Review-4

sɫəp̓qsMarysville
sʔəɫədalʔtxʷrestaurant
x̌əɫalʔtxʷhospital
ɫčil dxʷʔalto arrive at (literally, arrive to)
gʷəland (joinging verbs and sentences)
ʔux̌ʷto go
lədxʷčad čələpWhere are you folks going?
lədxʷčadəxʷ čəɫWhere are we going now?
sqaolder sibling or cousin
suq̓ʷaʔyounger sibling or cousin
ʔəsƛ̕ubilto be fine (is fine, am fine, etc.)
ʔiand (joining adjectives, nouns, things on a list)
-qidsuffix meaning head
-qssuffix meaning nose
-šad (-šəd)foot
-alʔtxʷsuffix meaning building
ti ɫaw̓t ʔalʔalčəɫour new house
ti ɫaw̓t ʔalʔalləpyou folks's new house
ti ɫaw̓t dbədaʔmy new baby
ɫaw̓t adbədaʔyour new baby
ti ɫaw̓t bədaʔsher new baby
ti ɫaw̓t bədaʔs ʔəlgʷəʔthier new baby
ʔux̌ʷ dxʷʔalgo to (generic)
ƛ̕ago to a specific location
ƛ̕a čəd sʔəɫədalʔtxʷI go to the restaurant
ƛ̕a sʔəɫədalʔtxʷ ti hədliHenry goes to the restaurant.
čədaand I
čəɫaand we
čəxʷaand you
čələpaand you folks
ʔiɫ-prefix meaning "more" or "most"
ti ʔiɫhaʔɫ dsyaʔyaʔmy best friend
dəgʷiʔemphatic or formal "you"
ʔəsčal čəxʷ ti dəgʷiʔ(I am fine and) How are you.
ʔəshaydxʷto now someone or something
ʔəshaydubicidknow you
ʔəslax̌dxʷto remember someone or something
ʔəslax̌dubicidto remember you
ʔəsšudxʷto see something or someone
ʔəsšudubicidsee you
tuľ čad čəxʷWhere are you from?
tuľ ʔal čəd dxʷlilapI am from Tulalip.
lətuľ čadəxʷ čəxʷwhere are you coming from now?
lədxʷčadəxʷ čəxʷwhere are you going now?
yayusto work
syayusa job, the work someone does
sʔušəbabdxʷpoor, pitiful, without teaching
sʔušəbabdxʷ čəxʷOh, you poor thing.
miʔman̓ čəd ʔəstuq̓ʷubI have a little cold.
wiliq̓ʷto ask
wiliq̓ʷidto ask someone
wiliq̓ʷicask me
sgʷəlubchicken, grouse, pheasant
sgʷəlubaɫc̕iʔchicken meat
qʷistcow
qʷistaɫc̕iʔbeef
-aɫc̕iʔsuffix meaning meat(not a word by itself)
ʔəɫədiluɫto go out and eat
-iluɫgo out and do something (suffix on verbs)
cəlacəɫdatFriday
ɫucəlacəɫdatnext Friday
syaʔyaʔs ʔəgʷəʔthier friend
č́ƛ̕aʔqsPriest Point
skayuʔqsMission Point (literally Ghost Point)
ʔadzalusqsHermosa Point
kʷiʔkʷiľqsSkatefish Point
x̌alalʔtxʷschool
ťiwiɫalʔtxʷchurch
ʔəsx̌əɫqidto have a headache
ʔubaʔkʷɫšadto hurt one's foot
ʔəsx̌ʷəƛ̕ačiʔto have a broken hand