D - d

-d   [d]  Variant: -nʔ. Cooccurrence: occurs with first-person possessive; otherwise zero suffix is used. Kinship Noun. Subjective in kinship system.

d*   [-]   Instr Verb Root. move or hold one thing. (See under -ʔdi-).

da-   [da]   pref-instr. with the hand, especially the palm, with the paw of animals, by waves. compare: du-.

daco·l*   [dacolʔ]  da-, co·l*2. Verb. fluff the surface layer with the hand. kaho·n li ciba· tʰin qaʔdi míca·la· dacolmaw someone has lined the box with fluffy straw.

daco·lm*   [dacolmáw]  daco·l*. Verb. be lined fluffily by hand.

ʔime dacolmaw   [ʔime dácolmaw]  ʔime, daco·lm*. Adjective. soft, fluffy fur (like a Persian cat).

dadil*   [dahcalʔ]  da-, dil*. Verb. be beyond reach of hand. compare: dahtʰunh*.

dahcalh*  da-, hcalh*. Variant: dahcala·tad*. Verb. branching skeletal parts be bared. bihše háʔa qʼo dahcalá·du·y I just saw a deer with branching antlers going away.

dacahlim*   [dacáhlimʔ]  dahcalh*. Verb. several (trees) to be standing bare-branched.

dahcalhci*   [dahcálhciw]  dahcalh*, dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be lying bare-branched on the ground.

dahcalhci*   [dahcálhciw]  dahcalh*, dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be lying bare-branched on the ground.

dahcalhma*   [dahcálhmaw]  dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be standing bare-branched.

dahcelh*   [dahcelʔ]  da-, hcelh*. Verb. be obstructed, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves.

dahcelhma*   [dahcélhmaw]  dahcelh*. Verb. hold the hand spanning (some distance).

dahci*   [dahciw]  hci*4, da-. Verb. fasten several strands together into a rope by rolling between the palm and the thigh.

dahkom*   [dahkómʔ]  da-, hko*1. Instr Verb Stem. hands and feet on the ground, knees bent; crouch; be like a sprinter at start of race, hands and feet on the ground, knees bent, resting at each end. ku·yí ʔyowe· ya ʔahqʰa mála· ṭʰahqawem pʰiʔtʼan hase qʰámʔli ʔacaʔ dáhkomʔ yal cadun once while we were playing by the river, suddenly in the brush a man was crouched watching us. dahkoma D: Imperative. dahkomá·du D: Durative. dakóhtimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkoci be with hands and feet on floor. dakóhyimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkocí·du D: Durative. waṭacʼem qʰaʔbe tol cumaba dahko·bícʼba ʔahqʰa yo· bacula·y the frog sitting on the rock raised up (as frogs do) and jumped down into the water. dahkowa·yi to crawl to something. Example Variant: dahkoya·yi. synonyms: dahkam*, dahkaṭʼma*.

musu dahkomali   [musu dáhkomali]  musu·, dahkom*. Noun. where the log is resting on each end (like an old drum).

dahkʰuhkʰu*   [dahkʰúhkʰuw]  da-, hkʰu*. Reduplicating Verb. crush with the hand. synonyms: dahcʰuhcʰu*.

dahpʰuṭʼ*   [dahpʰuʔ]  da-, hpʰuṭʼ*. Verb. hand become weak, lose control of hand. dahpʰúṭʼciw (when you press hand down to get up) hand to turn weak (so that it can’t raise you) ¡sem.

dahpʰuy*   [dahpʰuyʔ]  da-, hpʰuy*, da-, hpʰuy*. Verb. quickly thrust hand into something yielding. dahpʰú·ciw thrust palm of hand into (feather bed). dahpʰú·maw thrust hand into (water). ʔino yo· dihpʰú·ciw to fall into deep dust.

dahpʰuy*   [dahpʰuyʔ]  da-, hpʰuy*, da-, hpʰuy*. Verb. quickly thrust hand into something yielding. dahpʰú·ciw thrust palm of hand into (feather bed). dahpʰú·maw thrust hand into (water). ʔino yo· dihpʰú·ciw to fall into deep dust.

dahqʰayʔma*   [dahqʰáyʔmaw]  da-. Instr Verb Stem. slide the palm of the hand across (a smooth table top).

dahsa*2   [dahsaw]  da-, hsa*3. Verb. go stop someone from doing something. dahsamciʔ to walk around in dark with hand in front and hit something with hand – it couldn’t go through. dahsameʔ stop someone.

dahsitʼ*   [dahsiʔ]  da-, hsitʼ*. Verb. itch, feel itchy. dahsitʼé· to I itch. Example Variant: dahsité· to. dahsitʼi (to itch) Itch! dahsitʼá·tadu (to several) itch! hoʔtʼo dáhsitʼe· to my head itches. hoʔtʼo dáhsitʼqacʼe· ma·caʔ their heads itch. hoʔtʼo dáhsitʼqacʼe· mu·kinʔ his head itches. hoʔtʼo dahsitʼe· mu·kito his head itches.

dahtenh*1   [dahténʔ]  da-, htenh*1. Verb. massage by patting with hand.

dahtenh*2  da-, htenh*2. [dahténʔ]   Verb. make even by pressing with hand, arrange. dahténhciyi·cʼi mito heʔe ʔ arrange your hair!

dahtohto*   [dahtohtow]  da-, hto*1. Reduplicating Verb. stuff with the hand. kahó·n miʔkʰe qʼoʔdi cuṭʼaʔ dáhtohtoci overfill your box until it is good and full! kahó·n miʔkʰe dahtóhtocʰqa overfill your box! Example Variant: kahó·n miʔkʰe dahtohtoci. dahtóhtoʔ D: Semelfactive, Absolutive.

dahtʰunh*   [dahtʰunʔ]  da-, htʰunh*. Verb. not quite touch with the hand; not quite press on with the hand. dahtʰunhciʔ I didn’t quite touch it (too far for me to press on). datʰunʔtacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. compare: dadil*.

dahṭanṭalac*   [dahṭánṭalaʔ]  da-, hṭanṭala*, da-. Instr Verb Stem. fade from washing. dahṭánṭalaci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dahṭánṭalawa·du to fade (several).

dahṭanṭalac*   [dahṭánṭalaʔ]  da-, hṭanṭala*, da-. Instr Verb Stem. fade from washing. dahṭánṭalaci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dahṭánṭalawa·du to fade (several).

dahṭʰa*   [dahṭʰaw]  da-, hṭʰa*2. Verb. unloose with the hand; open with the hand; uncover with the hand, paw. daṭʰaʔ to push open ("hence" probably). daṭʰa·qa D: Causative. daṭʰa·qa·duwá·du D: Durative. daṭʰahtʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰa·qáʔtʰuʔ D: Causative, Negative. daṭʰáhtaqa D: Causative, Imperative. daṭʰáhtahtʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰáhtaqa·du D: Durative, Causative. hayu yáʔ ti· ʔihya· danamyal dahṭʰay I saw the dog dig up the bone that he had buried.

dahṭʰehṭʰe*   [dahṭʰehṭʰew]  da-, hṭʰehṭʰe*. Verb. spread out with the hand (like prunes for drying). kalikakʰ miʔkʰe dahṭʰéhṭʰe spread your papers out with palm, several with one or few movements! Example Comment: @+. kalikakʰ miʔkʰe dahṭʰedáhṭʰe keep on spreading with quick movements! kalikakʰ miʔkʰe daṭʰe spread your papers in one movement!

dahṭʰinh*   [dahṭʰinʔ]  da-, hṭʰinh*. Verb. press firmly to ease pain or to straighten something out; massage with the hand on a person. dahṭʰini D: Imperative. dahṭʰiná·du D: Absolutive. dahṭʰínmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahṭʰínmameʔ (urging someone to correct all over); (sug.) daṭʰíntameʔ D: Plural Imperative. mu ʔa winatów dahṭʰinʔba, yuyucʰqaw when I pressed it firmly, I made it straight.

dahṭʰolhma*   [dahṭʰólhmaw]  da-, hṭʰolh*, -m2. Verb. force one's way through (brush); one to rub with hand to make hole. heʔe· dahṭʰólmaʔkʰetʰin he couldn’t force his way through the brush.

dahwatʼ*   [dahwaʔ]  da-, hwatʼ*. Verb. flop, disintegrate, lose tenseness, tone, collapse. dahwátʼci mulʔ D: Squash that! dihwatʼá·law to fall loosely and ragged, not nec. to pieces.

dahwe·n*   [dahwenʔ]  da-, hwe·n*. Verb. shake, using hands. qʰale dahwene· Violet Violet is shaking the tree. qʰale₁ dahwenmaw₂ (They) are shaking the tree.

dahwisʼ*   [dahwiʔ]  da-, hwisʼ*. Verb. smoke, fog swirl, move. dahwísʼmaw (smoke) to be all over as from a forest fire. dahwisʼa·qaʔ D: Causative, Absolutive. dahwisʼciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. dahpʰóʔ dahwisʼmaw heavy fog is around. hosa dono wína· dahwisʼa·qa·y the smoke rose up the hill. (not nec. all over).

dahyal*   [dahyalʔ]  da-, hyal*. Verb. have to tend to, do chores. dahyalíʔ cʰoʔ free from duties or chores. dahyalíʔqʼo with duties, responsibilities, chores. dahyalí·cʼede· naṭa pʰankinʔ my daughter has a child to tend to. (she isn’t free anymore). dahyalí·cʼiwaʔ D: Absolutive. dahyálqaw (baby) to make (mother) tend to it (by being crybaby). dahyálqawa·taʔ D: Causative, Absolutive.

dahyut*   [dahyuʔ]  da-, hyut*. Verb. break something crumbly, with the hand (palm). dahyutʰciw to break by pushing.

dahyuṭ*   [dahyuʔ]  da-, hyuṭ*. Verb. stir, poke with the hand. dahyúṭʰmaw doctor to poke around on patientsʼ bellies. dahyuṭʰciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. dahyuṭi D: Imperative. dahyuṭá·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away".

daki·l*   [dakilʔ]  da-, ki·l*1. Variant: daki·lm*. Verb. wave with hand (usually sideways); wave arms aimlessly. daki·li wave! daki·li míto ʔiša· wave your arms around! dakila·ducé·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dakilmameʔ D: Plural Imperative. dakilíyow Example Comment: Absolutive.

daki·lʔdaki·l*   [dakilʔdakílʔ]  daki·l*. Reduplicating Verb. keep on swinging quickly.

dakʼihṭʰala*   [dakʼíhṭʰalaw]  da-, kʼiṭʰ*2, -ala. Verb. have parallel stripes running downward; have vertical stripes.

dakʼihṭʰalaw   [dakʼíhṭʰalaw]  dakʼihṭʰala*. Adjective. striped. dakʼíhṭʰalayya D: Plural.

dakʼum*   [dakʼúmʔ]  da-, kʼum*. Verb. be too much or too difficult to do, do to one’s limit, restricted to activities done with the hand (palm). kʼaṭa dahsewá·du dakʼumáhwiye· to I am tired of washing clothes. Example Variant: daṭʼemáhwiye· to. dakʼumaʔ tired of washing. compare: daṭʼem*.

dapam*   [dapamʔ]  da-, pam*, da-, pam*. Verb. cover thickly; grow densely. dapammaw to be covered thickly (with flowers). Example Variant: dapemmaw. synonyms: dapem*, dapʰa·l*.

dapam*   [dapamʔ]  da-, pam*, da-, pam*. Verb. cover thickly; grow densely. dapammaw to be covered thickly (with flowers). Example Variant: dapemmaw. synonyms: dapem*, dapʰa·l*.

dapʰa·l*   [dapʰalciw]  da-, pʰa·l*. Variant: dapʰahlim*. Verb. ?? cover by thick growth (plants, hair). qʰale šihpʰa dapʰalmawam cʰabina, ʔama tol dapʰalciw the tree thickly covered with leaves must have fallen, the ground is thickly covered (with leaves). heʔe ʔaqolácʼbina, mito šima ʔána· dapʰalmaw your hair has grown so long, it is really covering up your ears. ciʔdomʔ mihsaʔ dapʰalmaw the flowers are growing thick solid. Example Variant: dapemmaw. dapʰalma @ grow thick (to hair). dapʰahlimmeʔ @ grow thick (to several)! dapʰalcí·du thick of leaves on bush. heʔe dápʰalma hair messed up, bushy. Example Variant: form is possibly /dapʰalci·du/ instead. qʰale ʔel copʰócʼbina sihpʰa mihsáʔ dapʰalmaw the leaves of the tree have sprouted thick (enough to hide limbs). dapʰalciw cover thick in one place (as stacking cut brush). dapʰala·duʔ something thick moving away. synonyms: dapem*, dapam*.

daqʰa·ṭ*   [daqʰaʔ]  da-, qʰa·ṭ*1. Verb. praise someone (one instance), usually on looks. daqʰaṭa·du to continue to praise someone. daqʰaṭa·dé· mito he is praising you. daqʰaṭá·dé·to manʔ she is praising me. daqʰáṭá·dé·to he praised me (on looks). daqʰa·ṭi praise! daqʰaṭá·tacʼmeʔ praise several (to several)! daqʰaṭá·tadu praise several! compare: baqʰaṭʰqa*.

dati·t*   [datiʔ]  da-, ti·t*. Verb. roll (with rolling pin). compare: qati·t*.

datiʔli   [dátiʔli]  dati·t*, =wi. Noun. rolling pin.

datul*   [datulʔ]  da-, tul*. Verb. smooth out wrinkled clothes with palm, when spread over something; straighten (bent wire). datuli D: Imperative. datulá·tadu straighten here and there. datúlta straighten one at a time, several in one place. datúlciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. ʔacaʔ wenu ʔqa· yaʔ šuʔba datulʔwiye· to the medical doctor massaged my body. compare: dakel*.

datʰil*   [datʰilʔ]  da-, tʰil*1. Verb. tear by pressing with hand. datʰila·qaʔ to tear pressing with hand.

datʼe·l*1   [datʼelʔ]  da-, tʼe·l*1, da-, tʼe·l*1. Verb. spread with hand (palm). datʼe·li D: Locative. datʼelá·qa spread hence. datʼela·cʼiwácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

datʼe·l*1   [datʼelʔ]  da-, tʼe·l*1, da-, tʼe·l*1. Verb. spread with hand (palm). datʼe·li D: Locative. datʼelá·qa spread hence. datʼela·cʼiwácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

datʼe·l*2   [datʼelʔ]  da-, tʼe·l*1, da-, tʼe·l*1. Verb. smear.

datʼe·l*2   [datʼelʔ]  da-, tʼe·l*1, da-, tʼe·l*1. Verb. smear.

daṭa·n*   [daṭanʔ]  da-, ṭa·n*2. Verb. side of long object be in contact with something at one end only, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves. daṭanmaw to hold a long board down while the other sticks out over space. ʔa· tápʰla daṭanmapʰíla, šuqʰa maʔal ʔ while I am holding the board down, saw this off.

daṭa·š*   [daṭaš]  da-, ṭa·š*1. Verb. have grey hair; grow grey hair; fade. cuʔcʼu dáṭaši·ci grow grey! cuʔcʼu dátahšibicʰmeʔ grow grey to several! daṭa·šiʔ to fade in washing. qahle dáṭaši·biʔ faded white. daṭašmaw standing or sitting with grey hair. daṭáhšimʔ several standing or sitting with grey hair. haʔú ṭʼo ʔacaʔ tʼílekinʔ cuʔcʼu dáṭa·šicʰqʰ that old man has faded grey. Example Variant: ...dáṭa·ši·y.. haʔú ṭʼo ʔacaʔ tʼílikinʔ cuʔcʼu máʔyul daṭašciw that old man is sitting with only grey hair. haʔú ṭʼo ʔacaʔ ninéʔca cuʔcʼu dáṭahšimʔ those old men are faded grey (standing or sitting).

daṭiṭim*   [daṭiṭimʔ]  da-, ṭiṭim*. Variant: daṭiṭí·mame·duwa·du. Verb. stretch across, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves. daṭiṭí·ma D: Imperative. daṭiṭí·mame·du D: Durative. daṭiṭí·maci·du D: Durative. daṭiṭí·mawa·du D: Durative. daṭiṭí·mawa·duce·du D: Durative. Example Variant: daṭiṭí·maci·duwa·du. tí·na wi daṭiṭí·ma stretch arm across in tub.

daṭi·š*   [daṭiš]  da-, ṭi·š*2. Variant: daṭihš*. Verb. stretched tight, of a surface or cloth, with the hand. daṭi·siʔ (semelfactive) to inflate or stretch out cloth or skin (not string). Example Variant: daṭisi·ci ~ daṭi°ši°c- ~ daṭíšciw. daṭi·sí·tʰuʔ D: Negative. Example Variant: daṭišcitʰuʔ. šeʔéʔ tol kʼaṭa daṭišmapʰí ʔahqʰa ṭʼá·ma stretch the cloth over (the mouth of) the container and pour the water in (through). mu šínalma· duséhyaqocʼ em ṭʼo ʔahqʰa yó· daʔṭʼubúʔ tʰin sóh daṭiši·cenʔ when (I) put that pillowcase in it did not submerge; it just inflated. compare: daki·š*.

daṭo·l*   [daṭolʔ]  da-, ṭo·l*. Verb. drill.

ʔimo daṭolʔli   [ʔimo dáṭolʔli]  daṭo·l*. Noun. hand drill.

daṭʰaṭ*   [daṭʰaʔ]  da-, ṭʰaṭ*. Verb. break open with the hand. daṭʰaṭa·duci break into a few pieces! (take out of ground here and there) (dig out several). daṭʰaṭá·qa open several doors.

daṭʰe·*   [daṭʰew]  da-, ṭʰe·*, da-, ṭʰe·*. Variant: daṭʰewad*. Verb. open (a book) so it is spread out. daṭʰe múl miʔkʰe kalikakʰ open your book wide!

daṭʰe·*   [daṭʰew]  da-, ṭʰe·*, da-, ṭʰe·*. Variant: daṭʰewad*. Verb. open (a book) so it is spread out. daṭʰe múl miʔkʰe kalikakʰ open your book wide!

daṭʰe·l*   [daṭʰelʔ]  da-, ṭʰe·l*. Verb. riffle a stack of papers with whole hand. daṭʰe·li D: Locative. daṭʰeltʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰela·duwá·du D: Durative. daṭʰe·láʔtʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰélta (tʰuʔ) D: Negative, Imperative. daṭʰéltame·du D: Durative.

daṭʰil*   [daṭʰilʔ]  da-, ṭʰil*. Verb. spread, stretch out, with the hand (palm), fabric, small things (acorns).

daṭʰo·*   [daṭʰow]  da-, ṭʰo*. Verb. take wall off room. compare: daṭʼo·*.

daṭʼam*   [daṭʼamʔ]  da-, ṭʼam*2, da-, ṭʼam*2. Verb. disturb (anthill) by putting hand in.

daṭʼam*   [daṭʼamʔ]  da-, ṭʼam*2, da-, ṭʼam*2. Verb. disturb (anthill) by putting hand in.

daṭʼan*   [daṭʼanʔ]  da-, ṭʼan*1, da-, ṭʼan*1. Verb. break open a sore on the hand by bumping it. daṭʼani D: Imperative. daṭʼántʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʼaná·du D: Durative. daṭʼánta(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daṭʼántame·du(wa·du) D: Durative.

daṭʼan*   [daṭʼanʔ]  da-, ṭʼan*1, da-, ṭʼan*1. Verb. break open a sore on the hand by bumping it. daṭʼani D: Imperative. daṭʼántʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʼaná·du D: Durative. daṭʼánta(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daṭʼántame·du(wa·du) D: Durative.

daṭʼa·š*   [daṭʼaš]  da-, ṭʼa·š*. Verb. put hair off forehead. daṭʼa·šiʔ to hand to put hair off forehead.

daṭʼem*   [daṭʼemʔ]  da-, ṭʼem*2. Verb. be tired of doing action with hand. daṭʼemahwiye· to I’m tired (of washing clothes). compare: dakʼum*.

daṭʼiṭʼim*   [daṭʼiṭʼimʔ]  da-, ṭʼiṭʼim*. Verb. be tangled; twisted around. daṭʼiṭʼi°m to be tangled. daṭʼiṭʼi·ma to tangle, twist around on something. daṭʼiṭʼim to be tangled.

daṭʼo·*   [daṭʼow]  Lit: corn with skin rubbed off by hands da-, ṭʼo·*. Variant: daloṭʼo*. Verb. take off outer layer; peel off. má·yiš daṭʼow hominy. Literally: peeled corn. ʔoho mútʼaqa·cʼin, šahmaʔ daṭʼocʼmela being hot, I peeled the blankets off myself. compare: daṭʰo·*.

daṭʼo·s*   [daṭʼos]  da-, ṭʼo·s*. Verb. scrape with the hand. daṭʼosba balayíbicʰqay scratching (he) made it bleed. daṭʼosci(mé·du) scratch once. daṭʼosi scratch several times. daṭʼosá·tadu D: Durative. bihše kúwe·ru mu ʔahqʰa yó· qane·wem, ṭʰoṭá·dun, daṭʼosá·duʔ when that deer hide is soaked in water it rots and the (hair) can be pushed off easily. hecʼli sʼiʔi dáqʼa·ṭin daṭʼos with fingernail scratch the flesh. synonyms: daqʼa·s*.

daṭʼu*   [daṭʼuw]  da-, ṭʼu*. Verb. put hand in liquid; let hand sink into liquid. ʔahqʰa yó· daṭʼuwiy to put hand in water. daṭʼumela D: Performative Complete. ʔiša· daṭʼúwiye· to my arm is in the water.

daway*   [dawáyʔ]  da-, way*1. Variant: dawayʔta*. Verb. awaken with the hand, by touching or shaking. dawáyʔtay he was just awakened. dawayi wake him up! dawayi mu·kito ʔ wake him up! dawayá·du keep waking (someone) up. dawayʔta ma·cal ʔ wake them up! dawá·yam ṭa ʔa I woke him up.

dawi*   [dawiw]  da-, wi*. Variant: dawit*. Verb. 1 • move hand up and down, palm down; work Indian drill by same motion. ʔoho dawiʔli fire drill (to start a fire). Example Variant: ʔoho dawi·li. dawi múl ʔahay ʔ drill that wood! dawitʰuʔ D: Negative. dawitá·du D: Durative. dawiti D: Intentive. dawí·ma drill serially. ʔa· ṭʰilel el doʔqʼoʔdiwánʔpʰila, dawi· ma I will fix the abalone ornaments, and you drill them (serially). compare: muwi*.

2 • work fire drill.

dawoṭ*   [dawoʔ]  da-, woṭ*. Verb. stirring with whole hand, as in laundry in water. dawoṭi D: Imperative. dawoṭímulʔ D: Absolutive. dawóṭʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dawóhṭima D: Imperative. dawoṭá·du D: Durative. dawoṭʼíyow D: Absolutive. dawóṭʰma stir it with hand! dowoṭi rile with fingers!

dawoṭʰma*   [dawóṭʰmaw]  dawoṭ*. Verb. stir with hand.

dayecʼ*   [dayeʔ]  da-, yecʼ*. Verb. press open hand against something. míl dayecʼi press hand on that! Example Variant: dayecʼí mil ʔ.. dayéʔtacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

dayem*   [dayemʔ]  da-. Instr Verb Stem. hold one thing against another. dayema D: Imperative. dayemá mul ʔ D: Imperative. dayéhtima D: Plural Imperative. dayéhtimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dayemá·du D: Durative. dayenʔwadu to push around (person or log).

dayi*   [dayiw]  da-, yi*1. Verb. scratch deeply, scratch over a distance so that the material separates, gouge, slash, with the hand. dayiwá·law D: Directional "down". dayi (to fingernail) Scratch deep so it opens! dayicí·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dayiwa·du D: Durative. dayíhwala D: Directional "down", Imperative. kú·ška yaʔ (to) dayiwá·lawiye· (to) dasucʼba the cat, when he scratched me (or), slashed downward.

daʔkʼecʰqa*   [daʔkʼécʰqaw]  da-, ʔkʼe*. Instr Verb Stem. make stiff with the hand. dawóṭʼba mantiki·ya, daʔkʼécʰqay stirring (milk) with the hands, he made it stiffen (turn to butter).

daʔloʔlo*   [daʔloʔlow]  da-, ʔlo*2. Variant: daʔlodalot*. Reduplicating Verb. roll into ball; make spherical by rubbing between palms. ʔima dáʔloʔlow to make cotton balls by rolling in hands. Example Variant: ʔima daʔlóʔlomulʔ. compare: dalodaloc*.

daʔtʼa*   [daʔtʼáw]  da-, ʔtʼa*6. Variant: datʼac*. Verb. 1 • find one thing; feel with the hand, but the commonest meaning is ‘to find’ (by any means, not just with the hand); locate something. daʔtawʔ it’s found. datʼaʔ D: Plural Sbject or Object, Absolutive. daʔtʼamʔ to be discovered, caught in something, in a place (garden, house). ʔahca· daʔtʼámqacʼba muhkʰunáʔqayʔ on being discovered in the house, he got embarrassed. kú·lpa daʔtʼaw to find fault. ʔacaʔ ku·lpa daʔtʼaʔqal fault-finder. qahqo dáʔtʼamʔ to come upon someone naked. qahqo dáʔtʼamwiye· to someone came upon me when I was nude. qahqo daʔtʼaw to come upon someone naked (seems to be less by chance). daʔtʼámwiye· to dacʰaci·dem he discovered, found me suddenly while I was stealing. daʔtʼama D: Essive, Imperative. daʔtʼamá·du D: Essive, Durative. datʼáhtima(·du) D: Essive, Plural, Imperative (Durative). bute· tʰin pʰala mito ʔa daʔtʼateʔ I’ll see you again sometime. (might be said on parting, instead of our "good-bye"). kʼaṭʰito daʔtʼamucʼmela I ran into a friend on the street. mulido mu naṭa ʔíma·ta ʔemu (mul) pʰusʼi dáʔtʼaqaʔ they say this girl saw a (that) ghost. daʔtʼaqá·cʼi show yourself ?; let him find you. daʔtʼaqácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. ʔamadútʼaʔ daʔtʼaw to find a job (calque). daʔtʼayé· ʔa I found it. kʰe qanemaʔ daʔtʼaye· ʔa I found my relatives. miʔkʰe qanemaʔ daʔtʼaye· ʔa I found your relatives. daʔtʼaqaʔ let someone find self. compare: datʼat*.

2 • see, observe, encounter, find out, notice, discover.

daʔtʼamucʼ*   [daʔtʼamuʔ]  daʔtʼa*. Variant: datʼatʰmucʼ*. Verb. 1 • meet, meet each other, get acquainted. datʼatʰmuʔ meet lots of people, in different places; several to find each other. daʔtʼamuʔ two to meet each other. Example Comment: one of several euphemistic terms for ‘to make love’. daʔtʼamuʔ tʰin we never met each other. Nancy to ya daʔtʼamucʼkʰe maʔa búmuyiʔti we're going to meet Nancy (tomorrow) in order to eat (lunch).

2 • make physical contact, make love.

qanemaʔ daʔtʼa   [qanemáʔ daʔtʼaw]  qanemacʼ, daʔtʼa*. Verb. adopt as relative.

daʔtʼe*   [daʔtʼew]  da-, ʔtʼe*2. Verb. stick (mud) on wall with hand. daʔtʼe(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daʔtʼe (cí·du) D: Durative. datʼeti D: Imperative. datʼétʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. datʼetá·duwa·du maṭʰqʰa dáʔtʼe qa·mamu (ʔahca hó·taw) you must have stuck mud (on the wall).

daʔtʼekelec*   [daʔtʼekéleʔ]  da-, ʔtʼekele*, da-. Instr Verb Stem. flatten by hand.

daʔtʼekelec*   [daʔtʼekéleʔ]  da-, ʔtʼekele*, da-. Instr Verb Stem. flatten by hand.

daʔtʼem*   [daʔtʼemʔ]  da-, ʔtʼem*4. Verb. find, hit upon with the hand (palm). cú·ki duqʼaʔ kʰe daʔtʼémqamda I found, after rummaging around, my lost sock.

daʔtʼemh*   [daʔtʼemʔ]  da-, ʔtʼemh*. Verb. put palm against; pat; cover with a cloth. kunu dáʔtʼemhciʔ to give one pat on one’s own chest or put with hand on one’s own chest. daʔtʼémqaw to put palm on something, holding it against something else. kʼaṭa dáʔtʼemhcicʼi ma qahqo ʔe ʔ put a cloth over yourself; you are naked. daʔtema D: Imperative. daʔtʼemmaʔ D: Absolutive. daʔtʼemácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. datʼehtimacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. synonyms: muʔtʼemh*.

daʔtʼenh*   [daʔtʼenʔ]  da-, ʔtʼenh*. Variant: daʔtʼehn*. Verb. attach, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves. daʔtʼena·ye mul to put (paper, cloth, mud) down and spread around with hand.

daʔtʼeʔtʼe*   [daʔtʼeʔtʼew]  da-, ʔtʼeʔtʼe*. Verb. (berries hanging) close together. cuhti dáʔtʼeʔtʼeʔ full of designs. wale hólyo daʔtʼeʔtʼeʔ beads close together. ʔamaʔ dú·ciʔtʰiniqa·mul ho(´)hwa tol matʼqʰa dáʔtʼeʔtʼew he must not know anything; he smeared the door all over with mud. ṭʼi· báhqay daʔtʼeʔtʼecʰqa· qʰaletol the blackberries are thick on the bush. Example Variant: báhqa·.

daʔtʼunh*   [daʔtʼunʔ]  da-, ʔtʼunh*. Verb. constrict, reduce and close inner space using the hand (palm). ʔimo daʔtʼúnhciw to press the opening (of cardboard box) closed. cihṭʰi kʼáʔli cohšo dáʔtʼunhmaw the hands are pressed together between the legs.

daʔtʼutʰu*   [daʔtʼútʰuw]  da-, ʔtʼutʰu*2. Verb. 1 • smash, decrease inside space, with the hand; roll up. dabo·máʔ miʔkʰe daʔtʼutʰúcʰpʰi banema·cʼi roll up brim of your hat and put it on! daʔtʼutʰú·tʰuʔ kʰe buhqʰal ʔ don’t squeeze my basket!

