p̓ahk̓ʷmncút   [p̓ahk̓ʷməncút] Morph: p̓ahk̓ʷ+m+ncút. Etym: √p̓hk̓ʷ. to fall apart. p̓ahk̓ʷmncút. Sp √p̓haq̓ʷ fly into a rage; p̓háq̓ʷ he fell completely apart, he lost control, he flew into a rage; Sh √puq̓ʷ - ʔs-t-puq̓ʷ to fall down senseless (e.g. of a sudden fright).

p̓an   [p̓an] Morph: p̓an. Etym: √p̓n. to pile or rest long objects. cp̓an. Piled up, lined up. Sp √p̓in long, cylindrical objects lying on the ground; Cm p̓n‑nt‑xʷ you lay s.t. down [long objects]; Cr p̓en lie (long objects);

p̓an̓ústn   [p̓an̓ústn] Morph: p̓an̓ús+tn. Etym: √p̓n̓. unidentified plant, perhaps chenopodium capitatum. p̓an̓ústn.

p̓ap̓ayút   [p̓ap̓ayút] Morph: p̓a•p̓ayút. Etym: √p̓y. wrinkled up. p̓ap̓ayút. See: p̓uy.

p̓ap̓aʕʷmnwíxʷ   [p̓ap̓aʕʷmənwíxʷ] Morph: p̓a•p̓aʕʷ+mn+wíxʷ. Etym: √p̓ʕʷ. to tire of one another. way̓ uɬ caʔkʷ kʷ ksp̓ap̓aʕʷmənwíxʷaʔx, ksp̓aʕʷmənwíxʷaʔx. You should be getting tired of one another. See: p̓aʕʷ.

p̓ap̓aʔyús   [p̓ap̓aʔyús] Morph: p̓a•p̓aʔyús. Etym: √p̓y. crow's feet. mat kʷ p̓ap̓aʔyús lut akswíkəm. Maybe your eyes puckered up and you can’t see well. See: p̓uy.

p̓ap̓íxʷmn   [p̓ap̓íxʷmən] Morph: p̓a•p̓ixʷ+mn. Etym: √p̓xʷ. beams of light. p̓ap̓íxʷmən. Beam of light flashing around. See: p̓ixʷ.

p̓aqʷstn   [p̓aqʷstṇ] Morph: p̓aqʷs+tn. Etym: √p̓qʷs. puffball (lycoperdon spp., calvatia gigantea); Indian paint fungus. x̌áʕx̌aʕ ɬaʔ ksp̓áqʷstn. Puffball.

p̓aq̓ʷt   [p̓áq̓ʷət] Morph: p̓aq̓ʷ+t. Etym: √p̓q̓ʷ. to itch. way̓ kən p̓aq̓ʷt. I'm itching. ha kʷ sp̓aq̓ʷtx. Are you itching? Cr s+p̓aq̓ʷ+t leprosy.

p̓axɬp   [p̓axɬp] Morph: p̓axɬp. Etym: √p̓x. tules, cattails. p̓axɬp. p̓axɬp. Cattail; wide leaves found in swamps, used to make sleeping bags. Sp p̓íšɬp cattail leaves, tule.

p̓axʷ   [p̓axʷ] Morph: p̓axʷ. Etym: √p̓xʷ. gun report; the sound of a gun going off. p̓axʷ. The sound of a gun going off.

p̓ayúsm   [p̓ayúsəm] Morph: p̓ayús+m. Etym: √p̓y. to frown a lot. kʷ p̓ayúsəm. You frown a lot. See Sp hi p̓úys he has a wrinkled face; Cm p̓uy be soft, flaccid, wrinkled, √p̓y; Cr uˑ p̓úyus he has a wrinkled face. See: p̓uy.

p̓ay̓q   [p̓ay̓q] Morph: p̓ay̓q. Etym: √p̓y̓q. to be ready to eat, cooked, ripe. cp̓ay̓q. Cooked. Sp hec-p̓ay̓q it's ripe, it's baked; Cm p̓iʔq be cooked, ripe. See: p̓y̓q; p̓y̓aq.

p̓aʕ   [p̓aʕ] Morph: p̓aʕ. Variant: p̓aʕʷ. Etym: √p̓ʕ. to get tired of s.o. or s.t.; to be bored with s.o. or s.t. Gram: +nt transitive x̌ast sqəl̕tmíxʷ, uɬ p̓aʕntxʷ. He is a good man but you got bored with him.

p̓aʕc̓   [p̓aʕc̓] Morph: p̓aʕc̓. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. to squirt; to squish. Sp s-p̓ʕac̓ diarrhea, excrement, feces. p̓ac̓(á) loose bowels, Cm s‑p̓əəc̓ soft excrement, Cr p̓ac̓ defecate, squirt; Sh pic̓-n-s to squeeze, press down; Th √p̓íc̓ press / push; Li p̓íc̓-xal to press s.t. down. See: p̓c̓(a).

p̓aʕc̓lqʷáw̓stxn   [p̓aʕc̓əlqʷáw̓stxən] Variant: p̓aʕc̓lqʷáʕw̓stxn. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. p̓aʕc̓lqʷáw̓stxn: the name of one of Coyote's sons. Lit: squirted leg See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓aʕc̓lqʷáʕw̓stxn   [p̓aʕc̓əlqʷáʕw̓stxən] Morph: p̓aʕc̓lqʷaʕw̓s+txn. Variant: p̓aʕc̓lqʷaw̓stxn. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. p̓aʕc̓lqʷáʕw̓stxn: the name of one of Coyoteʼs sons. Lit: squirted legs p̓aʕc̓əlqʷáw̓stxən. The name of Coyote's third son's name. p̓aʕc̓əlqʷáʕw̓stxən, uɬ tkʷər̓kʷər̓ákstxən, uɬ ttiɬálqʷ. Squirted Legs, and Yellow Legs, and Straight Legs. See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓aʕc̓t   [p̓aʕc̓t] Morph: p̓aʕc̓+t. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. to be squirted or smeared. lut akstqám, cəm̓ p̓aʕc̓t. Don’t touch it, it might squirt / smear. See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓aʕmín   [p̓aʕmín] Morph: p̓aʕ+mín. Etym: √p̓ʕ. Variant: p̓aʕʷmín. to get tired of s.o. or s.t.; be bored with s.o. or s.t. Gram: +nt transitive kʷu p̓aʕmíntxʷ. I am bored with you. See: p̓aʕ.

p̓aʕp   [p̓aʕp] Morph: p̓aʕ+p. Etym: √p̓ʕ. to be hurt (as when one of your relatives has died and you can’t do many things for one year). p̓aʕp. It hurts. See: p̓aʕt.

p̓aʕp̓áʕs   [p̓aʕp̓áʕs] Morph: p̓aʕ•p̓áʕs. Etym: √p̓ʕ. to be tired of looking at s.t. Gram: northern form p̓aʕp̓áʕs See: p̓sʕ.

p̓aʕs   [p̓aʕs] Morph: p̓aʕs. Etym: √p̓ʕs. nighthawk. p̓aʕs. Sp s-p̓ʕás nighthawk; Cm p̓iiṣ nighthawk; Cr p̓ésta magpie, nighthawk.

p̓aʕt   [p̓aʕt] Morph: p̓aʕ+t. Etym: √p̓ʕt. to be bruised. yaʔx̌í iʔ tla cp̓aʕt That heap of bruises (said of a person's slaughtered body). See: p̓aʕp.

p̓aʕt̓   [p̓aʕt̓] Morph: p̓aʕt̓. Etym: √p̓ʕt̓. to be listless, lethargic. way̓ t̓i cp̓aʕt̓. He's sure lethargic. Sp y̓e pn̓ kʷ p̓at̓qán̓ you're a dummy, your head is like squishy tree moss gravy, you're a "puddin-head"; Cm p̓aat̓t̓ p̓aat̓‑t̓ be gooey, mushy; Cr p̓át̓+t̓ debilitate, weaken; Sh √pat̓ overflow, boil over, hang down around edges; Li p̓ə̣́ƛ̓-ən to flop down (esp. s.t. soft, like a child losing its diaper, or a glob of mud plopping down).

