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Shaahnaa' teehs'isk'an yaa'nii, too'aah-bang. Creek / in water he made a fire / they say / for dew. He made a fire in the creeks for dew, they say. caH.na' teH.s'us.k'An ya'.nii too.aH.buN
Shaahnaa'-taah lhteemin' yaa'nii. Creeks / were full / they say. The creeks were full, they say. caH.na'.taH L.te.mun' ya'.nii
Uuyaashtc shaahnaa' tc'tghilhtalh yaa'nii. Small / creeks / he made with his foot / they say. He made small creeks with his foot, they say. uu.yacts caH.na' ts't.guL.tAL ya'.nii
Shaahnaa' tc'ghilhtciilh yaa'nii. Creeks / he made along / they say. He made creeks, they say. caH.na' tc'.guL.tciiL ya'.nii
Shaahnaa'-taah tc'teeghilhtalh yaa'nii. Creeks / he dragged his foot / they say. He dragged his foot (to make) creeks, they say. caH.na'.taH ts't.te.guL.tAL ya'.nii
Shaahnaa' tc'ghilhtciilh yaa'nii. Creeks / he made along / they say. He made creeks along, they say. caH.na' tc'guL.tciiL ya'.nii
Too shaahnaa' taaghiinan yaa'nii. Water, / creek / he drank / they say. He drank creek water, they say. too caH.na' ta.gii.nAn ya'.nii
Shaahnaa' nee' naa'aanghilhtalh yaa'nii. Creeks, / ground / he dragged his foot / they say. He dragged his foot on the ground (to make) creeks, they say. caH.na' ne' na.an.guL.tAL ya'.nii
---- Dilaantc taaghilhghaal' yaa'nii, shaahnaa'. ---- Salamander / he threw in water / they say, / creeks. ---- He threw salamanders in the water, into creeks, they say. ---- dul.lantc ta.guL.gal ya'.nii caH.na'
"Bee'liing naadilh-banjaa' dii kwot," tc'in yaa'nii. "Eels / will come / this / creek," / he said / they say. "Eels will come in this creek," he said, they say. be.liN na.duL.bun.dja' dii kwoot tc'in ya'.nii
"Daahtc'aahaal, gees, shaahnaa' dii-bii' gees hiiheendilh-banjaa'," tc'in yaa'nii. "Hook-bill, / black salmon, / creek / this in / black salmon / will come in," / he said / they say. "Hook-bill, black salmon, black salmon will come into this creek," he said, they say. da.tca'.hal ges caH.na' dii.bii' ges hii.hen.duL.bun.dja' tc'in ya'.nii
"Too nchaah-bang," tc'in yaa'nii, "shaahnaa'." "Water / will be big," / he said / they say, / "creek." "The water will be big in the creek," he said, they say. too n.tcaH.bun tc'in ya'.nii caH.na'
"Dii kwot wan-t'aa' uuyaashtc shaahnaa' toonai hiiheendilh-banjaa'," tc'in yaa'nii. "This / stream / some / small / creek / fish / will go in," / he said, they say. "Fish will go into some of these small streams and creeks," he said, they say. dii kwoot wan.t'a' oo.yacts caH.na' too.nai hii.hen.duL.bun.dja' tc'in ya'.nii
"Lhoo'yaashgaitc lhaan-manjaa', lhoo'yaash lhaan-man-jaa' dii kwot. "Trout / will be many, / suckers / will be many / this creek. "There will be many trout and many suckers in this stream. Loo.yac.gaits La.mun.dja' Loo.yac La.mun.dja' dii kwoot
Toonai naasdeel-eekwaanaang shaahnaa'-taah. Fish / had become / creeks in. There had come to be fish in the creeks. too.nai nas.dee.lee.kwa.naN caH.na'.taH
"Toolhshin'kwot hai kw'it-taah kandin-ee yiiyee dii nees'inding yeeh s'aan-ee," tc'in yaa'nii. "Black water creek / this / country / close / there / this / far / house / stands," / he said / they say. "This Black Water Creek country is close over there where that house is standing far off," he said, they say. too.L.cun'.kwoot hai k'wut.taH kun.dun.ne yii.ye dii nes.un.duN ye s'a.ne tc'in ya'.nii
Kwonteelhtcbii' haibaan-haa' nainan'ang yaa'nii. "Valley small" / the other side / the took it across / they say. They took it across to Little Valley and the other side of the creek, they say kwun.teLts.bii' hai.ban.ha' nai.nun.'AN ya'.nii