2 • squeeze and smash something between palms of hand. daʔtʼutʰuʔ squeezing together by hand. daʔtudátʼuta·du D: Durative.

daʔṭu*   [daʔṭuw]  da-, ʔṭu*. Verb. press edge of hand. daʔṭú· dayeʔcʰi tubici press your hand on the edge and get up.

daʔṭʼa*   [daʔṭʼaw]  da-, ʔṭʼa*1, da-, ʔṭʼa*1. Variant: dalaṭʼa*. Verb. hold between hands and break. daʔṭʼaway to press hand against wall and break. kʼaṭa dáʔṭʼadaṭʼatʰmaʔ cloth wrapped around and around head (turban). daʔṭʼawá·yi daʔṭʼawá·tʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔṭʼawá·ya·du D: Durative. daṭʼáhwayi D: Plural, Imperative. daṭʼáhwa·tʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural. daṭʼáhwaya·du D: Plural, Durative. daʔṭʼawá·yiʔ to hold with hand against chest. daʔṭʼawá·yicʼi D: Reflexive. daṭʼáhwayicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. daʔṭʼawá·yi D: Imperative. daṭʼáhwa·meʔ D: Plural, Imperative.

daʔṭʼa*   [daʔṭʼaw]  da-, ʔṭʼa*1, da-, ʔṭʼa*1. Variant: dalaṭʼa*. Verb. hold between hands and break. daʔṭʼaway to press hand against wall and break. kʼaṭa dáʔṭʼadaṭʼatʰmaʔ cloth wrapped around and around head (turban). daʔṭʼawá·yi daʔṭʼawá·tʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔṭʼawá·ya·du D: Durative. daṭʼáhwayi D: Plural, Imperative. daṭʼáhwa·tʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural. daṭʼáhwaya·du D: Plural, Durative. daʔṭʼawá·yiʔ to hold with hand against chest. daʔṭʼawá·yicʼi D: Reflexive. daṭʼáhwayicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. daʔṭʼawá·yi D: Imperative. daṭʼáhwa·meʔ D: Plural, Imperative.

daʔṭʼaqʼat*   [daʔṭʼaqʼaʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼaqʼa·t*, da-, ʔṭʼaqʼa·t*. Verb. press hand on something so it pops (a peanut).

daʔṭʼaqʼat*   [daʔṭʼaqʼaʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼaqʼa·t*, da-, ʔṭʼaqʼa·t*. Verb. press hand on something so it pops (a peanut).

daʔṭʼaš*   [daʔṭʼaš]  da-, ʔṭʼaš*2, da-, ʔṭʼaš*2. Variant: daṭʼahš*. Verb. put in place or join together using the hand; close a door or lid. daʔṭʼášci close suitcase or door (no diff. from daʔpʼan). daṭʼáhši D: Plural, Imperative. daʔṭʼašá·law to press down with hand to press into place something that has bent out at a joint (or press lid on a box). daṭʼáhšalaw D: Directional "down", Absolutive.

daʔṭʼaš*   [daʔṭʼaš]  da-, ʔṭʼaš*2, da-, ʔṭʼaš*2. Variant: daṭʼahš*. Verb. put in place or join together using the hand; close a door or lid. daʔṭʼášci close suitcase or door (no diff. from daʔpʼan). daṭʼáhši D: Plural, Imperative. daʔṭʼašá·law to press down with hand to press into place something that has bent out at a joint (or press lid on a box). daṭʼáhšalaw D: Directional "down", Absolutive.

daʔṭʼaṭ*   [daʔṭʼaʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼaṭ*3, da-, ʔṭʼaṭ*3. Verb. crack with the hand. hoʔtʼo daʔṭʼaṭi·cʼ pressing hand on own head, bumping several times (hand must rise off and go back on).

daʔṭʼaṭ*   [daʔṭʼaʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼaṭ*3, da-, ʔṭʼaṭ*3. Verb. crack with the hand. hoʔtʼo daʔṭʼaṭi·cʼ pressing hand on own head, bumping several times (hand must rise off and go back on).

daʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*   [daʔṭʼaʔṭʼaw]  da-, ʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*, da-, ʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*. Verb. repeatedly press with hand.

daʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*   [daʔṭʼaʔṭʼaw]  da-, ʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*, da-, ʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*. Verb. repeatedly press with hand.

daʔṭʼe*   [daʔṭʼew]  da-, ʔṭʼe*2, da-, ʔṭʼe*2. Verb. stick (mud or dough) with hand or pushing a finger. daʔṭʼe(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daʔṭʼecí·du D: Durative. daṭʼetá·du D: Durative. daṭʼeti D: Imperative, Plural. daṭʼéhtʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural.

daʔṭʼe*   [daʔṭʼew]  da-, ʔṭʼe*2, da-, ʔṭʼe*2. Verb. stick (mud or dough) with hand or pushing a finger. daʔṭʼe(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daʔṭʼecí·du D: Durative. daṭʼetá·du D: Durative. daṭʼeti D: Imperative, Plural. daṭʼéhtʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural.

daʔṭʼelh*   [daʔṭʼelʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼelh*. Verb. part with the hand. daʔṭʼelá·du to push one’s way through (the brush). heʔe daʔṭʼela·duyiʔ to part hair with hand. diʔṭʼela·duʔ to mat down by falling on. compare: dihšahša*.

daʔṭʼeʔṭʼe*   [daʔṭʼéʔṭʼew]  da-, ʔṭʼeʔṭʼe*2. Verb. pound lightly with hand.

daʔṭʼi   [daʔṭʼi]  da-, ʔṭʼi*3. Adjective. bent by hand. daʔṭʼi dácʼow made bent (of iron rod) by hand.

daʔṭʼiṭ*   [daʔṭʼiʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼiṭ*. Verb. twist several things together with the hand. cohso daʔṭʼiṭiʔ to wring hands together. Example Variant: ...máʔṭʼiṭiʔ. kʼaṭa dúṭʼiʔ daṭʼíṭʰci turn the cloth inside out with palm in one motion!

daʔṭʼiʔṭʼic*   [daʔṭʼíʔṭʼiʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼiʔṭʼi*1, da-, ʔṭʼiʔṭʼi*1. Verb. tangle.

daʔṭʼiʔṭʼic*   [daʔṭʼíʔṭʼiʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼiʔṭʼi*1, da-, ʔṭʼiʔṭʼi*1. Verb. tangle.

daʔṭʼoʔṭʼo*   [daʔṭʼoʔṭʼow]  da-, ʔṭʼo*. Reduplicating Verb. sound of hitting lightly, patting, tapping, with the hand (palm). ʔino daʔṭʼóʔṭʼoci mul pat dust off! cohso daʔṭʼodaṭʼo·cʼi clap hands!

daʔṭʼubut*   [daʔṭʼubuʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼubut*1, da-, ʔṭʼubut*1. Verb. push something under water. daʔṭʼubútʰ- to push under (water) by hand. kʼaṭa mul ʔahqʰa yó· daʔṭʼubú·ti push those clothes under the water!

daʔṭʼubut*   [daʔṭʼubuʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼubut*1, da-, ʔṭʼubut*1. Verb. push something under water. daʔṭʼubútʰ- to push under (water) by hand. kʼaṭa mul ʔahqʰa yó· daʔṭʼubú·ti push those clothes under the water!

daʔya*   [daʔyaw]  da-, ʔya*. Verb. press down a little; press hand lightly on something (/dayeʔ/ is to press hard). daʔya D: Imperative. daʔyatʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔyameʔ D: Plural Imperative. daʔyací·du D: Durative. daʔyacíʔtʰuʔ D: Negative.

daʔyoʔyo*   [daʔyóʔyow]  da-, ʔyo*2. Verb. rake together with hands.

daʔyuʔyu*   [daʔyúʔyuw]  da-, ʔyuʔyu*. Verb. rub or press hand on something – hurts but doesn’t injure; hurt someone else by pushing or rubbing.

da   [da]  du*.

dabala·tad*   [dabala·tadu]  daba·l*. Verb. wipe with the hand.

dabalcicʼ*   [dabalciʔ]  daba·l*. Verb. wipe once over one’s own (face).

daba·l*   [dabalʔ]  da-, ba·l*. Variant: dabala·tad*. Verb. be wiping, with the hand (palm). wayʔcʼinqan lile dabalcicʼe·du repeatedly wipe brow with palm. compare: dahqalh*.

dabalcicʼ*   [dabalciʔ]  daba·l*. Verb. wipe once over one’s own (face).

daba·ne*   [dabá·new]  dane*, ʔda*1, bane*2. Verb. throw away non-long object, abandon. pʰaláʔ daba·ne D: Imperative #again. Example Variant: pʰala dába·ne. dabá·ne D: Imperative. dabá·neme·du D: Durative. dabá·neci·du D: Durative. dabá·netʰuʔ D: Negative. pʰalaʔ daba·netʰuʔ D: Negative #again. Example Variant: pʰala daba·netʰuʔ. ʔda bá·ne throw away, abandon one nonlong obj.! compare: dane*, bane*3, ne*3.

dabet*   [dabeʔ]  Lit: He is thing-groping da-, bet*. Verb. grope, feel with the hand for something unseen which is not known for sure to be present. ʔama dábetʼ e· mu·kinʔ he is blind. dabétʰciw D: semelfactive. dabétʰciyi·cʼi feel for something on self (uncertain if exists). dabétʰmuliʔ ?? feel around for something ?? dabeti feel for something unseen. dabétʰmeʔ D: Plural. dabetácʼmeʔ D: Plural.

dabetad*   [dabeta·du]  dabet*. Verb. examine with hand.

dabeticʼ*   [dabetiʔ]  dabet*. Verb. feel on oneself where cannot see (the back, in a pocket) to determine if some object is present. dabetí·cʼi feel for something in pocket!

dabetad*   [dabeta·du]  dabet*. Verb. examine with hand.

dabeticʼ*   [dabetiʔ]  dabet*. Verb. feel on oneself where cannot see (the back, in a pocket) to determine if some object is present. dabetí·cʼi feel for something in pocket!

dabilta*   [dabiltaw]  dabi·l*. Verb. turn with sweeping motion of the hands through the air.

dabi·l*   [dabilʔ]  da-, bi·l*. Variant: dabilta*. Verb. turn with sweeping motion of the hands through the air, especially a batch of drying acorns. dabi·li turn with the hands!

dabola·tad*   [dabola·tadu]  dabo·l*. Verb. make a hole with the hand.

dabo·l*   [dabolʔ]  da-, bo·l*. Variant: dabola·tad*. Verb. make a hole with the hand.

ʔama dabolʔli   [ʔama dábolʔli]  ʔama·2, dabo·l*, =wi. Noun. crowbar.

ʔimo dabolʔli   [ʔimo dábolʔli]  Lit: what make a hole with ʔimo, dabo·l*, =wi. Variant: ʔahca ʔimo dabolʔli. Noun. drill. compare: ware·na.

dabo·m*   [dabomʔ]  da-, bo·m*. Verb. cover, put a lid on with the hand.

dabo·macʼ*   [dabo·maʔ]  dabo·m*. Verb. wear hat, put a lid on oneself by hand. dabo·macʼínsʼe· mu @it sems to be a hat.

dabo·maʔ   [dabó·maʔ]  dabo·macʼ*. Noun. hat, hat with big brim; top, lid. synonyms: kacu·ce.

ciʔba dabo·maʔ   [ciʔba dábo·maʔ]  ciʔba, dabo·maʔ. Noun. straw hat.

dabo·macʼ*   [dabo·maʔ]  dabo·m*. Verb. wear hat, put a lid on oneself by hand. dabo·macʼínsʼe· mu @it sems to be a hat.

dabo·maʔ   [dabó·maʔ]  dabo·macʼ*. Noun. hat, hat with big brim; top, lid. synonyms: kacu·ce.

ciʔba dabo·maʔ   [ciʔba dábo·maʔ]  ciʔba, dabo·maʔ. Noun. straw hat.

dabo·maʔ   [dabó·maʔ]  dabo·macʼ*. Noun. hat, hat with big brim; top, lid. synonyms: kacu·ce.

ciʔba dabo·maʔ   [ciʔba dábo·maʔ]  ciʔba, dabo·maʔ. Noun. straw hat.

dacahlim*   [dacáhlimʔ]  dahcalh*. Verb. several (trees) to be standing bare-branched.

dace*   [dacew]  da-, ce*. Variant: dacet*. Verb. 1 • grab with the hand; capture, take someone prisoner. dace mul ʔ grab it! Grab him! Capture him! qʰalé hcʰaba dacew after the tree fell it was caught (by branches). cibá· dacéwa ṭa má·dalˇ who caught (grabbed) her? ciba· ṭa má·dal dacewaˇ who caught (grabbed) her? cibal ṭa manʔ dacewaˇ who did she catch?

2 • grab or catch something immaterial, e.g., catch a disease. ʔihya dácemela I’ve caught my breath. I’ve got my wind. ʔoho dacemuʔ the fire is spreading.

cahno dacetiʔ yaʔ   [cahno dácetiʔ yaʔ]  Lit: word-catcher dace*. Noun. tape-recorder.

chance dacew   [chánce dacew]  dace*. Verb. take a chance.

dacecʼ*   [dacéʔ]  dace*. Variant: daceticʼ*. Verb. take what is handed to oneself.

ma·ṭʼi·ho dacew   [ma·ṭʼi·ho dacew]  dace*. Verb. get poison oak.

qahsil dacew   [qahsíl dacew]  dace*. Verb. catch cold.

qʼoʔo dace   [qʼoʔo dácew]  qʼoʔo, dace*. Verb. take the song. qʼoʔo dácemu·cʼiwaʔ to continue taking the song one from another, to pass the song along. qʼoʔo dacehqaw pass the song. A second singer to take and continue singing a song that a first singer had started and wants to rest from singing. compare: baʔsʼa*.

dacecʼ*   [dacéʔ]  dace*. Variant: daceticʼ*. Verb. take what is handed to oneself.

dacet*   [daceʔ]  dace*. Verb. grab or catch something immaterial.

daceticʼ*   [dacetíʔ]  dacecʼ*.

daco·l*   [dacolʔ]  da-, co·l*2. Verb. fluff the surface layer with the hand. kaho·n li ciba· tʰin qaʔdi míca·la· dacolmaw someone has lined the box with fluffy straw.

daco·lm*   [dacolmáw]  daco·l*. Verb. be lined fluffily by hand.

ʔime dacolmaw   [ʔime dácolmaw]  ʔime, daco·lm*. Adjective. soft, fluffy fur (like a Persian cat).

daco·lic*   [daco·líʔ]  da-, co·lic*. Verb. be fluffed out. with the hand (palm), paw; by waves.

daco·liʔ cʰuli   [daco·líʔ cʰuli]  daco·lic*, cʰuli*. Noun. tide at full moon.

qʼala·ša daco·lic   [qʼala·ša dáco·liʔ]  Lit: fluffy, getting-round moon qʼala·ša, daco·lic*. Noun. full moon.

daco·liʔ cʰuli   [daco·líʔ cʰuli]  daco·lic*, cʰuli*. Noun. tide at full moon.

daco·lm*   [dacolmáw]  daco·l*. Verb. be lined fluffily by hand.

ʔime dacolmaw   [ʔime dácolmaw]  ʔime, daco·lm*. Adjective. soft, fluffy fur (like a Persian cat).

dacʰac*   [dacʰáʔ]  dacʰa·*. Cooccurrence: this irregular Semelfactive root occurs only with /da-/. Variant: dacʰacid*. Instr Verb Stem. steal, snatch away, kidnap. naṭa dácʰaʔ kidnap a child. pe·su dacʰaʔ steal money. kʰe pe·su dacʰá·tʰuʔ don't steal my money! mu·kinʔkʰe pe·su dacʰaci steal his money! dacʰayiʔ several steal.

dacʰaʔ šoc   [dacʰaʔ šoʔ]  dacʰac*, šoc*. Verb. eavesdrop. dacʰaʔ šoce·la eavesdrop. synonyms: diʔboʔto· šoc.

naṭa dacʰaci·du yaʔ   [naṭa dácʰaci·du yaʔ]  dacʰac*. Noun. thief, one who keeps stealing things.

dacʰacid*   [dacʰací·du]  dacʰac*.

dacʰat*   [dacʰaʔ]  dacʰa·*.

dacʰaʔ šoc   [dacʰaʔ šoʔ]  dacʰac*, šoc*. Verb. eavesdrop. dacʰaʔ šoce·la eavesdrop. synonyms: diʔboʔto· šoc.

dacʰa·*   [dacʰaw]  da-, cʰa·*2. Variant: dacʰat*. Verb. grab with the hand or claws; capture. heʔe dácʰa·muʔ hair to get stuck or matted together. dacʰacʼba šude·cʼiʔ @. dacʰa múl ʔaha· tol ʔ clutch that stick! dacʰa múl ʔaha·yel mil ʔ @ clutch that stick. dacʰatí mil ʔ grab those! dacʰátʰmeʔ D: Plural. dacʰaci·duwá·du D: Habitual. dacʰatá·du D: Durative.

dacʰac*   [dacʰáʔ]  dacʰa·*. Cooccurrence: this irregular Semelfactive root occurs only with /da-/. Variant: dacʰacid*. Instr Verb Stem. steal, snatch away, kidnap. naṭa dácʰaʔ kidnap a child. pe·su dacʰaʔ steal money. kʰe pe·su dacʰá·tʰuʔ don't steal my money! mu·kinʔkʰe pe·su dacʰaci steal his money! dacʰayiʔ several steal.

dacʰaʔ šoc   [dacʰaʔ šoʔ]  dacʰac*, šoc*. Verb. eavesdrop. dacʰaʔ šoce·la eavesdrop. synonyms: diʔboʔto· šoc.

naṭa dacʰaci·du yaʔ   [naṭa dácʰaci·du yaʔ]  dacʰac*. Noun. thief, one who keeps stealing things.

dacʰiṭ*   [dacʰiʔ]  dacʰi·ṭ*.

dacʰi·ṭ*   [dacʰiʔ]  da-, cʰi·ṭ*2. Variant: dacʰiṭ*. Verb. dig up. ʔama· yó· qʰaʔbe dácʰihy he dug up rocks out of the ground. dacʰi·ṭi dig it up! dacʰiṭí dig them up! dacʰiṭa·ducé·du be digging up (one object). dacʰiṭá·duce·du be digging up (several objects). dacʰihtʰúʔ don't dig it up! dacʰíhtʰuʔ don't dig them up! qʰaʔbe mul dácʰi·ṭi ʔama· yo· cawalʔ dig out that rock sitting under the ground!

dacʰu*   [dacʰuw]  da-, cʰu*. Verb. scrub by pushing on something. compare: daʔcʰu*.

dacʰul*1   [dacʰúlʔ]  da-, cʰul*2. Verb. spread out (e.g. blanket, clothed) to display or to dry. dacʰulaʔ clothes might be spread over a bush. dasewem dacʰúlmaw while on was washing another was hanging out. dacʰulmadu to spread out to display. dacʰúlta spread in several places! dacʰulá·qa spread several out in one place! dacʰul spread (one blanket)! dacʰulʔ to hang clothes (out). dacʰuli hang out clothes! kʼaṭa dácʰulʔtol clothesline. kʼaṭa míʔkʰe dacʰuli hang your clothes out to dry! (and don't pick out manure). dacʰulá·ta·cʼmeʔ @ hang out several to dry (to several)! dacʰúlʔtameʔ @ hang out to dry (to several)! dacʰúlmaw hang across two lines. compare: šawim*, dacʰul*2.

dacʰul*2   [dacʰulʔ]  da-, cʰul*1. Verb. remove something (e.g., dig out of dirt, knock out stuffing). compare: šawim*, dacʰul*1.

dacʼe*   [-]  da-, cʼe*. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. make quick short movements with hand.

dacʼedacʼe*   [dacʼedácʼew]  dacʼe*. Reduplicating Verb. make quick short movements with hand, such as washing clothes. dacʼedácʼe mul kʼaṭa dasenʔ mu ʔe ma šahya dáʔkʼuʔkʰe ʔ Wash fast, you will get there faster.

dacʼedacʼe*   [dacʼedácʼew]  dacʼe*. Reduplicating Verb. make quick short movements with hand, such as washing clothes. dacʼedácʼe mul kʼaṭa dasenʔ mu ʔe ma šahya dáʔkʼuʔkʰe ʔ Wash fast, you will get there faster.

dacʼi·ṭ*   [dacʼiʔ]  da-, cʼi·ṭ*. Verb. mix everything together by hand. dacʼi·ṭi mix up! dacʼihtʰuʔ don't mix up! dacʼitʰmeʔ mix up (to several)! dacʼiṭa·ducé·du keep mixing up. synonyms: dahyol*, hyol*, hcec*2, dahyol*.

dacʼohlim*   [dacʼóhlimʔ]  daʔcʼolhma*.

dacʼonta*   [dacʼontaw]  daʔcʼon*.

dacʼotam*   [dacʼotámʔ]  dacʼo·m*.

dacʼoticʼ*   [dacʼotíʔ]  dacʼo·cʼ*.

dacʼotʰqo*   [dacʼotʰqow]  dacʼo·q*.

dacʼo·*1   [dacʼow]  da-, cʼo·*1. Verb. expose with the hand. ʔama· yo· qʰáʔbe dacʼo·y he dug and uncovered a rock unexpectedly. Example Variant: ʔama· yo· qʰaʔbe dácʼo·y.

dacʼo·cʼ*   [dacʼoʔ]  dacʼo·*1. Variant: dacʼoticʼ*. Verb. expose self with the hand. sʼuwa· qáhqo dacʼo·ci expose your bare shoulder! synonyms: dacʼo·yicʼ*.

dacʼo·yicʼ*   [dacʼo·yiʔ]  dacʼo·*1. Verb. expose with the hand. sʼuwa· qáhqo dacʼoyi·cʼi expose your bare shoulder! synonyms: dacʼo·cʼ*.

dacʼo·*2   [dacʼow´]  da-, cʼo·*2. Verb. transform with the hand, by rubbing or washing; make turn different color or shape with the hand. tʰuʔúl dacʼow to wear out by rubbing or washing a lot. kʼili dácʼow make black by rubbing something black on. dacʼo transform by rubbing! dacʼo·tʰúʔ don't transform by rubbing! dacʼoci·ducé·du @keep transforming by rubbing. dacʼo·qʰ @. dacʼo·qá· mu @.

dacʼo·cʼ*   [dacʼoʔ]  dacʼo·*1. Variant: dacʼoticʼ*. Verb. expose self with the hand. sʼuwa· qáhqo dacʼo·ci expose your bare shoulder! synonyms: dacʼo·yicʼ*.

dacʼo·m*   [dacʼomʔ´]  da-, cʼo·m*. Variant: dacʼotam*. Verb. break (a string) in two pieces by pressing with the hand. dacʼo·ma break it! dacʼotá·ma break them!

dacʼo·q*   [dacʼoʔ]  da-, cʼo·q*. Variant: dacʼotʰqo*. Verb. insert something into hand. dacʼo·qo push hand against something sharp (so it sticks)! dacʼotʰqome insert several things in hand! dacʼoqo·du @ is stuck in hand. dacʼóhqa make him stick his hand. dacʼo·qóʔtʰuʔ @don't stick in hand. docʼohtʰuʔ @ don't stick in hand.

dacʼo·ṭ*   [dacʼoʔ]  da-, cʼo·ṭ*1. Verb. break ends with hand; snap something taut (string) with hand. dacʼoṭʰciw break edge; break several (stretched strings) with one blow of hand. dacʼo·ṭi snap several strings!

dacʼo·yicʼ*   [dacʼo·yiʔ]  dacʼo·*1. Verb. expose with the hand. sʼuwa· qáhqo dacʼoyi·cʼi expose your bare shoulder! synonyms: dacʼo·cʼ*.

dacʼumatad*   [dacʼumá·tadu]  dacʼu·m*.

dacʼu·*   [dacʼuw]  da-, cʼu·*. Variant: dalucʼu·*. Verb. break with hand; by pressing. dacʼu múl ʔahayʔ break that wood with your hand! dalucʼú mul ʔahayʔ break those pieces of wood with your hand! dalucʼu·meʔ break several with hand (to several)! dacʼuci·du(wá·du) mul ʔahayʔ keep breaking that wood. dacʼu·tʰuʔ don't break with hand! dacʼuci·du is breaking with hand. dacʼu·cʼi break wrist by pressing hand against something! compare: dasʼa·*.

dacʼu·l*   [dacʼulʔ]  da-, cʼu·l*1. Verb. pluck feathers; burn (feathers) in fire. sʼihta dácʼu·li pluck feathers from the bird!

dacʼu·m*   [dacʼumʔ]  da-. Variant: dacʼumatad*. Verb. break off (needle or sticker) and leave some in hand. dacʼu·ma (to person).

dadahcʰi*   [dadáhcʰiw]  da-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. push over (not aside); push person over or push someone off of porch, stump, bank (not to a tree or house). dadáhcʰi push over one! dadáhcʰimeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dadáhcʰitʰuʔ don't push over! dadáhcʰime·du D: Durative. dadahcʰiti to knock over sep. men. haʔal ʔacaʔ tʼétʰmawal dadáhcʰimeʔ push over that man standing. compare: dahcʰa*, dadaʔdi*.

dadaq*   [dadaʔ]  daʔdi*3, -aq1. Verb. push forward with hand, push someone out the door or north or west. ʔuhwa dádaʔ to push outside. cuhula dadaʔ to push northwards. Example Variant: cuhuláhqʰaʔ dadaʔ.

dadaya*   [dadayáw]  daʔdayac*.

dadaʔdi*   [dadaʔdiw]  da-, daʔdi*3. Variant: dadaʔditi*; dasahtad*. Verb. push a person (not a thing) out of the way; make stagger by shoving with hand 9/58 | push over off of something; 7/59 | also used for big rocks. dadáʔdi mu·kito ʔ push him! dasikʼí·ti ma·cal ʔ flip them away! dadáʔdi D: Imperative. dadáʔdimeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasáhtacʼicʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dadáʔdici·du D: Durative. dasáhtadu D: Complete. compare: dadahcʰi*, dahcʰa*.

dadaʔditi*   [dadaʔditiw]  dadaʔdi*. Verb. make stagger by shoving with hand.

dadaʔyacʼ*   [dadaʔyaʔ]  . Verb. try grabbing (but miss).

dada·la*   [dada·láw]  daʔdi*1, -ala. Verb. 1 • put down in; bury.

2 • bury (a person). ʔacaʔ dada·law to bury a person.

dada·qocʼ*   [dada·qoʔ]  . Verb. take out from inside.

dade·bic*   [dade·biʔ]  . Verb. rise up.

dade·cʼ*   [dade·cʼ]  dade·d*.

dade·d*   [dade·du]  daʔdi*3, -ad2. Variant: dade·cʼ*. Verb. 1 • push along with the hand or paw, carry in the palm of the hand or with the fingers opposed to the palm; push along (log) by hand. dadenʔwadu to roll something around. dadecʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

2 • waves move along.

dadi*   [dadi]  daʔdi*1.

dadil*  da-, dil*. Verb. be beyond reach of hand. compare: dahtʰunh*.

dadi·cʼ*   [dadiʔ´]  da-, di·cʼ*2. Verb. put something under, on, or against oneself. dadi·cʼi put it under yourself! ʔahqʰa ʔóho dadicʼmela I put a hot water (bag) on myself. (put against self a bundle, not cloth).

daduw*   [daduwʔ]  da-, duw*2. Instr Verb Stem. walk straight by feeling with the hand. daduwaʔ to walk along straight by feeling.

dahal*   [dahalʔ]  da-, hal*. Variant: dahala·t*. Verb. dig. dahalʔ dig. dahali dig! daháltʰuʔ don't dig! dahalá·duwa·du @ dig all over. dahalá·tadu D: Plural Act. dahálmeʔ dig! (to in-law). dahalá·tacʼmeʔ @ keep digging! (pl).

dahalʔli   [dahálʔli]  Lit: where (they) dig dahal*, =wi. Noun. mine. ʔo·ro dahálʔli gold mine.

ʔahqʰa dahalʔ   [ʔahqʰa dáhalʔ]  Lit: water digging; water dig ʔahqʰa, dahal*. Noun. well.

ʔo·ro dahalʔli   [ʔó·ro dahalʔli]  Lit: where they dig gold ʔo·ro, dahal*, =li. Noun. gold mine.

dahala·t*   [dahalaʔ]  dahal*.

dahalʔli   [dahálʔli]  Lit: where (they) dig dahal*, =wi. Noun. mine. ʔo·ro dahálʔli gold mine.

dahcala·tad*   [dahcala·tadu]  dahcalh*. Verb. branching skeletal parts be bared with the hand; with waves.

dahcalh*   [dahcalʔ]  da-, hcalh*. Variant: dahcala·tad*. Verb. branching skeletal parts be bared. bihše háʔa qʼo dahcalá·du·y I just saw a deer with branching antlers going away.

dacahlim*   [dacáhlimʔ]  dahcalh*. Verb. several (trees) to be standing bare-branched.

dahcalhci*   [dahcálhciw]  dahcalh*, dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be lying bare-branched on the ground.

dahcalhci*   [dahcálhciw]  dahcalh*, dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be lying bare-branched on the ground.

dahcalhma*   [dahcálhmaw]  dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be standing bare-branched.

dahcalhci*   [dahcálhciw]  dahcalh*, dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be lying bare-branched on the ground.

dahcalhma*   [dahcálhmaw]  dahcalh*. Verb. (tree) be standing bare-branched.

dahcam*   [dahcamʔ]  hca*3. Verb. be bushy. cuʔqʼaṭi·cʼi, ʔaná· mito heʔe dáhcama ʔ comb yourself ; your hair is really bushy! compare: pihcam*, dahša*.

dahcelh*   [dahcelʔ]  da-, hcelh*. Verb. be obstructed, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves.

dahcelhma*   [dahcélhmaw]  dahcelh*. Verb. hold the hand spanning (some distance).

dahcelhma*   [dahcélhmaw]  dahcelh*. Verb. hold the hand spanning (some distance).

dahci*   [dahciw]  hci*4, da-. Verb. fasten several strands together into a rope by rolling between the palm and the thigh.

dahcʰa*   [dahcʰaw]  da-, hcʰa*1. Verb. push over with the hands or paws, be knocked over by waves. buṭaqa yaʔ ʔahca dáhcʰaw a bear pushed the house down. buṭaqa ʔem hohwa dahcʰaba ʔahca maʔ the bear knocked down the door and came in the house. dahcʰa knock over! dahcʰací·du keep knocking over! dahcʰameʔ knock over (to several)! dacʰátʰmeʔ knock over several (to several)! dacʰati knock over several! @ dahcʰati knock over one! dacʰatá·du keep knocking over several! compare: dadahcʰi*, dadaʔdi*.

dahcʰam*   [dahcʰamʔ]  dahcʰa*. Verb. push over onto something; push over and leave flattened. buṭaqáyaʔ ʔahca dáhcʰamʔ the bear knocked the house over and it's lying all around. dahcʰama D: Imperative. dacʰáhtima D: Plural. Example Variant: dacʰátʰma.

dahcʰam*   [dahcʰamʔ]  dahcʰa*. Verb. push over onto something; push over and leave flattened. buṭaqáyaʔ ʔahca dáhcʰamʔ the bear knocked the house over and it's lying all around. dahcʰama D: Imperative. dacʰáhtima D: Plural. Example Variant: dacʰátʰma.

dahcʰaṭ*   [dahcʰaʔ]  da-, hcʰaṭ*. Verb. mess up with hand. ciba·tʰin šukʰéhtaqoʔli dahcʰaṭánʔbina lamé·sa kʼaṭa daʔsʼóʔsʼicʰqʰ apparently someone messing around in the drawer messed up (wrinkled) the table cloth. dahcʰaṭi dig for something.

dahcʰi*1   [-]   Instr Verb Root. move aside or over; shove (a person), push over. synonyms: daʔdi*3.

cadahcʰi*   [cadahcʰiw]  ca-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. shove aside with the rear end. kawa·yu yaʔ ʔukulú·ta sili wi cadáhcʰiy the horse knocked the fence down (or aside) with its rear. (Note: the root is here used of inanimate object). compare: cadaʔdi*.

dadahcʰi*   [dadáhcʰiw]  da-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. push over (not aside); push person over or push someone off of porch, stump, bank (not to a tree or house). dadáhcʰi push over one! dadáhcʰimeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dadáhcʰitʰuʔ don't push over! dadáhcʰime·du D: Durative. dadahcʰiti to knock over sep. men. haʔal ʔacaʔ tʼétʰmawal dadáhcʰimeʔ push over that man standing. compare: dahcʰa*, dadaʔdi*.

dudahcʰi*   [dudahcʰiw]  du-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. knock over with finger.

hadahcʰi*   [hadahcʰiw]  ha-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. kick over, knock over with foot with swinging motion.

hidahcʰi*   [hidáhcʰiw]  hi-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. knock over thing (what sits). hidáhcʰimuʔ to shove e.o. aside or over. hidáhcʰiba to· ma paʔṭíʔṭiyicʼqawiy you shoved me away with your body and made me stagger. (on purpose or not). synonyms: hihcʰa*.

hidacʰac*   [hidacʰaʔ]  hidahcʰi*, hidahcʰi*. Verb. knock over thing.

hidacʰac*   [hidacʰaʔ]  hidahcʰi*, hidahcʰi*. Verb. knock over thing.

midahcʰi*   [midahcʰiw]  mi-2, dahcʰi*1. Verb. kick over with toes.

mudahcʰi*   [mudahcʰiw]  mu-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. bump and knock over. compare: mudaʔdi*, muhcʰa*.

pʰidahcʰi*   [pʰidahcʰiw]  pʰi-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. knock aside.

pʰudahcʰi*   [pʰudahcʰiw]  pʰu-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. be blown over or aside.

sidahcʰihqa*   [sidahcʰihqaw]  si-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. push with water (clean). ʔahqʰa wi hida· wi šihpʰa ʔel sidáhcʰihqa push the leaves on the road (off, aside) with water (to clean). (/coyotá·ducʰqa/ is about the same).