p̓aʕʷ   [p̓aʕʷ] Morph: p̓aʕʷ. Etym: √p̓ʕʷ. Variant: p̓aʕ. Gram: some speakers use the variants interchangeably to get tired. Gram: intransitive ixíʔ uɬ p̓áʕʷəlx, uɬ qmápəlx. And they got tired, and they gave up. Gram: +nt transitive kʷu p̓aʕʷs. He was tired of me (but stayed). Gram: middle lut aksp̓áʕʷm. Don’t get tired of them. x̌mínksəlx yaʔ ckswílqən, kʷu scp̓áʕʷmsəlx kʷu sckím̓səlx. They like those who are useful to them, they don't care for me, they hate me. Sp p̓aw bored, unconcerned, uncaring; Cr s+p̓aʕʷ apathy.

p̓aʕʷmí(n)   [p̓aʕʷmín] Morph: p̓aʕʷ+mín. Variant: p̓aʕmín. Etym: √p̓ʕʷ. to tire of s.o. or s.t. Gram: intransitive way̓ iksp̓aʕʷmínəm. I’m going to tire of him. Gram: +nt transitive p̓aʕʷmíntxʷ. You are tired of it. kʷu p̓aʕʷmís. He was tired of me (and left). See: p̓aʕʷ.

p̓aʕʷmnwíxʷ   [p̓aʕʷmənwíxʷ] Morph: p̓aʕʷ+m+nwíxʷ. Etym: √p̓ʕʷ. to tire of one another; to be bored with one another. way̓ uɬ caʔkʷ kʷ ksp̓aʕp̓aʕʷmənwíxʷaʔx, ksp̓aʕʷmənwíxʷaʔx. You should be getting tired of one another. See: p̓aʕʷ.

p̓aʔ   [p̓aʔ] Morph: p̓aʔ. Etym: √p̓ʔ. root with meaning "to squeeze" (as when milking a cow) on which several stems are based. See: k̓əɬp̓aʔp̓áʔ; k̓ɬp̓aʔp̓áʔ(a); sck̓ɬp̓ap̓áʕʔ; sk̓ɬp̓aʔp̓áʔ. Sp č̕ɬ-p̓eʔp̓-ém he milked the cow; Cr p̓eʔ to squeeze in orgasm; Sh x-p̓ʔem̓xʷ-m to milk; Th /p̓y̓émxʷ-m to milk a cow; Li p̓ʔ-álmixʷ to milk (a cow, etc.).

p̓aʔkʷíc̓aʔ   [p̓aʔkʷíc̓aʔ] Morph: p̓aʔkʷíc̓aʔ. Etym: √p̓kʷ. a soft hide. p̓aʔkʷíc̓aʔ. See: p̓aʔkʷnú; p̓ʔukʷ.

p̓aʔkʷnú   [p̓aʔkʷnú] Morph: p̓aʔkʷ+nu. Etym: √p̓kʷ. to manage to rub s.t. soft. Gram: +nt transitive məɬ p̓aʔkʷnúntəm, t̓i kəkíˑˑp. We rub it to soften it until it is soft. See: p̓aʔkʷíc̓aʔ; p̓ʔukʷ.

p̓aʔƛ̓ús   [p̓aʔƛ̓ús] Morph: p̓aʔƛ̓ús. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. oily face. p̓aʔƛ̓ús. Sp √p̓uƛ̓ oily, greasy; hi p̓úƛ̓s his face is shiny with grease; Cr s+p̓uʔt̓ becoming greasy.

p̓aʔp̓íc̓   [p̓aʔp̓íc̓] Morph: p̓aʔ•p̓íc̓. Etym: √p̓c̓. Gram: the inverse skeleton of √c̓p̓, q.v. to pinch repeatedly. See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓c̓(a)   [p̓əc̓] Morph: p̓c̓. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. to squirt or spray s.t.; to spray (as a skunk); to poop. Gram: +nt transitive ixíʔ p̓əc̓ntáʕs. He sprayed them. Gram: middle p̓c̓aʕm. The act of pooping. Sp √p̓ac̓(á) loose bowels; p̓c̓-ám (p̓c̓-m-á) he emptied his loose bowels; Cm p̓əəc̓-nt-xʷ you spray s.o. with feces or foul substance (e.g. skunk spray); Cr p̓ac̓ defecate, squirt; Sh pic̓-n-s to squeeze, press down; Th √p̓íc̓ press / push; Li p̓íc̓-xal to press s.t. down. See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓c̓iq̓ʷm   [p̓c̓íq̓ʷəm] Morph: p̓c̓iq̓ʷ+m. Etym: √p̓c̓q̓ʷ. to spit. kən p̓c̓íq̓ʷəm. I spit. Ques: is the gloss correct? Sp p̓ac̓q̓ʷ(ú) stripped off (like the meat off a bone).

p̓c̓m   [p̓əc̓əm] Morph: p̓c̓+m. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. to squirt s.t. out. Gram: +nt transitive way̓ sta iˑˑ p̓əc̓əmáʕntəm sənk̓líp, k̓əl tʔíwltk kiʔ t̓k̓ʷək̓ʷcnítkʷ, ixíʔ t̓k̓ʷák̓ʷ. [The whale] squirted out Coyote. He landed on the shore, and there he lay. See: p̓c̓(a); p̓aʕc̓.

p̓c̓mnwixʷ   [p̓əc̓mnwíxʷ] Morph: p̓c̓+mnwixʷ. Etym: √p̓c̓. to squeeze or press together. See: p̓c̓m.

p̓c̓p̓c̓aʕlx   [p̓əc̓p̓c̓áʕlx] Morph: p̓c̓•p̓c̓aʕ+lx. Etym: √p̓ʕ̓c̓. the butt snort of a horse. See: p̓c̓(a).

p̓c̓p̓íc̓   [p̓əc̓p̓íc̓] Morph: p̓c̓•p̓íc̓. Etym: √p̓c̓. Gram: the inverse skeleton of √c̓p̓, q.v. to pinch more than once. p̓əc̓p̓íc̓. See: p̓c̓(a).

p̓c̓qaʕn   [p̓əc̓qáʕn] Morph: p̓c̓qaʕn. Etym: √p̓c̓. to be a greasy head. kən p̓əc̓qáʕn. I’m a dumpy head. Lit: full of poop See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓ic̓   [p̓ic̓] Morph: p̓ic̓+m. Etym: √p̓c̓. to press or squeeze (e.g. in one's hand). p̓ic̓. Press. Sp √p̓ic̓ to the extreme, beyond limitations; Cr p̓ic̓ push. See: p̓c̓(a).

p̓íc̓lqʷnaʔ   [p̓íc̓əlqʷnaʔ] Morph: p̓íc̓lqʷnaʔ. Etym: √p̓c̓. 1 • sunflower after the blossoms have fallen off.

