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sadlihahtaadjNihkirhipush 'atashtuk'ɔhɔ,Hahpushinisarahchi lihahta.When she could't go to the dance, Cinderella was sad. Hilahalani lihahta pokatihchi, wahakati histahahki. When she sees sad movies, she always cries.
sad, to bep'ɛshav.st
saddle blanketsat'ɛtachehkinin
saddle, tochehkiv.II.tr
sailorheritashihpinColumbinehchi heritashihpihchi lap'ᴐhᴐ. Wishi hayihta 'ata, yashiti.Columbine is not a good sailor. When she goes on water, she gets sick.Tawishit'ɛ hayihta heritashihpisɛma namu yoyani yakata.Many sailors work on the Mississippi River.
salamanderwater salamanderushan
saltnhahchun
salt meattishumayahkunTishumayahku sakutahch, wishi namu kᴐra sihkwana. After they ate salt meat, they wanted to drink a lot of water.
salt waterwishihahchunHɛ'ɛsh Wish'ɛna Peigneur wishihahchu uhk'ara.Today Lake Peigneur has salt water. Yanɛra wishihahchu.The ocean is saltwater. Ingras'ashuhkihch Rheahchi tamakuwista wishihahchu yakati.At Christmas time, Rhea makes saltwater taffy.
salute, toheniv.I.tr
sandnhahchun
sap (of tree)lihchahtanYusawa uhklihchahta wista.The sap of the Southern sugar maple is sweet.
sarsparilla vinelɔpatɛranHinyatihch kaku talɔpatɛraku 'usakuw'ihc uwi ya'an uhkpiratik'ahchani.He who would eat of the wild sarsaparilla would turn into a deer.Calibanku lɔpatɛraku ɔshka wishiriyuhta mashuwan uhkmewi.Caliban looked for sarsaparilla root to make beer.Deer are fond of eating this vine. In fact, it is the eating of lɔpatԑra that causes the One Above to differentiate deer from humans.Aralia Nudicaulis
sarsparilla, wildlɔpatɛranHinyatihch kaku talɔpatɛraku 'usakuw'ihc uwi ya'an uhkpiratik'ahchani.He who would eat of the wild sarsaparilla would turn into a deer.Calibanku lɔpatɛraku ɔshka wishiriyuhta mashuwan uhkmewi.Caliban looked for sarsaparilla root to make beer.Deer are fond of eating this vine. In fact, it is the eating of lɔpatԑra that causes the One Above to differentiate deer from humans.Aralia Nudicaulis
sassafrasrɔwashinWantaha wishiriyuhtaᴐshkaku mashuwan, tonisɛma rᴐwashiku marikata.Long ago to make root beer, people would pick sassafras.
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saucy, to beshtamar'ɛhɛv.st
save (as a computer file), toyayiv.II.trTini 'uwa tirishi, Delcoku uhkyoyani yayiwi. Delco saved his work before going to dinner.
save, toyayiv.II.tr'Ɔkanishiku ɔhɔyahchi yay'uta. Wishi tihkwach'uta.The boy saved his sister. He pulled her out of the water. This verb can also be Class I, but Class II is the preferred form.to be savedyayiv.I.intr
sawrihkutahɛsaninIngras'ashuhki uhkrihk wakawan, urihku kichu 'atashi. Rihkutahɛsaniku chuyakata.They went to the woods to fell a Christmas tree. They took a saw. Rihkupasaku hɛsawan, Pascalku yawi, hishkan uhkwɛlawi ley'ɔhɔ.Pascal tried to saw the plank, but he didn't cut it straight.rihkutapohtunPerryku uhkrihkutapohtuku uni nam'ɛhɛ 'arawi.Perry's saw doesn't have many teeth.Rihkɔra ɔshkatɛrashkisinima rahcha. Tohkuhch hɛrihkutapohtuku tapitan, kashkutohku hɛku ɔshkatɛrashkiku pohtutanman!The table's legs are uneven. Please take this saw and cut a little off this leg!crosscut sawtahɛsaninsmall sawtahɛsantohkun
saw, tohɛsav.II.trThis verb can also be Class I but Class II is the preferred form.
saw-horsesat'ɛhɛsanin
say, toniv.I"Ihkshihk'itan!" niwi."Help me!" he said.A conjugated form of "ni" always follows direct quotes.