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cʰacʰiʔbulamʔcʰacʰíʔbulamʔAphesis ofʔicʰa cʰiʔbulamʔspider web
cʰada·ṭcʰadaʔ´adjrough (of skin), coarse, not smoothcʰadaṭʼ é· muit's roughsʼiʔda cʰádaʔrough, chapped skin from being in the water or sunqʰaʔbe cʰádaʔrough stone like a grindstone, not perfectly smooth
*cʰahqacʰahqáwv1cause to grab, snare or trap, catch something in a snare, trap, or strainersu·le wí cʰahqawtrap with a net!ʔicʰa· cʰahqayícʼqaʔ tiʔkʰe su·lewithe spider caught itself in its own web2strainpʰala cʰáhqawstrain againcʰahqastrain one!cʰátʰqastrain several!Causative of*cʰa·2
*cʰahtimacʼcʰáhtimaʔPlural of*hcʰamacʼbe step-parent tolie down with
cʰalcʰálmim-inanSound made by liquid running through or out of a constriction, for example, water through a screen or from a sprinkler nozzle or strongly from a faucetOccurs only in iterative form cʰalal(al)(al).
cʰalacʰala´mim-inanswoosh
*cʰala1-1vobject to be making sound of cʰalal2v-instr(woman, not man) be urinating3v-instrbear to be feedingonly occurs with R*cʰalacʰalafreq.v-redobject to be making the sound of cʰalal (noise of water through opening); (woman, not man) to be urinating; also said of bear feeding
*cʰala2cʰaláwvsound made by liquid coming out of narrow opening
*cʰalacʰalacʰalacʰálawv-redobject to be making the sound of cʰalal (noise of water through opening); (woman, not man) to be urinating; also said of bear feedingFrequentative of*cʰala1
cʰalalcʰalálmim-inansound of water through narrow opening
cʰala·mʔcʰalamʔ´n1wyethia, mule earsWyethia glabra (Sunflower Family)1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2wild sunflowerWyethia angustifolia (Sunflower Family)1.5.3Grass, herb, vinecʰala·mʔ wihlamʔcomp.nsomething that comes out of ground (with no or few leaves) but in vertical shoots, like a wild sunflower
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
*cʰamacʼcʰamáʔ1vbe step-parent, take child in; usually means adopt, but also crawl in withqʰaboʔ yaʔ to cʰamacʼqʰ(camping out) A snake has crawled in with meʔo·cʰi₁ to₂ qʰaboʔ₃ yáʔ₄ cʰamacʼkʰeʔ₅(Someone says sleep out there, I say·) "Oh, gee, a snake will come in with me."cʰamá·cʼedu take child incʰamá·cʼiʔbahe could take the child in2nadopted relative?3vcrawl in with
cʰanamacʰanamánkelp, bull kelpNereocystis leutkeama1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
cʰasiwicʰasíwinscorpionCompound:ʔicʰa·siwi
*cʰat1-Plural of*hcʰa2fall over
*cʰat2cʰáʔPlural of*hcʰa5fall over
*cʰat3Unspecified Variant of*cʰa·2be caught tightly
*cʰat4-Plural of*cʰa·1grab
*cʰatʰmacʰatʰmáwPlural of*hcʰamfall onto
*cʰatʰqacʰatʰqáwvtrapCausative of*cʰat1
*cʰawicʰawíwvswarm; be bunched up together, like bees, snakespʰala cʰáwiwto swarm againcʰawitʰúmeʔdon’t swarm! (to several)cʰawicí·duD: AbsolutivecʰawiwácʼmeʔD: Plural Imperative (to several groups)cadúʔba ma kawa·yu qʼácʰmamucʼqa· li ʔacacʼ em ʔihmi cóʔo cʰawiwyou should see the people at the horse races, swarming like beesPlural*cʰawitadcʰawi·liinstr.nnest (of snakes, ants, bears if there are many)
*cʰawitadPlural of*cʰawiswarm
cʰawi·licʰawí·linnest (of snakes, ants, bears if there are many)biʔkʼas cʰawi·liant nest1.6.5Animal homeInstrumental of*cʰawi
cʰayniman ʔohsocʰáyniman ʔohsonwatercress1.5.3Grass, herb, vineCompound:ʔohso