2 • balsamroot (balsamorhiza sagittata). p̓íc̓əlqʷnaʔ.

p̓ic̓m   [p̓íc̓əm] Morph: p̓ic̓+m. Etym: √p̓c̓. to squeeze (e.g. in one's hand). Sp √p̓ic̓ to the extreme, beyond limitations; Cr p̓ic̓ push. See: p̓c̓(a).

p̓ik̓   [p̓ik̓] Morph: p̓ik̓. Etym: √p̓k̓. to be shiny (as metal). Sp √p̓ič̕ shiny, gleaming; Cm p̓ik̓ be bright, shiny, sparkling; Cr √p̓č̕ p̓[e]č̕ glitter; Th √p̓ək̓ glitter.

p̓ík̓mist   [p̓ík̓mist] Morph: p̓ík̓+mist. Etym: √p̓k̓. to reflect; to shine. See: p̓ik̓.

p̓ik̓st   [p̓ik̓st] Morph: p̓ik̓+st. Etym: √p̓k̓. to shine s.t. up; to make s.t. shine. See: p̓ik̓.

p̓iƛ̓   [p̓iƛ̓] Morph: p̓iƛ̓. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. to dig (bitterroot). Gram: +nt transitive ilíʔ kən mut uɬ p̓íƛ̓ən ɬkícxstən uɬ c̓íw̓ən uɬ kɬpəkʷntín mi x̌əw̓áw̓. I stay there and dig bitterroot, take it back, wash it, spread it until it's dry.

p̓íƛ̓m   [p̓íƛ̓əm] Morph: p̓íƛ̓m. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. to clean bitterroot. Sp p̓eƛ̓; Cm s-p̓aƛ̓-m; Cr s+p̓ít̓em.

p̓in   [p̓in] Morph: p̓in. Etym: √p̓n. a high-pitched ringing sound. p̓inˑˑ. High pitched ringing sound.

p̓ínaʔ   [p̓ínaʔ] Morph: p̓ínaʔ. Etym: √p̓nʔ. 1 • birch bark basket. lək̓ɬtsín anp̓ínaʔ. I tied your basket. niʕ̓íp ck̓ʷul̕ɬtən iʔ p̓ínaʔs. I always fix her basket. k̓ʷúl̕xtən t kɬp̓ínaʔs. I'm making her a basket. məɬ ixíʔ n̓ín̓w̓iʔ nutɬtíxʷ iʔ l p̓ínaʔs məɬ kʷ ɬcxʷuy. Put it in her basket, then come back! kʷint anp̓ínaʔ məɬ itlíʔ anc̓áʔsiqən kull̕ínaʔntxʷ. Take your basket and cover your head with it. ixíʔ q̓sápiʔ iʔ sqilxʷ iʔ sənq̓ʷl̕íwməns, iʔ p̓ínaʔ. Long ago the People used this birch bark basket to pick berries.

2 • paper birch and western birch (betula papyrifera and b. occidentalis). p̓ínaʔ. Th s/p̓én̓eq berry basket.

p̓ip̓ír̓   [p̓ip̓ír̓] Morph: p̓i•p̓ír̓. Etym: √p̓r̓. to be limber or springy.

p̓ip̓q̓s   [p̓íp̓q̓əs] Morph: p̓i•p̓q̓s. Etym: √p̓q̓s. weasel; marten. ixíʔ kʷa iʔ síp̓iʔs a ctumístəmstsəlx kəm̓ axáʔ iʔ p̓íp̓q̓əs ixíʔ sqláw. These are the skins they sell, or the weasel, that's money. See Sh spépqllc̓e; see Th /pi[ˑp]q-.

p̓íp̓sƛ̓aʔt   [p̓íp̓sƛ̓aʔt] Morph: p̓í•p̓sƛ̓aʔ+t. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. things a little larger. uɬ náx̌əmɬ p̓íp̓sƛ̓aʔt iʔ sk̓ʷul̕l̕s. They are made a little bigger.

p̓ip̓xʷmn   [p̓íp̓xʷmən] Morph: p̓i•p̓xʷ+mn. Etym: √p̓xʷ. a beam of light; flashlight.

p̓irp̓w̓sqn   [p̓írp̓uʔsqən] Morph: p̓irp̓w̓sqn. Etym: √p̓rp̓. to have a crooked mouth. p̓irp̓w̓sqn.

p̓irt   [p̓irt] Morph: p̓ir+t. Etym: √p̓r. s.t. overflown (from a bucket, a creek ...) Sp hec-p̓ér̓ it's flooded; p̓ér̓-t it's completely covered with water; Cm p̓ir̓‑t high water; Cr √p̓r, p̓er excess, flood, overflow; Sh p̓el-t overflowing; Th √p̓əl water spring up.

p̓ísƛ̓aʔ   [p̓ísƛ̓aʔ] Morph: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. large or big things. p̓ísƛ̓aʔ. Sp √p̓ísƛ̓eʔ big (pl); p̓ísƛ̓eʔ-t they're big; Cm p̓isƛ̓áʔ‑t be big [pl].

p̓ísƛ̓aʔt   [p̓ísƛ̓aʔt] Morph: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ+t. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. large (of plural objects). uɬ c̓əp̓q̓əntíxʷ iʔ p̓ísƛ̓aʔt yəryír kcahcəhmstíkʷ. Paste them in the large circles where they belong. uɬ ksənɬəqʷɬəqʷmínəlx axáʔ iʔ t p̓ísƛ̓aʔt. They had big root cellars. atáʔ iʔ p̓ísƛ̓aʔt iʔ p̓ip̓úyxən. These are big trucks. kʷaʔ taʔlíʔ p̓ísƛ̓aʔt axáʔ iʔ stq̓ʷáʕyxənx. The Blackfeet are very big. Sp p̓ísƛ̓eʔ-t they're big; Cm p̓isƛ̓aʔ‑t be big (pl); Cr s+pist̓ey̓t (of things). See: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ.

p̓ísƛ̓aʔxn   [p̓ísƛ̓aʔxən] Morph: p̓ísƛ̓aʔxn. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. large feet, big feet. p̓ísƛ̓aʔxən. Sp qt-:p̓ísƛ̓eʔšn his feet are big; Cm p̓isƛ̓aʔ‑xn big feet. See: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ.

p̓it̓kt   [p̓it̓kt] Morph: p̓it̓kt ? Etym: √p̓t̓kt ?. open sore. way̓ uɬ yayʕát t̓i mc̓aʕɬt, yayʕát p̓it̓kt iʔ sqilts. He was pussy, and his body was all open sores. Sp p̓p̓t̓íč̕ little spring of water, festering sore, abscess, or boil which comes to a head and breaks; Cm p̓aat̓‑t̓ be gooey, mushy; Cr t+p̓at̓+t̓+t̓ a sticky substance clinging to something.

p̓ixʷ   [p̓ixʷ] Morph: p̓ixʷ. Etym: √p̓xʷ. shiny as the sun; bright; a lighted pink-colored object. p̓ixʷ. The color of a yellowjacket. Cm p̓aʔxʷ be bright, shiny, k‑p̓aʔxʷ–anaʔ be covered in light, shined on; Cr p̓ixʷ agleam, flashed, glow ...

p̓ixʷm   [p̓íxʷəm] Morph: p̓ixʷ+m. Etym: √p̓xʷ. to shine, illuminate. p̓ixʷm. See: p̓ixʷ.

p̓ix̌   [p̓ix̌] Morph: p̓ix̌. Etym: √p̓x̌. to brand (livestock); to scorch s.t.; to burn s.t. (as with a hot iron). Gram: +nt transitive p̓íx̌ən. I burned it (with an iron). Gram: middle píx̌əm. Sp √p̓ix̌ to sting, to sear; Cm p̓ix̌ stinging, burning sensation; be hot; Sh p̓ix̌-m to fry; to brand (cattle); Th √p̓íx̌ sear; Li p̓íx̌-xal to brand an animal.

p̓ix̌mn   [p̓íx̌mən] Morph: p̓ix̌+mn. Etym: √p̓x̌. branding iron. p̓íx̌mən. Branding iron. p̓íx̌x̌. See: p̓ix̌.

p̓ix̌x̌   [p̓íx̌ax̌] Morph: p̓ix̌•x̌. Etym: √p̓x̌. to get burned (as by a hot iron). kən p̓íx̌əx̌. I got burned. p̓íx̌x̌. Sp p̓íx̌x̌ he accidentally got a burn. See: p̓ix̌.

p̓k̓am   [p̓k̓am] Morph: p̓k̓am. Etym: √p̓k̓m. bobcat. Sp p̓č̕-n̓ bobcat; Cm p̓ək̓m̓ bobcat, wildcat; Cr p̓éč̕n̓ bob-cat, lynx. See: pk̓am.

p̓k̓p̓ik̓   [p̓ək̓p̓ík̓] Morph: p̓k̓•p̓ik̓. Etym: √p̓k̓. s.t. flashes on and off. p̓ək̓p̓ík̓əlx. They flash on and off. Sp √p̓ič̕ shiny, gleaming; Cm p̓ik̓ be bright, shiny, sparkling; Cr √p̓č̕ ... glitter ... shine. See: p̓ik̓.