šudahcʰi*   [šudáhcʰiw]  šu-, dahcʰi*1. Verb. pull over, pull over (a tree), not nec. to get out of way. šudáhcʰi mul ʔacacʼ el cana·wiya yal ʔ pull out of the way that man (or could be a box); he’s blocking us (our view). šudáhcʰiwa·du(wa·du) D: Durative / Distributive. šudáhciti D: Intentive / Plural Object. šudáhcita·du D: Plural Object.

dahcʰi*2   [dahcʰíw]  da-, hcʰi*. Verb. hit with butt of hand so it really hurts. dahcʰiwá·duʔ to hit with butt of hand so it really hurts.

dahcʰoc*   [dahcʰoʔ]  da-, hcʰoc*1. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated form. Verb. tear up by rubbing.

dahcʰohcʰoc*   [dahcʰohcʰoʔ]  dahcʰoc*. Reduplicating Verb. to tear up to pieces by rubbing.

dahcʰohcʰoc*   [dahcʰohcʰoʔ]  dahcʰoc*. Reduplicating Verb. to tear up to pieces by rubbing.

dahcʰot*   [dahcʰoʔ]  da-, hcʰot*. Verb. be tired of doing (with hands). dahcʰotayʔ feil to finish washing because its too much for you (either you're lazy or work is too much).

dahcʰu*   [dahcʰuw]  da-, hcʰu*. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated form. Verb. crumble with hands.

dahcʰudahcʰu*   [dahcʰudahcʰuw]  dahcʰu*. Reduplicating Verb. crumble with hands. dahcʰúhcʰuci mul ʔama qʰanaʔ break up the clods to powder.

dahcʰuhcʰu*   [dahcʰuhcʰuw]  dahcʰu*. Reduplicating Verb. crumble with hands. synonyms: dahkʰuhkʰu*.

dahcʰudahcʰu*   [dahcʰudahcʰuw]  dahcʰu*. Reduplicating Verb. crumble with hands. dahcʰúhcʰuci mul ʔama qʰanaʔ break up the clods to powder.

dahcʰuhcʰu*   [dahcʰuhcʰuw]  dahcʰu*. Reduplicating Verb. crumble with hands. synonyms: dahkʰuhkʰu*.

dahka*   [dahkaw]  da-, hka*. Variant: dakaht*. Verb. be on all fours. dahkaci D: Semelfactive, Imperative.

dahkadahka*   [-]  dahka*. Reduplicating Verb. be on all fours repeatedly. dahkadáhka·du going along (or hence) on hands and knees. dahkadáhkama·duwa·du (baby) crawling around.

dahkam*   [dahkamʔ]  dahka*. Variant: dahkatim*. Instr Verb Stem. person to be with feet and hands on floor. dahkama D: Imperative. waṭaʔ qʰaʔbe tol dáhkamʔ the frog was raised up on the rock. Example Variant: ...dahkáṭmaw.. dahkamʔ be like a frog on all fours when body is raised up off the ground (not used of dogs who usually stand that way); person to be with feet and hands on floor. dakáhtimacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkamá·du D: Durative. dakáhtimtʰume D: Negative. dakáhtimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkámtʰuʔ D: Negative. dahkamciw D: Semelfactive. synonyms: dahkom*, dahkaṭʼma*.

dahkam   [dahkam]  dahkam*. Adjective. up off ground, like a frog on all fours, when its body is raised.

dahka·d*   [dahka·du]  dahka*. Variant: dakahtacʼ*. Verb. person to walk/crawl on hands and feet. dahka·du D: Durative. dakáhtacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkadu·cedú·cedu D: Durative, Directional "away". da(h)káhtacʼi·yicʼwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive.

dahkadahka*   [-]  dahka*. Reduplicating Verb. be on all fours repeatedly. dahkadáhka·du going along (or hence) on hands and knees. dahkadáhkama·duwa·du (baby) crawling around.

dahkam   [dahkam]  dahkam*. Adjective. up off ground, like a frog on all fours, when its body is raised.

dahkam*   [dahkamʔ]  dahka*. Variant: dahkatim*. Instr Verb Stem. person to be with feet and hands on floor. dahkama D: Imperative. waṭaʔ qʰaʔbe tol dáhkamʔ the frog was raised up on the rock. Example Variant: ...dahkáṭmaw.. dahkamʔ be like a frog on all fours when body is raised up off the ground (not used of dogs who usually stand that way); person to be with feet and hands on floor. dakáhtimacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkamá·du D: Durative. dakáhtimtʰume D: Negative. dakáhtimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkámtʰuʔ D: Negative. dahkamciw D: Semelfactive. synonyms: dahkom*, dahkaṭʼma*.

dahkam   [dahkam]  dahkam*. Adjective. up off ground, like a frog on all fours, when its body is raised.

dahkatim*   [dahkatimʔ]  dahkam*.

dahkaṭʼ*   [dahkaʔ]  da-, hkaṭʼ*. Verb. on all fours, on hands and knees. dahkáṭʼmaci·du D: Durative. dahkaṭʼí·biʔ to rise up to being on all fours. dahkaṭʼa·duwa·du crawl around on hands and knees.

dahkaṭʼci*   [dahkáṭʼciw]  dahkaṭʼ*. Verb. jump onto ground in the position /dahkamʔ”/; drop onto hands and feet or knees. dahkaṭʼí·biʔ D: Absolutive, Directional "up" or Inceptive. dahkaṭʼa·duwa·du to crawl around on hands and knees.

dahkaṭʼma*   [dahkáṭʼmaw]  dahkaṭʼ*. Verb. stay in one place on hands and feet; rise up to position like frog with body up. dahkáṭʼmaci·du D: Durative. biláhqal dahkaṭʼmaw go across on hands and feet. dahkaṭʼmame·du dahkaṭʼmadu go along on hands and feet. dahkaṭʼmaduʔ synonyms: dahkam*, dahkom*.

dahkaṭʼci*   [dahkáṭʼciw]  dahkaṭʼ*. Verb. jump onto ground in the position /dahkamʔ”/; drop onto hands and feet or knees. dahkaṭʼí·biʔ D: Absolutive, Directional "up" or Inceptive. dahkaṭʼa·duwa·du to crawl around on hands and knees.

dahkaṭʼma*   [dahkáṭʼmaw]  dahkaṭʼ*. Verb. stay in one place on hands and feet; rise up to position like frog with body up. dahkáṭʼmaci·du D: Durative. biláhqal dahkaṭʼmaw go across on hands and feet. dahkaṭʼmame·du dahkaṭʼmadu go along on hands and feet. dahkaṭʼmaduʔ synonyms: dahkam*, dahkom*.

dahka·d*   [dahka·du]  dahka*. Variant: dakahtacʼ*. Verb. person to walk/crawl on hands and feet. dahka·du D: Durative. dakáhtacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkadu·cedú·cedu D: Durative, Directional "away". da(h)káhtacʼi·yicʼwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive.

dahke*   [dahkew]  da-, hke*. Verb. have hand stopped while digging. ʔahqʰa ʔiyow do·la· da·qacʼinati dahkewiye·to I wanted to put my hands into deep water but something was in the way.

dahkela·tad*   [dahkelata·du]  dahkelh*. Verb. brush off something with hand.

dahkelh*   [dahkelʔ]  da-, hkelh*. Variant: dahkela·tad*. Verb. brush off something with hand.

dahko*1   [-]  da-, hko*2. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. sway back and forth.

dahkodahko*1   [dahkodáhko]  dahko*1. Reduplicating Verb. sway back and forth (of baby).

dahko*2   [-]  da-, hko*3. Cooccurrence: Always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Verb. make something knock (as by shaking it).

dahkodahko*2   [dahkodáhkow]  dahko*2. Reduplicating Verb. make knock by shaking.

dahkohko*   [dahkóhkow]  dahko*2. Reduplicating Verb. make something knock (as by shaking it).

dahkodahko*1   [dahkodáhko]  dahko*1. Reduplicating Verb. sway back and forth (of baby).

dahkodahko*2   [dahkodáhkow]  dahko*2. Reduplicating Verb. make knock by shaking.

dahkohko*   [dahkóhkow]  dahko*2. Reduplicating Verb. make something knock (as by shaking it).

dahkolhci*   [dahkolhciw]  da-, hkolh*. Instr Verb Stem. press on something and loosen it (door) (no sound).

dahkolhma*   [dahkólhmaw]  da-, hkolh*. Verb. press on something and loosen it (door). dahkólhmaw something arched.

dahkom*   [dahkómʔ]  da-, hko*1. Instr Verb Stem. hands and feet on the ground, knees bent; crouch; be like a sprinter at start of race, hands and feet on the ground, knees bent, resting at each end. ku·yí ʔyowe· ya ʔahqʰa mála· ṭʰahqawem pʰiʔtʼan hase qʰámʔli ʔacaʔ dáhkomʔ yal cadun once while we were playing by the river, suddenly in the brush a man was crouched watching us. dahkoma D: Imperative. dahkomá·du D: Durative. dakóhtimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkoci be with hands and feet on floor. dakóhyimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahkocí·du D: Durative. waṭacʼem qʰaʔbe tol cumaba dahko·bícʼba ʔahqʰa yo· bacula·y the frog sitting on the rock raised up (as frogs do) and jumped down into the water. dahkowa·yi to crawl to something. Example Variant: dahkoya·yi. synonyms: dahkam*, dahkaṭʼma*.

musu dahkomali   [musu dáhkomali]  musu·, dahkom*. Noun. where the log is resting on each end (like an old drum).

dahkotʰci*   [dahkótʰciw]  da-, hkot*. Verb. wear off by rubbing. dahkótʰci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dahkotá·du D: Durative. hawó·n dahkota·du used soap. dahkoti rub with hand and remove (paint)! or Use soap so it gets thin! hawo·n yaʔkʰe dahkótʰciqʰ our soap (bar) is thin from rubbing or washing. compare: dahsut*.

dahkoy*   [dahkoyʔ]  da-, hkoy*. Verb. crawl to something. dahkoya·yi D: Imperative. dahkoyá·law moving down in /dahkomʔ/ position. pʰánʔkitoʔna dahkoya·ducʰmela I’m going to go to my granddaughter’s. dahkoya·duʔ to crawl out of sight. dahkoyá·duʔ feeble old person to go away using hands to help himself along.

dahkʰe*   [dahkʰew]  da-, hkʰe*2. Verb. move with hand. dakʰénʔwadú one to push around by hand (car to start it). dakʰecʰwaʔ several to push around by hand. dakʰe·du ?? dakʰéhtadu ?? dakʰedu·cedú·cedu ??

dahkʰiṭʼ*   [dahkʰiʔ]  da-, hkʰiṭʼ*1. Verb. strain wrist. dahkʰiṭʼciʔ to strain wrist.

dahkʰo*   [dahkʰow]  da-, hkʰo*. Variant: dakʰot*. Verb. catch with hand (a thrown ball). dakʰoti catch several balls or one ball several times. cʼe·líʔ tiʔdu· li dahkʰoy he caught him from falling. dakʰotá·du D: Plural Durative. dahkʰo catch one! dahkʰocí·du D: Durative. dakʰótʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dakʰoʔ D: Plural Absolutive. pʰiʔkʼo mul dahkʰo catch ball! pʰiʔkʼo dákoti catch balls!

dahkʰuhkʰu*   [dahkʰúhkʰuw]  da-, hkʰu*. Reduplicating Verb. crush with the hand. synonyms: dahcʰuhcʰu*.

dahlal*   [dahlalʔ]  da-, hlal*. Verb. split (watermelon) by pressing. dahlala·ci split one. dahlali split several. dahlalá·tadu D: Durative.

dahle·m*   [dahlemʔ]  da-, hle·m*. Variant: daletam*. Verb. be striped (horizontally without directional suffixes); stretch across. dahle·ma (to one stipe) stretch across; stretch with hands on each side of door! dahlema·ducé·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dahlema·qacé·du be stripes upward. Example Variant: daletá·malqacʰmeʔ. daletamʔ stripes to run horizontally; also used for plaids. ciwalá· daletá·meʔ šaqa·cʼe· ma you’ve got a striped shirt on. Example Variant: ...daletamʔ.... daletá·ma(du) (to stripe) Be stripe across (to several)! daletá·malaw to be stripes downward. Example Variant: dahlema·la ~ dahlema·lamé·du.

dahli*   [-]  da-, hlic*1. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. dig into bank to cut it back.

dahlihlic*   [dahlíhliʔ]  dahli*. Reduplicating Verb. keep digging into bank to cut it back. dahlidáta·du D: Durative.

dahlihlic*   [dahlíhliʔ]  dahli*. Reduplicating Verb. keep digging into bank to cut it back. dahlidáta·du D: Durative.

dahlo*   [dahlow]  da-, hlo*2. Variant: dalol*. Verb. be clean; be cleaned with hand. dahloqa clean it off! dahlowé· mu it is clean. dalolé· ma·caʔ they are clean. dalólqa clean them off!

dahlohqa*   [dahlohqaw]  dahlo*. Verb. wash (stain) out (of clothes).

dahlohqa*   [dahlohqaw]  dahlo*. Verb. wash (stain) out (of clothes).

dahlokʼ*   [dahloʔ]  da-, hlokʼ*. Verb. flop hand back and forth. dahlokʼciw fold (chair), one flop, or fall and flop hand from bent back to bent front or vice versa. dahlókʼci fold (chair)! . dahlókʼcimeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Semelfactive. dahlókʼcitacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahlókʼcita·du one do one several places. dahlókʼa·law D: Directional "downward".

cumatʰma· dahlokʼciw   [cumátʰma· dahlókʼciw]  cumatʰmaw, dahlokʼ*. Noun. folding chair.

dahlokʼdahlokʼ*   [dahlókʼdahloʔ]  dahlokʼ*. Reduplicating Verb. flop the hand back and forth.

dahlokʼdahlokʼ*   [dahlókʼdahloʔ]  dahlokʼ*. Reduplicating Verb. flop the hand back and forth.

dahlo·m*   [dahlomʔ]  da-, hlo·m*2. Variant: daluhlu*. Verb. fold together something jointed; break but not into two pieces, bend on a hinge. ʔahá· miṭicʰma· dahlommela I broke by pressing the stick lying across (can be in two or not in two). dahlo·ma D: Imperative. dalotá·ma D: Imperative, Plural. dahloma·du D: Durative. dahlo·máʔtʰuʔ D: Plural Durative.

dahlud*   [dahludu]  da-, hlud*2. Variant: daluʔta*. Verb. knock off with the hand; detach. dalúʔtawa·law D: Plural, Directional "down". dalúʔta D: Plural, Imperative. dalúʔtame·du D: Plural, Durative. dalúʔta·maci D: Plural, Directional "inward". dalúʔtaw to knock down several. dalúʔtay daluʔtaqʰ D: Plural, Consequential. daluʔtaqam D: Plural, Causative. dalúʔtalaw D: Plural, Directional "down", Absolutive. daluʔtamu·li D: Plural, Locative. mu·kín ṭa dalu·taqam he knocked them off. dahludúʔbem would detach. Example Variant: dúʔba. dahludá·duwa·du detach here and there. dahludá·law to knock off a row downward. dahlúnba after detaching. Example Comment: @- /dahlún?ba/ ?. Example Variant: dahludú·li. dahludá·dem while detaching. Example Variant: dahludá·dun. dahlu·dánʔpʰ when detaching. Example Variant: dahlun(ʔ)pʰi. dahluyʔ he just knocked it off (visual). dahlunqʰ he just knocked it off (circum.) dahlúʔdo(m) he just knocked it off (quot.) dahludun ('nam) he just knocked it off (hear). dahlúʔyam D: Essive. dahlumqam D: Causative. dahludí·biʔ to start to knock off. dahluduʔyow D: Past Perfect. dahlúnʔkʰe D: Future. dahlunʔmiy distant past. dahlúnʔmeʔ D: Polite Imperative (to in-law). dahludá·du D: Durative. dahludá·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dahludá·law D: Directional "down". dahludá·qaʔ D: Directional "up". dahlu· mulʔ spill that. dahlúnʔmulʔ mu·kín ṭa dahluʔyam he knocked it off. dahludí·cʼedu knocked (owl) off himself. pʰala dáhludu to knock off again.

dahluṭʼ*   [dahluʔ]  da-, hluṭʼ*1. Verb. slip off, slip away, while pressing with hand. dahluṭʼciw hand pressed on something to slip. dahluṭʼa·law hand pressed on something slips down.

dahlu·c*   [dahluʔ]  da-, hlu·c*. Variant: daluhlu*. Verb. spill by hand. dahlu·ci spill one contents (obj. of verb) of sack! empty pocket by hand! dahluci·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dalúhlu spill several! dalúhlume·du D: Durative. dahlúcʼmeʔ several knock off one. dahlucʼa·lameʔ D: Plural Imperative, Directional "down". dalúʔta·mulmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahlúcʼmulmeʔ D: Plural Imperative ("in circle"). compare: šohqosʼ*, hkolh*.

dahmiy*   [dahmiyʔ]  da-, hmiy*. Verb. rub off (husk), rub off (acorn shell); keep moving stuff around in basket with hand. dahmiyi D: Imperative. dahmiyá·duwa·du D: Durative.

dahmohmo*   [dahmóhmow]  da-, hmo*. Verb. rub with hand; break up clods by passing hand over surface. dahmohmo smooth! break up clods by passing hand over a surface! dahmóhmopʰi mul sʼaʔsʼa ṭʼi· dáhkeli roll (beads) around in your hand; knock all the dirt off. dahmóhmow (could be) to roll around (lumpy flour) in hand to break up clods. ma cuhni· sʼíwʔwa·yi mul wihṭʰa dahmóhmow before you make bread, smooth the flour. dahmodámo·law D: Directional "down". dahmodámola·medu D: Directional "down". dahmodáhmommeʔ for several (beads).

dahmoy*   [dahmoyʔ]  da-, hmoy*. Verb. rub off surface with palms (skin, fuzz off peach); break up clods by pushing and moving slightly. kalikákʰ dahmo·teʔ I’m going to rub a piece of paper in my hands. cohšo dáhmo·yiʔ to rub hands together. dahmowá·tacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahmo·yi several times. Example Variant: dahmoyi. dahmoyá·duce·du D: Durative. dahmoyá·tadu D: Plural, Durative. ku·yi dáhmoyci do it once. dahmó·tʰuʔ D: Negative. dahmoyci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dahmó·meʔ D: Plural Imperative. compare: damil*.

dahmuhmuc*   [dahmúhmuʔ]  da-, hmu*. Reduplicating Verb. crush (glass) to pieces with hand (or something brittle); crush chair to pieces by pressing. dahmúhmuci D: Imperative.

dahmu·l*   [dahmulʔ]  da-, hmu·l*1. Verb. do incompletely, fail to complete, be left over, restricted to activities done with the hand. dahmu·li to fail to wash all. damula·taqa(·du) D: Causative. dahmula·duwá·du D: Durative. dahmu·láʔtʰuʔ D: Plural, Negative.

dahnadahna*   [dahnadahnaw]  dahnat*. Reduplicating Verb. try to move, by pushing, (no tremble meaning). dayamʔ ti min dahnadáhnaw he’s pushing and pushing, trying to move it. (no tremble meaning). dahnadáhna to keep trying to push.

dahnat*   [dahnaʔ]  da-, hnat*2. Verb. try to move by pushing. dahnati to try once to push.

dahnadahna*   [dahnadahnaw]  dahnat*. Reduplicating Verb. try to move, by pushing, (no tremble meaning). dayamʔ ti min dahnadáhnaw he’s pushing and pushing, trying to move it. (no tremble meaning). dahnadáhna to keep trying to push.

dahol*   [daholʔ]  da-, hol*. Verb. search for something unseen with hand, try to contact or feel for something with hand. dahólciyi·cʼi @. daholí·cʼi @. daholi feel for something! dahólmeʔ feel for something (to several)! daholá·duwa·du keep feeling around for something. daholácʼmeʔ (several) feel around for several things! daholá·tacʼmeʔ each searching for something different.

dahpahpa*1   [dahpahpaw]  da-, hpa*2. Reduplicating Verb. (the hand) come into repeated contact with something messy; repeatedly pat something messy, gooey. dahpáhpahpʰi dahpáhpacʼkʰe if you pat (that wet paint), you will smear it (on something else). maʔa múl dahpáhpapʰi kʼaṭa tól dahpáhpacʼkʰe ʔe· mu if you pat that food, it will get smeared on your clothes.

dahpahpa*2   [dahpáhpaw]  da-, hpa*1. Reduplicating Verb. smear with hand. dahpáhpapʰi dahpáhpacʼkʰe if you pat (that wet paint), you wil smear it (on something else). maʔa mul dahpáhpapʰi kʼaṭa tól dahpahpacʼkʰe ʔe·mu if you pat that food, it will get smeared on your clothes.

dahpanh*   [dahpanʔ]  da-, hpanh*. Variant: dapana·tad*. Verb. break up (e.g., clods of earth) with the hand. ʔama· dahkʰúhkʰucʰpʰi, dahpánhci break up the (clods of) earth with your hands and even the land with your palms. compare: daʔqʼac*.

dahpihpi*   [dahpihpi]  dahpʰihpʰi*.

dahpitʼ*   [dahpitʼ]  dahpʰitʼ*.

dahpo*   [dahpow]  da-, hpo*2. Verb. a three-dimensional space be filled completely and to overflowing with the hand. dahpotʰuʔ @ don't overflow. dahpowá·tacʼmeʔ @ overflow several! synonyms: pʰom*, tʼo*, bo·m*, cuṭʼa·q*, hpo*2, pa*2, pem*, pa·ṭ*1, pʰa·l*, pʰam*, hwisʼ*, pam*, paṭ*3, dohpo*, dohpo*.

dahpohpoc*   [dahpóhpoʔ]  dahpo*. Reduplicating Verb. stuff to be overflowing. dahpóhpocʰqaw to stuff full by hand. kahó·n ma miʔkʰe dahpóhpocʰqa stuff your box to overflowing!

dahpohpoc*   [dahpóhpoʔ]  dahpo*. Reduplicating Verb. stuff to be overflowing. dahpóhpocʰqaw to stuff full by hand. kahó·n ma miʔkʰe dahpóhpocʰqa stuff your box to overflowing!

dahponpoloc*   [dahpónpoloʔ]  da-, hponpolo*. Verb. make painfully swollen by repeated irritation by the palm of the hand. dahqʰáhqʰaba dahqʰáhqʰaba, daṭʼo·ba, dahpónpoloʔ having rubbed and rubbed, rubbed and rubbed, he rubbed the skin off and made it get painfully swollen. dahpónpoloci make swollen by rubbing! dahpónpolowacʼmeʔ make swollen by rubbing (to several)!

dahpʰaqʼ*   [dahpʰaqʼciw]  da-, hpʰaqʼ*. Verb. interior of a surface break from hand. dahpʰaqʼmaw push and break a chair seat with hand.

dahpʰidapʰitad*   [dahpʰidápʰita·du]  dahpʰihpʰi*. Reduplicating Verb. rub to pieces in several places.

dahpʰihpʰi*   [dahpíhpiw]  da-, hpʰi*1. Variant: dahpihpi*; dahpʰidapʰitad*. Reduplicating Verb. tear up or shred by rubbing with hand (or with claws). dahpʰíhpʰi shred! synonyms: dahpʰitʼ*.

dahpʰihpʰic*   [dahpʰíhpʰiʔ]  dahpʰihpʰi*. Reduplicating Verb. tear up by rubbing with hands. dahpʰíhpʰici tear it up! dahpíhpiʔ to tear up, wear our by rubbing.

dahpʰihpʰic*   [dahpʰíhpʰiʔ]  dahpʰihpʰi*. Reduplicating Verb. tear up by rubbing with hands. dahpʰíhpʰici tear it up! dahpíhpiʔ to tear up, wear our by rubbing.

dahpʰitʼ*   [dahpʰiʔ]  da-, hpʰitʼ*. Variant: dahpitʼ*; dapʰitʼpʰiʔtʼi*. Verb. tear, rip (paper, cloth, lettuce), with the hand. dahpítʼciw to tear (a rag) once with the hands. dahpitʼá·du to keep tearing with the hands. dahpitʼá·duwa·du to keep tearing here and there with the hands. Calque (of English slang): to tear around, move around wildly, go on a spree. ʔama dútʼaʔ ša· ʔin, mu ṭʼo dahpitʼá·dadun min sʼiw being a great worker, he does like he is tearing things up. Calque: work with speed. dapʰítʼpʰiʔtʼiw to tear several with the hands. dahpitʼá·qa go around moving fast doing things (tearing around). synonyms: dahpʰihpʰi*.

dahpʰohpʰo*   [dahpʰóhpʰow]  da-, hpʰo*. Reduplicating Verb. brush (dandruff) off (a coat) with the hand; fluff (a pillow). dahpʰóhpʰoci fluff (the pillow)!

dahpʰom*   [dahpʰomʔ]  da-, hpʰom*. Verb. waves to splash over (rocks). kuṭa·wi dahpʰomciw a wave came in once. baṭʰe·yi dahpʰomʔ waves came in many times. baṭʰe·yi dahpʰoma·du waves came in many times. duwecʼi ʔana hmi dahpʰomʔ yesterday the waves really slammed the rocks. compare: dapʰo·*.

dahpʰot   [dahpʰoʔ]  Lit: fog clouds Noun. 1 • fog. ʔaná· dahpʰoʔ ʔiw it is really foggy. Example Variant: ʔaná· dahpʰoʔ ʔiwam. dapʰóʔ qʰaba· thin, scattered clouds. dahpʰoʔ tʼomci the fog is rolling in. qawiṭa dahpʰóʔ ʔiwam it is a little foggy. dahpʰóʔ ṭa ʔiqam it is foggy. dahpʰotʼinsʼe· mu apparently it is foggy. compare: pʰom*; synonyms: qʰaba·.

2 • cloud (of dust).

dahpʰoʔ qʰaba·   [dahpʰóʔ qʰaba·]  Lit: fog cloud dahpʰot, qʰaba·. Noun. thin, wispy clouds.

dahpʰoṭ*   [dahpʰoʔ]  da-, hpʰoṭ*2. Verb. make many fine particles come off some larger object in repeated movements, brush off, with the hand. dahpʰoʔ to brush (crumbs) off (a table) with the hand. dahpʰoṭícʼbaʔnati, mayʔma waʔ dusted himself off anyway and just walked off (like nothing happened). Example Variant: dahpʰoṭí·cʼin, mayʔma waʔ.. dahpʰoṭi brush off with hand! compare: tʼo*, siṭʼan*.

dahpʰoʔ qʰaba·   [dahpʰóʔ qʰaba·]  Lit: fog cloud dahpʰot, qʰaba·. Noun. thin, wispy clouds.

dahpʰukʼut*   [dahpʰukʼúʔ]  da-, hpʰukʼut*. Variant: dapʰukʼut*. Verb. put hand, palm first, into something yielding, soft, or in water.

dahpʰuṭay*   [dahpʰuṭayʔ]  da-, hpʰuṭ*, -ay. Verb. be unable to finish (washing clothes) with hands.

dahpʰuṭʼ*   [dahpʰuʔ]  da-, hpʰuṭʼ*. Verb. hand become weak, lose control of hand. dahpʰúṭʼciw (when you press hand down to get up) hand to turn weak (so that it can’t raise you) ¡sem.

dahpʰuy*   [dahpʰuyʔ]  da-, hpʰuy*, da-, hpʰuy*. Verb. quickly thrust hand into something yielding. dahpʰú·ciw thrust palm of hand into (feather bed). dahpʰú·maw thrust hand into (water). ʔino yo· dihpʰú·ciw to fall into deep dust.

dahpʰu·*   [-]  da-, hpʰu·*. Cooccurrence: always with semelfactive -ci- or essive -ma-. Verb. thrust hand into something soft while falling. dahpʰú·maw falling, stick hand into water or feather bed. Example Variant: dahpʰó·maw.

dahqadahqa*   [dahqadáhqaw]  da-, hqa*4. Reduplicating Verb. repeatedly rub with the hand, wash often. dahqadáhqanati, baqʼo dahqálʔ tʰin although rubbed repeatedly, nothing is wiped off.

dahqalh*   [dahqalʔ]  da-, hqalh*. Verb. wipe off with the palm of the hand (e.g., dust from a table); wipe clean. dahqalá·law wipe downwards. daqáhlala wipe several downwards. dahqalá·qo wipe out hither. dahqalá·duci wipe hence. dahqáhlimá·qo wipe in hither. daqáhlaqo wipe several hither. daqahladu·ci wipe several hence. dahqalá·qa dust off (one table). daqalá·qa dust off (several tables). Example Variant: dahqalá·tadu. dahqalicʼ wipe sweat off self. kumíʔda ʔa mu·kito mahsiʔ dahyolá·dem mul dahqalí·cʼenʔ every time I rubbed charcoal on him, he rubbed it off himself. dahqálciw to wipe something clean in one place. dahqalí mulʔ wipe that! dahqaltaw to wipe several things. compare: daba·l*.

dahqosʼ*   [dahqoʔ]  da-, hqosʼ*. Variant: daqohsʼ*; daqosʼqoʔsʼo*. Verb. spill nonliquids with the hand, cause a group of solid objects to fall off, using the hand. dahqosʼá·law to spill into or onto something (i.e. sugar into sink). dahqósʼmaw to spill onto something. dahqósʼciw push table cloth off and spill what is on it. dahqosʼá·duʔ to spill and scatter. dahqosʼá·duci spill and scatter! dahqosʼá·cʼicʰmeʔ spill and scatter (to several)! daqʼohsʼacʼicʰmeʔ spill and scatter several (to several)! daqóhsʼaduʔ to spill and scatter several. dahqósʼci spill one! dahqósʼcitʰuʔ don't spill one! dahqósʼcimeʔ @. dahqósʼcime·du @. daqosʼqoʔsʼo one spill several!

daqosʼqoʔsʼo*   [daqosʼqoʔsʼow]  dahqosʼ*, dahqosʼ*. Verb. spill nonliquids with the hand.

dahqoṭol*   [dahqoṭolʔ]  da-, hqoṭol*1. Variant: daqoṭolta*. Verb. try to push something but fail to move it; try but fail to wash everything.

dahqoyʔ*   [dahqoyʔ]  da-, hqoyʔ*1. Verb. bend or sprain wrist by pressing the hand against something.

dahqoyʔci*   [dahqóyʔciw]  dahqoyʔ*. Verb. suddenly to bend the wrist, to strain or sprain the wrist. dahqóyʔci sprain wrist! dahqóyʔcimeʔ sprain wrist (to several)! dahqóyʔciwa·cʼiwacʼmeʔ @ keep spraining wrists (to several)!

dahqoyʔdahqoyʔ*   [dahqóyʔdahqoyʔ]  dahqoyʔ*. Reduplicating Verb. bend wrist back and forth. dahqóyʔdahqoyi bend your wrist back and forth! dahqóyʔdahqoyʔmameʔ several get twisting wrists. dahqóyʔdaqoya·cʼiwacʼmeʔ @.

dahqoyʔci*   [dahqóyʔciw]  dahqoyʔ*. Verb. suddenly to bend the wrist, to strain or sprain the wrist. dahqóyʔci sprain wrist! dahqóyʔcimeʔ sprain wrist (to several)! dahqóyʔciwa·cʼiwacʼmeʔ @ keep spraining wrists (to several)!

dahqoyʔdahqoyʔ*   [dahqóyʔdahqoyʔ]  dahqoyʔ*. Reduplicating Verb. bend wrist back and forth. dahqóyʔdahqoyi bend your wrist back and forth! dahqóyʔdahqoyʔmameʔ several get twisting wrists. dahqóyʔdaqoya·cʼiwacʼmeʔ @.

dahqʰa*   [-]  da-, hqʰa*3. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. rub with the hand; with waves. compare: daqʰal*2, daqʰal*1.

dahqʰadahqʰa*   [dahqʰdáhqʰaw]  dahqʰa*. Variant: dahqʰadaqʰata·d*. Reduplicating Verb. rub repeatedly with the hand. dahqʰadáhqʰa, ʔima cʰíhyaʔ rub it, it cramped. dahqʰadáhqʰata·du rub in several places. dahqʰadáhqʰa mul ʔima cʰihya ʔ rub it, it cramped. Example Variant: dahqʰadáhqʰa ʔima cʰihya mul ʔ. dahqʰadáqʰa·cʼi rub self back and forth. dahqʰadáhqʰamʔ several rub with hand back and forth. dahqʰadáhqʰacidu keep rubbing habitually.

dahqʰahqʰa*   [dahqʰáhqʰaw]  dahqʰa*. Reduplicating Verb. rub or slide with hands; with waves. dahqʰáhqʰawe to be·li, duṭʰalaʔ rub me with your hands back here; it pains me. dahqʰahqʰa rub around gently where it pains! dahqʰahqʰaw rub with hand back and forth.

dahqʰadahqʰa*   [dahqʰdáhqʰaw]  dahqʰa*. Variant: dahqʰadaqʰata·d*. Reduplicating Verb. rub repeatedly with the hand. dahqʰadáhqʰa, ʔima cʰíhyaʔ rub it, it cramped. dahqʰadáhqʰata·du rub in several places. dahqʰadáhqʰa mul ʔima cʰihya ʔ rub it, it cramped. Example Variant: dahqʰadáhqʰa ʔima cʰihya mul ʔ. dahqʰadáqʰa·cʼi rub self back and forth. dahqʰadáhqʰamʔ several rub with hand back and forth. dahqʰadáhqʰacidu keep rubbing habitually.

dahqʰadaqʰata·d*   [dahqʰadaqʰata·du]  dahqʰadahqʰa*.

dahqʰahqʰa*   [dahqʰáhqʰaw]  dahqʰa*. Reduplicating Verb. rub or slide with hands; with waves. dahqʰáhqʰawe to be·li, duṭʰalaʔ rub me with your hands back here; it pains me. dahqʰahqʰa rub around gently where it pains! dahqʰahqʰaw rub with hand back and forth.

dahqʰalh*   [dahqʰalʔ]  da-, hqʰalh*. Variant: daqʰalta*. Verb. dust. dahqʰali dust! dahqʰalá·du keep dusting! dahqʰálmeʔ dust (to several)! daqʰáltameʔ dust several (to several)!

dahqʰaṭ*   [dahqʰaʔ]  da-, hqʰaṭ*1. Verb. rip by hand. dahqʰaṭi rip by hand!

dahqʰayʔma*   [dahqʰáyʔmaw]  da-. Instr Verb Stem. slide the palm of the hand across (a smooth table top).

dahqʰolh*   [dahqʰolʔ]  da-, hqʰolh*. Variant: daqʰolta*. Verb. break through with the hand, drill hole. hida·wi ʔahqʰa dáqʰohlimʔ they let out the water in the road (puddles) (digging) by hand. dahqʰoli drill hole! dahqʰóltʰuʔ don't drill hole! daqʰóhlima D: Plural. compare: qʰol.

dahsa*1   [dahsaw]  daʔdi*1. Variant: dasa*. Verb. 1 • move several with the hand. cumátʰma· lamé·sa tol dahsama put the chairs on the table! dasáhtadu D: Durative. pʰiʔṭʼaʔṭʼaw bisamʔ to use the clapper.