Hainak'aa' Seetaahding yeeghiinai' yaa'nii. South along / Rock creek / they went in / they say. They went in south along Rock Creek, they say. hai.nuk.k'a' se.taH.duN ye.gii.nai' ya'.nii
Shaahnaa'-yaashtc naa'inghilh'aa'-kwan yaa'nii. Creek little / he had made a weir / they say. He had made a weir in a little creek, they say. caH.na'.yacts na.un.guL.'a'.kwAn ya'.nii
---- Shaahnaa' kwitc'ghinyai-kwan yaa'nii. ---- Creek / he had gone down to / they say. ---- He had gone down to a creek, they say. ---- caH.na' kwuts.gun.yai.kwAn ya'.nii
Neesding yoo'oong shaahnaa' nchaagh naaninyaa-kwan yaa'nii. Far / over there / creek / large / he had crossed / they say. He had crossed a large creek far over there, they say. nes.duN yoo.ooN caH.na' n.tcaG na.nun.ya.kwAn ya'.nii
Shaahnaa' kwitc'ghinyaa-kwang yaa'nii. Creek / he had come down to / they say. He had come down to a creek, they say. caH.na' kwuts.gun.ya.kwAN ya'.nii
Shaahnaa' kw'itc'ghinyaa-kwan yaa'nii. Creek / he had come down to / they say. He had come down to a creek, they say. caH.na' k'wuts.ts'.gun.ya.kwAn ya'.nii [??? kw'itc'ghinyaa or kwitc'ghinyaa or kw'it-tc'...
Shaahnaa' too istin-manjaa'. Creek / water / will be cold. Let the creek water be cold. caH.naa' too us.tum.mun.dja'
Ch'siitcing teeh-ing teelh'its yaa'nii. Coyote / creek to / he ran / they say. Coyote ran to the creek, they say. tc'.sii.tcuN te.huN teL.'uts ya'.nii
Kaa', noonaaghaashildaash-kwang, shint, shaahnaa'##." Come, / I jump across, / my cousin, / creek." Ok, I jumped across the creek, my cousin." ka' noo.na.ga.cul.dac.kwAN cunt caH.na' ##gfn 190: "These words Coyote uses are said to be in the dialect formerly spoken north of the Kato." This is actually probably Kangaroo Rat speaking???
Skiitc teesdeel' yaa'nii, teeh-ing kokishghiinai. Children / went / they say / creek / they ran down. The children left, they say, they ran down to the creek. s.kiits tes.del' ya'.nii teH.huN koo.kuc.gii.nai
Hai naahneesh shaahnaa' deeming-kwang tc'neelh'iing-kwan yaa'nii. That / persons / creek / was full / he had seen / they say. He had seen the creek full of people (she had killed), they say. hai na.nec caH.na' dee.muN.kwAN tc'n.neL.iiN'.kwAn ya'.nii
Shaahnaa' diishan' stiing diidak'." Creek / something / lies / east." Something lies in the creek to the east." caH.na' dii.cAn' stiiN dii.duk'
Ghint'ee shaahnaa' uuyaashtc sliing' yaa'nii. Now / creek / small / became / they say. Now the creek became small, they say. gun.t'ee caH.na' oo.yacts sliiN' ya'.nii
---- Toonai k'teegooh yaa'nii, Siinteekwot. ---- Fish / they speared, / they say, / Redwood creek. ---- They speared fish at the South Fork of the Eel River##, they say. ---- Too.nai k'.te.qoo ya'.nii sin.te.kwut ##Goddard calls the South Fork of Eel River in JAckson Valley "Redwood creek"
Nandil'aa Siinteekwot. We will make dam, / Redwood creek. We will make a weir on the South Fork. nAn.dul.'a' sin.te.kwut
---- Tatc'isyai. ---- He went from the creek. He went up from the creek bed. ---- tAt.tc'us.yai
Naanaanyiing Seenchaahkwot. They crossed / rock-large creek. They crossed Blue Rock Creek. na.nan.yiiN sen.tcaH.kwut
Naananyiing Yiishtcs'ilhtiinkwot. They crossed / Ten mile creek.. They crossed Streeter Creek???. na.nAn.yiiN yiictc.s'uL.tiN.kwut
Taanaastyaa yaa'nii. He came out of the creek / they say. He came back out of the water, they say. ta.nas.t.ya ya'.nii

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