p̓k̓p̓k̓am   [p̓ək̓p̓k̓ám] Morph: p̓k̓•p̓k̓am. Etym: √p̓k̓m. bobcats. iʔ p̓ək̓p̓k̓ám. Bobcats. See: p̓k̓am.

p̓kʷp̓kʷam̓íɬp   [p̓əkʷp̓kʷam̓íɬp] Morph: p̓kʷ•p̓kʷam̓íɬp. Etym: √p̓kʷm ?. fireweed (epilobium angustifolium). p̓əkʷp̓kʷam̓íɬp.

p̓k̓ʷmncut   [p̓ək̓ʷməncút] Morph: p̓k̓ʷ+mncut. Etym: √p̓k̓ʷ. to crumble. lut akstqám, cəm̓ p̓ək̓ʷməncút. Don’t touch it, it might crumble.

p̓lak̓   [p̓lak̓] Morph: p̓lak̓. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to turn. ilíʔ iʔʕáplx, ik̓líʔ kiʔ cp̓lak̓ iʔ suyápix, əɬcnxiʔstxəncút. They got there, and that's where the White people turned back, backtracked. cp̓əlák̓wi. Turn around! cp̓əlák̓x ak̓láʔ. Turn around! See: p̓lk̓.

p̓líwa   [p̓əlíwa] Morph: p̓líwa. Etym: √p̓lw ?. Hooker's balsamroot (balsamorhiza sagittata). p̓əlíwa.

p̓lk̓   [p̓əlk̓] Morph: p̓lk̓. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to turn around. t̓i way̓ ksx̌an lut t̓ə kscp̓əlk̓míxaʔx. When she passes by she's not going to turn around. cp̓əlk̓míx. Turn around! Sp √p̓ilč̕ turned around, turned over; Cm l‑c‑p̓lk̓‑us‑m to turn around and come back; Cr p̓elč̕ turn (a flat object), to turn flat thing over; Sh plk̓-em to roll stg. over, to roll st. a distance; Th √p̓əyək̓ roll; Li p̓clk̓-aṇ to turn s.t. over. See: p̓lak̓.

p̓lk̓cin   [p̓əlk̓cín] Morph: p̓lk̓cin. Etym: answer; retort. answer. wim̓ t̓iʔ lut kʷu t̓a kɬp̓əlk̓cín. We seem to have no answer. See: p̓lk̓.

p̓lk̓máyaʔqn   [p̓əlk̓máyaʔqən] Morph: p̓lk̓+máyaʔqn. Etym: √p̓lk̓. p̓lk̓máyaʔqn. Lit: turns his head (crazy after girls, staring at them) p̓lk̓máyaʔqn. See: p̓lk̓.

p̓lk̓mncut   [p̓əlk̓məncút] Morph: p̓lk̓+mncut. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to turn around or over. taʔx̌íləm p̓əlk̓məncút. He did like that, turned around. t̓i mut uɬ ixíʔ sksʔitxs, way̓ iwá mi ktqínaʔs iʔ stkʷƛ̓ustṇs, k̓əm cksk̓ʷtús, uɬ way̓ nixʷ lut, məɬ iwá p̓əlk̓məncút k̓əl sksk̓ʷtúsc, way̓ lut. He sat down and he got sleepy; he tried closing one eye, just one eye, and that didn't work, and neither does it work to turn to the other eye, no. ixíʔ ksp̓əlk̓məncútaʔx kɬəɬcxʷúyaʔx. He was about to turn around and go back. See: p̓lk̓.

p̓lk̓mst   [p̓əlk̓mst] Morph: p̓lk̓+m+st. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to make s.t. turn or roll over. p̓əlk̓mstís. He turned it over. Cm p̓lk̓mstu‑xʷ you rotate s.t. See: p̓lk̓.

p̓lk̓usm   [p̓əlk̓úsəm] Morph: p̓lk̓us+m. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to turn back (and go back). uɬ ixíʔ scp̓əlk̓úsms iʔ k̓ʷiƛ̓t. And the rest went back. put nkcníkiʔs aɬíʔ iʔ sƛ̓aʔcínəm, kaʔ t̓əcp̓əlk̓úsəm axáʔ a nc̓íʔcən. Until he overtakes the deer, that's when Wolf'll turn back. Li p̓əlk̓-ús-əm to turn around (oneself). See: p̓lk̓.

p̓lk̓ʷ   [p̓əlk̓ʷ] Morph: p̓lk̓ʷ. Etym: √p̓lk̓ʷ. root with meaning "wrap, roll" on which several stems are formed. See: kp̓lk̓ʷíc̓aʔ; sp̓lp̓lk̓ʷíc̓aʔ. Sp √p̓ulk̓ʷ rolled up, folded; č-p̓lkʷic̓eʔ-i-s she wrapped it; Cm p̓lk̓mstu‑xʷ you rotate s.t.; Cr p̓ulk̓ʷ fold; Sh plk̓-em to roll stg. over, to roll st. a distance; Th √p̓əyək̓ roll; Li p̓clk̓-aṇ to turn s.t. over.

p̓llak̓k̓   [p̓lˑák̓ək̓] Morph: p̓l•l•ak̓•k̓. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to roll over. mi p̓lˑák̓ək̓ məɬ way̓ ƛ̓lal. And he'll fall over dead. k̓əɬ·w̓áx̌əntəm uɬ k̓aɬáʔ p̓əllák̓ək̓. He stabbed him under the arm, and [the man] rolled over. See: p̓lk̓.

p̓lp̓lk̓ilx   [p̓əlp̓əlk̓ílx] Morph: p̓l•p̓lk̓ilx. Etym: √p̓lk̓. to toss and turn. kən p̓əlp̓əlk̓ílx. I tossed and turned (couldn't sleep). See: p̓lk̓.

p̓ɬiwt   [p̓ɬiwt] Morph: p̓ɬiwt. Etym: √pɬ. scattered, all over. p̓ɬiwt. Scattered about; lying all over. t̓iʔ p̓ɬiwt kukʷ iʔ sámaʔ. The white people are lying all over [sick]. Sp √p̓eɬ lie down in an orderly row (pl.); p̓ɬéw̓t they're lying around (as on the grass); Cr p̓iɬ sit (persons).

p̓ɬɬqip   [p̓ɬəɬqíp] Morph: p̓ɬ•ɬ•qip. Etym: √p̓ɬq. fallen logs that form a dam; to stop the flow of the water. Gram: intransitive p̓ɬəɬqíp. Logs fell over and dammed it. lut aksp̓ɬəɬqípəm. Don’t stop up the water! Gram: -nt transitive p̓ɬəɬqípəntəm iʔ t məlk̓ʷálqʷ. It was dammed by logs. p̓ɬəɬqípən. I stopped the water. See: p̓ɬq.

p̓ɬq   [p̓əɬqən] Morph: p̓ɬq. Etym: √p̓ɬq. to pile things. Gram: +nt transitive p̓əɬqəntíxʷ. You piled it (clothes, wood). Cr p̓aɬq pack, put away.

p̓ƛ̓   [p̓əƛ̓] Morph: p̓ƛ̓. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. root with meaning "end of" on which these stems are formed: See: p̓ƛ̓mínaʔ; p̓ƛ̓maqs; p̓ƛ̓masq̓t; p̓ƛ̓mcin; p̓ƛ̓mqnusxn; np̓ƛ̓maqs; np̓ƛ̓mqsiɬxʷ; np̓ƛ̓mus; sp̓ap̓ƛ̓mqn; sp̓ƛ̓mqin. Sp s-n-p̓ƛ̓-mús the end; Cr p̓ut̓ end.

p̓ƛ̓aƛ̓   [p̓ƛ̓aƛ̓] Morph: p̓ƛ̓•aƛ̓. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. s.t. fallen apart or collapsed (e.g. a fence). p̓ƛ̓aƛ̓.

p̓ƛ̓iɬxʷ   [p̓ƛ̓iɬxʷ] Morph: p̓ƛ̓iɬxʷ. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. to take down a lodge. k̓íxʷmiʔst iʔ sqilxʷ uɬ way̓ t̓i səcp̓ƛ̓íɬxʷəxʷ. Then the people got up out of bed and took down their lodges. Sp p̓íƛ̓-n I took it apart; Cm pƛ̓‑nt‑xʷ you dismantle, take s.t. apart;

p̓ƛ̓maqs   [p̓əƛ̓máqs] Morph: p̓ƛ̓+maqs. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. the end of the road. p̓əƛ̓máqs. See: p̓ƛ̓.

p̓ƛ̓masq̓t   [p̓əƛ̓másq̓ət] Morph: p̓ƛ̓+masq̓t. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. the day is finished; one is finished with the day; the celebration is over. way̓ kən p̓ƛ̓másq̓ət. I’m through with the day. See: p̓ƛ̓.

p̓ƛ̓mcin   [p̓ƛ̓əmcín] Morph: p̓ƛ̓+mcin. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. 1 • to finish talking. ayxáxaʔ kən p̓ƛ̓əmcín məɬ kən ɬxʷuy k̓ incítxʷ. In a little while I’ll stop talking and I’ll go back to my home.