2 • move as ocean wave.

dahsa*2   [dahsaw]  da-, hsa*3. Verb. go stop someone from doing something. dahsamciʔ to walk around in dark with hand in front and hit something with hand – it couldn’t go through. dahsameʔ stop someone.

dahsa*3   [dahsaw]  da-, hsa*2. Verb. warn, admonish, tell not to do, tell to stop. dahsawíye· yal he told us to stop doing that.

dasatad*   [dasata·du]  dahsa*3. Variant: dasatacʼ*. Verb. warn, admonish, dissuade. ma·cál dasata·du to warn several. dasatá·du to admonish. dasatá·duwa·du D: Durative. ma·caʔ duhkʰú·muʔli ʔa dasatá·du they had a fight and I stopped them. dasata·cʼiwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Object, Plural Imperative. synonyms: basatad*.

dahsac*   [dahsaʔ]  . Verb. store [?] dahsácʰmeʔ ?? store plural ??

dahsakʼa·t*   [dahsakʼaʔ]  da-, hsakʼa·t*. Verb. bounce with the hand; hand be jarred. cʼe·lícʼba ʔahsi· dahsakʼátʰwiye·to falling, my hand was jarred hard (on catching myself). compare: dahsikʼi·t*.

dahsam*   [dahsamʔ]  daʔdim*. Verb. put, pick up several things on a surface off the ground. cumátʰma· lamé·sa tol dahsama put the chairs on the table.

dahse*   [dahsew]   Verb. wash (clothes, food).

dahsetʼ*   [dahseʔ]  da-, hsetʼ*. Verb. wash self.

dasetʼmacʼ*   [dasetʼmaʔ]  dahsetʼ*. Verb. several people (a group) washing themselves.

dahsewacʼ*   [dahsewacʼ]  dahsewad*.

dahsewad*   [dahsewadu]   Variant: dahsewacʼ*. Verb. wash (clothes).

dahsey*   [dahseyʔ]  da-, hsey*2. Verb. spread (cloth) over something with the hand. dahseyá·qa push cloth over something to cover it! daséhyaqa D: Plural, Causative, Imperative. dahseyá·qa spread out cloth over something by hand.

dahsikʼi·t*   [dahsikʼiʔ]  da-, hsikʼi·t*. Verb. brush off or away (insect from self, vase from table). dahsikʼí·ti D: Imperative. dasikʼí·ti D: Plural Object Imperative. compare: dahsakʼa·t*.

dahsilh*   [dahsilʔ]  da-, hsilh*. Verb. get a sliver in the hand (palm), paw. cabáhla· dahsílhmawiye· to a sliver ran into my hand. Example Variant: dahsílhciwiye· to.

dahsim*   [dahsimʔ]  da-, hsim*. Verb. extinguish (fire), with the hand, by brushing with hand. ʔoho dáhsim put out fire with hand. heʔén dahsimácʼkʰetʰin he couldn’t brush it out (fire).

dahsis*   [dahsis]  da-, hsis*. Verb. itch, have surface irritation. kihlaʔ dahsísmaw it still itches (painful, not just itch).

dahsit*   [dahsiʔ]  da-, hsit*. Verb. make into pieces with hand.

dahsitʼ*   [dahsiʔ]  da-, hsitʼ*. Verb. itch, feel itchy. dahsitʼé· to I itch. Example Variant: dahsité· to. dahsitʼi (to itch) Itch! dahsitʼá·tadu (to several) itch! hoʔtʼo dáhsitʼe· to my head itches. hoʔtʼo dáhsitʼqacʼe· ma·caʔ their heads itch. hoʔtʼo dáhsitʼqacʼe· mu·kinʔ his head itches. hoʔtʼo dahsitʼe· mu·kito his head itches.

dahsohso*   [dahsohsow]  da-, hso*. Reduplicating Verb. sprinkle (clothes to iron).

dahsokʼo·t*   [dahsokʼoʔ]  da-, hsokʼo·t*1. Verb. spurt with the hand. dasokʼó·ti D: Plural Imperative (several places). synonyms: dahšokʼo·t*.

dahsom*   [dahsomʔ]  da-, hsom*1. Verb. rub off with fingers; erase.

dahsoṭ*   [dahsoʔ]  da-, hsoṭ*. Variant: dasohṭ*. Verb. brush off with the hand; splash, scatter little pieces with the hand. dahsoṭi scatter (paper, dust, feathers, leaves, stones). dasoṭá·duʔ to scatter with hand. dasoṭá·duci D: Directional "away". dasoṭá·cicʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasoṭádu·tʰuʔ D: Durative, Negative. dahsoṭi brush that off! (dust, dandruff). dasóhṭaduʔ to splash (water) around with hands.

dahsuhsu*   [dahsuhsuw]  da-, hsu*2. Verb. be scratched up (on surface). dahsúhsuʔ scratched up.

dahsut*   [dahsuʔ]  da-, hsut*. Verb. make into pieces with the hand (like a leftover bar of soap). dahsuti leave that (tiny sliver of soap)! dahsutá·du D: Durative. dahsutácʼmeʔ D: Plural Object, Plural Imperative. dahsutʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. hawó·n dahsuʔ soap to wear smaller and smaller. dahsutʼi D: Imperative. dahsútʼciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. compare: dahkotʰci*.

dahša*   [dahšaw]  da-, hša*2. Verb. have unkempt hair; be with (hair) sticking out all over; hair to be bushy; dissarange with hand. dahšaci be with mussed hair long or short time. kalikakʰ dahšáʔ bawili milu· kaho·n li ʔ put the papers loose in the box there! (not pushed down tight). dašatácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahšamá·du D: Essive, Durative. dašátʰmameʔ D: Essive, Plural Imperative. dašáhtimmeʔ D: Essive, Plural Imperative. dahšamʔ be with (hair) sticking out all over; hair to be bushy. compare: dahcam*, puhšaš*, šuhšahša*, duša·maw.

dahšahša*   [dahšahšaw]  dahša*. Reduplicating Verb. disarrange, mess up, with the hand (palm). kʼaṭa dahšahšaʔ to mess up cloth so not neat (no mat down meaning). dahšahšayiʔ D: Reflexive, Absolutive.

dahšac*   [dahšaʔ]  da-, hšac*. Verb. pack loosely; put stuff into something any old way, gather various small things into pile. dahšaci pack it loose (so clothes won’t wrinkle)! dahšacá·duwa·du D: Plural, Durative. dašáhciwacʼiwacʼmeʔ D: Plural, Durative, Imperative (here and there). dašahcimeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

dahšahša*   [dahšahšaw]  dahša*. Reduplicating Verb. disarrange, mess up, with the hand (palm). kʼaṭa dahšahšaʔ to mess up cloth so not neat (no mat down meaning). dahšahšayiʔ D: Reflexive, Absolutive.

dahšan*   [dahšanʔ]  da-, hšan*. Verb. push on something resilient.

dahše*   [dahšew]  da-, hše*1. Cooccurrence: only with negative. Verb. not miss anything by touching. dahšew ʔtʰin not miss anything by touching.

dahši*   [-]  da-, hši*1. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. scatter with the hand.

dahšihši*   [dahšíhšiw]  dahši*. Reduplicating Verb. scatter (grass or leaves) (like chickens but with hand). synonyms: dahšuhšu*.

dahšihši*   [dahšíhšiw]  dahši*. Reduplicating Verb. scatter (grass or leaves) (like chickens but with hand). synonyms: dahšuhšu*.

dahšohšo*   [dahšohšow]  da-, hšo*2. Reduplicating Verb. 1 • move hand through hair, rustle (hair, leaves).

2 • knock off something easy; come off (like loose berries, or leaves). compare: dahšolh*.

dahšokʼo·t*   [dahšokʼoʔ]  da-, hšokʼo·t*. Verb. wash with the hand. kʼaṭa sʼáʔsʼa qʼoʔdi dášokʼo·tʰ the dirt on the clothes comes off easy when washing (wet, not dry). Example Variant: ...dásokʼo·tʰ.. synonyms: dahsokʼo·t*.

dahšolh*   [dahšolʔ]  da-, hšolh*. Verb. by hand to brush off dust, shedding hair, leaves from tree. dahšoli brush off (dust, hair, leaves)! dahšólhciw to brush off one thing. dahšolá·tadu to brush off several places. compare: dahšohšo*.

dahšu*   [-]  da-, hšu*2. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. scatter with hand.

dahšuhšu*   [dahšuhšuw]  dahšu*. Reduplicating Verb. rustle with hand. dahšuhšuhuc D: Semelfactive. dahšuhšuʔ rustle around or mess around in. synonyms: dahšihši*.

dahšuhšu*   [dahšuhšuw]  dahšu*. Reduplicating Verb. rustle with hand. dahšuhšuhuc D: Semelfactive. dahšuhšuʔ rustle around or mess around in. synonyms: dahšihši*.

dahta*   [-]  da-, hta*1. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. slap or pat something soft or wet.

dahtadahta*   [dahtadahtaw]  dahta*. Reduplicating Verb. pat on something soft like dough or mud.

dahtahta*   [dahtáhtaw]  dahta*. Reduplicating Verb. repeatedly slap something wet (or dry added later). dahtáhtaci repeatedly slap a little bit. maṭʼqʰa dáhtahtaw to slap repeatedly on mud. ʔahqʰa dáhtahtaw to slap repeatedly on water. dahtáhta D: Imperative. synonyms: pahtahta*; compare: dahtehte*.

dahtadahta*   [dahtadahtaw]  dahta*. Reduplicating Verb. pat on something soft like dough or mud.

dahtahta*   [dahtáhtaw]  dahta*. Reduplicating Verb. repeatedly slap something wet (or dry added later). dahtáhtaci repeatedly slap a little bit. maṭʼqʰa dáhtahtaw to slap repeatedly on mud. ʔahqʰa dáhtahtaw to slap repeatedly on water. dahtáhta D: Imperative. synonyms: pahtahta*; compare: dahtehte*.

dahtay*   [dahtayʔ]  da-, htay*1. Verb. touch with the hand. dahtayinʔ I see him touching. dahtayin I hear him touching.

dahte*   [-]  da-, hte*. Cooccurrence: only reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. pat repeatedly dry object.

dahtehte*   [dahtehtew]  dahte*. Reduplicating Verb. pat repeatedly dry object, not wet. dahtehteʔ to spread smooth, arrange. compare: dahtahta*.

dahtehte*   [dahtehtew]  dahte*. Reduplicating Verb. pat repeatedly dry object, not wet. dahtehteʔ to spread smooth, arrange. compare: dahtahta*.

dahtenh*1   [dahténʔ]  da-, htenh*1. Verb. massage by patting with hand.

dahtenh*2  da-, htenh*2. [dahténʔ]   Verb. make even by pressing with hand, arrange. dahténhciyi·cʼi mito heʔe ʔ arrange your hair!

dahtohto*   [dahtohtow]  da-, hto*1. Reduplicating Verb. stuff with the hand. kahó·n miʔkʰe qʼoʔdi cuṭʼaʔ dáhtohtoci overfill your box until it is good and full! kahó·n miʔkʰe dahtóhtocʰqa overfill your box! Example Variant: kahó·n miʔkʰe dahtohtoci. dahtóhtoʔ D: Semelfactive, Absolutive.

dahtʰunh*   [dahtʰunʔ]  da-, htʰunh*. Verb. not quite touch with the hand; not quite press on with the hand. dahtʰunhciʔ I didn’t quite touch it (too far for me to press on). datʰunʔtacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. compare: dadil*.

dahṭanṭalac*   [dahṭánṭalaʔ]  da-, hṭanṭala*, da-. Instr Verb Stem. fade from washing. dahṭánṭalaci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dahṭánṭalawa·du to fade (several).

dahṭihṭi*   [dahṭihṭiw]  da-, hṭihṭi*. Verb. pound with the palm of hand. dahṭihṭiw to pound (chair) several times with palm.

dahṭʰa*   [dahṭʰaw]  da-, hṭʰa*2. Verb. unloose with the hand; open with the hand; uncover with the hand, paw. daṭʰaʔ to push open ("hence" probably). daṭʰa·qa D: Causative. daṭʰa·qa·duwá·du D: Durative. daṭʰahtʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰa·qáʔtʰuʔ D: Causative, Negative. daṭʰáhtaqa D: Causative, Imperative. daṭʰáhtahtʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰáhtaqa·du D: Durative, Causative. hayu yáʔ ti· ʔihya· danamyal dahṭʰay I saw the dog dig up the bone that he had buried.

dahṭʰehṭʰe*   [dahṭʰehṭʰew]  da-, hṭʰehṭʰe*. Verb. spread out with the hand (like prunes for drying). kalikakʰ miʔkʰe dahṭʰéhṭʰe spread your papers out with palm, several with one or few movements! Example Comment: @+. kalikakʰ miʔkʰe dahṭʰedáhṭʰe keep on spreading with quick movements! kalikakʰ miʔkʰe daṭʰe spread your papers in one movement!

dahṭʰinh*   [dahṭʰinʔ]  da-, hṭʰinh*. Verb. press firmly to ease pain or to straighten something out; massage with the hand on a person. dahṭʰini D: Imperative. dahṭʰiná·du D: Absolutive. dahṭʰínmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahṭʰínmameʔ (urging someone to correct all over); (sug.) daṭʰíntameʔ D: Plural Imperative. mu ʔa winatów dahṭʰinʔba, yuyucʰqaw when I pressed it firmly, I made it straight.

dahṭʰolaq   [dahṭʰolaʔ]  da-, hṭʰolh*, -aq1. Verb. force one's way through. dono tol ʔimo dahṭʰolahy in the mountain a tunnel was made through.

dahṭʰolhma*   [dahṭʰólhmaw]  da-, hṭʰolh*, -m2. Verb. force one's way through (brush); one to rub with hand to make hole. heʔe· dahṭʰólmaʔkʰetʰin he couldn’t force his way through the brush.

dahwatʼ*   [dahwaʔ]  da-, hwatʼ*. Verb. flop, disintegrate, lose tenseness, tone, collapse. dahwátʼci mulʔ D: Squash that! dihwatʼá·law to fall loosely and ragged, not nec. to pieces.

dahwe·n*   [dahwenʔ]  da-, hwe·n*. Verb. shake, using hands. qʰale dahwene· Violet Violet is shaking the tree. qʰale₁ dahwenmaw₂ (They) are shaking the tree.

dahwisʼ*   [dahwiʔ]  da-, hwisʼ*. Verb. smoke, fog swirl, move. dahwísʼmaw (smoke) to be all over as from a forest fire. dahwisʼa·qaʔ D: Causative, Absolutive. dahwisʼciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. dahpʰóʔ dahwisʼmaw heavy fog is around. hosa dono wína· dahwisʼa·qa·y the smoke rose up the hill. (not nec. all over).

dahyal*   [dahyalʔ]  da-, hyal*. Verb. have to tend to, do chores. dahyalíʔ cʰoʔ free from duties or chores. dahyalíʔqʼo with duties, responsibilities, chores. dahyalí·cʼede· naṭa pʰankinʔ my daughter has a child to tend to. (she isn’t free anymore). dahyalí·cʼiwaʔ D: Absolutive. dahyálqaw (baby) to make (mother) tend to it (by being crybaby). dahyálqawa·taʔ D: Causative, Absolutive.

dahyol*   [dahyolʔ]  da-, hyol*. Verb. mix up with hand, mix (salt or pepper) in. dahyoʔ to sprinkle (salt or pepper) on top on one thing; to smear on with hand or pat on with hand in one place. dahyo·ci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dahyoci·ducé·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dahyocʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahyo·yícʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. dahyoyí·cʼiwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahyoli rub on something (around but scattered). dahyolmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dahyoliʔ to spread liquid on self. dayolá·qa put (salt) on several things. dahyolá·tadu to put in salt, or rub all over. dayolmaʔ putting face powder, cream, etc. on self. dahyo·ci mul ʔ D: Imperative. dahyo·lí mul ʔ D: Imperative. mil ʔbakʰe be·li dáhyo·ci to ʔ dab some of that (cologne) on me! ʔahqʰa tó dahyo·ci dab water on me! Example Variant: mul ʔáhqʰa to dahyo·ci. synonyms: hyol*, hcec*2, dacʼi·ṭ*, dacʼi·ṭ*.

dahyu*   [-]  da-, hyu*2. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. shake to wake up.

dahyuhyu*   [dahyuhyuw]  dahyu*. Reduplicating Verb. shake to wake up with the hands. dahyúhyucʰpʰi, dawayi "By push let go ? wake up! dahyúhyupʰi.. keep it up!

dahyuhyu*   [dahyuhyuw]  dahyu*. Reduplicating Verb. shake to wake up with the hands. dahyúhyucʰpʰi, dawayi "By push let go ? wake up! dahyúhyupʰi.. keep it up!

dahyut*   [dahyuʔ]  da-, hyut*. Verb. break something crumbly, with the hand (palm). dahyutʰciw to break by pushing.

dahyuṭ*   [dahyuʔ]  da-, hyuṭ*. Verb. stir, poke with the hand. dahyúṭʰmaw doctor to poke around on patientsʼ bellies. dahyuṭʰciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. dahyuṭi D: Imperative. dahyuṭá·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away".

dakaht*   [dakáhtiw]  dahka*.

dakahtacʼ*   [dakahtaʔ]  dahka·d*.

dakel*   [dakelʔ]  da-, kel*1. Variant: dakelta*. Verb. straighten with the hand; massage, pass hand over a surface to make smooth. dakelíto mihya massage my neck! synonyms: pakel*, hṭʰinh*; compare: datul*.

dakeli·cʼ*   [dakeliʔ]  dakel*. Verb. straighten self out or take out aches. dakeli·cʼi D: Imperative.

dakeli·cʼ*   [dakeliʔ]  dakel*. Verb. straighten self out or take out aches. dakeli·cʼi D: Imperative.

dakelta*   [dakeltaw]  dakel*. Verb. massage.

dake·ṭ*   [dakeʔ]  da-, ke·ṭ*. Verb. with palm to take off corner.

dakikiṭ*   [dakikíʔ]  da-, kiki·ṭ*. Verb. with the hand to rub on a washboard.

dakimci*   [dakímciw]  da-, kim*. Verb. stretch something out with hands (cloth, not rubber band). kʼaṭa mul dakimci stretch out that cloth!

daki·l*   [dakilʔ]  da-, ki·l*1. Variant: daki·lm*. Verb. wave with hand (usually sideways); wave arms aimlessly. daki·li wave! daki·li míto ʔiša· wave your arms around! dakila·ducé·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dakilmameʔ D: Plural Imperative. dakilíyow Example Comment: Absolutive.

daki·lʔdaki·l*   [dakilʔdakílʔ]  daki·l*. Reduplicating Verb. keep on swinging quickly.

daki·lm*   [dakilmáw]  daki·l*.

daki·lʔdaki·l*   [dakilʔdakílʔ]  daki·l*. Reduplicating Verb. keep on swinging quickly.

daki·š*   [dakiš]  da-, ki·š*. Verb. stretch over a surface, with the hand; stretch non-long object tight with hand. daki·ši D: Absolutive. Example Variant: daṭi·šiʔ. dakiši·ci stretch cloth or skin taut, not string! (for string use kim-, ṭim-, kel. ʔaná· hawo·nli ʔusaʔ bato huʔu·mo dakišciwiy I really washed my face with soap and it shrank taut. compare: daṭi·š*.

dako   [dako´]   Noun. butt of hand. cohšo dáko butt of hand.

dakolm*   [dakolmaw]  dako·l*.

dako·l*   [dakolʔ]  da-, ko·l*. Variant: dakolm*. Verb. turn with hand; work drill by moving hand up and down.

dakʰeṭ*   [dakʰeʔ]  da-, kʰeṭ*. Verb. one to part (grass) with hands (to make path). wara·ha mul dakʰeṭa·qa deal the cards! dakʰeṭaʔ to deal (cards). dakʰehṭaʔ several part or one part several times. compare: wara·ha, waraha·r*.

dakʰi*   [dakʰiw]  da-, kʰi*. Verb. stretch (rubber) by pushing with hand.

dakʰot*   [dakʰóʔ]  dahkʰo*.

dakʰu·l*   [dakʰulʔ]  da-, kʰu·l*1. Verb. feel lumpy with hand. dakʰu·lal dahkʰúhkʰuci I am making the lumpy (earth) fine by rubbing between palms of my hand.

dakʼahni*   [dakʼáhniw]  dakʼa·n*, -h-.

dakʼanay*   [dakʼanáyʔ]  dakʼa·n*, -ay. Verb. from pushing to be leaning against.

dakʼa·n*   [dakʼanʔ]  da-, kʼa·n*. Variant: dakʼahni*. Verb. tilt, lean, be askew, standing object be off the vertical as a result of pushing with the hand.

dakʼanay*   [dakʼanáyʔ]  dakʼa·n*, -ay. Verb. from pushing to be leaning against.

dakʼa·nci*   [dakʼancíw]  dakʼa·n*. Verb. push (a stake) out of vertical.

dakʼa·nci*   [dakʼancíw]  dakʼa·n*. Verb. push (a stake) out of vertical.

dakʼihtimaʔ*   [dakʼihtimaʔ]  da-, kʼiṭʰ*2. Verb. have parallel stripes running sideways; have horizontal stripes.

dakʼihṭʰala*   [dakʼíhṭʰalaw]  da-, kʼiṭʰ*2, -ala. Verb. have parallel stripes running downward; have vertical stripes.

dakʼihṭʰalaw   [dakʼíhṭʰalaw]  dakʼihṭʰala*. Adjective. striped. dakʼíhṭʰalayya D: Plural.

dakʼihṭʰalaw   [dakʼíhṭʰalaw]  dakʼihṭʰala*. Adjective. striped. dakʼíhṭʰalayya D: Plural.

dakʼi·*   [dakʼiw´]  da-, kʼi·*1. Verb. scratch with the fingernails (or claws of animals) with the fingers moving perpendicular to the plane of the nails (toward the palm); cut hand on something.

dakʼohn*   [dakʼóhniw]  daʔkʼonh*.

dakʼoṭa·tad*   [dakʼoṭa·tadú]  dakʼo·ṭ*.

dakʼo·l*   [dakʼolʔ]  da-, kʼo·l*. Verb. dig a hole with the hand. dakʼolá·ducé·d dakʼo·lácʼmeʔ D: Plural. dakʼola·la dig deeper; dig down. ʔiyó· min dakʼola·la dig down deeper. dakʼóhlala dig several holes deeper.

dakʼo·ṭ*   [dakʼoʔ´]  da-, kʼo·ṭ*. Variant: dakʼoṭa·tad*. Verb. 1 • wipe out with the palm of the hand a depression not on one’s own body.

2 • dig (on the ground). dakʼo·ṭí D: Imperative. dakʼo·ṭácʼmeʔ D: Plural.

dakʼo·ṭicʼ*   [dakʼo·ṭíʔ]  dakʼo·ṭ*. Verb. wipe out with the palm of the hand on oneself (sweat from armpit); wipe under arm, between toes or in ears or nostrils. dakʼoṭi·cʼi D: Imperative. dakʼoṭi·cʼedú·cedu D: Durative. dak'óṭʰmacʼmeʔ D: Plural.

dakʼo·ṭicʼ*   [dakʼo·ṭíʔ]  dakʼo·ṭ*. Verb. wipe out with the palm of the hand on oneself (sweat from armpit); wipe under arm, between toes or in ears or nostrils. dakʼoṭi·cʼi D: Imperative. dakʼoṭi·cʼedú·cedu D: Durative. dak'óṭʰmacʼmeʔ D: Plural.

dakʼum*   [dakʼúmʔ]  da-, kʼum*. Verb. be too much or too difficult to do, do to one’s limit, restricted to activities done with the hand (palm). kʼaṭa dahsewá·du dakʼumáhwiye· to I am tired of washing clothes. Example Variant: daṭʼemáhwiye· to. dakʼumaʔ tired of washing. compare: daṭʼem*.

dakʼut*   [dakʼúʔ]  daʔkʼu*.

dalac*   [daláʔ]  da-, lac*. Verb. miss (catching something) with hand. dalaci miss it! dalácʰmeʔ miss it! (to in-law?) synonyms: daʔdayac*.

daladala*   [daladálaw]  dalac*. Verb. try to pick up quickly and keep trying because keep missing. compare: daʔladaʔla*, baʔlabaʔla*.

daladala*   [daladálaw]  dalac*. Verb. try to pick up quickly and keep trying because keep missing. compare: daʔladaʔla*, baʔlabaʔla*.

dalahqa*   [dalahqa]  da·lahqa*.

dalasʼa*   [dalasʼaw]  dasʼa·*. Verb. break glass.

dalaṭʼa*1   [dalaṭʼáw]  daʔṭʼa*.

dalaṭʼa*2   [dalaṭʼáw]  daṭʼa·*.

dalayac*   [dalayáʔ]  da-, laya*. Instr Verb Stem. slip hand over something.

dala·mecʼqa*   [dalá·mecʼqaw]  ʔda*1, -alamecʼ. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go down off of. synonyms: wala·mecʼ*, pʰilala·mecʼ*, hayohmala·mecʼ*.

2 • a few men go down off of.

daledale*   [daledálew]  da-, le*. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated; usually with Semelfactive. Reduplicating Verb. stop up with the hand. ʔama· li daledáleci mul ʔoho ʔ put the fire out with dirt over it!

daletam*   [daletámʔ]  dahle·m*, -ta-.

dalhat*   [dalhaʔ]  da-, lhat*. Verb. give up in disgust. dalhati give up in disgust! dalhatʰwiye·to I’m disgusted. hiʔbayá yaʔ kʰe naṭa cʼa·haʔ da·qacʼba ti·to da·qáʔtʰi·li dalhát ba qʼa·y the man wanted to marry my child, but she didn’t want to and he gave up in disgust and left.

dali*   [daliw]  da-, li*2. Variant: dalita*. Verb. stir with the hand. dali·ma fan it (with hand)!

dalita*   [dalitaw]  dali*.

dali·t*   [daliʔ]  da-, li·t*. Verb. move hands or arms as in doing breast stroke; move circularly, move through a medium (air, water) in an arc, with the hand (palm), paw. dalihtʰuʔ D: Negative. dali·támṭa to wave hand or swish in water. dali·ti wave hand! (several times). dalitʰmaw D: Essive. dalitʰcitʰuʔ D: Semelfactive, Negative. dalita·ducé·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dalitʰcimé·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dalitʰmeʔ wave hand! several times (to several). dalitʰci wave hand once! dalitʰcimeʔ wave hand once (to several)! dalitʰmameʔ D: Plural Imperative. dalitʰmamécʼmeʔ D: Plural Durative Imperative.

dalodaloc*   [dalodáloʔ]  da-, lo*. Reduplicating Verb. roll around in hands (between palms) into a ball (clay or dough). dalodáloci D: Imperative. dalodálowa·du D: Durative. ʔaná· mu pʰiʔkʼo sʼalutʼeʔ dihcitʰú sóh mito dalodaloʔkʰeʔeʔ don’t pick up that ball; it’s too slick; it’ll just keep slipping out of hand. dalodálo D: Imperative. compare: daʔloʔlo*, cʰilocʰiloc*.

dalohqa*   [dalohqa]  da·lohqa*.

dalol*   [dalolʔ]  dahlo*. Verb. be clean. dalolqa causative, plural. dalolé· ma·caʔ they are clean.

daloṭʼo*   [dalaṭʼów]  daṭʼo·*.

dalo·*   [dalow]  da-, lo·*. Verb. be soggy from the hand. sʼaʔsʼa ʔáhsiyin sóh dalo·ciy it is so dirty that (the stain) won’t wash off. dase· weṭi dahloʔtʰin; sóh dalo·ciy although I washed it (the stain) wouldn’t come off; it just stays there. dalo·ciw

dalo·qocʼqa*   [daló·qocʼqaw]  ʔda*1, -aloqocʼ. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) come up out of. synonyms: wolo·qocʼ*, pʰilolo·qocʼ*2, hayohmalo·qocʼ*.

