l̕ax̌tm   [l̕ax̌təm] Morph: l̕ax̌+t+m. Variant: lax̌tm. Etym: √lx̌. to be friends with s.o.; to befriend s.o. Gram: intransitive kʷa pútiʔ kʷ cxʷəlxʷált uɬ iʔ kʷ l̕ax̌təm i k̓əl sx̌ʷílmən. When you were still alive you were partners with the Devil. Gram: +nt transitive ʕác̓ənt anwí pútiʔ kʷ cxʷəlxʷált uɬ l̕áx̌tməntxʷ iʔ sx̌ʷílmən. Look, when you were still alive you were partners with the Devil. See: sl̕ax̌t.

l̕aʔtáp   [l̕aʔtáp] Morph: l̕aʔtáp. Etym: √ltp. a small table. aˑˑ way̓, ilíʔ uɬ aɬíʔ kɬl̕aʔtáp iʔ l sənɬq̓ʷútən. There is a small table there by the bed. See: latáp.

l̕aʔx̌tíw̓s   [l̕aʔx̌tíw̓s] Morph: l̕aʔx̌+tíw̓s. Etym: √lx̌. to be friends (with one another). l̕aʔx̌tíw̓s. They are friends.

l̕ik   [l̕ik] Morph: l̕ik. Etym: √l'k. thin. l̕ik iʔ síp̓iʔs iʔ kpíqc̓aʔ. White skin is thin. Sp √leč (laq) thin l̕l̕éč (l̕l̕áq) it's thin and gauze-like, it's threadbare. See: l̕l̕ik.

l̕k̓ip   [l̕kip] Morph: l̕k̓ip. Etym: √l̕k̓p. a female salmon. cúntəm mnimɬtt iʔ sʕ̓ányaʔ, uɬ cúntəm yaʔ l̕k̓ip. We call one sʕ'ányaʔ, and we call the other l'k'ip,

l̕kʷut   [l̕kʷut] Morph: l̕kʷ+ut. Etym: √lkʷ. a little ways. ixíʔ iʔ təl xƛ̓ut, lut t̓ l̕kʷut k̓a naɬáʔ k̓əl sk̓ʷƛ̓ptan, itlíʔ uɬ ixíʔ actɣáp iʔ siwɬkʷ. From that rock, not far across towards the East, there is running water. t̓i lut səl̕kʷúts uɬ qáqəlt. It's not far to the top. See: lkʷut.

l̕l'ik   [l̕l̕ik] Morph: l̕•l'ik. Etym: √l'k. to be thin, threadbare. l̕l̕ik Sp l̕l̕éč (l̕l̕áq) it's thin and gauze-like, it's threadbare; Cm l̕‑l̕ak be thin (fabric); Cr l̕+l̕ič thin (like cloth). See: l̕ik.

l̕l̕aputáy̓   [l̕l̕aputáy̓] Morph: l̕•l̕aputáy̓. Etym: √lpty. a small bottle. l̕l̕aputáy̓. See: laputáy.

l̕l̕aw̓án̓   [l̕l̕aw̓án̓] Morph: l̕•l̕aw̓án̓. Etym: √lwn. brome grass (bromus tectorum). l̕l̕aw̓án̓. See: lawán.

l̕l̕kʷut   [l̕l̕kʷut] Morph: l̕•l̕kʷut. Etym: √lkʷ. a little ways from. l̕l̕kʷut. See: lkʷut.

l̕w̓aʔkín̓   [l̕w̓aʔkín̓] Morph: l̕w̓aʔkín̓. Etym: √lwkn. buggy; little wagon. iʔ l̕w̓aʔkín̓ t̓əct̓ácpt náx̌əmɬ iʔ lwakín táʕctəct. The buggy bounces and the wagon rides rough. yərmínt anl̕w̓aʔkín̓. Push your buggy! See: lwakín.

l̕w̓l̕iwlx   [l̕uʔl̕íwlx] Morph: l̕w̓•l̕iw̓+lx. Etym: √lw. a little bell. t̓i caʕn caʕn caʕn iʔ l̕uʔl̕íw̓lx ɬa ctəcr̓qám. The little bells went ring ring ring when he danced. yəyʕát l̕uʔl̕íwlx iʔ sttəm̓tím̓s iʔ tkɬmílxʷs. All of his wifeʼs clothes have little bells. See: lwliwlx.

l̕w̓l̕w̓akínm   [l̕uʔl̕w̓akínəm] Morph: l̕w̓•l̕w̓akín+m. Etym: √lwkn. to travel by wagon. t̓əcxʷúy t̓əcl̕uʔl̕w̓akínəm iʔ sqilxʷ ɬaʔ t̓əck̓əwsk̓ʕám ak̓láʔ. They came, the people came by wagon to come to church here. See: lwakín.

l̕x̌tiw̓s   [l̕əx̌tíw̓s] Morph: l̕x̌tiw̓s. Etym: √l̕x̌t. to be partners; to go partners, to become friends. Gram: intransitive kʷu l̕əx̌tíw̓s kʷaʔ kʷu səxʷnwíxʷ, kʷu x̌ástəm. We are partners, we are acquaintances, we have done good. aɬíʔ mat kʷu sl̕əx̌tíw̓sx, uɬ way̓ kʷu kstaʔmínaʔḷx, uɬ way̓ t̓i x̌ast kʷu ɬ k̓ʷánɬqəm. Since we are partners, and the snow is all gone, we might just as well put in a garden. uɬ sc̓kinx, taʔlíʔ kʷu l̕əx̌tíw̓s, úɬiʔ kʷu aksx̌ʷíləm. What̓s the matter, we are real partners, and you're going to throw me away? Gram: middle way̓, way̓, uɬ t̓i x̌ast kʷu ɬ l̕əx̌tíw̓səm. We might as well we go partners. ʔasíl sʔístk kʷu təl sl̕əx̌tíw̓səms. It̓s been two winters since we became partners. way̓ cúntsən lut k̓im kʷu ksl̕əx̌tíw̓səms. I told you, there is no way that we can be friends. See: sl̕ax̌t.