2 • to come out of a valley. Gram: intransitive iʔ lútiʔ kʷ t̓ə p̓ƛ̓əmcín. You haven’t come out of the valley yet. Gram: +nt transitive p̓ƛ̓əmcínməntxʷ. You came out of the valley. See: p̓ƛ̓.

p̓ƛ̓mínaʔ   [p̓əƛ̓mínaʔ] Morph: p̓ƛ̓+mínaʔ. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. to get to the end of s.t. xʷuy uɬ itíʔ sp̓əƛ̓mínaʔs, xʷuy uɬ tqəltísxən, la ʔkín iʔ sənʔamútəns məlqnúps. He kept going to the end (of the cliff), he went and got to the top, where Eagle sits. See: p̓ƛ̓.

p̓ƛ̓mqnusxn   [p̓ƛ̓əmqnúsxən] Morph: p̓ƛ̓+mqnusxn. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. to be at the end of s.t.; to be exhausted. way̓ kən p̓ƛ̓əmqnúsxən talíʔ kən ʔayx̌ʷt. I’m through walking, I have arrived; I’m very tired. See: p̓ƛ̓.

p̓ƛ̓qin   [p̓əƛ̓qín] Morph: p̓ƛ̓qin. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. Variant: p̓ƛ̓qin̓. mushroom. p̓əƛ̓qín̓. Sp p̓aƛ̓qín (p̓aƛ̓qán) mushroom; Cm p̓ƛ̓‑qin mushroom.

p̓ƛ̓qin̓   [p̓əƛ̓qín̓] Morph: p̓ƛ̓qin̓. Variant: p̓ƛ̓qin. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. mushroom. p̓əƛ̓qín̓. Sp p̓aƛ̓qín (p̓aƛ̓qán) mushroom; Cm p̓ƛ̓‑qin mushroom.

p̓n   [p̓ən] Morph: p̓n. Etym: √p̓n. root with meaning "to squeeze" on which several stems are formed. See: p̓nmncut; p̓nip; p̓núlaʔxʷ. Sp √p̓iʔ(í) pinch; Th √p̓ən grasp press bend;

p̓n(a)   [p̓ən] Morph: p̓n. Etym: √p̓n. to lay s.t. long across; to pile wood. Gram: +ɬt transitive yəyʕát cʔulúsəntp iʔ slíp̓əm, aláʔ kʷu p̓ənɬtíp. Gather all the wood, pile it here for us! way̓ ixíʔ ʔulúsəlx iʔ slíp̓, p̓ənɬtísəlx c̓x̌iɬ t tkʷílstn iʔ sck̓ʷúl̕səlx. So they gathered the wood, they piled it like for a sweat house they made. Gram: middle lut ilíʔ aksp̓nám. Don’t lay them there! Sp √p̓in long, cylindrical object lying on the ground; Cm p̓n‑nt‑xʷ you lay s.t. down [long objects]; Cr p̓en lie (long objects).

p̓nip   [p̓nip] Morph: p̓nip. Etym: √p̓n. cylindrical trap used at Kettle Falls. p̓nip. See: p̓n.

p̓nmncut   [p̓ənməncút] Morph: p̓n+mncut. Etym: √p̓n. to squeeze one's cheeks (as when trying not break wind). p̓nmncut. See: p̓n.

p̓np̓an   [p̓ənp̓án] Morph: p̓n•p̓an. Etym: √p̓n. logs lie; log dead fall. uɬ xʷuˑˑy lkʷakʷ uɬ xiʔ ilíʔ cp̓ənp̓án iʔ stim̓. She went and got far, and there are trees lying there, something; ilíʔ cənp̓əp̓nílaʔk̓, a[xáʔ] stəx̌ʷslíp̓, sx̌əx̌c̓íʔ t̓əxʷ. There are sticks there, just common wood sticks. See: p̓n(a).

p̓núlaʔxʷ   [p̓ənúlaʔxʷ] Morph: p̓núlaʔxʷ. Etym: √p̓n. p̓núlaʔxʷ: the distinctive, narrow "Kettle River Gorge" located upstream from the former mouth of the Kettle River. Lit: pinched land p̓núlaʔxʷ See: p̓n.

p̓p̓ap̓ʔáxʷ   [p̓əp̓ap̓ʔáxʷ] Morph: p̓•p̓a•p̓[ʔ]áxʷ. Etym: √p̓xʷ. several small lights. p̓p̓aʔp̓ʔáxʷ aɬíʔ mat way̓ k̓əl ksk̓laxʷ. Little lights all around, it was getting dark. See: p̓ixʷ.

p̓p̓aʕc̓álqʷm   [p̓əp̓aʕc̓álqʷəm] Morph: p̓•p̓aʕc̓álqʷ+m. Etym: √p̓ʕc̓. plant shoots. taˑˑ iʔ sxʷaʔxʷʔankíɬp put iʔ sp̓əp̓aʕc̓álqʷəms. My the thornbushes, they are just grown. See: p̓aʕc̓.

p̓p̓aʔp̓ʔáxʷ   [p̓əp̓aʔp̓ʔáxʷ] Morph: p̓•p̓aʔ•p̓[ʔ]áxʷ. Etym: √p̓ʔxʷ. many scattered small bright or shiny spots (as fires). p̓p̓aʔp̓ʔáxʷ. See: p̓ixʷ.

p̓p̓ir̓p̓r̓t   [p̓əp̓ír̓p̓ər̓t] Morph: p̓•p̓ir̓•p̓r̓t. Etym: √p̓r̓. to be limber. p̓əp̓ír̓p̓ər̓t. Limber.

p̓p̓ixʷ   [p̓əp̓íxʷ] Morph: p̓•p̓ixʷ. Etym: √p̓xʷ. bright; sorrel horse. p̓p̓ixʷ. Sorrel, the color of a yellowjacket. Sp hi p̓éxʷ it's bright, it's a sorrel horse; p̓p̓éxʷ it's a light colored animal.

p̓p̓sáʕwaʔs   [p̓əp̓sáʕwaʔs] Morph: p̓•p̓sáʕwaʔs. Etym: √p̓s. a low place, a depression. kswítmist iʔ k̓əl ksxʷúytṇs iʔ k̓a cp̓əp̓sáʕwaʔs iʔ ḷ stxt̓át̓əs iʔ məkʷíwaʔt. He did his best to get to a low place where it joins the little mounds. k̓liʔ kiʔ cp̓əp̓sáʕwaʔs k̓əl sp̓áp̓ƛ̓əmqən. There is a low place, the head of the gulch. Sp p̓s crushed, dented, bent; hec-p̓s-ám it's crushed, it's dented.

p̓p̓uy̓   [p̓əp̓úy̓] Morph: p̓•p̓uy̓. Etym: √p̓y̓. a little soft. p̓əp̓úy̓ A little soft. See: p̓uy.

p̓p̓y̓p̓uy̓   [p̓əp̓iʔp̓úy̓] Morph: p̓•p̓y̓•p̓uy̓. Etym: √p̓y̓. to be soft. p̓əp̓iʔp̓úy̓. Small soft things. See: p̓p̓uy̓.

