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Practorthog Origorthog Headword Specgloss Language Source Semanticfield
Nee'teesyai nE.tes.yai Ancient people Ancient people Cahto (RR) APS44Cahto4 p.25 hu;trb
Tooteesyai too.tes.yai Ancient people (Ocean come up here) Ancient people (Ocean come up here) Cahto (RR) APS44Cahto4 p.25 hu;trb
teeghiin te.ging carry/wear deerhead disquise (two people) carried (deer) Cahto GODD09 mot
tc'eebee-bin tc'e.bee.bung catch he ("stone fish") will catch (people) Cahto GODD09 hnt
teesyaa tes.yaa come (many people) came (from north) Cahto GODD09 na
tc'ee'nyaa tc'e'nyaa come out [ten people] came out Cahto GODD09 mot
tc'eenaalkat tc'e.naal.kut come out (people) came out Cahto GODD09 mot
nilkat-it nul.kut.ut come/arrive (people) came when Cahto GODD09 mot
ch'aan-manjaa' eat they will eat it (i.e. it will be edible to them, the people will use it as a food source) Cahto WRA eat
yaa'taan-manjaa' yaa'.taa.mun.jaa' eat they (people) will eat (animals) Cahto GODD09 eat
yaan-man yaa.mung eat (people) will eat... Cahto GODD09 eat
yaan-min yaa.mung eat (people) must eat (at places with much tarweed) Cahto GODD09 eat
naadilchaan-man naa.dul.tcaa.mung eat meal (people) will eat a meal Cahto GODD09 eat
lheenee'haa' Le.ne'.haa everyone all people, everybody, everyone Cahto GODD09 hu
lheenee'haa' Le ne' ha' everyone everyone, all, people Cahto(BR) GoddardElements hu
lheenee'haa' Le ne' haa' everyone, all, people everyone, all, people Cahto GODD12 hu
nin'ilhkit ? nun.uL.kut float (people) floated (in the house) Cahto GODD09 mot
Gaakee-kiiyaahaan ? gak.ke.kii.ya.huN Gaakee-kiiyaahaan ? [?-people] ??? [???-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
-kiiyaahaan -kii yaa hung (Curtis: -kyaa@haan8) gentilic suffix (tribe, people of a place) gentilic suffix (tribe, people of a place) Cahto GODD12 hu;trb
tai'ii tai'i ghost Those outside ("People after death became tai'i (those outside) or ghosts. The ghosts lived in the mountains. They slept in the daytime and worked at night. The tai'i gathered food, had children, and lived as the Indians lived. They had a dance h Those outside ("People after death became tai'i (those outside) or ghosts. The ghosts lived in the mountains. They slept in the daytime and worked at night. The tai'i gathered food, had children, and lived as the Indians lived. They had a dance house under the ground. Nagaitco stayed with the tai'i in the mountains. Sometimes when people went fishing at night they saw the tai'i. The ghosts had red mouths and eyes. If the person who saw the ghosts was a "high school graduate," he sang Nagaitco songs and did not become sick. A man who saw a ghost never told the women and children about it..." pp. 14-15 Cahto (GR & MB) LOEB32 na
kowaa'aan kuu.waa.'ang give [people] gave him (many different things) Cahto GODD09 mot
nunkatinen ninkaa't'iinin ? chief [requirements: good-natured; opposed fights, quarrels; fluent orator; doctor's school graduate. duties: instructor in elementary boys' school, girls' doctoring school; arrange dances, feasts. Each evening from dance house roof told people to be good to one another; not fight. No one talked then; 2 old men applauded, chimed in: hu, hu (yes, yes)--50]
hu, hu Hee'uu, hee'uu! Yes, yes! [2 old men, in response to chiefs nightly admonition to people to be good--50] [yes yes]
-taah -ta human class suffix plural; those kinds of people human class suffix plural; those kinds of people Cahto GODD12 hu
shghiinaa'-eekwaanaan c.gii.naa.ee.kwan.nan hungry (people) are hungry Cahto GODD09 eat
tc'eeghaan-eekwaanaan tc'e.gaa.ne.kwaa.nang kill he had killed (people) Cahto GODD09 bo