2 • a few men come up out of.

dalu*   [daluw]  da-, lu*2. Verb. 1 • rub or spread something with hand. dalu D: Imperative. dalumeʔ D: Plural Imperative. daluwá·du D: Durative. dalu·cʼi rub face cream on self! dalutʰuʔ D: Negative. huʔu·mo ma créam daluʔye did you rub cream on your face ? daluʔtʰuʔ D: Reflexive Negative.

2 • be ocean waves; have waves, whitecaps; splash. dalucí·du D: Durative. ʔahqʰa dáluyiʔ high waves. daluyicʰqʰ (ocean) getting rough. qʰaʔbe tol ʔana· ʔahqʰa daluwe· qʰamosʼ at the ocean the waves are really rough on the rocks. ʔana· ʔahqʰa daluwe· qʰamosʼ at the ocean the waves are really rough. dalumeʔ D: Plural Imperative. daluyícʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. daluwá·law wave to splash over a rock. dalu splash!

daluc*   [daluʔ]  dalu*. Verb. smear, coat.

daluc*   [daluʔ]  dalu*. Verb. smear, coat.

dalucʼu·*   [dalucʼuw]  dacʼu·*, daʔcʼumc*, daʔcʼumc*.

daluhlu*   [daluhluw]  dahlo·m*, dahlu·c*. Verb. fold together something jointed.

daluʔta*   [daluʔtaw]  dahlud*.

dam   [dam]   Noun. title of respect.

dama*1   [damaw]  Lit: pan gold da-, ma*3. Variant: damat*. Verb. scoop in hands (gravel, sand, flower, dirt, bunch of eggs); get (flour from barrel); scrape loose material into a container, pick up bunch (of beans). damataʔ D: Plural. ʔó·ro damataʔ to get lots of gold, pan gold, gather gold into something. dama D: Imperative. damati D: Intentive. damatá·du D: Durative. damameʔ D: Plural Imperative. damaméla I scooped. damawela I am scooping. damatela I am scooping several. damátʰmela I putting in something, I scooped several; I served it. damaʔ to serve food. maʔa dámati serve several. Example Variant: maʔa dáma. damatʼácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. damací·du D: Durative. damayícmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. damatá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. damatá·du míl(ʔ) bakʰe ʔinoʔ pick up some of that dust (dirt). dama·biʔ pick up from barrel (not on ground). damáhtibiʔ pick up several bunches. damalo·qocʼi take out of something. damáhtalo·qocʼi take several out of something. wihṭʰa dáma take flour out (of barrel)! maʔa dámapʰi ma·cal hoh fill up their plates and give it to them.

dama*2   [damaw]  da-, ma*5. Verb. weave, twine a basket. damataʔ several to weave.

damat*   [damaʔ]  dama*1.

damihca*   [damíhcaw]  dane*.

damil*   [damilʔ]  da-, mil*. Verb. 1 • pick any way, leaves and all; pick roughly, berries with leaves. damili D: Imperative. damilá·du D: Durative. damílcicʼe·du to keep running hands (through hair or over face). damilcicʼ do once. damiliʔ to keep doing. compare: dahmoy*.

2 • scrape bunch of (beans) off (vine) (into box).

damit*   [damiʔ]  hiʔda, mit*. Verb. throw. damítaʔtʰuʔ D: Durative, Negative. damítadu·cedu D: Habitual. damítadu to throw away, abandon several diff. times . pʰala damítadu to throw away, abandon several diff. times again. synonyms: dane*; compare: bane*2, ʔdamihca*.

cahno damiṭa·duʔli   [cahno dámiṭa·duʔli]  cahno2, damit*, =wi. Noun. microphone. cahno dámita·duʔli thing that throws out words: speaker and microphone.

damitaq*   [damítaʔ]  damit*, -aq1. Verb. throw out.

damita·duc*   [damíta·duʔ]  damit*, -aduc. Verb. throw away, discard. cahno dámita·duʔ to throw out words or language; to treat language heritage as worthless (as some young people do). damítadu·ci throw away!

damitaq*   [damítaʔ]  damit*, -aq1. Verb. throw out.

damita·duc*   [damíta·duʔ]  damit*, -aduc. Verb. throw away, discard. cahno dámita·duʔ to throw out words or language; to treat language heritage as worthless (as some young people do). damítadu·ci throw away!

damuc*   [damuʔ]   Variant: damutac*. Verb. get enough to eat; eat enough, drink enough. damucʼ é· ʔa I am full. hu·ʔ ya damúhcimʔ yes, we're full. damuci get full! damuhcimmeʔ get full! (to several). damúʔ**cime· ya we are full.

damutac*   [damutaʔ]  damuc*.

danac*   [danaʔ]  da-, nac*3. Verb. push together.

danaka   [danaka]   Place Name. Danaká.

danam*   [danámʔ]  da-, na·*1, na·m*. Variant: danatam*. Verb. 1 • cover.

2 • bury. huʔul danamye· mu that was buried a while ago. danatamye· mu those were buried. dana·ma mulʔ bury it! compare: diʔbu*.

danatam*   [danatámʔ]  danam*.

danawad*   [danawá·du]  da-, na·*1. Verb. cover up with hand.

dane*   [danew]   Variant: daba·ne*; damihca*. Verb. throw one object away, abandon. pʰalá ʔdane D: Imperative. Example Variant: pʰala dáne. dané·meʔ D: Plural Imperative. pʰala ʔdané·tʰuʔ D: Negative. Example Variant: pʰaláʔ dane·tʰuʔ. pʰalá ʔdane·medu D: Durative. Example Variant: pʰala ʔdané·medu. pʰala ʔdané·medu·ceʔtʰuʔ D: Durative, Negative, Directional "away". synonyms: damit*; compare: daba·ne*, bane*3, ne*3.

danehc*   [danehciw]  ʔdane*. Verb. throw away.

dapam*   [dapamʔ]  da-, pam*, da-, pam*. Verb. cover thickly; grow densely. dapammaw to be covered thickly (with flowers). Example Variant: dapemmaw. synonyms: dapem*, dapʰa·l*.

dapana·tad*   [dapaná·tadu]  dahpanh*.

dapem*   [dapemʔ]  da-, pem*. Variant: dape·m*. Verb. grow thickly; coat, surface be densely covered or coated with numerous small objects. dapémmaw to be densely covered. ciʔdomʔ dapemmaw (The plant) is densely covered with flowers. hayu yá·col ʔime dapemmaw the dog has a thick coat of fur. dapema grow thick. Example Variant: dape·ma. synonyms: dapam*, dapʰa·l*.

dape·m*   [dape·m]  dapem*.

dapʰahlim*   [dapʰahlimʔ]  dapʰa·l*.

dapʰa·k*   [dapʰa·k]  dapʰa·q*.

dapʰa·l*   [dapʰalciw]  da-, pʰa·l*. Variant: dapʰahlim*. Verb. ?? cover by thick growth (plants, hair). qʰale šihpʰa dapʰalmawam cʰabina, ʔama tol dapʰalciw the tree thickly covered with leaves must have fallen, the ground is thickly covered (with leaves). heʔe ʔaqolácʼbina, mito šima ʔána· dapʰalmaw your hair has grown so long, it is really covering up your ears. ciʔdomʔ mihsaʔ dapʰalmaw the flowers are growing thick solid. Example Variant: dapemmaw. dapʰalma @ grow thick (to hair). dapʰahlimmeʔ @ grow thick (to several)! dapʰalcí·du thick of leaves on bush. heʔe dápʰalma hair messed up, bushy. Example Variant: form is possibly /dapʰalci·du/ instead. qʰale ʔel copʰócʼbina sihpʰa mihsáʔ dapʰalmaw the leaves of the tree have sprouted thick (enough to hide limbs). dapʰalciw cover thick in one place (as stacking cut brush). dapʰala·duʔ something thick moving away. synonyms: dapem*, dapam*.

dapʰa·q*   [dapʰaʔ]   Variant: dapʰa·k*. Verb. formally end a ritual, ceremony or procedure. qʼoʔo dápʰa·qa bring the dance to a close! dapʰaʔ qʼoʔo ending song (to bring a dance to a close). English ṭʼo ʔa dapʰakʼ I have finished (a course in) English. dapʰa·qa end a ceremony (or dance) formally. dapʰaʔ qʼoʔó ʔe·mu ending song. baṭʰé· má· dapʰaʔ end many things. English lánguage ṭʼo· ʔa dapʰakʼ I have finished (studying, a course in) the English language. dapʰaqá·duwa·du end many things. dapʰahtáhmeʔ end several things (to several). compare: duʔkʼu*.

dapʰitʼpʰiʔtʼi*   [dapʰitʼpʰiʔtʼiw]  dahpʰitʼ*. Verb. tear with the hand.

dapʰo·*   [dapʰow]  da-, pʰo·*. Verb. splash or scatter (water, dust, etc.) with the hands. ʔahqʰa cíwa·dun, ma dapʰó·w while swimming, you are splashing. dapʰo splash! dapʰo·meʔ splash (to several)! dapʰo mulʔ splash that! compare: dahpʰom*.

dapʰo·ṭ*   [dapʰoʔ]  da-, pʰo·ṭ*. Verb. be splashing with you hands. dapʰo·ṭi be splashing with your hands! dapʰo·ṭi splash!

dapʰukʼut*   [dapʰukʼúʔ]  dahpʰukʼut*.

dapʰu·m*   [dapʰumʔ]  da-, pʰu·m*. Verb. stir up a cloud of dust with the hand.

dapʼil*   [dapʼilʔ]  da-, pʼil*. Verb. (particles) be of extremely fine texture, be slick (like particles of fine texture), feel slick, to the touch, in the hand. ʔaná· ʔihpʰu· dapʼilé· maʔbil the grease on here feels really slick to the hand.

daqohsʼ*   [daqohsʼ]  dahqosʼ*.

daqol*   [daqolʔ]  da-, qol*. Variant: daqola·tad*. Verb. stroke with the hand (to comfort or pet). cihtoʔ daqolʔ to comfort the bereaved by stroking with the hand (a Kashaya custom). hayu dáqoli pet the dog!

daqola·tad*   [daqola·tadu]  daqol*. Verb. stroke with the hand.

daqosʼqoʔsʼo*   [daqosʼqoʔsʼow]  dahqosʼ*, dahqosʼ*. Verb. spill nonliquids with the hand.

daqoṭolta*   [daqoṭoltaw]  dahqoṭol*. Verb. try to push.

daqʰa*   [-]  ʔdaqʰad*. Kinship Noun. my spouse.

daqʰade   [daqʰade]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. spouse!

daqʰanʔ   [daqʰanʔ]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. my spouse.

daqʰanʔkʰe   [daqʰanʔkʰe]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. for my spouse.

daqʰato   [daqʰato]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. (of, to) my spouse.

daqʰatoʔna   [daqʰatoʔna]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. 1 • where my spouse is.

2 • at my spouse's place.

daqʰade   [daqʰade]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. spouse!

daqʰal*1   [daqʰalʔ]  da-, qʰal*2. Variant: daqʰalta*. Verb. make one mark with the hand. daqʰali mark once with hand! compare: daqʰal*2, dahqʰa*, daqʰal*2.

daqʰal*2   [daqʰalʔ]  da-, qʰal*1. Verb. brush the hand against something, rub once with the hand. daqʰalʔtaw several to rub with hand once. daqʰala·law slide hand down. compare: dahqʰa*, daqʰal*1, daqʰal*1.

daqʰaldaqʰal*   [daqʰaldaqʰalʔ]  daqʰal*2. Reduplicating Verb. rub with the hand repeatedly.

daqʰaldaqʰal*   [daqʰaldaqʰalʔ]  daqʰal*2. Reduplicating Verb. rub with the hand repeatedly.

daqʰalta*1   [daqʰaltaw]  daqʰal*1.

daqʰalta*2   [daqʰaltaw]  dahqʰalh*.

daqʰanʔ   [daqʰanʔ]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. my spouse.

daqʰanʔkʰe   [daqʰanʔkʰe]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. for my spouse.

daqʰaqʰaṭ*   [daqʰaqʰaʔ]  da-, qʰaqʰaṭ*. Verb. scrape with the hand. daqʰaqʰa·ṭalaw to scrape the fingernails down against (a wall).

daqʰatam*   [daqʰatamʔ]  daqʰa·m*. Verb. wipe off with the hand.

daqʰata·maʔ li   [daqʰatá·maʔ li]  daqʰa·m*, =wi. Noun. towel. synonyms: cuqʰata·maʔ li.

daqʰato   [daqʰato]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. (of, to) my spouse.

daqʰatoʔna   [daqʰatoʔna]  daqʰa*. Kinship Noun. 1 • where my spouse is.

2 • at my spouse's place.

daqʰa·*1   [daqʰaw]  da-, qʰa·*1. Verb. break (a string) by pushing with the palm.

daqʰa·*2   [daqʰaw]  da-, qʰa·*2. Verb. get the hand cut.

daqʰa·m*   [daqʰamʔ]  da-, qʰa·m*. Variant: daqʰatam*. Verb. wipe off, with the palm of hand or towel. daqʰamciʔ to wipe (sweat) off self once with the palm of the hand. huʔú·mo daqʰa·ma wipe his face (could be with towel).

daqʰata·maʔ li   [daqʰatá·maʔ li]  daqʰa·m*, =wi. Noun. towel. synonyms: cuqʰata·maʔ li.

daqʰa·sad*   [daqʰasa·du]  da-, qʰa·s*, -ad2. Verb. noise of rubbing hand against something.

daqʰa·sala*   [daqʰasa·láw]  da-, qʰa·s*, -ala. Verb. rub the palm of the hand downward (on a wall), producing a sound.

daqʰa·ṭ*   [daqʰaʔ]  da-, qʰa·ṭ*1. Verb. praise someone (one instance), usually on looks. daqʰaṭa·du to continue to praise someone. daqʰaṭa·dé· mito he is praising you. daqʰaṭá·dé·to manʔ she is praising me. daqʰáṭá·dé·to he praised me (on looks). daqʰa·ṭi praise! daqʰaṭá·tacʼmeʔ praise several (to several)! daqʰaṭá·tadu praise several! compare: baqʰaṭʰqa*.

daqʰolta*   [daqʰoltaw]  dahqʰolh*. Verb. break through with the hand.

daqʰoṭ*   [daqʰoʔ]  da-, qʰoṭ*2. Verb. uproot with hands. daqʰoṭi with your hands dig up several (plants)!

daqʰo·c*   [daqʰoʔ]  daqʰoṭ*. Verb. uproot one with hands. daqʰo·ci with your hands dig up one (plant)!

daqʰo·c*   [daqʰoʔ]  daqʰoṭ*. Verb. uproot one with hands. daqʰo·ci with your hands dig up one (plant)!

daqʼahci*   [daqʼahciw]  daʔqʼac*. Verb. tighten with the hand.

daqʼasa·tad*   [daqʼasa·tadu]  daqʼa·s*. Verb. scratch and make a streak with the hand.

daqʼa·s*   [daqʼas]  da-, qʼa·s*. Variant: daqʼasa·tad*. Verb. scratch and make a streak, with the hand or paw. daqʼasciw (cat) to scratch a streak (in wood). daqʼáhsimaʔ to scratch across. daqʼáhsima·ci scratch across! daqʼasi scratch! daqʼásmeʔ scratch (to several)! daqʼasa·du scratch several! synonyms: daṭʼo·s*.

daqʼa·ṭ*   [daqʼaʔ]  da-, qʼa·ṭ*1. Verb. scratch, scrape with the hand. hoʔtʼo dáqʼa·ṭiʔ to scratch one’s own head with the palm of the hand. daqʼa·ṭi scratch (an itch)! daqʼa·ṭi grate (carrots)! daqʼaṭʰciw scratch once. daqʼa·ṭiʔ scratch an itch. compare: dasu*.

dasa*1   [dasaw]  dahsa*1.

dasa*2   [dasaw]  da-, sa*2. Verb. break off several with hand. dasaʔ to break (tree limb) off by pushing or spreading fork with hand. dasa·ci break off one! dasa break off several! dasatʰuʔ D: Negative. dasawá·du D: Durative.

dasahtad*   [dasahtadu]  dadaʔdi*.

dasatacʼ*   [dasatacʼ]  dasatad*.

dasatad*   [dasata·du]  dahsa*3. Variant: dasatacʼ*. Verb. warn, admonish, dissuade. ma·cál dasata·du to warn several. dasatá·du to admonish. dasatá·duwa·du D: Durative. ma·caʔ duhkʰú·muʔli ʔa dasatá·du they had a fight and I stopped them. dasata·cʼiwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Object, Plural Imperative. synonyms: basatad*.

dasa·duc*   [dasa·duʔ]  daʔdi*3. Verb. split off several.

dasa·la*   [dasa·law]  . Verb. bury.

dasa·qac*   [dasa·qaʔ]  . Verb. load up [?]

dase*   [dasew]  da-, se*. Verb. dislike, be irritated by, restricted to activities done with the hand. dasewáhwiye· to maʔal kʼaṭa kumíʔda dase·ba I’m getting tired of washing these clothes over and over.

dasetʼmacʼ*   [dasetʼmaʔ]  dahsetʼ*. Verb. several people (a group) washing themselves.

dase·*   [dasew]  da-, se·*. Verb. wash. dase D: Imperative. dase·meʔ D: Plural Imperative. dase·tʰuʔ D: Negative. dase·tʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. daseci·du D: Durative. dasewa·du D: Durative. dahsewácmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. hayu dasew wash a dog. dase·cʼi wash! dasétʰmacʼmeʔ wash (pl.)! kʼaṭa dasew wash clothes. kʼaṭa dase· da·tʰe· to tʼunuba I don't want to wash the clothes because I'm tired. caška daseʔkʰe tʰin e· ʔa duhkʰeni·cʼe· to I won't wash the dishes because I'm lazy. daseʔ to wash.

ca·ška daseʔli   [cá·ska daseʔli]  Lit: that with which one washes dishes ca·ška, dase·*, =wi. Noun. dishpan; dishcloth.

kʼaṭa dasehqaʔli   [kʼaṭa dásehqaʔli]  Lit: dish wash with (pre 1960) kʼaṭa1, dase·*, =wi. Noun. washing machine.

kʼaṭa dasew hca   [kʼaṭa dásew hca]  Lit: clothes washing room or house kʼaṭa1, dase·*, ʔahca. Noun. laundry room, laundromat.

dasi·ṭ*   [dasiʔ]  da-, si·ṭ*1. Verb. scatter with the hand. dasi·ṭi crush with hand and knock some pieces out and waste it! dasiṭʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasi·ṭácʼmeʔ D: Durative, Plural Imperative. dasiṭa·cʼiyícʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. synonyms: dasuṭi*.

dasohṭ*   [dasohṭiw]  dahsoṭ*.

daso·l*   [dasolʔ]  da-, so·l*. Verb. swirl, rinse, with the hand. kʼaṭa míʔkʰe ʔahqa yó· daso·li swirl your clothes around in the water to rinse! Example Variant: ... sisolqa.

dasu*   [dasúw]  da-, su*. Variant: dasuwac*. Verb. scratch off part of surface, with the hand, paw. dasu·ci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dasumeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasuci·ducé·du D: Habitual. Example Variant: dasucí·duce·du. daqʼa·ṭiʔ to scratch an itch. dasuʔ to scratch someone or something with fingernails in direction perpendicular to plane of fingernail and make mark. dasuci·du D: Durative. dasu·cíʔtʰuʔ D: Negative. dasu D: Imperative. dasuyí·c D: Reflexive. compare: daʔcʼoqʰo·t*, daqʼa·ṭ*.

dasuṭi*   [dasuṭiw]   Verb. splash out and waste some water. synonyms: dasi·ṭ*.

dasuwac*   [dasuwaʔ]  dasu*. Verb. scratch off part of surface with the hand.

dasu·l*1   [dasulʔ]  da-, su·l*3. Verb. 1 • baby crippled or hurt when parent breaks taboo. dasu·li use herbs while singing to cure /matʰamʔ/! dasula·ducé·du D: Durative. dasulmameʔ D: Plural Imperative.

2 • hit body with pepperwood branch (to treat menstruating woman sickness). dasulʔmin pʰiʔtʼaw D: Absolutive. šahku dásu·li ma·dal ʔ treat her leg. dasu·liʔ to do it to self (treat self). dasu·li D: Imperative. dasulmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasulá·du D: Durative. dasuli·cʼi treat yourself! dasu·lé· mu·kinʔ ma·dal he treated her. for men also when they go hunting – Indian doctors don’t handle these cases; special people handle them – handled with herbs; sing, beat legs with behe branch to prevent danger from taboo (even if not yet broken).

dasu·l*2   [dasulʔ]  da-, su·l*1. Verb. sweep with hand.

cuṭʼa· dasuhlimʔ   [cuṭʼa· dasúhlimʔ]  cuṭʼa·, dasu·l*2. Noun. weeping willow.

dasʼam*   [dasʼámʔ]  Lit: could this mean "plug hole flush" ? !! da-, sʼam*. Variant: dasʼatam*. Verb. ocean wave splashing; stick something in hand (flush ?) dasʼatamʔ D: Plural.

dasʼatam*   [dasʼatamʔ]  dasʼam*.

dasʼa·*   [dasʼaw´]  da-, sʼa·*. Variant: dalasʼa*. Verb. 1 • break glass, window, stick; break in the hands. dasʼa D: Imperative. dasʼa·meʔ D: Plural Imperative. dalasʼa D: Plural Object, Imperative. dalasʼá·meʔ D: Plural Object, Plural Imperative. dasʼaci·duwá·du D: Durative. dasʼa·tʰuʔ D: Negative. ʔiša dásʼaʔ to break (arm or wrist) by pressing down. dasʼa·cʼi break wrist by pressing hand against something! compare: dacʼu·*, pisa*.

2 • wave break. dasʼámciw wave to suddenly break (on rock). dasʼamʔ ocean wave to splash. dasʼatamʔ ocean wave to splash. ʔahqʰa dásʼaw the wave broke. dasʼama D: Imperative.

dasʼa·m*   [dasʼamʔ´]  dasʼa·*. Verb. break off, leaving a piece in the hand. dasʼa·ma break (it)! (to person). dasʼatá·ma break (them)! (to person). ya·su tól dayeʔli dasʼamy when I pressed my hand on the needle it broke. ya·su tól dayéʔli to dasʼámwiy when I pressed my hand on the needle, it broke into my hand. Example Variant: ya·su tól dayéʔli to dasʼámwiqʰ. cabáhla· dasʼamwiye· to - cohšo tol I got a splinter broken off in my hand.

dasʼa·l*   [dasʼalʔ]  da-, sʼa·l*. Verb. squeeze liquid out with hand; liquid come from solid, using the hand. dasʼa·li squeeze (lemon)!

dasʼa·m*   [dasʼamʔ´]  dasʼa·*. Verb. break off, leaving a piece in the hand. dasʼa·ma break (it)! (to person). dasʼatá·ma break (them)! (to person). ya·su tól dayeʔli dasʼamy when I pressed my hand on the needle it broke. ya·su tól dayéʔli to dasʼámwiy when I pressed my hand on the needle, it broke into my hand. Example Variant: ya·su tól dayéʔli to dasʼámwiqʰ. cabáhla· dasʼamwiye· to - cohšo tol I got a splinter broken off in my hand.

dasʼit*   [dasʼíʔ]  daʔsʼi*, -t2.

dasʼiy*   [dasʼiyʔ]  da-, sʼiy*2. Verb. fold by pulling, pushing and pulling; with a long flexible object.

dasʼul*   [dasʼulʔ]  da-, sʼul*. Variant: dasʼu·l*. Verb. make smooth and shiny. dasʼu·línʔwadu·yicʼi to keep on shining self here and there, make smooth (and incidentally shiny). dasʼulá·du(wa·du) to shine, smooth. dasʼuli D: Imperative. dasʼulá·du D: Durative and Plural Durative. dasʼúlmameʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasʼul to put hair oil so it’s smooth and sticks together and is shiny; make shiny by rubbing. dasʼútʰuʔ D: Negative. dasʼulácʼmeʔ D: Durative, Plural Imperative. dasʼuláʔtʰuʔ D: Durative, Negative. dasʼuláʔtʰumeʔ D: Durative, Plural Imperative, Negative. dasʼu·láʔtʰuʔ D: Plural Object, Durative, Negative. dasʼu·láʔtʰumeʔ D: Plural Object, Durative, Plural Imperative, Negative. dasʼuliʔ to put something sticky on self by hand. qahwe dasʼuliʔ to put pitch on feet (used as shoe when walking through stickers). dasʼulí·cʼi "Shine self!" dasʼulíʔtʰuʔ D: Reflexive, Negative. dasʼulí·cʼedu D: Reflexive, Durative. dasʼu·lácʼmeʔ D: Plural Object, Durative, Plural Imperative. daʔsʼulʔ smear grease on hair. compare: dasʼu·l*1, daʔsʼulh*.

dasʼuy*   [dasʼuyʔ]  da-, sʼuy*. Verb. get pointed with the hand. dasʼuyahpʰi to push out of shape. compare: šusʼuyahpʰi dasʼi·cʼi, šusʼiy*.

dasʼuyahpʰi dasʼi·cʼi   [dasʼulʔ]  šusʼuyahpʰi dasʼi·cʼi.

dasʼu·l*1  da-, sʼu·l*1. Verb. make rise up with the hand. heʔe wénu dasʼuli·cʼi make your hair stay down with hair tonic! dasʼuli get stuck down (to hair, etc.)! dasʼúlhqa plaster down! compare: daʔsʼulh*, dasʼul*.

dasʼu·l*2  dasʼul*.

dasʼu·sʼuc*   [dasʼú·sʼuʔ]  da-, sʼu·sʼuc*. Verb. wash (dog) by lifting water over him by hand. ʔaná· ʔihpʰu· heʔe tol dahyolícʼbina ma dasʼú·sʼuyicʼqʰ you must have smeared a lot of oil on your hair; it’s too greasy.

dašamat*   [dašamáʔ]  daša·m*.

daša·m*   [dašamʔ]  da-, ša·m*. Variant: dašamat*. Verb. make noise with hand on paper or rubbing; rustle with hand or make noise on paper box.

dašud*   [dašudu]  da-, šud*1. Verb. feel something strange.

dašunʔ   [dašunʔ]  dašud*. Adjective. strange feeling.

dašunʔ   [dašunʔ]  dašud*. Adjective. strange feeling.

dašu·l*   [dašulʔ]  da-, šu·l*. Verb. waft out (of something). dašu·li (to air or smoke) Come out (of something)! hosa dašu·l @ smoke is coming out; smoke is all over.

dat*   [dáʔ]  ʔda*2, -t2.

datacʼ*   [datacʼ]  da·*.

datad*   [datadu]  da·*.

datanʔqacʼ*   [datanʔqacʼ]  .

dataš*   [dataš]  da-, taš*2. Verb. gather together and up, with the hand (palm). datašaʔ to pick up something wet and soft, to gather by scraping in with hand. dataši (to person) Scrape together and up by hand! datašá·du(wa·du) D: Durative.

datiʔli   [dátiʔli]  dati·t*, =wi. Noun. rolling pin.

dati·t*   [datiʔ]  da-, ti·t*. Verb. roll (with rolling pin). compare: qati·t*.

datiʔli   [dátiʔli]  dati·t*, =wi. Noun. rolling pin.

datsayla*   [datsáylaw]  da-, sʼayla*. Verb. crisscross, interlace, be streaked in different directions (like plaid or crisscross); cross fingers; tangle (of string). datsáylahqa make crisscross. dasʼáylamucʼqa crisscross, tangle together. ku dásʼaylaw one cross (+). qʰo· dasʼáylaw two crosses (#). qʰomá· dasʼaylamuʔ @ double plaid ?

datsaylamuʔ   [datsáylamuʔ]  datsayla*. Noun. plaid.

datsaylamuʔ   [datsáylamuʔ]  datsayla*. Noun. plaid.

datudatuc*   [datudatuʔ]  da-, tu*2. Verb. be overstuffed. datudátuci (to person) Fill (flexible object) tightly! (e.g., sack, paper bag; not drawer). kʼaṭa míšukʰ datudátucʰqʰ the laundry bag was really stuffed (bulging, really pressed in to the top). compare: pitupitu*.

datul*   [datulʔ]  da-, tul*. Verb. smooth out wrinkled clothes with palm, when spread over something; straighten (bent wire). datuli D: Imperative. datulá·tadu straighten here and there. datúlta straighten one at a time, several in one place. datúlciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. ʔacaʔ wenu ʔqa· yaʔ šuʔba datulʔwiye· to the medical doctor massaged my body. compare: dakel*.

datʰil*   [datʰilʔ]  da-, tʰil*1. Verb. tear by pressing with hand. datʰila·qaʔ to tear pressing with hand.

datʼac*   [datʼaʔ]  daʔtʼa*. Verb. find one thing.

datʼat*   [datʼaʔ]  da-, tʼat*3. Verb. one to bother one thing; flirt; fidget. compare: daʔtʼa*.

datʼatʰmucʼ*   [datʼelʔ]  daʔtʼamucʼ*.

datʼe·l*1  da-, tʼe·l*1, da-, tʼe·l*1. Verb. spread with hand (palm). datʼe·li D: Locative. datʼelá·qa spread hence. datʼela·cʼiwácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

datʼe·l*2   [datʼelʔ]  da-, tʼe·l*1, da-, tʼe·l*1. Verb. smear.

daṭadaṭa*   [daṭadáṭaw]  da-, ṭa*. Reduplicating Verb. do something in a hurry, rush. daṭadáṭanʔwadu to rush around. daṭadáṭatʰmuʔ several to rush around. daṭadaṭa D: Imperative. daṭadaṭammeʔ D: Plural Imperative. daṭadáṭawe· ʔa I’m hurrying (to finish, get ready). cohtó·ti ʔe· ʔa daṭadáṭawanʔ I am hurrying to go. ʔacacʼ em – cohtó·ti – daṭadáṭanʔwanʔ the man is rushing around getting ready to go.

daṭa·n*   [daṭanʔ]  da-, ṭa·n*2. Verb. side of long object be in contact with something at one end only, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves. daṭanmaw to hold a long board down while the other sticks out over space. ʔa· tápʰla daṭanmapʰíla, šuqʰa maʔal ʔ while I am holding the board down, saw this off.

daṭa·š*   [daṭaš]  da-, ṭa·š*1. Verb. have grey hair; grow grey hair; fade. cuʔcʼu dáṭaši·ci grow grey! cuʔcʼu dátahšibicʰmeʔ grow grey to several! daṭa·šiʔ to fade in washing. qahle dáṭaši·biʔ faded white. daṭašmaw standing or sitting with grey hair. daṭáhšimʔ several standing or sitting with grey hair. haʔú ṭʼo ʔacaʔ tʼílekinʔ cuʔcʼu dáṭa·šicʰqʰ that old man has faded grey. Example Variant: ...dáṭa·ši·y.. haʔú ṭʼo ʔacaʔ tʼílikinʔ cuʔcʼu máʔyul daṭašciw that old man is sitting with only grey hair. haʔú ṭʼo ʔacaʔ ninéʔca cuʔcʼu dáṭahšimʔ those old men are faded grey (standing or sitting).

daṭihš*   [daṭihš]  daṭi·š*. Verb. stretched tight with the hand.

daṭiṭim*   [daṭiṭimʔ]  da-, ṭiṭim*. Variant: daṭiṭí·mame·duwa·du. Verb. stretch across, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves. daṭiṭí·ma D: Imperative. daṭiṭí·mame·du D: Durative. daṭiṭí·maci·du D: Durative. daṭiṭí·mawa·du D: Durative. daṭiṭí·mawa·duce·du D: Durative. Example Variant: daṭiṭí·maci·duwa·du. tí·na wi daṭiṭí·ma stretch arm across in tub.

daṭiṭí·mame·duwa·du   [daṭiṭí·mame·duwa·du]  daṭiṭim*.

daṭi·š*   [daṭiš]  da-, ṭi·š*2. Variant: daṭihš*. Verb. stretched tight, of a surface or cloth, with the hand. daṭi·siʔ (semelfactive) to inflate or stretch out cloth or skin (not string). Example Variant: daṭisi·ci ~ daṭi°ši°c- ~ daṭíšciw. daṭi·sí·tʰuʔ D: Negative. Example Variant: daṭišcitʰuʔ. šeʔéʔ tol kʼaṭa daṭišmapʰí ʔahqʰa ṭʼá·ma stretch the cloth over (the mouth of) the container and pour the water in (through). mu šínalma· duséhyaqocʼ em ṭʼo ʔahqʰa yó· daʔṭʼubúʔ tʰin sóh daṭiši·cenʔ when (I) put that pillowcase in it did not submerge; it just inflated. compare: daki·š*.

daṭo·l*   [daṭolʔ]  da-, ṭo·l*. Verb. drill.