p̓p̓ʔax̌   [p̓əp̓ʔáx̌] Morph: p̓•p̓[ʔ]ax̌. Etym: √p̓x̌. wounds or scars heal. p̓p̓ʔax̌. See: p̓ʔax̌.

p̓p̓ʔuy̓   [p̓əp̓ʔúy̓] Morph: p̓•p̓[ʔ]uy̓. Etym: √p̓y̓. to get a little soft; to soften a little. p̓əp̓ʔúy̓. Got a little soft. See: p̓p̓uy.

p̓qp̓qaɬx̌nm   [p̓əqp̓qáɬx̌nəm] Morph: p̓q•p̓qaɬx̌n+m. Etym: √p̓qɬ. to flap one's wings. kɬtəɬxítkʷ, uɬ t̓i puˑˑɬ p̓əqp̓qáɬx̌nəm. He stood up in the water, it churned up as he flapped his wings.

p̓qʷaʔíɬp   [p̓uqʷaʔíɬp] Morph: p̓qʷaʔíɬp. Variant: p̓qʷiʔíɬp. Etym: √p̓qʷʔ. silverberry (elaeagnus commutata). p̓uqʷaʔíɬp.

p̓qʷiʔíɬp   [p̓uqʷiʔíɬp] Morph: p̓qʷiʔíɬp. Variant: p̓qʷaʔíɬp. Etym: √p̓qʷʔ. silverberry (elaeagnus commutata). p̓úqʷaʔ. See: p̓qʷaʔíɬp.

p̓q̓ʷ   [p̓q̓ʷ] Morph: p̓q̓ʷ. Etym: √p̓q̓ʷ. root with meaning "spill a powdery substance" on which several stems are formed. See: p̓q̓ʷmi; np̓q̓ʷitkʷ; snp̓q̓ʷitkʷ. Sp p̓oq̓ʷ powdered, powdery; Cm √pq̓ʷ napúq̓ʷm to fill with powder or granular substance; Cr p̓aq̓ʷ powder; Sh √puq̓ʷ to load (a gun); Th √p̓əq̓ʷ pulverize; Li √p̓əq̓ʷmin black powde (maybe "gundpowder").

p̓q̓ʷmi   [p̓q̓ʷmi] Morph: p̓q̓ʷ+mi. Etym: √p̓q̓ʷ. to spill a powdery substance. Gram: +ɬt transitive kʷu pq̓ʷmíɬtxʷ ya lparín. You spilled my flour. See: p̓q̓ʷ.

p̓rq̓us   [p̓ərq̓ús] Morph: p̓rq̓us. Etym: √p̓rq̓. to be turned inside-out. way̓ əcp̓ərq̓ús. It's inside out. Sp √p̓raq̓ (p̓raq̓ʷ) pushed back, turned back, bent back; č-s-p̓rq̓ʷús it's inside out; Cm k‑p̓ərq̓‑nt‑xʷ you turn s.t. inside out; Cr p̓arq̓ curved (upwards), warped; hn+p̓ar+arq̓ús+m inside out (to turn...); Sh √pleq̓ to return stg.; c-x-pleq̓ inside out; Th √p̓éyəq̓ turn opposite.

p̓s k̓ʷƛ̓up   [p̓əs kʷƛ̓up] Morph: p̓s k̓ʷƛ̓up. Coyote's call for his four powers. uɬ ixíʔ cut sənk̓l̕íp p̓əs p̓əs kʷƛ̓up p̓əs p̓əs kʷƛ̓up p̓əs p̓əs kʷƛ̓up p̓əs p̓əs kʷƛ̓up. kʷm̓iɬ axáʔ t̓ək̓ʷk̓ʷúlaʔxʷ ixíʔ iʔ sxʔitx. Coyote said p̓əs p̓əs kʷƛ̓up. At once the first one fell to the ground. Sp √p̓is struggle, the guiding spirit of spílyeʔ. p̓iseʔ p̓íseʔ k̓ʷeƛ̓ép what Coyote said as each son fell out and was born.

p̓sink   [p̓sink] Morph: p̓sink. Etym: √p̓s. to fast. kən ksp̓sínkaʔx. I'm going to fast.

p̓sinkm   [p̓sínkəm] Morph: p̓sink+m. Etym: √p̓s. to fast; to starve oneself. ʕác̓ənt a cq̓əlspuʔús, ixíʔ a cp̓sínkəm. Look, it's the ones who have a broken heart that starve themselves. p̓sínkəm. To fast. See: p̓sink.

p̓sƛ̓aʔíkst   [p̓əsƛ̓aʔíkst] Morph: p̓sƛ̓aʔíkst. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. large hands. plural. See: p̓isƛ̓aʔ.

p̓sƛ̓aʔísxn   [p̓əsƛ̓aʔísxən] Morph: p̓sƛ̓aʔísxn. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. large spherical objects. p̓sƛ̓aʔísxn. See: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ.

p̓sƛ̓aʔsímxʷ   [p̓əsƛ̓aʔsímxʷ] Morph: p̓sƛ̓aʔsímxʷ. Etym: √p̓sƛ̓ʔ. to have big breasts. Sp p̓sƛ̓sémxʷ [she has] big breasts. See: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ.

p̓sƛ̓ʔípaʔst   [p̓əsƛ̓ípaʔst] Morph: p̓sƛ̓ʔípaʔst. Etym: √q̓sƛ̓ʔ. 1 • big balls. p̓sƛ̓ʔípaʔst.

2 • p̓sƛ̓ʔípaʔst. See: p̓ísƛ̓aʔ.

p̓sp̓saqstn   [p̓əsp̓sáqstən] Morph: p̓s•p̓saqs+tn. Etym: √p̓s. nostrils. taɬt iʔ sk̓əɬx̌ʷíls iʔ məɬk̓íyaʔ mʕan̓ tl inp̓əsp̓sáqstən. I had a real bad nose bleed, real lots of blood from both my nostrils. Sp s-n-p̓sáqs-tn nostril; Sh x-p̓s-eqs-tn nostril. See: sp̓saq.

p̓tp̓t̓aʕt̓   [p̓ət̓p̓t̓áʕt̓] Morph: p̓t̓•p̓t̓aʕ•t̓ ? Etym: √p̓ʕt̓. spilled fluid. p̓ət̓p̓t̓ʕát̓. Blobs of spilled fluid. See: p̓t̓aʕ.

p̓t̓   [p̓ət̓] Morph: p̓t̓. Etym: √p̓ʕt̓. to make s.t. into dough. Gram: +nt transitive p̓t̓əntáʕsəlx. They made it into dough. Sp p̓at̓(á) substance in gravy-like form ...; p̓t̓-m-cot she became limp; Cm p̓aat̓t̓ be gooey, mushy; p̓ét̓ət̓ be overflowing; p̓t̓‑(nt)‑s he dumped s.t.; Cr t+p̓at̓+t̓ a sticky substance clinging to something; p̓át̓-nt-s he put down soft yielding stuff, like mush; Sh √pat̓ overflow, boil over, hang down around edges; Li ka.p̓ə̣́ƛ̓‿a to flop down ... a glob of mud plopping down.

p̓t̓ak̓   [p̓t̓ak̓] Morph: p̓t̓ak̓. Etym: √p̓t̓k. a burst boil. p̓t̓ak̓. A burst boil. Sp p̓t̓íč̕ water bubbling at the ground in a spring or artesian well; Cm p̓itk̓‑lqs to hatch.

p̓t̓aʕ   [p̓t̓aʕ] Morph: p̓t̓aʕ. Etym: √p̓t̓ʕ. Variant: pt̓aʕ. to pour or dump a slushy substance. Gram: +nt transitive p̓t̓máʕntxʷ. You dumped it. ṇp̓t̓əntáʕs. He poured it in. Gram: middle ak̓láʔ iksp̓t̓áʕm. I’m going to pour it here. Sp √p̓at(á) substance in gravy-like form. shapeless mass, worthless clump; p̓p̓tóseʔ large, slushy drops of a rain and snow mixture; Cr √p̓t̓ [also recorded as √p̓t and √ptp̓uʔt greasy (It got...); poʔt̓ápaw̓asqn greasy (h/h chin got...) confirms the pharyngeal; Sh √pat̓ overflow, boil over, hang down around edges. See: p̓t̓.

