwounded)8.3.3.1.2Bright2.3.1.6TransparentCompare*ṭʰa·lbe brightqali1clearCompoundʔahqʰa ṭʰaliclear, transparent waterVerbalizationṭʰalim(water) become clear
ṭʰalila·tamPlural ofṭʰalim(water) become clear
ṭʰalimṭʰalímʔvbecome clear (of water)ṭʰalimy(the water) clearedPluralṭʰalila·tamṭʰaliclear-ambecome become
ṭʰap ṭʰapṭʰap ṭʰápntup tup bread, pancake-like bread shaped in hands; tortilla5.2.3.4Prepared foodComparetolti·ya 1tortillaṭʰapʰslapping sound
ṭʰapʰṭʰápʰmim-inanslapping soundṭʰáp ṭʰapnoise of slappiong hands togetherCompare*diwaṭʰsmash by dropping somethingṭʼapʼsound of hittingṭilresonant sound of thudDerivativeṭʰap ṭʰaptortilla
*ṭʰat-Plural of*hṭʰa2unloose
*ṭʰaṭ-vbreak openSynonym*cʼuqʼa·ṭ??*qʼaʔqʼaṭrepeatedly scrapeqʼaṭʰaṭʰcracking soundNominal Phrase*cawikʰ qaṭʰaṭʰqa·litool for prying nails outPrefixed*baṭʰaṭbreak open with mouth*daṭʰaṭbreak open with hand*diṭʰaṭfall and break open*hiṭʰaṭbreak open with body*maṭʰaṭbreak open with foot*muṭʰaṭbreak open with fire, by throwing*paṭʰaṭbreak open with fist*piṭʰaṭbreak open with an axe*qaṭʰaṭpry out with tool
ṭʰayaṭʰaya´adjraspy, strident (of voice)3.5.1.1VoiceCompare*ṭʰayabe of strident voiceVerbalization*ṭʰayabe of strident voice
*ṭʰayaṭʰayáwvbe of strident voiceCompareṭʰayaraspyoccurs with RFrequentative*ṭʰayaṭʰayakeep sounding raspy while talkingṭʰayaraspy
*ṭʰayaṭʰayaṭʰayaṭʰáyawvkeep sounding raspy while talkingSynonym*bakʰu·lbe rough voiced*ṭʰayabe of strident voice
*ṭʰaʔ-n-kinhusband or wife depending on suffixFirst person possessorṭʰaʔkinʔ1.Poss husbandṭʰaʔmenʔ1.Poss wife