ʔimo daṭolʔli   [ʔimo dáṭolʔli]  daṭo·l*. Noun. hand drill.

daṭʰaṭ*   [daṭʰaʔ]  da-, ṭʰaṭ*. Verb. break open with the hand. daṭʰaṭa·duci break into a few pieces! (take out of ground here and there) (dig out several). daṭʰaṭá·qa open several doors.

daṭʰewad*   [daṭʰewadu]  daṭʰe·*. Verb. open.

daṭʰe·*   [daṭʰew]  da-, ṭʰe·*, da-, ṭʰe·*. Variant: daṭʰewad*. Verb. open (a book) so it is spread out. daṭʰe múl miʔkʰe kalikakʰ open your book wide!

daṭʰe·l*   [daṭʰelʔ]  da-, ṭʰe·l*. Verb. riffle a stack of papers with whole hand. daṭʰe·li D: Locative. daṭʰeltʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰela·duwá·du D: Durative. daṭʰe·láʔtʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʰélta (tʰuʔ) D: Negative, Imperative. daṭʰéltame·du D: Durative.

daṭʰil*   [daṭʰilʔ]  da-, ṭʰil*. Verb. spread, stretch out, with the hand (palm), fabric, small things (acorns).

daṭʰo·*   [daṭʰow]  da-, ṭʰo*. Verb. take wall off room. compare: daṭʼo·*.

daṭʼahš*   [daṭʼahš]  daʔṭʼaš*. Verb. fasten in place with the hand.

daṭʼam*   [daṭʼamʔ]  da-, ṭʼam*2, da-, ṭʼam*2. Verb. disturb (anthill) by putting hand in.

daṭʼan*   [daṭʼanʔ]  da-, ṭʼan*1, da-, ṭʼan*1. Verb. break open a sore on the hand by bumping it. daṭʼani D: Imperative. daṭʼántʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʼaná·du D: Durative. daṭʼánta(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daṭʼántame·du(wa·du) D: Durative.

daṭʼa·*   [daṭʼaw]  da-, ṭʼa·*. Variant: dalaṭʼa*. Verb. break by pressing so something comes out (as an egg); press hand down on something. daṭʼa D: Imperative. daṭʼa·meʔ D: Plural Imperative. daṭʼaci·duwá·du D: Durative. daṭʼa·tʰuʔ D: Negative. daṭʼa·cíʔtʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔṭʼawayʔ to press hand against wall. daṭʼáhwayi D: Directional. ʔiša· daṭʼá·cʼi push hand against other arm which caught against something else! dalaṭʼá·tʰuʔ D: Plural Negative. dalaṭʼá·medu D: Plural Durative. dalaṭʼá·meʔtʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural Imperative. dalaṭʼa D: Plural Imperative. dalaṭʼá·meʔ D: Plural Imperative.

daṭʼa·š*   [daṭʼaš]  da-, ṭʼa·š*. Verb. put hair off forehead. daṭʼa·šiʔ to hand to put hair off forehead.

daṭʼem*   [daṭʼemʔ]  da-, ṭʼem*2. Verb. be tired of doing action with hand. daṭʼemahwiye· to I’m tired (of washing clothes). compare: dakʼum*.

daṭʼiṭim qʰale   [daṭʼiṭim qʰale]  daṭʼiṭʼimʔ qʰale.

daṭʼiṭʼim*   [daṭʼiṭʼimʔ]  da-, ṭʼiṭʼim*. Verb. be tangled; twisted around. daṭʼiṭʼi°m to be tangled. daṭʼiṭʼi·ma to tangle, twist around on something. daṭʼiṭʼim to be tangled.

daṭʼiṭʼimʔ qʰale   [daṭʼiṭʼímʔ qʰale]  Lit: tangled plant, (morning glory) ṭʼiṭʼim*. Variant: daṭʼiṭim qʰale. Noun. morning glory, tangled vine, bindweed (also hops; sweet pea). Convolvulus arvensis (Morning-glory Family).

daṭʼo·*   [daṭʼow]  Lit: corn with skin rubbed off by hands da-, ṭʼo·*. Variant: daloṭʼo*. Verb. take off outer layer; peel off. má·yiš daṭʼow hominy. Literally: peeled corn. ʔoho mútʼaqa·cʼin, šahmaʔ daṭʼocʼmela being hot, I peeled the blankets off myself. compare: daṭʰo·*.

daṭʼo·s*   [daṭʼos]  da-, ṭʼo·s*. Verb. scrape with the hand. daṭʼosba balayíbicʰqay scratching (he) made it bleed. daṭʼosci(mé·du) scratch once. daṭʼosi scratch several times. daṭʼosá·tadu D: Durative. bihše kúwe·ru mu ʔahqʰa yó· qane·wem, ṭʰoṭá·dun, daṭʼosá·duʔ when that deer hide is soaked in water it rots and the (hair) can be pushed off easily. hecʼli sʼiʔi dáqʼa·ṭin daṭʼos with fingernail scratch the flesh. synonyms: daqʼa·s*.

daṭʼu*   [daṭʼuw]  da-, ṭʼu*. Verb. put hand in liquid; let hand sink into liquid. ʔahqʰa yó· daṭʼuwiy to put hand in water. daṭʼumela D: Performative Complete. ʔiša· daṭʼúwiye· to my arm is in the water.

daway*   [dawáyʔ]  da-, way*1. Variant: dawayʔta*. Verb. awaken with the hand, by touching or shaking. dawáyʔtay he was just awakened. dawayi wake him up! dawayi mu·kito ʔ wake him up! dawayá·du keep waking (someone) up. dawayʔta ma·cal ʔ wake them up! dawá·yam ṭa ʔa I woke him up.

dawayʔta*   [dawáyʔtaw]  daway*.

dawi*   [dawiw]  da-, wi*. Variant: dawit*. Verb. 1 • move hand up and down, palm down; work Indian drill by same motion. ʔoho dawiʔli fire drill (to start a fire). Example Variant: ʔoho dawi·li. dawi múl ʔahay ʔ drill that wood! dawitʰuʔ D: Negative. dawitá·du D: Durative. dawiti D: Intentive. dawí·ma drill serially. ʔa· ṭʰilel el doʔqʼoʔdiwánʔpʰila, dawi· ma I will fix the abalone ornaments, and you drill them (serially). compare: muwi*.

2 • work fire drill.

dawit*   [dawiʔ]  dawi*. Verb. move hand up and down.

dawoṭ*   [dawoʔ]  da-, woṭ*. Verb. stirring with whole hand, as in laundry in water. dawoṭi D: Imperative. dawoṭímulʔ D: Absolutive. dawóṭʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dawóhṭima D: Imperative. dawoṭá·du D: Durative. dawoṭʼíyow D: Absolutive. dawóṭʰma stir it with hand! dowoṭi rile with fingers!

dawoṭʰma*   [dawóṭʰmaw]  dawoṭ*. Verb. stir with hand.

dawoṭʰma*   [dawóṭʰmaw]  dawoṭ*. Verb. stir with hand.

daya*1   [-]  ʔdayac*.

daya*2   [-]  lac*. Instr Verb Root. fail to do.

dayecʼ*   [dayeʔ]  da-, yecʼ*. Verb. press open hand against something. míl dayecʼi press hand on that! Example Variant: dayecʼí mil ʔ.. dayéʔtacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

dayem*   [dayemʔ]  da-. Instr Verb Stem. hold one thing against another. dayema D: Imperative. dayemá mul ʔ D: Imperative. dayéhtima D: Plural Imperative. dayéhtimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dayemá·du D: Durative. dayenʔwadu to push around (person or log).

dayi*   [dayiw]  da-, yi*1. Verb. scratch deeply, scratch over a distance so that the material separates, gouge, slash, with the hand. dayiwá·law D: Directional "down". dayi (to fingernail) Scratch deep so it opens! dayicí·duce·du D: Durative, Directional "away". dayiwa·du D: Durative. dayíhwala D: Directional "down", Imperative. kú·ška yaʔ (to) dayiwá·lawiye· (to) dasucʼba the cat, when he scratched me (or), slashed downward.

dayicʼ*   [-]   Instr Verb Root. answer.

badayicʼ*   [badayiʔ]  ba-, dayicʼ*. Verb. answer. badayí·cʼiwaʔ several to answer. badayí·cʼedu to answer several times. badayí·cʼi answer! badayí·cʼedu keep answering! badayí·cʼiwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. badayí·cʼiyi·cʼi answer yourself! badayí·tacʼe·du one answer several. Example Variant: badayí·cʼeta·du.

dayot*   [dayoʔ]  da-, yot*2. Verb. sort through with hands.

daʔba*   [daʔbaw]  . Verb. open with fingers.

daʔbalh*   [daʔbalʔ]  da-, ʔbalh*. Verb. turn with hand. daʔbala·du keep turning with hand.

daʔbedaʔbe*   [daʔbedaʔbew]  da-, ʔbe*3. Reduplicating Verb. feel around where can't see. daʔbedabe·du D: Durative.

daʔbo*   [daʔbow]  da-, ʔbo*5. Variant: daʔbu*. Verb. stuff by hand. dabóhciw stuff several people (put pillow under their shirt). dabotá·du D: Durative. daʔbo stuff! daʔbomeʔ stuff (to several)! dabotácʼmeʔ keep stuffing (to several)! daʔbocí·du(wa·du) keep stuffing! daʔbowá·duwa·du habitually be stuffing.

cahti daʔbow   [cahti dáʔbow]  Lit: stuffed bed; stuffed bed cahti, daʔbo*. Noun. mattress.

cuhni· daʔbow   [cuhni· dáʔbow]  Lit: stuffed bread; stuffed bread cuhni·, daʔbo*. Noun. sandwich.

nacʼolol daʔbo· qʰale   [nacʼolól daʔbo· qʰale]  Lit: deerhead-disguise stuffing plant nacʼolol, daʔbo*, qʰale1. Noun. cottonbatting plant, everlasting, cudweed. Gnaphalium chilense (Sunflower Family).

daʔbolh*1   [daʔbolʔ]  da-, ʔbolh*1. Verb. turn over with hand. hoʔtʼo dáʔbola·yiʔ to put upside down against one’s own head (a skull cap). hoʔtʼo dáʔboldaʔboli·yiʔ (The fly) repeatedly tipped its head with its front feet. daʔbohciw turn upside down. dabólʔbohlow several turn upside down with hand. daʔbólhci mulʔ turn it over! daʔbólhcitʰuʔ don't turn over! daʔbólhcime·du(wa·du) D: Durative. daʔbólhciwiyow daʔbólhcimeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dabóhlacʼicʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dabóhlaci·tʰumeʔ D: Negative Plural Imperative.

daʔbolʔdaʔbolh*   [daʔbolʔdaʔbolʔ]  daʔbolh*1. Reduplicating Verb. keep tipping (head).

daʔbolh*2   [daʔbolʔ]  da-, ʔbolh*2. Verb. pat to get dust out. synonyms: daʔboʔbo*.

daʔbolʔdaʔbolh*   [daʔbolʔdaʔbolʔ]  daʔbolh*1. Reduplicating Verb. keep tipping (head).

daʔboʔbo*   [daʔboʔbow]  da-, ʔbo*3. Reduplicating Verb. pat to get dust out. synonyms: daʔbolh*2.

daʔbu*1   [daʔbuw]  da-, ʔbu*3. Verb. bury by pushing dirt over with the hands.

daʔbu*2   [daʔbu]  daʔbo*.

daʔcʰa*1   [daʔcʰaw]  da-, ʔcʰa*1. Verb. having long, thin, often unsteady limbs.

daʔcʰa·bic*   [daʔcʰa·biʔ]  daʔcʰa*1, -ibic. Variant: daʔcʰahtibiʔ*. Verb. do a push-up (referring to the raising of the body on relatively weak arms). synonyms: šaʔcʰa·bic*.

daʔcʰa*2   [daʔcʰaw]  da-, ʔcʰa*2. Variant: daʔcʰat*. Verb. (falling forward) land on extended arms. qʰalé hcʰaba, daʔcʰácʰciy when the bush !!-cʰc- fell, it landed on its limbs.

daʔcʰam*   [daʔcʰamʔ]  daʔcʰa*2. Verb. be with hands and feet on the ground. qali· daʔcʰamʔ (of a bush that when cut it falls catching itself).

daʔcʰahtibiʔ*   [daʔcʰahtibiʔ]  daʔcʰa·bic*. Verb. several to do push-ups.

daʔcʰam*   [daʔcʰamʔ]  daʔcʰa*2. Verb. be with hands and feet on the ground. qali· daʔcʰamʔ (of a bush that when cut it falls catching itself).

daʔcʰat*   [daʔcʰaʔ]  daʔcʰa*2.

daʔcʰa·bic*   [daʔcʰa·biʔ]  daʔcʰa*1, -ibic. Variant: daʔcʰahtibiʔ*. Verb. do a push-up (referring to the raising of the body on relatively weak arms). synonyms: šaʔcʰa·bic*.

daʔcʰu*   [daʔcʰúw]  da-, ʔcʰu*. Verb. scrape with hands something up to a point (sudden stop). compare: dacʰu*.

daʔcʼa*   [daʔcʼáw]  da-, ʔcʼa*3. Verb. put hand on something so it penetrates the skin.

daʔcʼaba*   [daʔcʼabaw]  da-, ʔcʼaba*. Variant: daʔcʼabat*. Verb. break with the hand.

daʔcʼabac*   [daʔcʼabaʔ]  daʔcʼaba*. Verb. break with the hand. ya·pálka ʔa daʔcʼaba·y I broke (split) an apple by pressing with my hand.

daʔcʼabac*   [daʔcʼabaʔ]  daʔcʼaba*. Verb. break with the hand. ya·pálka ʔa daʔcʼaba·y I broke (split) an apple by pressing with my hand.

daʔcʼabat*   [daʔcʼabaʔ]  daʔcʼaba*. Verb. break with the hand.

daʔcʼet*   [daʔcʼeʔ]  da-, ʔcʼet*. Verb. break of pieces from edge with palm. daʔcʼeti break of pieces from edge with palm! compare: doʔcʼoʔcʼo*.

daʔcʼo*   [-]  da-, ʔcʼo*. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. break up by hand.

daʔcʼoʔcʼo*   [daʔcʼoʔcʼow]  daʔcʼo*. Cooccurrence: usually with semelfactive -c. Reduplicating Verb. break up by hand.

daʔcʼolhma*   [daʔcʼólhmaw]  da-, ʔcʼolh*1. Variant: dacʼohlim*. Verb. make or dig a hole or opening with the hand (not in the ground). daʔcʼoli dig a hole! hóhwa daʔcʼoli knock the door in! hóhwa daʔcʼólhmaʔ to break down the door (wrecking it).

daʔcʼon*   [daʔcʼonʔ]  da-, ʔcʼon*. Variant: dacʼonta*. Verb. detach with hand; knock off (something that sticks, door from hinge, window out of frame) with hand. (mul) hóhwe daʔcʼonʔ break open a door (without much damage). daʔcʼoní mulʔ detach that! daʔcʼónmeʔ mulʔ detach that (to several)! daʔcʼónta detatch several things! dacʼóntameʔ mulʔ detach those (to several)! daʔcʼona·du is detaching. dacʼóntawa·duwa·du go around knocking open doors.

daʔcʼoqʰo·t*   [daʔcʼoqʰoʔ]  da-, ʔcʼoqʰot*. Verb. gouge out piece, scratch someone in one place so it bleeds. compare: dasu*.

daʔcʼoʔcʼo*   [daʔcʼoʔcʼow]  daʔcʼo*. Cooccurrence: usually with semelfactive -c. Reduplicating Verb. break up by hand.

daʔcʼumc*   [daʔcʼúmciw]  da-, ʔcʼumc*. Variant: dalucʼu·*; dalucʼu·*. Verb. break with hand. daʔcʼúmci mulʔ break that with hand! daʔcʼúmci mul ʔahayʔ break that wood with hand! dalucʼú mulʔ break those!

daʔdayac*   [daʔdayáʔ]  da-, ʔdayac*, . Variant: dadaya*. Verb. miss with the hand. daʔdayá·ci D: Imperative. daʔdaya·meʔ fail to touch! synonyms: dalac*.

daʔdi*1   [daʔdíw]  da-, ʔdi*1. Variant: dadi*. Verb. 1 • pick (something heavy) up; move or handle an object [??] daʔdi mul ʔ pick that up! daʔdimeʔ pick (it) up! (to sev.) daʔdicí·du keep picking up. hiʔbu ʔama tol daʔdi pick up the potatoes that are on the floor. hiʔbu ʔama tól daʔdi pick up the potatoes from the floor.

2 • put down with hand (even if it has handle). daʔdiw put down with hand (even if it has a handle).

3 • store, put away (food, provisions). biʔdu dáʔdiw to store acorns.

dada·la*   [dada·láw]  daʔdi*1, -ala. Verb. 1 • put down in; bury.

2 • bury (a person). ʔacaʔ dada·law to bury a person.

dahsa*1   [dahsaw]  daʔdi*1. Variant: dasa*. Verb. 1 • move several with the hand. cumátʰma· lamé·sa tol dahsama put the chairs on the table! dasáhtadu D: Durative. pʰiʔṭʼaʔṭʼaw bisamʔ to use the clapper.

2 • move as ocean wave.

daʔdim*   [daʔdímʔ]  daʔdi*1. Variant: dahsam*. Verb. put, pick up (something heavy) on a surface off the ground. kʰe bihše kawa·yu tol daʔdima put the deer on the horse! daʔdimá @ put it (on the table)! Example Comment: a heavy object, e.g. potatoes, from a surface such as a table. hiʔbu lame·sa tol daʔdima pick up the potatoes on the table! ʔul é· ʔa daʔdímʔ I already put (the pot on the stove). cumátʰma· lamé·sa tol daʔdima put the chair on the table!

daʔdimac*   [daʔdimáʔ]  daʔdi*1, -mac. Verb. push inside or south or east.

daʔdi*2   [daʔdíw]  da-, ʔdi*2. Verb. get a splinter in the hand.

daʔdi*3   [-]   Variant: dasa·duc*; daʔdit*. Instr Verb Root. knock over or aside. compare: hloq*, hcʰa*1, šali*2; synonyms: dahcʰi*1.

cadaʔdi*   [cadáʔdiw]  ca-, daʔdi*3. Variant: cadaʔditi*. Verb. with rear to push aside or down (person or fence). cadáʔdi D: Imperative. cadáʔditi D: Intentive. compare: cadahcʰi*.

dadaq*   [dadaʔ]  daʔdi*3, -aq1. Verb. push forward with hand, push someone out the door or north or west. ʔuhwa dádaʔ to push outside. cuhula dadaʔ to push northwards. Example Variant: cuhuláhqʰaʔ dadaʔ.

dadaʔdi*   [dadaʔdiw]  da-, daʔdi*3. Variant: dadaʔditi*; dasahtad*. Verb. push a person (not a thing) out of the way; make stagger by shoving with hand 9/58 | push over off of something; 7/59 | also used for big rocks. dadáʔdi mu·kito ʔ push him! dasikʼí·ti ma·cal ʔ flip them away! dadáʔdi D: Imperative. dadáʔdimeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dasáhtacʼicʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dadáʔdici·du D: Durative. dasáhtadu D: Complete. compare: dadahcʰi*, dahcʰa*.

dade·d*   [dade·du]  daʔdi*3, -ad2. Variant: dade·cʼ*. Verb. 1 • push along with the hand or paw, carry in the palm of the hand or with the fingers opposed to the palm; push along (log) by hand. dadenʔwadu to roll something around. dadecʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

2 • waves move along.

didaʔdi*   [didaʔdiw]  di-, daʔdi*3. Variant: didaʔditi*. Verb. fall over. cumátʰmaw hcʰaba ʔkʰe pé·su buhqʰal didáʔdiy the chair fell over and knock my purse down (or aside). compare: nem*1.

mudaʔdi*   [mudaʔdiw]  mu-, daʔdi*3. Variant: mudaʔditi*. Verb. bump and knock over (for a person because he will stagger and then fall when bumped). compare: muhcʰa*, mudahcʰi*.

daʔdim*   [daʔdímʔ]  daʔdi*1. Variant: dahsam*. Verb. put, pick up (something heavy) on a surface off the ground. kʰe bihše kawa·yu tol daʔdima put the deer on the horse! daʔdimá @ put it (on the table)! Example Comment: a heavy object, e.g. potatoes, from a surface such as a table. hiʔbu lame·sa tol daʔdima pick up the potatoes on the table! ʔul é· ʔa daʔdímʔ I already put (the pot on the stove). cumátʰma· lamé·sa tol daʔdima put the chair on the table!

daʔdimac*   [daʔdimáʔ]  daʔdi*1, -mac. Verb. push inside or south or east.

daʔdit*   [-]  daʔdi*3.

daʔkʼa*   [daʔkʼaw]  da-, ʔkʼa*1. Verb. crack open with the hand. daʔkʼatʰú mul wenta·na ʔ don’t push and crack that window.

daʔkʼanh*   [daʔkʼanʔ]  da-, ʔkʼanh*. Verb. lean a long object against, vertical object be tilted against. daʔkʼanayʔ push something stand up so it leans against something. dakʼanciw make something up straight to lean. dakʼaná·tadu (several) lean here and there (objects are separated). dakʼáhniw lean in one place (several).

daʔkʼanhci*   [daʔkʼánhciw]  daʔkʼanh*. Verb. push (a pole) so that it comes to lean against (a wall). daʔkʼánhciwayʔ lean something against something.

daʔkʼanhci*   [daʔkʼánhciw]  daʔkʼanh*. Verb. push (a pole) so that it comes to lean against (a wall). daʔkʼánhciwayʔ lean something against something.

daʔkʼayʔci*   [daʔkʼayʔciw]  da-, ʔkʼayʔ*. Verb. catch hand between two objects. cohso (ʔel/ʔem) dáʔkʼayʔciw the hand was caught.

daʔkʼecʰqa*   [daʔkʼécʰqaw]  da-, ʔkʼe*. Instr Verb Stem. make stiff with the hand. dawóṭʼba mantiki·ya, daʔkʼécʰqay stirring (milk) with the hands, he made it stiffen (turn to butter).

daʔkʼi*   [-]  da-, ʔkʼi*2. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. dig around (a stump) almost all the way through (to uproot it).

daʔkʼidaʔkʼi*   [daʔkʼidaʔkʼiw]  daʔkʼi*. Variant: daʔkʼidakʼit*. Reduplicating Verb. dig around (a stump) almost all the way through (to uproot it). ma daʔkʼidáʔkʼice·du· li where you always dig around.

daʔkʼiʔkʼi*   [daʔkʼiʔkʼiw]  daʔkʼi*. Cooccurrence: usually with semelfactive -c. Reduplicating Verb. dig around (a stump) almost all the way through (to uproot it). ma daʔkʼiʔkʼicʼe·mu you dug around that almost all the way through.

daʔkʼidakʼit*   [daʔkʼidakʼiʔ]  daʔkʼidaʔkʼi*. Verb.

daʔkʼidaʔkʼi*   [daʔkʼidaʔkʼiw]  daʔkʼi*. Variant: daʔkʼidakʼit*. Reduplicating Verb. dig around (a stump) almost all the way through (to uproot it). ma daʔkʼidáʔkʼice·du· li where you always dig around.

daʔkʼiʔkʼi*   [daʔkʼiʔkʼiw]  daʔkʼi*. Cooccurrence: usually with semelfactive -c. Reduplicating Verb. dig around (a stump) almost all the way through (to uproot it). ma daʔkʼiʔkʼicʼe·mu you dug around that almost all the way through.

daʔkʼo*   [daʔkʼow]  da-, ʔkʼo*2. Verb. strike moderately with the hand. daʔkʼo hit one! dakʼoti D: Plural Object. mácʰpʰi haʔal hóhwa daʔkʼow go over there and hit that door (with palm of hand). daʔkʼoy he hit against it with his hand.

daʔkʼolh*   [daʔkʼolʔ]  da-, ʔkʼolh*1. Verb. push over with the hand; spill with the hand; upset, overturn with the hand. mu·kínʔ mul daʔkʼólhciye· wa·su· ʔel he pushed that glass over. mu·kínʔ mul dakóhliye· wa·su· ʔel he pushed the glasses over. mu·kínʔ mul daʔkʼólhciye· ʔahqʰa ʔel he spilled that water.

daʔkʼonh*   [daʔkʼonʔ]  da-, ʔkʼonh*. Variant: dakʼohn*. Verb. cup the hand protectively a little above an object. daʔkʼoni D: Imperative. dakʼóhni D: Plural Object. daʔkʼona·tadu D: Plural Object.

daʔkʼonhci*   [daʔkʼónhciw]  daʔkʼonh*. Verb. cup the hand protectively a little above an object.

daʔkʼonhcicʼ*   [daʔkʼónhciʔ]  daʔkʼonhci*. Verb. cover a part of oneself (the breast) with the hand. kunu dáʔkʼonhciʔ to hold hands over one's chest.

daʔkʼonhma*   [daʔkʼónhmaw]  daʔkʼonh*. Verb. lay the hand protectively directly on an object, or across the open end of a cylinder.

daʔkʼonhci*   [daʔkʼónhciw]  daʔkʼonh*. Verb. cup the hand protectively a little above an object.

daʔkʼonhcicʼ*   [daʔkʼónhciʔ]  daʔkʼonhci*. Verb. cover a part of oneself (the breast) with the hand. kunu dáʔkʼonhciʔ to hold hands over one's chest.

daʔkʼonhcicʼ*   [daʔkʼónhciʔ]  daʔkʼonhci*. Verb. cover a part of oneself (the breast) with the hand. kunu dáʔkʼonhciʔ to hold hands over one's chest.

daʔkʼonhma*   [daʔkʼónhmaw]  daʔkʼonh*. Verb. lay the hand protectively directly on an object, or across the open end of a cylinder.

daʔkʼoyad*   [daʔkʼoyá·du]  da-, ʔkʼoy*1. Verb. be acting on a few ungrouped or scattered objects with the hand. ʔaná· kʼaṭa dase· da·wé· to. daʔkʼoyáʔteʔ, cʰo·pʰilá ʔeti I really want to wash clothes. I’ll do just a few, though there aren’t any (really dirty ones).

daʔkʼoʔkʼoc*   [daʔkʼóʔkʼoʔ]  da-, ʔkʼo*1. Reduplicating Verb. dig a shallow hole. daʔkʼóʔkʼoci dig a little bit! qawi dáʔkʼoʔkʼoci make a little hole.

daʔkʼu*   [daʔkʼúw]  da-, ʔkʼu*. Variant: dakʼut*. Verb. finish pushing, washing (clothes), etc.

daʔla*   [daʔlaw]  da-, ʔla*2. Verb. rub face or chair with hand; make quick movement with hand. daʔláwciʔ make quick movement with hand (to pull dress closed if someone says it fell open). ti ʔwá· daʔlawciye· mu he grabbed it first. synonyms: duʔla*.

daʔladaʔla*   [daʔladáʔlaw]  daʔla*. Verb. rub face or chair every once in a while. compare: daladala*, baʔlabaʔla*.

daʔladaʔla*   [daʔladáʔlaw]  daʔla*. Verb. rub face or chair every once in a while. compare: daladala*, baʔlabaʔla*.

daʔli*   [-]  da-, ʔli*. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Verb. wave hand.

daʔlidaʔli*   [daʔlidáʔliw]  daʔli*. Reduplicating Verb. wave hand.

daʔliʔli*   [daʔlíʔliw]  daʔli*. Reduplicating Verb. wave hand. daʔlíʔli D: Imperative. daʔlíʔlimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

daʔlidaʔli*   [daʔlidáʔliw]  daʔli*. Reduplicating Verb. wave hand.

daʔliʔli*   [daʔlíʔliw]  daʔli*. Reduplicating Verb. wave hand. daʔlíʔli D: Imperative. daʔlíʔlimmeʔ D: Plural Imperative.

daʔlodalot*   [daʔlodaloʔ]  daʔloʔlo*.

daʔloʔlo*   [daʔloʔlow]  da-, ʔlo*2. Variant: daʔlodalot*. Reduplicating Verb. roll into ball; make spherical by rubbing between palms. ʔima dáʔloʔlow to make cotton balls by rolling in hands. Example Variant: ʔima daʔlóʔlomulʔ. compare: dalodaloc*.

daʔlu*   [daʔluw]  da-, ʔlu*1. Variant: daʔludalutacʼ*. Verb. wrap up something flat or round. daʔlu múl miʔkʰe naṭa qawiʔ wrap up your baby (in a blanket)! daʔlu D: Imperative. daʔlutʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔlumeʔ D: Plural Imperative. daʔludálutacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. Example Variant: daʔlutácmeʔ. daʔlúʔluʔ to wrap up something flat or round.

daʔludalutacʼ*   [daʔludalutacʼ]  daʔlu*.

daʔluš*   [daʔlúš]  da-, ʔluš*. Verb. glance off of the hand. daʔlušciw pressing on arm of chair to get up, my hand slipped off the side from not being square ¡sem. daʔlušá·law pressing on arm of chair to get up, my hand slipped off the side from not being square.

daʔpʼanh*   [daʔpʼanʔ]  da-, ʔpʼanh*. Verb. push closed.

daʔpʼodapʼota·d*   [daʔpʼodapʼota·du]  daʔpʼoʔpʼoc*. Verb. empty out by turning upside down.

daʔpʼoʔpʼoc*   [daʔpʼóʔpʼoʔ]  da-, ʔpʼo*. Variant: daʔpʼodapʼota·d*. Reduplicating Verb. remove everything with hand; pour everything out; empty out by turning upside down. kaho·n li kalikakʰ daʔpʼoʔpʼocʰmela I emptied out the papers in the box. ʔaro·s daʔpʼóʔpʼicʰmela I poured out the last of the rice (tapping to make sure everything came out).

daʔqʼac*   [daʔqʼaʔ]  da-, ʔqʼac*. Variant: daqʼahci*. Verb. tighten, make secure, make safe, with the hand. daʔqʼácciʔ by hand to press in tight on oneself, to tuck in (a shirt). daʔqʼácʰmaʔ to press (clothes) tight into (a suitcase). daʔqʼacá·law to press down tight. compare: dahpanh*.