tc'eenghaan-ii tc'eng.aa.nii kill (that fish) killed (many people) Cahto GODD09 bo
ntisloos-teelee n.tus.loos.tee.le lead I will take you (sg) (where there are many people) Cahto GODD09 mot
uutcoonghitcaan' oo.tsoong.gut.tcaang leave/abandon they left them [two people standing in water] Cahto GODD09 mot
doo-kwaashnaa-teelee doo.kwac.naa.tee.le live I shall not live (because I swam to the water people) Cahto GODD09 bo
lhaan-teelee Lan.tee.le many will be many (people) Cahto GODD09 na
lhaandin Laan.dung many many (people) [where there are many] Cahto GODD09 na
Diidee'-kiyaahaan d8I@>d8d8Q' k5HQ4hhAN' Mattole people [north-band] Mattol tribe ("the north tribe") Cahto (G&M) JPH hu;trb
nohwaannooghiitaagh-'angii noo.waan.noo.yii.taagh.ung.gii mistake I mistook you (pl) [thought you coyotes were people] Cahto GODD09 bo
too-kiyaahaan mythical Water People water people Cahto GODD12 na
Nee'lhsowkii'-kiiyaahaan neL.soo.ki.kii.ya.huN Nee'lhsowkii'-kiiyaahaan [earth-blue-tail-people] ??? [ground-blue-tail-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Nee'lhtciiktiskwoh-kiiyaahaan ne.L.tcik.tis.kwok.ya.huN Nee'lhtciiktiskoh-kiiyaahaan [earth-red-above-creek-people] ??? [ground-red-above-creek-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
naahnees na/h.ne(s person people Cahto (BR) Curtis '24 hu
naahneesh naa.nec person people Cahto GODD12 hu
naahneesh naH ne^@ic person 82:13 people Cahto Sapir notes hu
naahneesh naa.nec person people Cahto GODD09 hu
naahneesh naa.nec person people Cahto GODD09 hu
naahneesh naa.nec person people Cahto GODD09 hu
naahneesh naa.neec person people Cahto GODD09 hu
-taah -taa plural class suffix (those kinds of people ?) plural class suffix (those kinds of people ?) Cahto GODD12 hu
-kii , -k -kii, -k plural suffix (kinship terms, people) plural suffix (kinship terms, people) Cahto GODD12 hu
kiiyaahan k5HQ@hAN' Pomo people (gen. term) ("all in one tribe") Pomo people (gen. term) ("all in one tribe") Cahto (G&M) JPH hu;trb
teeshoobeen-ndoi tE.coo.ben.doi poor people [????-not] Poor people Cahto (RR) APS44Cahto4 p.25 hu
teelh'its teL.'uts run away (two people) ran off [from fear witnessing elk dance] Cahto GODD09 mot
tsinteelhdeel' ts'un.teL.del' run away (people) ran off (when milk-snake swam) Cahto GODD09 mot
Seenchaaghdin-kiiyaahaan Seenchaaghdin-kiiyaahaan (= Big Rock village band) [rock-large-place-people] Cahto (BR) WRA hu;trb
ch'eelee tc'el.lee sing (two people) sang Cahto GODD09 bo
siin-kiyaahaan TI@N - k5HAhhA$N' Sinkyone (coastal?), possibly Coast Yuki (= Baan-kiiyaahaan) [west-people] all along the coast tribe Cahto (G&M) JPH hu;trb
nteeslaal-it n.tes.laal.lut sleep (all people) were asleep when Cahto GODD09 bo
nteeslaalh n.tes.laaL sleep (all people) went to sleep Cahto GODD09 bo
kinishyiish-yee kun.nuc.yiic.ye speak a language I talk (people-ese) Cahto GODD09 bo
teesin te.sin stand in water (two people) stood in water Cahto GODD09 bo
waanniileegh-it wan.nii.le.get swim to I swam to (water people) because (I shall not live) Cahto GODD09 mot
yeehteelhtaan ye.teL.taan take inside (hummingbird) took (fire to people) Cahto GODD09 mot
yeehteelhtaan-ee ye.teL.taa.ne take inside (all people) have taken (fire) Cahto GODD09 mot
daihiidilhtiin-kwaan dai.hii.duL.ting.kwan take/claim animate: (water people already) had taken it (sunken elk) (water people already) had taken it [sunken elk] Cahto GODD09 mot