p̓t̓aʕm   [p̓t̓aʕm] Morph: p̓t̓aʕ+m. Etym: √p̓t̓ʕ. Variant: pt̓aʕm. to pour or dump a slushy substance. Gram: +nt transitive p̓t̓máʕntxʷ. You dumped it. See: p̓t̓aʕ.

p̓t̓aʕt̓   [p̓t̓aʕt] Morph: p̓t̓aʕ•t̓. Variant: pt̓aʕt̓. Etym: √p̓ʕt̓. a mush- or mud-like substance spills on a lower surface. pt̓aʕt̓. It plopped. ul̕mís iʔ sənp̓k̓ʷítkʷ, uɬ p̓t̓aʕt̓. He tipped over the porridge and it spilled. kcʕáywsəntəm uɬ p̓t̓aʕt̓ iʔ sənix̌ʷtíɬc̓aʔs. He cut him open and his insides spilled out. See: p̓t̓aʕ.

p̓t̓maʕ   [p̓ət̓máʕ] Morph: p̓t̓+maʕ. Etym: √p̓ʕt̓. to throw down a mush-like substance (mud, dough...); to pour or dump a mushy substance. Gram: +nt transitive p̓ət̓máʕs. He threw mud on the ground. p̓ət̓mʕántxʷ. You threw mud or dough on the ground. See: p̓t̓aʕ; p̓t̓.

p̓t̓p̓t̓aʕt̓   [p̓ət̓p̓t̓áʕt̓] Morph: p̓t̓•p̓t̓aʕ•t̓. Etym: √p̓ʕt̓. blobs of spilled fluid. p̓ət̓p̓t̓áʕt̓. Blobs of spilled fluid. See: p̓t̓aʕ.

p̓t̓qin   [p̓ət̓qín] Morph: p̓t̓qin. Etym: √p̓t̓. a cornhusk hat (not to be worn after dark). p̓ət̓qín. Cornhusk hat; everyday hat; a slouch hat.

p̓úklaʔ   [p̓úklaʔ] Morph: p̓úklaʔ. Etym: √p̓kʷlʔ. Variant: p̓úkʷlaʔ. ball.

p̓úkʷlaʔ   [p̓úkʷlaʔ] Morph: p̓úkʷlaʔ. Etym: √p̓kʷlʔ. Variant: p̓úklaʔ. a ball. ya cənpúxʷ iʔ p̓úkʷlaʔ. Balloon. Sp p̓k̓ʷlʔé-m he played ball...; Cm p̓úkʷlaʔ ball; Cr p̓ekʷleʔ ball, baseball, basketball; Th /p̓úkʷleʔ ball, play a game involving a ball, play ball.

p̓úkʷlaʔm   [p̓úkʷlaʔṃ] Morph: p̓úkʷlaʔ+m. Etym: √p̓kʷlʔ. to play ball. kʷu p̓úkʷlaʔm. We played ball. Sp p̓kʷleʔ-m he played ball (refers to the old game played with curved, spoon-like sticks like those used in lacrosse). See: p̓úkʷlaʔ.

p̓uƛ̓   [puƛ̓] Morph: p̓uƛ̓. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. to grease or oil s.t. Gram: +nt transitive p̓úƛ̓ənt. Grease it (e.g. hair)! Sp √p̓uƛ̓ oily, greasy; Cr p̓at̓ dream, [mushy stuff...]; p̓t̓ [also recorded as √p̓t and √pt̓] p̓uʔt greasy.

p̓uƛ̓m   [p̓úƛ̓əm] Morph: p̓uƛ̓+m. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. 1 • the end of s.t. mat təl p̓úƛ̓əm axáʔ iʔ uknaqín iʔ siwɬkʷ, iʔ t̓ik̓ʷt. From the end of the Okanagan Lake. məɬ k̓əl p̓úƛ̓əm iʔ təmxʷúlaʔxʷ. To the end of the earth. uɬ ilíʔ kiʔ p̓úƛ̓əm ilíʔ uɬ itíʔ iʔ sm̓aʔm̓áy̓aʔs. That's where his story ends. ilíˑˑʔ cíx̌cəx̌t iʔ skʷalt, taɬt uɬ lut t̓ə ksp̓úƛ̓əm. The heat was very high, there sure was no end to it.

2 • all the way; completely; all of s.t. p̓úƛ̓əm psáʕyaʔ. Right down no good. way̓ cmistín iʔ q̓əy̓mín uɬ p̓úƛ̓əm. I am highly educated. yaʕyáʕt ixíʔ, uɬ p̓úƛ̓əm ixíʔ, mrímstən. All of them, they are medicine.

3 • to get to the end of s.t.; to finish s.t. Gram: intransitive ilíʔ ki cp̓úƛ̓əm ck̓əɬʔálqʷaʔ. That's where it ends, right next to the river. Gram: +nt transitive (perhaps aberrant) lútiʔ cp̓úƛ̓əms ɬaʔ cqʷəlqʷílt. He never finishes what he is saying. Gram: +st transitive t̓əxʷ way̓ p̓úƛ̓əmstəm axáʔ iʔ sənm̓aʔm̓áyaʔtṇ. We are done with school. ixíʔ p̓úƛ̓əmstsəlx iʔ q̓əy̓mín axáʔ iʔ sk̓ʷíƛ̓təms. His brothers finished school. p̓úƛ̓əmsts iʔ q̓əy̓mín uɬ way̓ cənx̌stmís. They finish school, and that will be good. p̓úƛ̓əmstəm iʔ q̓əy̓mín uɬ kmx q̓əy̓mín a cmistím. We finished school, and all we know is just reading. uɬ caʔkʷ púƛ̓əmstən uɬ ɬk̓əɬxʷíc̓əɬtsən. When I finish it I'll send it back to you. Gram: as nominalized transitive uɬ aɬíʔ, aɬíʔ way̓ ikspúƛ̓əmstəm ispuʔús. So I want my thoughts to come to an end. Sp √p̓uƛ̓, p̓úp̓ƛ̓-m̓ he went out (of the woods); Cr p̓ut̓ end ... (as river, road, woods); Sh put̓-m to emerge from the wood, come out of the bush.

p̓um   [p̓um] Morph: p̓um. Etym: √p̓m. smoke; buckskin color; tan. p̓um. Buckskin color. Sp √p̓um tan (color); Cm p̓aʔ‑p̓um‑aʔ buckskin horse; Cr p̓em mouse-colored; Sh √p̓um̓, p̓um to smoke, smoke-color; Th √p̓úm smudge; Li p̓úm-xal to smoke skins, fish.

p̓up̓ƛ̓m   [p̓úp̓ƛ̓əm] Morph: p̓u•p̓ƛ̓+m. Etym: √p̓ƛ̓. near the end. ixíʔ ik̓líʔ p̓úp̓ƛ̓əm iʔ t̓ik̓ʷt. There near the end of the lake. Sp s-n-p̓ƛ̓-mús the end; Cr p̓ut̓ end. See: p̓uƛ̓m.

p̓úp̓saʔ   [p̓úp̓saʔ] Morph: p̓ú•p̓saʔ. Etym: √p̓s. fish heart. p̓úp̓saʔ. See: p̓up̓smn̓.

p̓up̓smn̓   [p̓úp̓əsmən̓] Morph: p̓u•p̓•s+mn̓. Etym: √p̓s. salmon heart. p̓up̓smn̓. Sh p̓us-mn heart. See: p̓úp̓saʔ.

p̓up̓stn   [p̓up̓stṇ] Morph: p̓u•p̓•s+tn. Etym: √p̓s. p̓up̓stn: the original site of Keller, just north of the former mouth of John Tom Creek on the east side of the Sanpoil River. Lit: small p̓ustn [an unidentified grass possibly related to rye grass p̓up̓stn.