daʔqʼala·tad*   [daʔqʼalá·tadu]  daʔqʼalh*.

daʔqʼalh*   [daʔqʼálʔ]  da-, ʔqʼalh*. Variant: daʔqʼala·tad*. Verb. insert one's hand into something. cʼe·lícʼba, seʔe tol daʔqʼálhciy falling down, he stuck his hand into the brush.

daʔsʼaṭ*   [daʔsʼaʔ]  da-, ʔsʼaṭ*1. Verb. hit hard and hurt, using the palm of the hand. daʔsʼáṭʰmaw to bruise hand; to slap with palm. daʔsʼáṭʰma D: Essive, Imperative. daʔsʼáṭʰmatʰuʔ D: Essive, Negative. daʔsʼáṭʰmame·du D: Essive, Durative. daʔsʼáhṭima D: Essive, Plural, Imperative. daʔsʼáhṭima·du D: Essive, Plural, Durative. daʔsʼayʔ to hit hand on something, hard so it hurts.

daʔsʼi*   [daʔsʼiw]  da-, ʔsʼi*2. Variant: dasʼit*. Verb. pinch with palm of hand against something. taqʰma daʔsʼiwciʔ to tuck a piece of the dress (under self).

daʔsʼil*   [daʔsʼilʔ]  da-, ʔsʼil*. Verb. splash with the hand. daʔsʼilayʔ to splash. daʔsʼihlayʔ D: Plural. dasʼihlaciʔ D: Durative Plural. ʔahqʰa daʔsʼilá·law slinging down water by shaking, flicking hand.

daʔsʼiʔsʼi*   [daʔsʼiʔsʼiw]  da-, ʔsʼi*1. Reduplicating Verb. touch lightly and repeatedly with the hand, paw; twitch. daʔsʼiʔsʼiw to keep touching lightly and repeatedly so it may tickle or itch slightly. Example Variant: daʔsʼidaʔsʼiw. ʔicʰa· dáʔsʼidaʔsʼide· maʔu here comes the spider (touching the floor very lightly). heʔey ʔtʰin šoqʼoʔ dáʔsʼiʔsʼin mice are scratching around somewhere. ʔimela yaʔ to kʼaṭa qʰamʔli daʔsʼíʔsʼiw a flea is crawling in my clothes.

daʔsʼo*   [daʔsʼów]  da-, ʔsʼo*2. Verb. knead (dough).

daʔsʼoʔsʼo*   [daʔsʼoʔsʼow]  da-, ʔsʼo*3. Verb. repeatedly dent with the hand. ciba· tʰin šuhkʰéhtaqoʔ li dahcʰaṭánʔbina lamé·sa kʼaṭa daʔsʼóʔsʼocʰqʰ someone must have [AS: opened the drawer and] [AS: rummaged around]; the table cloth has been crumpled. daʔsʼóʔsʼoʔ squeeze in hand. synonyms: pʰaʔsʼoʔsʼo*.

daʔsʼulh*   [daʔsʼulʔ]  da-, ʔsʼulh*2. Verb. press down with hand. daʔsʼula·qoʔ to gather bunch of strings lengthwise together by grabbing in hand and squeezing hand down to other end. compare: dasʼu·l*1, dasʼul*.

daʔsʼuš*   [daʔsʼuš]  da-, ʔsʼuš*. Verb. hold hands in the shape of a point. daʔsʼuša·q- to hold hands together in a point (as in diving).

daʔtʼa*   [daʔtʼáw]  da-, ʔtʼa*6. Variant: datʼac*. Verb. 1 • find one thing; feel with the hand, but the commonest meaning is ‘to find’ (by any means, not just with the hand); locate something. daʔtawʔ it’s found. datʼaʔ D: Plural Sbject or Object, Absolutive. daʔtʼamʔ to be discovered, caught in something, in a place (garden, house). ʔahca· daʔtʼámqacʼba muhkʰunáʔqayʔ on being discovered in the house, he got embarrassed. kú·lpa daʔtʼaw to find fault. ʔacaʔ ku·lpa daʔtʼaʔqal fault-finder. qahqo dáʔtʼamʔ to come upon someone naked. qahqo dáʔtʼamwiye· to someone came upon me when I was nude. qahqo daʔtʼaw to come upon someone naked (seems to be less by chance). daʔtʼámwiye· to dacʰaci·dem he discovered, found me suddenly while I was stealing. daʔtʼama D: Essive, Imperative. daʔtʼamá·du D: Essive, Durative. datʼáhtima(·du) D: Essive, Plural, Imperative (Durative). bute· tʰin pʰala mito ʔa daʔtʼateʔ I’ll see you again sometime. (might be said on parting, instead of our "good-bye"). kʼaṭʰito daʔtʼamucʼmela I ran into a friend on the street. mulido mu naṭa ʔíma·ta ʔemu (mul) pʰusʼi dáʔtʼaqaʔ they say this girl saw a (that) ghost. daʔtʼaqá·cʼi show yourself ?; let him find you. daʔtʼaqácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. ʔamadútʼaʔ daʔtʼaw to find a job (calque). daʔtʼayé· ʔa I found it. kʰe qanemaʔ daʔtʼaye· ʔa I found my relatives. miʔkʰe qanemaʔ daʔtʼaye· ʔa I found your relatives. daʔtʼaqaʔ let someone find self. compare: datʼat*.

2 • see, observe, encounter, find out, notice, discover.

daʔtʼamucʼ*   [daʔtʼamuʔ]  daʔtʼa*. Variant: datʼatʰmucʼ*. Verb. 1 • meet, meet each other, get acquainted. datʼatʰmuʔ meet lots of people, in different places; several to find each other. daʔtʼamuʔ two to meet each other. Example Comment: one of several euphemistic terms for ‘to make love’. daʔtʼamuʔ tʰin we never met each other. Nancy to ya daʔtʼamucʼkʰe maʔa búmuyiʔti we're going to meet Nancy (tomorrow) in order to eat (lunch).

2 • make physical contact, make love.

qanemaʔ daʔtʼa   [qanemáʔ daʔtʼaw]  qanemacʼ, daʔtʼa*. Verb. adopt as relative.

daʔtʼadatʼad*   [daʔtʼadatʼata·du]  daʔtʼaʔtʼac*.

daʔtʼahqa*   [daʔtʼahqaw]  . Verb. let (someone) know.

daʔtʼamucʼ*   [daʔtʼamuʔ]  daʔtʼa*. Variant: datʼatʰmucʼ*. Verb. 1 • meet, meet each other, get acquainted. datʼatʰmuʔ meet lots of people, in different places; several to find each other. daʔtʼamuʔ two to meet each other. Example Comment: one of several euphemistic terms for ‘to make love’. daʔtʼamuʔ tʰin we never met each other. Nancy to ya daʔtʼamucʼkʰe maʔa búmuyiʔti we're going to meet Nancy (tomorrow) in order to eat (lunch).

2 • make physical contact, make love.

daʔtʼaʔtʼac*   [daʔtʼáʔtaʔ]  da-, ʔtʼa*3. Variant: daʔtʼadatʼad*. Verb. be chock full. daʔtʼáʔtʼaci (to clothes or basket) be full! daʔtʼadatʼata·du (to several clothes or baskets) be full! daʔtʼadatʼatanʔqa (to person) make (clothes or baskets) full! buhqʰálli kʼaṭa daʔtʼáʔtʼaʔ cowé·haʔu the clothes are over-stuffed, lying in the basket there. synonyms: pʰaʔtʼaʔtʼac*, dohtohto*.

daʔtʼe*   [daʔtʼew]  da-, ʔtʼe*2. Verb. stick (mud) on wall with hand. daʔtʼe(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daʔtʼe (cí·du) D: Durative. datʼeti D: Imperative. datʼétʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. datʼetá·duwa·du maṭʰqʰa dáʔtʼe qa·mamu (ʔahca hó·taw) you must have stuck mud (on the wall).

daʔtʼehn*   [daʔtʼehniw]  daʔtʼenh*. Verb. attach with the hand.

daʔtʼekelec*   [daʔtʼekéleʔ]  da-, ʔtʼekele*, da-. Instr Verb Stem. flatten by hand.

daʔtʼem*   [daʔtʼemʔ]  da-, ʔtʼem*4. Verb. find, hit upon with the hand (palm). cú·ki duqʼaʔ kʰe daʔtʼémqamda I found, after rummaging around, my lost sock.

daʔtʼemh   [daʔtʼemh]  muʔtʼemh*.

daʔtʼemh*   [daʔtʼemʔ]  da-, ʔtʼemh*. Verb. put palm against; pat; cover with a cloth. kunu dáʔtʼemhciʔ to give one pat on one’s own chest or put with hand on one’s own chest. daʔtʼémqaw to put palm on something, holding it against something else. kʼaṭa dáʔtʼemhcicʼi ma qahqo ʔe ʔ put a cloth over yourself; you are naked. daʔtema D: Imperative. daʔtʼemmaʔ D: Absolutive. daʔtʼemácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. datʼehtimacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. synonyms: muʔtʼemh*.

daʔtʼenh*   [daʔtʼenʔ]  da-, ʔtʼenh*. Variant: daʔtʼehn*. Verb. attach, with the hand (palm), paw; by waves. daʔtʼena·ye mul to put (paper, cloth, mud) down and spread around with hand.

daʔtʼeʔtʼe*   [daʔtʼeʔtʼew]  da-, ʔtʼeʔtʼe*. Verb. (berries hanging) close together. cuhti dáʔtʼeʔtʼeʔ full of designs. wale hólyo daʔtʼeʔtʼeʔ beads close together. ʔamaʔ dú·ciʔtʰiniqa·mul ho(´)hwa tol matʼqʰa dáʔtʼeʔtʼew he must not know anything; he smeared the door all over with mud. ṭʼi· báhqay daʔtʼeʔtʼecʰqa· qʰaletol the blackberries are thick on the bush. Example Variant: báhqa·.

daʔtʼunh*   [daʔtʼunʔ]  da-, ʔtʼunh*. Verb. constrict, reduce and close inner space using the hand (palm). ʔimo daʔtʼúnhciw to press the opening (of cardboard box) closed. cihṭʰi kʼáʔli cohšo dáʔtʼunhmaw the hands are pressed together between the legs.

daʔtʼutʰu*   [daʔtʼútʰuw]  da-, ʔtʼutʰu*2. Verb. 1 • smash, decrease inside space, with the hand; roll up. dabo·máʔ miʔkʰe daʔtʼutʰúcʰpʰi banema·cʼi roll up brim of your hat and put it on! daʔtʼutʰú·tʰuʔ kʰe buhqʰal ʔ don’t squeeze my basket!

2 • squeeze and smash something between palms of hand. daʔtʼutʰuʔ squeezing together by hand. daʔtudátʼuta·du D: Durative.

daʔṭaš*   [daʔṭaš]  . Verb. do to all, by hand [?]

daʔṭu*   [daʔṭuw]  da-, ʔṭu*. Verb. press edge of hand. daʔṭú· dayeʔcʰi tubici press your hand on the edge and get up.

daʔṭʼa*   [daʔṭʼaw]  da-, ʔṭʼa*1, da-, ʔṭʼa*1. Variant: dalaṭʼa*. Verb. hold between hands and break. daʔṭʼaway to press hand against wall and break. kʼaṭa dáʔṭʼadaṭʼatʰmaʔ cloth wrapped around and around head (turban). daʔṭʼawá·yi daʔṭʼawá·tʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔṭʼawá·ya·du D: Durative. daṭʼáhwayi D: Plural, Imperative. daṭʼáhwa·tʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural. daṭʼáhwaya·du D: Plural, Durative. daʔṭʼawá·yiʔ to hold with hand against chest. daʔṭʼawá·yicʼi D: Reflexive. daṭʼáhwayicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. daʔṭʼawá·yi D: Imperative. daṭʼáhwa·meʔ D: Plural, Imperative.

daʔṭʼadaṭʼatʰmacʼ*   [daʔṭʼadaṭʼatʰmaʔ]  . Verb. cloth wrapped like turban.

daʔṭʼaqʼat*   [daʔṭʼaqʼaʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼaqʼa·t*, da-, ʔṭʼaqʼa·t*. Verb. press hand on something so it pops (a peanut).

daʔṭʼaš*   [daʔṭʼaš]  da-, ʔṭʼaš*2, da-, ʔṭʼaš*2. Variant: daṭʼahš*. Verb. put in place or join together using the hand; close a door or lid. daʔṭʼášci close suitcase or door (no diff. from daʔpʼan). daṭʼáhši D: Plural, Imperative. daʔṭʼašá·law to press down with hand to press into place something that has bent out at a joint (or press lid on a box). daṭʼáhšalaw D: Directional "down", Absolutive.

daʔṭʼaṭ*   [daʔṭʼaʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼaṭ*3, da-, ʔṭʼaṭ*3. Verb. crack with the hand. hoʔtʼo daʔṭʼaṭi·cʼ pressing hand on own head, bumping several times (hand must rise off and go back on).

daʔṭʼawayʔ   [daʔṭʼawayʔ]  ṭʼa·*.

daʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*   [daʔṭʼaʔṭʼaw]  da-, ʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*, da-, ʔṭʼaʔṭʼa*. Verb. repeatedly press with hand.

daʔṭʼe*   [daʔṭʼew]  da-, ʔṭʼe*2, da-, ʔṭʼe*2. Verb. stick (mud or dough) with hand or pushing a finger. daʔṭʼe(tʰuʔ) D: Negative. daʔṭʼecí·du D: Durative. daṭʼetá·du D: Durative. daṭʼeti D: Imperative, Plural. daṭʼéhtʰuʔ D: Negative, Plural.

daʔṭʼelh*   [daʔṭʼelʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼelh*. Verb. part with the hand. daʔṭʼelá·du to push one’s way through (the brush). heʔe daʔṭʼela·duyiʔ to part hair with hand. diʔṭʼela·duʔ to mat down by falling on. compare: dihšahša*.

daʔṭʼeʔṭʼe*   [daʔṭʼéʔṭʼew]  da-, ʔṭʼeʔṭʼe*2. Verb. pound lightly with hand.

daʔṭʼi   [daʔṭʼi]  da-, ʔṭʼi*3. Adjective. bent by hand. daʔṭʼi dácʼow made bent (of iron rod) by hand.

daʔṭʼiṭ*   [daʔṭʼiʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼiṭ*. Verb. twist several things together with the hand. cohso daʔṭʼiṭiʔ to wring hands together. Example Variant: ...máʔṭʼiṭiʔ. kʼaṭa dúṭʼiʔ daṭʼíṭʰci turn the cloth inside out with palm in one motion!

daʔṭʼiʔṭʼic*   [daʔṭʼíʔṭʼiʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼiʔṭʼi*1, da-, ʔṭʼiʔṭʼi*1. Verb. tangle.

daʔṭʼoṭʼo   [daʔṭʼoṭʼo]   Noun. screech owl. compare: hosiqʼ.

daʔṭʼoʔṭʼo*   [daʔṭʼoʔṭʼow]  da-, ʔṭʼo*. Reduplicating Verb. sound of hitting lightly, patting, tapping, with the hand (palm). ʔino daʔṭʼóʔṭʼoci mul pat dust off! cohso daʔṭʼodaṭʼo·cʼi clap hands!

daʔṭʼubut*   [daʔṭʼubuʔ]  da-, ʔṭʼubut*1, da-, ʔṭʼubut*1. Verb. push something under water. daʔṭʼubútʰ- to push under (water) by hand. kʼaṭa mul ʔahqʰa yó· daʔṭʼubú·ti push those clothes under the water!

daʔwiʔwi*   [daʔwíʔwiw]  da-, ʔwi*. Verb. rub quickly with palm, twisting hands. huʔú· daʔwíʔwiyiʔ to rub one's eyes fast, with palm of hand twisting.

daʔya*   [daʔyaw]  da-, ʔya*. Verb. press down a little; press hand lightly on something (/dayeʔ/ is to press hard). daʔya D: Imperative. daʔyatʰuʔ D: Negative. daʔyameʔ D: Plural Imperative. daʔyací·du D: Durative. daʔyacíʔtʰuʔ D: Negative.

daʔyoʔyo*   [daʔyóʔyow]  da-, ʔyo*2. Verb. rake together with hands.

daʔyuʔyu*   [daʔyúʔyuw]  da-, ʔyuʔyu*. Verb. rub or press hand on something – hurts but doesn’t injure; hurt someone else by pushing or rubbing.

da·   [dá·]   Interjection. no.

da·*   [daw]  Lit: Don’t want to be lazy! Variant: datacʼ*; datad*; ʔda·. Verb. 1 • like, be pleasing. qoʔdi dá·w it is pleasing. datácʼqacʼmeʔ like several! (pl). datánʔqacʼi (one) like several! da·qáʔtʰuʔ don’t like! daqa·cʼedú·cedu (habitually) Like! da·qacʼme mul ʔ (to several) Like that! daqa·cʼi like! da·wé·to I like that. pʰala to da·tʰ D: Imperative. Example Variant: pʰala da·tʰé·to.. hú·ʔ daw e· to yes, I like it. tiʔkʰe naṭa ʔaná· da·qaʔ she really loves her child. da·qacʼ é· ʔa tulse I like candy. Example Variant: da·wé· to tulse.. da·wé· to mu·kito I like him. dayi·ci to ʔ let me like it! da·yícʰwiye· to I am beginning to like (something). ʔama dúhkʰeniʔ ʔi· da·qáʔtʰuʔ don’t be lazy! da·we· to I want some (of your food). kafé· mito da·we· do you want coffee? hu·ʔˇ kafé· to da·w yes, I want coffee. to da·ba when I like it. Example Variant: daba to. to daʔba I would like it. Example Variant: daʔba to. daʔ (ʔé· to) I'll want (need) that. daci·de· to daci·ucé·de· to da·nati though, I like. da·baʔinsʼ Example Variant: daʔbaʔinsʼ. dawínati dawhlá·li

2 • want, desire. daqa·cʼé· to they want me. molókko da·we·to I want milk. (I like it.) pʰala dá·we·to I want more. Example Variant: pʰala tó da·w.. kaféy ʔdawanʔ I want some coffee. compare: ʔda*2.

3 • love.

da·yaw   [da·yaw]  da·*, -yaw. Adjective. favorite (of everyone), wanted. ʔahca báhṭʰe da·yaw é· mu cohtowam that big house standing is everyone’s favorite. ʔahca da·yáw ʔtʰin e· mu that house is unwanted.

da·yic*   [da·yiʔ]  da·*. Verb. start to like. dayi·cedú to keep starting to like. dayi·ci to ʔ let me like it! da·yicʰwiye· to I am beginning to like (something).

da·yicʰqac*   [da·yícʰqaʔ]  da·yic*. Verb. fall in love. da·yícʰmuʔ to fall in love with each other (n.d.) da·yícʰqacʼi fall in love. da·yícʼkʰe will fall in love. da·yícʰqacʼqati in order to cause someone to fall in love. to· ma da·yícʰqaʔ da·qaʔ min baʔtʼaw it sounds like you want to fall in love with me. (asking for embarrassing comeback). to· ma mito da·yícʰqaʔ da·qaʔ min baʔtʼaw it sounds like you want me to fall in love with you.

da·bicʰqa*   [da·bícʰqaw]  ʔda*1, -ibic. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) leave, go away, start to go. synonyms: cohtoc*, pʰilebic*, hayomi·bic*.

2 • a few men leave, go away, start to go. da·bícʰqameʔ leave! (to a few). da·bícʰqawa·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep leaving! (to a few).

3 • two (male or female) go up.

4 • a few men go up.

da·cʼicʰqa*   [da·cʼícʰqaw]  ʔda*1, -acʼic. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go far, away to a distance. synonyms: wa·duc*, pʰila·cʼic*, hayohmacʼic*.

2 • a few men go far, away to a distance. da·cʼícʰqameʔ go far! (to a few). da·cʼícʰqawa·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep going far! (to a few).

da·cʼqa*   [dacʼqáw]  ʔda*1, -acʼ1. Variant: ʔda·cʼqa*. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go along (in one direction). dacʼqaw a few to go. synonyms: wa·d*1, pʰila·cʼ*, hayohmacʼ*.

2 • a few men go along (in one direction).

3 • two (male or female) come toward here.

4 • a few men come toward here. dacʼqameʔ come here! (to a few). dacʼqawá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep coming this way! (to a few).

da·cʼwacʼqa*   [dacʼwácʼqaw]  da·cʼqa*, -wacʼ. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go here and there; wander. synonyms: wa·nʔwad*, pʰilatʰmucʼ*, hayom*.

2 • a few men go here and there; wander.

da·cʼwacʼqa*   [dacʼwácʼqaw]  da·cʼqa*, -wacʼ. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go here and there; wander. synonyms: wa·nʔwad*, pʰilatʰmucʼ*, hayom*.

2 • a few men go here and there; wander.

da·d*   [da·du]  ʔda*1, -ad2. Verb. extend along; stretch along. hiʔda dá·du the road stretches along.

da·hqa*1   [dahqáw]  Variant: dahqa*. ʔda*1, -aq1. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go out from here, go away. synonyms: waq*, pʰilaq*, hayohmaq*.

2 • a few men go out from here, go away. dahqameʔ go out! (to a few). dahqawá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep going out! (to a few).

3 • two (male or female) go north or west from here.

4 • a few men go north or west from here.

da·hqa*2   [dahqáw]  ʔda*1, -aqʷ. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) come out. synonyms: woq*, pʰiloq*, hayohmaqʷ*.

2 • a few men come out. dahqameʔ come out! (to a few). dahqawá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep coming out! (to a few).

3 • two (male or female) come northward or westward to here, come from the south or east.

4 • a few men come northward or westward to here, come from the south or east.

da·la*   [da·law]  ʔda*1, -ala. Verb. extend down. hiʔda dá·law the road extends down. hiʔda dála·medu

da·lahqa*   [dalahqáw]  ʔda*1, -ala. Variant: dalahqa*. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go down. pʰala dálahqaw they also go down. synonyms: wala*, pʰilala*, hayohmala*.

2 • a few men go down. dalahqaméʔ go down! (to a few). dalahqawá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep going down! (to a few).

da·lamecʼqa*   [da·lamecʼqaw]  . Verb of Movement. several men go down off of.

da·lohqa*   [dalohqáw]  ʔda*1, -aloq. Variant: dalohqa*. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) come up to here. synonyms: woloq*, pʰiloloq*, hayohmaloq*.

2 • a few men come up to here. dalohqaméʔ come up! (to a few). dalohqawá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep coming up! (to a few).

da·qa*   [da·qaw]  ʔda*1. Verb. make road run into another.

da·qacʰqa*   [da·qácʰqaw]  ʔda*1, -aqac. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go up from here. synonyms: waqac*, pʰilaqac*2, hayohmaqac*.

2 • a few men go up from here. da·qácʰqameʔ go up! (to a few). da·qácʰqawa·cʼiyicʼmeʔ keep going up! (to a few).

da·qocʼqa*   [da·qocʼqaw]  ʔda*1, -aqocʼ. Verb of Movement. 1 • two (male or female) go out from here (without reference to cardinal direction). synonyms: woqocʼ*, pʰiloqocʼ*, hayohmaqocʼ*.

2 • a few men go out from here (without reference to cardinal direction).

da·sqʰac*   [dá·sqʰaʔ]  da-, sqʰac*. Variant: da·sqʰawa·tad*. Verb. brush bare and smooth with the hand.

da·sqʰawa·tad*   [dá·sqʰawa·tadu]  da·sqʰac*.

da·sʼluc*   [da·sʼluʔ]  da-, sʼluc*. Verb. make grimy and slick with the hands. cohšo sʼáʔsʼa wi to· ma sʼaʔsʼa dá·sʼlucʰwiy with dirty hands, you got me grimy. ʔihpʰu·li dá·sʼluci make it slick with lard!

da·yaw   [da·yaw]  da·*, -yaw. Adjective. favorite (of everyone), wanted. ʔahca báhṭʰe da·yaw é· mu cohtowam that big house standing is everyone’s favorite. ʔahca da·yáw ʔtʰin e· mu that house is unwanted.

da·yic*   [da·yiʔ]  da·*. Verb. start to like. dayi·cedú to keep starting to like. dayi·ci to ʔ let me like it! da·yicʰwiye· to I am beginning to like (something).

da·yicʰqac*   [da·yícʰqaʔ]  da·yic*. Verb. fall in love. da·yícʰmuʔ to fall in love with each other (n.d.) da·yícʰqacʼi fall in love. da·yícʼkʰe will fall in love. da·yícʰqacʼqati in order to cause someone to fall in love. to· ma da·yícʰqaʔ da·qaʔ min baʔtʼaw it sounds like you want to fall in love with me. (asking for embarrassing comeback). to· ma mito da·yícʰqaʔ da·qaʔ min baʔtʼaw it sounds like you want me to fall in love with you.

da·yicʰqac*   [da·yícʰqaʔ]  da·yic*. Verb. fall in love. da·yícʰmuʔ to fall in love with each other (n.d.) da·yícʰqacʼi fall in love. da·yícʼkʰe will fall in love. da·yícʰqacʼqati in order to cause someone to fall in love. to· ma da·yícʰqaʔ da·qaʔ min baʔtʼaw it sounds like you want to fall in love with me. (asking for embarrassing comeback). to· ma mito da·yícʰqaʔ da·qaʔ min baʔtʼaw it sounds like you want me to fall in love with you.

-de   [de]   Kinship Noun. Vocative in kinship system.

dec   [dec]  ʔdic*.

deʔ   [deʔ]  teʔ.

de·*   [dew]   Verb. follow; trail, follow tracks. meʔa yácʰma ya·cal déhtacʼicʰmeʔ (to several) Follow your fathers! ʔahcá· de·maʔ to follow into the house. synonyms: nuwa*.

de·duc*   [de·duʔ]  de·*, -aduc. Variant: de·cʼic*. Verb. follow far. meʔél dedu·ci follow your father! dono tól dedu·ci follow in the hills!

hude·d*   [hude·du]  de·*. Verb. applaud in the Indian way (by saying "ho"). hude·du to applaud, saying /ho/; to acclaim, applaud (not clapping but shouting appreciation for performance). baṭʰe·yi húde·du to applaud many times. hudedu·cedú·cedu D: Durative. hudenʔkʰe ʔéhni ma ʔa· mito duwi dí·cʼinʔpʰila are you going to say "ʔow" if I tell you a coyote story ? kumíʔdaʔ ṭa mu·kinʔ hudedu·cedám he always applauds. kumíʔdaʔ ṭa ma·caʔ hudecʼi·yicʼam they always applaud. compare: bade·d*.

qʰama· de·ci   [qʰama· dé·ciw]  qʰama·, de·*. Verb. follow along (probably later). qʰama· dé·cʼiʔ several to follow. qʰama· deʔ they followed. Example Variant: qʰama· dé·cʼiy.. qʰama· dé·cʼicʰmeʔ follow (to several)! má hla· qʰama· de·ci you too follow (with them)! má hla· qʰama· decí·du you too keep following. qʰama· dé·cime·du D: Durative, Semelfactive. qʰama· dé·du to follow someone along the trail.

qʰama· de·du   [qʰama· dé·du]  qʰama1, de·*. Verb. follow tracks. qʰama· dé·du to follow later. qʰama· dé·du·y he followed the tracks. qʰama· dedú·ci follow off to the distance! qʰama· déhcadu·ci (to one) Follow (several) off to a distance! qʰama· déhcacʼicʰmeʔ (to several) Follow (several) off to a distance! naṭayya ʔem maʔéʔkʰe qʰama dé·cʼin míl pʰila·cʼ the children are going along and following their father’s tracks (looking at prints). naṭayya qʰama· dé·duye· maʔel basatícʼqaʔnati the children later followed their father, even though he told them to stay (not nec. looking at tracks). (/qʰama·/ is "later") (contrast /qʰama/ vs. /qʰama·/). ʔahcá· de·maʔ to follow into the house. qʰama· demá·duʔ he trailed (her) here. qʰama wínal ma·duʔ to arrive on one’s footsteps.

de·cʼic*   [de·cʼic]  de·duc*.

de·duc*   [de·duʔ]  de·*, -aduc. Variant: de·cʼic*. Verb. follow far. meʔél dedu·ci follow your father! dono tól dedu·ci follow in the hills!

de·ki   [de·ki]  diki*1.

de·m   [de·m]  ʔdi·m*.

di-   [di]   Variant: diʔṭʼe. pref-instr. by gravity; by falling or from a heavy weight placed on top of.

dihcelh*   [dihcelʔ]  di-, hcelh*. Verb. be obstructed by something falling.

dihcelhma*   [dihcélhmaw]  dihcelh*. Verb. (stick) fall and become lodged crosswise (in a tree).

dihkotʰci*   [dihkotʰciw]  di-, hkot*. Verb. wear out by falling down.

dihtenh*   [dihténʔ]  di-, htenh*1. Verb. flatten something by means of something heavy or by gravity. dihtená·tanʔqa D: Causative, Imperative. dihténhmaw to stay down. heʔe mito dihténhmaw your hair is lying down (not sticking up). qaʔdi ʔáqolayel mil tilitilinʔwanʔpʰi tʼi díhtenhci roll around in that tall grass and mash it all down. Example Variant: diténʔta.

dihtʰunh*   [dihtʰunʔ]  di-, htʰunh*. Verb. not quite reach after falling. qʰale ʔahca tolhqʰaʔ cʰabina ʔnati dihtʰunhciʔ the tree must have fallen towards the house but didn’t reach it. Example Variant: didulciʔ ~ didilciʔ.

dihṭʰa*   [dihṭʰaw]  di-, hṭʰa*2. Verb. open, unloose. diṭʰaʔ one or several door(s) to open by itself.

dihṭʰe*   [dihṭʰew]  di-, hṭʰe*1. Verb. spread out by gravity; fall open like a collar. hasʼiʔda dihṭʰe falling.

dihṭʰeyʔ*   [-]  di-, hṭʰeyʔ*1. Variant: diṭʰehy*. Verb. spread by gravity.

dihṭʰeyad*   [dihṭʰeyadu]  dihṭʰeyʔ*. Verb. spread along by gravity [?]

dihṭʰeyʔma*   [dihṭʰéyʔmaw]  dihṭʰeyʔ*. Verb. spread out on a surface due to gravity; hang down spread out.

mihya dihṭʰeyʔmaw  mihya, dihṭʰeyʔma*. [mihya díhṭʰeyʔmaw]   Noun. collar. synonyms: mihya pihṭʰeyʔmaw.

dihṭʰeyʔmad*   [dihṭʰéyʔmadu]  dihṭʰeyʔ*, -mad. Verb. spread out by lying on; lie on something and crush it down to a bed.

dihwatʼ*   [dihwaʔ]  di-, hwatʼ*. Verb. fall and flatten; flop, disintegrate, lose tenseness, tone, collapse. dihwatʼciw to drop rotten melon and it squashes and flattens; to fall over, flop down. mul₁ kalikákʰ₂ kaho·n₃ el₄ dihwátʼci₅ fall and squash that cardboard box! dihwátʼci flop down! dihwátʼcimeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Semelfactive. diwáhtʼimeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dihwátʼcimulʔ fall on.

dihwatʼwatʼa   [dihwatʼwatʼa]  dihwatʼ*. Noun. couch potato; lazy husband who sits around the house.

dihwe·n*   [dihwenʔ]  di-, hwe·n*. Verb. fat shake; heavy weight to quiver. dihwe·nin wa·dal ṭa (She’s) walking along quivering (she’s so fat).

dihye·*   [dihyew]  di-, hye·*. Variant: diyec*. Verb. stop, quit falling. ʔihcʰe dihyew it’s stopped raining. heʔe diʔkolʔba dihyew he quit cutting hair. diqʼa·ṭicʼba dihyew he quit shaving. ʔihcʰe dihyewá·law the rain is stopping falling, slowing down after raining hard.