Tc'eetindin-kiiyaahaan tce.tun.duN.kii.ya.huN Tc'eetindin-kiiyaahaan [hail come out-place-people] ??? [hail come out place-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Tc'ibeetaahkwot-kiiyaahaan tcib.be.ta.kwot.kii.ya.hun Tc'ibeetaahkwot-kiiyaahaan [Cahto Creek (Douglas Fir-among-creek)-people ??? [Cahto Creek-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Tc'indinteelhaatc-kiiyaahaan tcun.dn.te.Lats.kii.ya.huN Tc'indinteelhaatc-kiiyaahaan [sick person-jump-DIM-people] ??? [corpse/sick person-jump-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Teeh-kiiyaahaan ? tek'-ke'-ah-hahng Teeh-kiiyaahaan [to water?-people] Cahto (BR) Merriam < Baum hu;trb
nohnishsin'-it noo.nuc.sung.ut think (people) I thought you [= I thought you (coyotes) were people] Cahto GODD09 bo
Tootagit-kiiyaahaan to.tuk.kut.kii.ya.huN Tootagit-kiiyaahaan [water-between-people] ??? [water-between-tribe] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Iidaakw iidak^w Wailaki & Yuki people [eastward] Wailaki & Yuki people [eastward] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Iidaakw ii.dakW Wailaki [people/language?] Wailaki [people/language?] Cahto GODD12 hu;trb
Diidee'yiinaahneesh ? dii.dE.yii.na.nec Wailaki people [north-in-people] Wai.lak.kii Cahto (RR) APS44Cahto4 p.32+6 hu;trb
teelhkat teL.kut wash away (passive) (animals/people) were washed away Cahto GODD09 na
tc'intinii, tc'intnii chu(/n.ti(.ni white people white people Cahto (BR) Curtis '24 hu;trb
Ch'intc tc'intc Yuki people Yuki people Cahto GODD09 hu;trb
Ch'intc Tc'intc Yuki people Yuki (& Wailaki ?) people [???] Cahto (BR) APS44Cahto7?, notebook 6 hu;trb
Ch'intc chinch' Yuki people Cahto (BR) Merriam < Baum hu;trb
Ch'intc kintc Yuki people Yuki Cahto (BR) APS43Cahto2 p.15 hu;trb
Ch'intc tciintc Yuki people Yuki Cahto (RR) APS44Cahto4 p.32+5 hu;trb
yiidaakw ii.daakW Yuki people Yuki Cahto GODD09 hu;trb
dilbish ? t8u(@l.bu(sh foreigner alien people Wailaki Curtis '24 hu;trb
kinist'ee (3sg - body) ku(@.nu(s.te( people people Wailaki Curtis '24 hu
tc'indin ("apparition") (...-man) ch'u(@n.t8u(n8 white people white people Wailaki Curtis '24 hu;trb
na.gut.dil.leL na.gut.dil.leL become became [many people again?] Sinkyone (Northern) APS47Sin3Chlp083
doo.sus.sil.ge[-].nun doo.sus.sil.ge[-].nun kill don't kill [the people of X place don't kill those of Y] Sinkyone (Northern) APS47Sin4Chlp137 bo
kee'ch'an ke'.tc'uN moccasin [foot-hole] Summertime make shoes of deerskinke'.tc'uN. Wrap around sole of foot and tie around with string.Wintertime don't wear - This time of year some people fraid of snake. tie deer skin at ankle and knee (below). not all that way.Old man wear bear skin, Grizzly skin. Early days snow on head and arms. never get sickRegrets he must wear clothes Sinkyone (Northern) APS47Sin4Chlp089 ut
--- --- ocean Never see ocean when little boy. When I asked about gullOld people never used to go to Ocean. Sinkyone (Northern) APS47Sin2SSp003-4 na
Shaahnaa'-chii' ca.na.kii Shaahnaa'kok (= Salmon Creek) [creek-creek] About Salmon on {east west (?)} side Used to stay lots of people winter time rancheria there ca.na.kii [20] Sinkyone (Northern) APS47Sin1Ch?p056 pln
Siinkinaa ? siN.kun.na Sinkyone [west enemy ??] Blocksburg calls us [Blocksburg people's name for Charlie's people] Sinkyone (Northern) APS47Sin1Ch?p038 hu
nai'aitcii ? nai'aitci Nay'aychi people (a hated enemy) Nay'aychi people (a hated enemy) Lassik ESSENE hu;trb
kooskaatindaa ?? koskatu(nda Nongatle people (of Blocksburg) Nongatle people (of Blocksburg) Lassik ESSENE hu;pln
Kikiwikik ?? ki(ki(wu(ku(k Wailaki people (of 8 miles south of Alderpoint on the Eel River) Wailaki people (of 8 miles south of Alderpoint on the Eel River) Lassik ESSENE hu;pln

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