dihyol*   [dihyolʔ]  di-, hyol*. Verb. mix together, do one thing with others. mul haʔdidiqan ṭʼo ʔahay el dihyolmucʼqa mix those different kinds of wood together!

dihyoqʰ*   [dihyoʔ]  di-, hyoqʰ*. Verb. stir, shake up by gravity. dihyóqʰmaw (to shake table) and dishes shake; (to ride in car) and be shaken). dihyóqʰciw to shake table and bottles fall over. dihyoqʰa·du D: Durative. dihyoqʰá·law a lot of little pieces to fall down on something. heʔe dihyóqʰmaw hair to be hanging loose, swinging (not "messed up") or of branches of tree waving in breeze. dihyóqʰmawa·du to shake in diff. places.

dihyut*   [dihyuʔ]  di-, hyut*. Verb. drop and break something crumbly. dihyútʰmaw to drop (not tomato; potato OK if mealy, glass) on something off ground and it breaks to pieces. dihyútʰciw to drop and break on the ground.

dika·š*   [dikaš]  di-, ka·š*. Verb. falling object project.

dikašma*   [dikašmaw]  dika·š*. Verb. big rear sticking out (not out of bed), like in steatopygis. compare: keʔye*.

di·kaškaša   [di·káškaša]  dika·š*. Ideophone Adjective. fat, leaning, out of shape. compare: di·taštaša.

dikimci*   [dikimciw]  di-, kim*. Verb. stretch with the finger. qʰasili· banémqatitʰin dikimcíhqa ti mul ʔa sulemáʔ šucʰawʔ I held it with a string so it wouldn’t hit the bottom.

dikʰulma*   [dikʰúlmaw]  di-, kʰul*. Variant: dikʰuhlim*. Verb. (berries) hang in a bush. dikʰúhlimʔ (berries) to hang in several bushes. basʼáʔsʼa bahqa· dikuhlimʔ the coffeeberries are hanging in bunches.

diqʼotʼqa*   [diqʼotʼqaw]  di-, qʼotʼ*. Instr Verb Stem. gulp. compare: šoʔqʼotam*.

dituš*   [dituš]  di-, tuš*. Verb. hang baggily; hang and bulge. ditušmaw to hang baggy. wó·lsa ditušmaw pocket hanging bulgy (from lots of stuff in it).

di·tuštušu   [di·tuštušu]  dituš*. Ideophone Adjective. baggy. kʼaṭa dí·tuštušu baggy clothes. compare: di·yotʰyoto.

ditʰut*   [ditʰuʔ]  di-, tʰut*, di-, tʰut*. Verb. drop and break apart something brittle; something brittle fall and break apart. ditʰúhtimʔ clods to fall apart when dropped into or on something (or ice or spider web if it breaks). ditʰutʰmaw one dropped. ditʰutá·duʔ to fall on ground and break into lots of pieces.

ditʰut*   [ditʰuʔ]  di-, tʰut*, di-, tʰut*. Verb. drop and break apart something brittle; something brittle fall and break apart. ditʰúhtimʔ clods to fall apart when dropped into or on something (or ice or spider web if it breaks). ditʰutʰmaw one dropped. ditʰutá·duʔ to fall on ground and break into lots of pieces.

diṭa·n*   [diṭanʔ]  di-, ṭa·n*1. Verb. make sound of slam (more than cuṭa·n). hóhwa diṭa·man a door slammed. Example Variant: hohwa diṭa·nin.. diṭanciy Example Variant: diṭamciy. tá·pʰla ʔahqal diṭani·bi·y the long board flipped up on being dropped.

diṭa·t*   [diṭaʔ]  di-, ṭa·t*. Verb. fall and twist; fall twisted. diṭatʰcí· mihcay they fell twisted.

diṭidiṭi*   [diṭidiṭiw]  di-, ṭi*3. Reduplicating Verb. sound of many things falling (apples, rocks on floor or ground, not leaves, rocks on concrete.

diṭʰaṭ*   [diṭʰaʔ]  di-, ṭʰaṭ*. Verb. fall and break open; drop and break open. diṭʰáṭʰciw to fall and crack open in two (or a few) pieces (rock, watermelon); to drop (watermelon) on ground and it breaks or drop and shatter glass, not spider web. diṭʰaṭʰmaw to drop on something or in something. diṭʰa·qa (door) fall open. dihyuṭʰciw D: Absolutive. diṭʰaṭa·duʔ to fall and crack apart. diṭʰahtaduʔ several to fall and crack apart. diṭʰaṭa·duʔ to fall and break open (a watermelon); (rock) to fall and crack apart. ʔoho díṭʰaṭa·duʔ something to fall on fire and scatter it. compare: dicʼal*, diṭʰe·l*, dikʼal*.

diṭʰa·l*   [diṭʰalʔ]  di-, ṭʰa·l*. Verb. bright by falling, by gravity. compare: hiṭʰa·l*, cuṭʰa·l*, hiṭʰa·l*.

diṭʰa·m*   [diṭʰamʔ]  di-, ṭʰa·m*. Verb. reflect (an image), by gravity, falling, a heavy weight. wenta·na duséhyalaw hloʔba diṭʰamciy the window curtain fell down and (the room) got brighter.

diṭʰe*   [diṭʰew]  di-, ṭʰe*. Verb. fall and spread out. ʔacá el cʼe·lícʼba diṭʰemy the man fell and spread out. diṭʰe· míhcaye· ma·caʔ they fell spread out. (as a parachute). diṭʰe· míhcaye· ma·cal somebody threw them and they spread out.

diṭʰe·*   [diṭʰew]  di-, ṭʰe·*, di-, ṭʰe·*. Verb. flip over. diṭʰe míhcaw several to fall and spread out. diṭʰe·néw one to fall and spread out.

diṭʰe·*   [diṭʰew]  di-, ṭʰe·*, di-, ṭʰe·*. Verb. flip over. diṭʰe míhcaw several to fall and spread out. diṭʰe·néw one to fall and spread out.

diṭʰe·l*   [diṭʰelʔ´]  di-, ṭʰe·l*. Verb. book or something stuck together opened by itself or applies to slicing meat or something soft so a slice flops over. compare: dicʼal*, diṭʰaṭ*, dikʼal*.

diṭʰe·m*   [diṭʰemʔ]  di-, ṭʰe·m*3. Verb. fall with gravity.

diṭʰil*   [diṭʰilʔ]  di-, ṭʰil*. Verb. fall and spread, stretch out; fall and bounce. kʼaṭa bahṭʰe banala·ba kalikákʰ kaho·n diṭʰilá·du·y a big cloth fell down in the paper box and spread it out. kawa·yú ltow hloʔba dihṭʰílciw fell from the horse and bounced on the ground.

diṭʰo·*   [diṭʰow]  di-, ṭʰo*. Verb. outer layer fall off in pieces; remove outer layer in pieces, by gravity. hóhwa tol cʰiʔtʼaʔ canemqaba ma diṭʰocʰqay you bumped (something) against the paint on the door and chipped off a piece. diṭʰóhqa D: Causative, Imperative. synonyms: diṭʼo·*.

diṭʼam*   [diṭʼamʔ]  di-, ṭʼam*2, di-, ṭʼam*2. Verb. fall on nest (and scatter).

diṭʼam*   [diṭʼamʔ]  di-, ṭʼam*2, di-, ṭʼam*2. Verb. fall on nest (and scatter).

diṭʼan*   [diṭʼanʔ]  di-, ṭʼan*1, di-, ṭʼan*1. Verb. bruise, injure by dropping something onto. diṭʼánʔ to bruise by dropping something on.

diṭʼan*   [diṭʼanʔ]  di-, ṭʼan*1, di-, ṭʼan*1. Verb. bruise, injure by dropping something onto. diṭʼánʔ to bruise by dropping something on.

diṭʼa·*   [diṭʼaw]  di-, ṭʼa·*. Variant: dilaṭʼa*. Verb. cause innards to fall out. diṭʼa·cʼi drop something on self! hicʼohloʔba diṭʼa·y the egg fell and broke.

diṭʼel*   [diṭʼelʔ]  di-, ṭʼel*. Verb. drip once; spot by putting one (spreadable) thing on another, by gravity, falling, a heavy weight. ʔahqʰa yaʔ kʼaṭa tol diʔṭʼebina diṭʼelqʰ water must have dripped one drop on the cloth and made a spot. kʼaṭa tol diṭʼélqa· ṭʼiʔbáhqa· ʔahqʰa díʔṭʼebina a spot is formed on the cloth when a drop of berry juice fell on it. kalikakʰ tol ʔahqʰa diṭʼelʔ dripping water made a spot on the paper.

diṭʼo·*   [diṭʼow]  Lit: cover falls off the werebear di-, ṭʼo·*. Variant: diloṭʼo*. Verb. (tablecloth) fall off by itself. kʼaṭa diṭʼow cloth falls uncovering (window). kʰuy díṭʼow secret to come out (not someone discovering you undressed, as with E. Dollar); shameful secret comes out. kʰúy diṭʼohqay they told (brought out) the secret. synonyms: diṭʰo·*.

diṭʼo·s*   [diṭʼos]  di-, ṭʼo·s*. Verb. remove covering so liquid oozes out, skin, by gravity, falling, a heavy weight. ya·pálka diṭʼosciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. naṭa qáwi ʔel cé·lícʼba, cihsi díṭʼósciy the child fell down and skinned his sores.

diṭʼu·l*   [diṭʼulʔ]  di-, ṭʼu·l*2. Variant: diṭʼuhl*. Verb. project askew, lean, not from falling. qʰale díṭʼulma· cohtow a tree is standing really askew (not vertical; can grow that way or trunk can crack and lean but not fall). diṭʼulciw D: Semelfactive, Absolutive. diṭʼulmacídu D: Durative. diṭʼúhlimʔ D: Locative, Absolutive. diṭʼulma D: Imperative. diṭʼuli·ci (to tree) Lean (but not touch ground – only of trees).

diwaṭʰ*   [diwaʔ]  di-, waṭʰ*. Verb. smash by dropping something (on). diwaṭʰciw to smash (a spider) by dropping something on it or to smash a melon by dropping it (can do this to a cracker, too).

diway*   [diwáyʔ]  di-, way*1. Variant: diwayʔta*. Verb. awaken by falling, by dropping a heavy weight. diwayi wake him up by falling on (him, or the bed)! diwayiʔ to wake oneself up by falling (out of bed).

diyecʼ*   [diyéʔ]  di-, yecʼ*. Verb. (person) lean on. diyécʼmaw (a man) to lean against. diyecʼí mil cumatʰma· tol ʔ lean back on that chair!

diyot*   [diyoʔ]  di-, yot*2. Verb. 1 • spill so as to create a pile. diyotá·duʔ to spill and spread (not water). miṭaʔ ṭʼacʼba diyótʰciy the sand spilled and (piled up). miṭaʔ ʔahqʰa yow diyota·lay lots of sand fell down into the water.

2 • sag loosely in folds. diyótʰmaw baggy (of clothes) .

di·yotʰyoto   [di·yótʰyoto]  diyot*. Ideophone Adjective. baggy. compare: di·tuštušu.

diʔdi*   [diʔdíw]  di-, ʔdi*1, . Variant: dihsa*. Verb. fall floating.

didenʔwad*   [didenʔwadu]  diʔdi*. Verb. fall floating here and there (as a feather would do).

diʔtʼa*   [diʔtʼaw]  di-, ʔtʼa*5. Variant: ditʼac*. Verb. seem, feel, detect with the senses, by gravity, falling, a heavy weight. mihsáʔ diʔtʼaw it feels heavy.

diʔtʼemh*   [diʔtʼemʔ]  di-, ʔtʼemh*. Verb. put heavy thing down onto. diʔtʼémʔcihqa mul kʼaṭa cawal ʔ put something heavy on the cloth sitting there. daholánʔpʰi₁ daʔtʼemá₂ mul₃ ʔ₄ feel around with hand and find it! You don’t look like you could lift something heavy (look too small).

diʔtʼentʼele*   [diʔtʼentʼelew]  di-, ʔtʼentʼele*. Verb. crumple, make out of shape. diʔtʼentʼeleʔ (house) to be old and leaning. ʔahca díʔtʼentʼeleʔ a shed roof house (not actually out of shape). ʔila diʔtʼentʼeleʔ nose flattened with tip pressed down.

diʔtʼeʔtʼe*   [diʔtʼeʔtʼew]  di-, ʔtʼeʔtʼe*. Instr Verb Stem. be close together. hahse diʔtʼéʔteʔ bacʰqʰ the brush grew thick.

diʔṭiʔṭi*   [diʔṭiʔṭiw]  di-, ʔṭiʔṭi*. Verb. surface to fall and gather into smaller piece. diʔṭíʔṭiʔ baney (rug fell off and) fell gathered in a bunch (not attached at one end).

diʔṭu*   [diʔṭuw]  di-, ʔṭu*. Verb. fall on edge of something (could be itself). diʔṭú· baney it fell on the edge (either of itself or of something else). diʔṭú· banalay it fell down on the edge (either of itself or of something else).

diʔṭʼaš*   [diʔṭʼaš]  di-, ʔṭʼaš*2, di-, ʔṭʼaš*2. Variant: diṭʼahš*. Verb. fall into place, objects joined by falling ?? diʔṭʼášciw solid clouds, darkened sky. hóhwa diʔṭʼášciy the door fell shut. synonyms: ʔama kʰunu·q.

diʔṭʼaš*   [diʔṭʼaš]  di-, ʔṭʼaš*2, di-, ʔṭʼaš*2. Variant: diṭʼahš*. Verb. fall into place, objects joined by falling ?? diʔṭʼášciw solid clouds, darkened sky. hóhwa diʔṭʼášciy the door fell shut. synonyms: ʔama kʰunu·q.

diʔṭʼe*   [diʔṭʼew]  , di-, ʔṭʼe*2. Verb. water to drip (make mark). diṭʼeʔ water drops. diṭʼeti (to several) Drip!

diʔṭʼenṭʼele*   [diʔṭʼenṭʼelew]  di-, ʔṭʼenṭʼele*. Verb. flatten. ʔila diʔṭʼenṭʼeleʔ nose flattened with tip pressed down.

diʔṭʼeʔṭʼec*   [diʔṭʼeʔṭʼeʔ]  di-, ʔṭʼeʔṭʼe*2. Verb. become flattened by gravity. compare: diʔṭʼe.

diʔṭʼubut*   [diʔṭʼubuʔ]  di-, ʔṭʼubut*1. Verb. drop and sink under by self. diʔṭʼubútʰqaw to dye, put under water.

diʔya*   [diʔyaw]  di-, ʔya*. Verb. almost fall but catch self; (to trip) and almost fall, fall partly. diʔyaw ʔtʰin cʼe·li·y he fell, not stopping himself.

diʔyuʔyu*   [diʔyúʔyuw]  di-, ʔyuʔyu*. Verb. hurt by fall.

di·wolʔwo   [di·wólʔwo]  di-, wo·l*. Ideophone Adjective. (hyperbole) of person walking limber, flopping around like with no bones, or of fat shaky people.

di*   [-?]   Variant: diht*. Verb of Handling. handle or act on one nonlong object (a rock, a baby, an animal); put, take, hold, carry in hand. dihtí ready to hang (shirt, etc.) up. synonyms: ye*2, ʔbe*5, ne*3, bane*3, duye*, mihca*, biʔdi*2, coʔdo*, mica·cʼic*, hsa*1, biʔdic*, yecʼ*, biʔcʼi*, hsa*2, bane*2.

dibic*   [dibíʔ]  di*, -ibic. Verb of Handling. 1 • pick up a nonlong object. dibíci D: Semelfactive, Imperative, Directional "up" or Inceptive. šeʔeʔ dibicí pick up the basket (which is on the table)! cʰiṭu· ʔama tol dibici pick up the basket from the ground. compare: šaʔa*; synonyms: be·bic*, bide·bic*, codo·bic*.

2 • carry a nonlong object up, away. (qʼoʔo) qali· dibiʔ to pitch (a song) higher. qali· dibici pitch (the song) higher!

diccicʼ*   [dicciʔ]  di*. Verb. hand to someone and take it back suddenly (if have round object) ¡retr. compare: beccicʼ*, ʔdoccicʼ*.

did*   [didú]  di*, -ad2. Verb of Handling. 1 • carry a nonlong object along (in one direction). didú·cedu keep bringing one nonlong object! dídu bring it! pʰala dídu bring it! #again. compare: bedu·cedu·ced*.

2 • bring a nonlong object toward here. synonyms: be·d*, bide·d*, codo·d*.

diduc*   [didúʔ]  di*, -aduc. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object far, away to a distance. synonyms: be·duc*, bide·duc*, codo·duc*.

dihci*   [dihcíw]  di*. Verb of Handling. pick up, take one nonlong object, such as a rock. dihci pick it up! dihcicí·du keep picking it up! dihcitʰúʔ don’t pick it up! dihcimúcʼba getting together. ʔama díhcimu·liʔ duʔyaqánʔqaba, yuʔdul pʰakʼu·maʔ after thinking about turning things around, he killed himself. Example Variant: ʔama· díhcimu·liʔ duʔyaqánʔqaba, yuʔdul pʰakʼu·maʔ. maṭʼqʰa díhciyiʔ hold or pick up a handful of mud. díhciʔ to pick up. dihcibiʔ lift up. maṭʼqʰa díhciyiʔ hold or pick up a handful of mud. kalikakʰ dihcipʰi pick up paper (something light). dihci múl qʰaʔbeʔ pick up stone!

dila*   [diláw]  di*, -ala. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object down. dila D: Imperative. dilameʔ D: Plural Imperative. dilatʰuʔ D: Negative. dilatʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. dilamé·du D: Durative. dilamécʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dilaméʔtʰuʔ D: Negative. dilamé·cʼiyicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. dila mí·li ʔ D: Imperative. Example Variant: mi·li díla. dila háʔdi ʔ D: Imperative. synonyms: be·la*, bida·la*, codo·la*.

dilamecʼ*   [dilaméʔ]  di*, -alamecʼ. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object down off of. synonyms: be·lamecʼ*, bida·lamecʼ*, codo·lamecʼ*.

diloq*   [dilóʔ]  di*, -aqʷ. Verb. carry (one thing) in hand up hither; bring a nonlong object up to here. dilóhmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dilóhtʰuʔ D: Negative. dilóhtʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. diloqó·du D: Durative. diloqócʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. diloqó·cʼiwacʼmeʔ to pick out something. diloqó·cʼiyicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. synonyms: be·loq*, bida·loq*, codo·loq*.

diloqocʼ*   [diloqóʔ]  di*, -aloqocʼ. Verb of Handling. bring a nonlong object up out of. synonyms: be·loqocʼ*, bida·loqocʼ*, codo·loqocʼ*.

dim*   [dímʔ]  di*, -m2. Variant: dima*. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object across or past. dima D: Imperative. dímmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dímtʰuʔ D: Negative. dímtʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. dimá·du D: Durative. dimácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dimadu·ci bring home. dimacʼi·yicʼmeʔ to take it to a place or bring home. dimá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ to carry across. dimayi·cʼiwacʼmeʔ take in the house. synonyms: ʔbem*1, biʔdim*2, coʔdom*1.

dima*1   [dimáw]  di*. Verb. hold a nonlong object. dimati in order to hold. dima D: Imperative. dimameʔ D: Plural Imperative. dimatʰuʔ D: Negative. dimatʰúmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. dimací·du D: Durative. dimayícʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. dimayí·cʼiyicʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive. synonyms: biʔdim*1, coʔdom*2, ʔbem*2.

dimaw   [dimáw]  dima*1. Noun. handkerchief, sheet of paper. dimaw (use for) handkerchief, sheet of paper.

qʰaʔbe dimaw   [qʰaʔbe dímaw]  Lit: to hold the rock qʰaʔbe, dima*1. Verb. keep the vocal rhythm in Kashaya music.

dimac*   [dimáʔ]  di*, -mac. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object in from here. dimaʔ D: Absolutive. dimaci D: Semelfactive, Imperative. dimácʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dimá·tʰuʔ D: Negative. dimá·tʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. dimací·du D: Durative. dimayícʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Reflexive.

winandimac   [winándimaʔ]  winan, dimac*. Noun. gizzard.

dimad*   [dimadu]  di*, -mad. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object within an enclosed place (house, pasture); at a place identified in the context, enclosed or not. synonyms: ʔbemad*, biʔdimad*, coʔdomad*.

dimaduc*   [dimadúʔ]  di*, -maduc. Verb of Handling. bring a nonlong object home, to a place, carry to destination. synonyms: ʔbema·duc*, biʔdima·duc*, coʔdoma·duc*.

dimaqocʼ*   [dimaqóʔ]  di*, -maqocʼ. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object back a few steps. synonyms: ʔbema·qocʼ*, biʔdima·qocʼ*, coʔdoma·qocʼ*.

dimaqʷ*   [dimáʔ]  di*, -maqʷ. Verb of Handling. bring a nonlong object in here. dimaqo D: Imperative. dimaqó·du D: Durative. dimaqócmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dimáhmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dimahtʰuʔ D: Negative. dimáhtʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative.

dimul*   [dimúlʔ]  di*, -mul. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object around to the other side. synonyms: ʔbemul*, biʔdimul*, coʔdomul*.

dimulicʼ*   [dimulíʔ]  di*, -mulicʼ. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object around all the way. synonyms: ʔbemu·licʼ*, biʔdimu·licʼ*, coʔdomu·licʼ*.

diq*   [díʔ]  di*, -aq1. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object out from here, away. diqa D: Causative, Imperative. dihmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. dihtʰuʔ D: Negative. dihtʰumeʔ D: Plural Imperative, Negative. diqá·du D: Durative. diqácʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. diqá·cʼiwacʼmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. Example Variant: diqá·cʼiyicʼmeʔ.

diqac*   [diqáʔ]  di*, -aqac. Verb of Handling. carry a nonlong object up from here. diqaci D: Imperative. diqácʰmeʔ D: Plural Imperative. diqá·tʰuʔ D: Negative. diqací·du D: Durative, Causative. diqayícmeʔ D: Causative, Plural Imperative, Reflexive. diqayí·cʼiyicʼmeʔ D: Causative, Plural Imperative, Reflexive. diqayí·cʼiwacʼmeʔ something move something up your own body. synonyms: be·qac*, bida·qac*, codo·qac*.

diqʷ*   [díʔ]  di*, -aqʷ. Verb of Handling. bring a nonlong object out.

dibi*   [dibi]  diʔbi*.

dibic*   [dibíʔ]  di*, -ibic. Verb of Handling. 1 • pick up a nonlong object. dibíci D: Semelfactive, Imperative, Directional "up" or Inceptive. šeʔeʔ dibicí pick up the basket (which is on the table)! cʰiṭu· ʔama tol dibici pick up the basket from the ground. compare: šaʔa*; synonyms: be·bic*, bide·bic*, codo·bic*.

2 • carry a nonlong object up, away. (qʼoʔo) qali· dibiʔ to pitch (a song) higher. qali· dibici pitch (the song) higher!

dibohši*   [dibohšiw]  dibo·š*. Verb. be puffed up by gravity.

dibommenʔ   [dibommenʔ]  dibo·m*. Noun. nickname of a woman who wore her hair hanging over and covering her forehead.

diboqʼot*   [diboqʼoʔ]  diʔboqʼ*.

dibo·m*   [dibomʔ]  di-, bo·m*. Verb. hang down and cover; hang swelled up. dibommaw to hang down covering (of plant over a wall, hair over forehead). qa kʰoyo· dibommawe· mito the flesh under your chin is hanging swelled out. dobome· mu dobo·ma cover! synonyms: dipam*, dipem*, dipʰam*, dipʰa·l*, dibo·š*.

dibommenʔ   [dibommenʔ]  dibo·m*. Noun. nickname of a woman who wore her hair hanging over and covering her forehead.

dibo·š*   [diboš]  di-, bo·š*. Variant: dibohši*. Verb. be puffed up, be enlarged insubstantially, by gravity, falling, a heavy weight. synonyms: dipam*, dipem*, dipʰam*, dipʰa·l*, dibo·m*.

dibo·šma*   [dibošmaw]  dibo·š*. Verb. hang fluffed out (of clothes, jowls, double chin). taqʰma lákʰmawin dibošmawé· to because my dress is loose (too big) it is fluffed out. dibošmameʔ D: Plural.

heʔe dibošmaw   [heʔe díbošmaw]  heʔe, dibo·šma*. Noun. pompadour, puffed-up hair.

di·bošbošo   [di·bóšbošo]  dibo·š*. Ideophone Adjective. hanging swollen by gravity. qakʰo di·bošbošo hanging swollen double chin.

dibo·šma*   [dibošmaw]  dibo·š*. Verb. hang fluffed out (of clothes, jowls, double chin). taqʰma lákʰmawin dibošmawé· to because my dress is loose (too big) it is fluffed out. dibošmameʔ D: Plural.

heʔe dibošmaw   [heʔe díbošmaw]  heʔe, dibo·šma*. Noun. pompadour, puffed-up hair.

dibuc*   [dibúʔ]  di-, buc*. Variant: dibuhc*. Verb. (rain) fall. ʔihcʰe šamá· dibucʰ it's raining heavy. ʔihcʰe dibuhcimaʔ to shower (of rain); several rains going by. dibucahy I see that it's raining. dibucí·du keep raining. dibuci keep raining! ʔihcʰe mihsaʔ dibucínʔkʰe a heavy rain will keep falling. cuhulá tow ʔihyu qʰáʔbeso· dibucam hail storming from the north. dibú·tʰuʔ don't rain! dibucʼ íyow

dibucaq*   [dibucáʔ]  dibuc*, -aq1. Verb. start to rain (or other precipitation); rain and continue to rain. dibucá·qa start to rain!

dibucʰma*   [dibucʰmaw]  dibuc*. Verb. rain to come inside. ʔihcʰe díbucʰmawe· ʔahcaw the rain is coming into the house.

dibucʰmac*   [dibúcʰmaʔ]  dibuc*, mac*2. Verb. (rain) come from the west.

dibu·cay*   [dibu·cáyʔ]  dibuc*, -ay. Variant: dibuhcay*. Verb. (rain) fall on something. ʔoʔ pʰila·cʼem, yal ʔihcʰe díbu·ca·y while we were still walking, it rained on us. pʰala dibucay it rained again. dibúhcayʔ repeatedly rain on something; to rain on something all winter.

dibucaq*   [dibucáʔ]  dibuc*, -aq1. Verb. start to rain (or other precipitation); rain and continue to rain. dibucá·qa start to rain!

dibucʰma*   [dibucʰmaw]  dibuc*. Verb. rain to come inside. ʔihcʰe díbucʰmawe· ʔahcaw the rain is coming into the house.

dibucʰmac*   [dibúcʰmaʔ]  dibuc*, mac*2. Verb. (rain) come from the west.

dibuhc*   [dibuhciw]  dibuc*.

dibuhcay*   [dibúhcayʔ]  dibu·cay*.

dibut*   [dibuʔ]  diʔbu*.

dibu·cay*   [dibu·cáyʔ]  dibuc*, -ay. Variant: dibuhcay*. Verb. (rain) fall on something. ʔoʔ pʰila·cʼem, yal ʔihcʰe díbu·ca·y while we were still walking, it rained on us. pʰala dibucay it rained again. dibúhcayʔ repeatedly rain on something; to rain on something all winter.

diccicʼ*   [dicciʔ]  di*. Verb. hand to someone and take it back suddenly (if have round object) ¡retr. compare: beccicʼ*, ʔdoccicʼ*.

dicʰa·*   [dicʰaw]  di-, cʰa·*2. Verb. get lodged, choke (not of person); fall into brush or something with branches sticking out.

dicʰa·m*   [dicʰamʔ]  dicʰa·*. Verb. 1 • (food) to get lodged in throat when swallowed, choke on (food). Chica to dicʰamʔ C [dog] is choking. Chica to kumiʔdaʔ dicʰama·du C [dog] is always choking. hiʔbaya ʔem dicʰamʔ the man is choking. dicʰamyé· mito are you choking? maʔu miʔkʰe maʔa, dicʰa·má here's your food, choke on it! maʔu miʔkʰe maʔa, dicʰamtʰúʔ here's your food, don't choke! dicʰa·ma (to person) choke! dicʰatámmeʔ D: Plural. dicʰama·law go down choking. ʔul dicʰamqʰ he's choked.

2 • Idiom: voice change (at puberty). ʔul dicʰamqʰ his voice has changed. sime dicʰamʔ change of voice at puberty.

dicʰa·m*   [dicʰamʔ]  dicʰa·*. Verb. 1 • (food) to get lodged in throat when swallowed, choke on (food). Chica to dicʰamʔ C [dog] is choking. Chica to kumiʔdaʔ dicʰama·du C [dog] is always choking. hiʔbaya ʔem dicʰamʔ the man is choking. dicʰamyé· mito are you choking? maʔu miʔkʰe maʔa, dicʰa·má here's your food, choke on it! maʔu miʔkʰe maʔa, dicʰamtʰúʔ here's your food, don't choke! dicʰa·ma (to person) choke! dicʰatámmeʔ D: Plural. dicʰama·law go down choking. ʔul dicʰamqʰ he's choked.

2 • Idiom: voice change (at puberty). ʔul dicʰamqʰ his voice has changed. sime dicʰamʔ change of voice at puberty.

dicʰi·ṭ*   [dicʰiʔ´]  di-, cʰi·ṭ*2. Verb. fall out, spill after falling. pé·su buhqʰál miʔkʰe (mu) dicʰíyh your wallet fell out.

dicʰu*   [dicʰuw]  di-, cʰu*. Variant: dicʰulta*. Verb. scrape by falling. dicʰuw falling rock scrape or break off piece of earth, [cake?] wood is probably too hard. dicʰu·lʔ part is already scraped off by something falling; scrapped by falling downward over a length. yama·ni ʔíme qʰale ʔíša· li dicʰulʔbiw the wool was knocked over by a falling tree limb. dicʰu·li fall! (to limb).

dicʰula·taq*   [dicʰu;á·taʔ]  dicʰulta*.

dicʰulta*   [dicʰúltaw]  dicʰu*. Variant: dicʰula·taq*.

dicʼahn*   [dicʼahniw]  diʔcʼanh*.

dicʼal*   [dicʼalʔ]  di-, cʼal*. Variant: dicʼalta*. Verb. (book) opens by itself (not all the way); shirt opens at top; crease in dress opens up. dicʼali open! dicʼálmeʔ open (several)! dicʼáltameʔ @. dicʼalíyow @. dicʼala·du (book) opens all the way by itself . compare: diṭʰe·l*, diṭʰaṭ*, dikʼal*.

dicʼalta*   [dicʼaltaw]  dicʼal*. Verb. open.

dicʼe*   [-]  di-, cʼe*. Cooccurrence: always reduplicated, see reduplicated forms. Reduplicating Verb. take a fall.

dicʼedicʼe*   [dicʼedícʼew]  dicʼe*. Reduplicating Verb. take many falls.

dicʼedicʼe*   [dicʼedícʼew]  dicʼe*. Reduplicating Verb. take many falls.

dicʼi·du   [dicʼi·du]  ʔama· dicʼi·du.

dicʼi·ṭ*   [dicʼiʔ]  di-, cʼi·ṭ*. Verb. mix up by gravity. dicʼiṭʰmuʔ @. dicʼi·ṭi pour together and so mix.

dicʼi·ṭaq*   [dicʼitaʔ]  dicʼi·ṭ*. Verb. 1 • mix (socially). dicʼiṭaʔ mix together (socially). dicʼiṭa·qa mix (socially). dicʼiṭa·qadú·cedu