p̓úqʷaʔ   [p̓úqʷaʔ] Morph: p̓úqʷaʔ. Variant: p̓uqʷiʔ. Etym: √p̓qʷʔ. silverberry berries (elaeagnus commutata). p̓úqʷaʔ.

p̓úqʷiʔ   [p̓úqʷiʔ] Morph: p̓úqʷiʔ. Variant: p̓uqʷaʔ. Etym: √p̓qʷʔ. silverberry berries (elaeagnus commutata). p̓úqʷaʔ.

p̓ustn   [p̓ustṇ] Morph: p̓us+tn. Etym: √p̓s. rye grass (?); unidentified grass. Sp p̓ús-tn an unidentified bush.

p̓uy   [p̓uy] Morph: p̓uy. Etym: √p̓y. root with meaning "wrinkle, frown" on which several stems are formed. See: p̓yus; p̓uyxn; p̓yp̓uyxn; p̓ayúsm; p̓yp̓ayúsm; p̓ap̓aʔyús. Sp p̓ip̓úyšn; Cm p̓uy be soft, flaccid, wrinkled, √p̓y; Cr p̓uy crinkled, wrinkled; Sh p̓y-us-m to frown, make a face; to become overcast; Th /p̓iʔ - √p̓əy̓ wring; n-p̓iʔˑ/p̓i[ʔ]sén̓i have wrinkled ears; Li p̓iʔ-xál to squeeze juice out of a piece of fruit, to squeeze s.t. out of a tube.

p̓uyxn   [p̓úyxən] Morph: p̓uyxn. Etym: √p̓y. car; automobile. Lit: wrinkled feet ƛ̓lap inp̓úyxən. My car stopped. səxʷlk̓am ɬaʔ kɬp̓úyxən. Police car. kʷu nʔíysɬt axáʔ ikɬp̓úyxən. Buy me this car! kɬtk̓ʷəntísəlx iʔ l p̓úyxən, uɬ xʷət̓púsəlx k̓əl sxʷmrim. They put him in the car, and they started to the doctor. kʷu ksnʔísaʔx t nc̓xʷiwltn iʔ k̓l p̓úyxəntət. We are going to buy some gas for our car. Sp p̓ip̓úyšn; Cr p̓uy+p̓uyšn; Sh p̓y-us-m to frown, make a face; to become overcast. See: p̓uy.

p̓wap   [p̓wap] Morph: p̓wa+p. Etym: √p̓w. to echo. mat ilíʔ əclaʕ̓tíw̓aʔs uɬ mat c̓kin uɬ p̓wap ixíʔ a claʕ̓tíw̓s. In a little dip and it echoed in the dip. Sp p̓w-úp it echoed; Cm s-pʔiw-cn echo; Cr p̓ugʷ–ílmxʷ echo; Sh p̓ewt echo; Th qtL√p̓éw echo; Li √p̓aw to echo. See: sp̓iwcn.

p̓wp̓awíkn   [p̓up̓aʔwíkn] Morph: p̓u•p̓awíkn. Etym: √p̓w. unidentified black insects; stink bug(s). See Sp p̓uʔp̓uʔ-múɬ ... stink bug. See: np̓wp̓awíkn.

p̓w̓am   [p̓wam] Morph: p̓w̓a+m. Etym: √p̓w̓. to fart. kʷ p̓w̓am. You farted. Sp p̓ʔ-úm he farted; Cm p̓uw̓‑m to fart; Sh s-p̓uʔ to fart; Th p̓úʔ flatulate, break wind, fart; Li ka.p̓úʔ‿a to fart audibly.

p̓w̓ncut   [p̓uʔncút] Morph: p̓w̓+ncut. Etym: √p̓w. to fart. ksp̓uʔncút. (S)he/it is farting. See: p̓w̓am.

p̓w̓p̓w̓múɬ   [p̓uʔp̓uʔmúɬ] Morph: p̓w̓•p̓w̓+m+uɬ. Etym: √p̓w̓. one who farts often. myaɬ kʷ p̓uʔp̓uʔmúɬ. You are nothing but a farter (loud kind). See: p̓w̓am.

p̓w̓p̓w̓ncut   [p̓uʔp̓uʔncút] Morph: p̓w̓•p̓w̓+ncut. Etym: √p̓w. to fart repeatedly. ksp̓uʔp̓uʔncút. (S)he is farting repeatedly. See: p̓w̓ncut.

p̓xʷxʷixʷ   [p̓əxʷəxʷíxʷ] Morph: p̓xʷ•xʷ•ixʷ. Etym: √p̓xʷ. a light shines; a light is on. way̓ t̓i lut səkscxʷúysəlx uɬ p̓əxʷəxʷíxʷ axáʔ iʔ citxʷ səcwíxəx. They didn’t go far, and there is a light, a house. See: np̓aʔp̓aʔxʷús; p̓ixʷ.

p̓yp̓ayúsm   [p̓ip̓ayúsəm] Morph: p̓y•p̓ayús+m. Etym: √p̓y. to frown a lot. p̓yp̓ayúsm. See: p̓uy.

p̓yp̓uyxn   [p̓ip̓úyxṇ] Morph: p̓y•p̓uyxn. Etym: √p̓y. car. Lit: wrinkled feet atmobíl, kəm̓ p̓iʔp̓úyxən. Automobile or rubber feet. k̓əɬníxəlmən iʔ p̓iʔp̓úyxən. I heard a car. Sp p̓ip̓úyšn car, automobile; Cm k‑p̓i‑p̓uy‑xn automobile; Cr p̓uy+p̓uyšn automobile, car. See: p̓uyxn.

p̓yus   [p̓əyús] Morph: p̓yus. Etym: √p̓y. wrinkled face. Sp p̓úys he has a wrinkled face; Cr p̓úyus face (he has a wrinkled...); Sh p̓y-us-m to frown, make a face. See: p̓uy.

p̓y̓aq   [p̓iʔáq, p̓iy̓áq] Morph: p̓y̓aq. Etym: √p̓y̓q. to be ready to eat, cooked, ripe. way̓ p̓iʔáq. It got done, cooked enough. way̓ p̓iʔáq iʔ síyaʔ, kʷu ksq̓ʷlíw̓aʔx t síyaʔ. The saskatoons are ripe, let's go pick saskatoons. p̓iy̓áq iʔ stim̓, məɬ way̓ t̓i kmax tíxʷsəlx. When things got ripe, all they did was gather them. Sp hec-p̓ay̓q it's ripe, it's baked; Cm p̓iʔq be cooked, ripe. See: p̓y̓q; p̓ay̓q.

p̓y̓p̓ay̓áqaʔ   [p̓iʔp̓ay̓áqaʔ] Morph: p̓y̓•p̓ay̓áqaʔ. Etym: √p̓y̓q. to be ripe. q̓ʷəl̕íˑˑw̓m məɬ cut p̓iʔp̓ay̓áqaʔ knaqsúˑˑs. He picked and said, "One berry ripe." cp̓əyp̓əyáqaʔ. The berry is ripe. See: p̓y̓aq.

p̓y̓p̓y̓aq   [p̓iʔp̓iʔáq] Morph: p̓y̓•p̓y̓aq. Etym: √p̓y̓q. to be cooked. way̓ kʷu p̓iʔp̓iʔáq iʔ t skʷal̕t. We are being cooked by the heat (of the sun). See: p̓y̓aq.

p̓y̓q   [p̓iʔq] Morph: p̓y̓q. Etym: √p̓y̓q. to ripen s.t. Gram: qt{c-...-st} customary uɬ iʔ x̌əyáɬnəxʷ a cp̓iʔqstís iʔ sp̓iʔqáɬq. The sun ripened the berries. See: p̓y̓aq.

p̓y̓qiltn   [p̓iʔqíltən] Morph: p̓y̓qiltn. Etym: √p̓y̓q. to have s.t. cooked, ready to eat. ixíʔ uɬ ɬaʔ cp̓iʔqíltnəlx, ctkɬáʔməlx ɬaʔ c̓aɬʔíɬnəlx. And when they cook, they eat separately. way̓ kən p̓iʔqíltən. I have everything cooked. n̓ín̓w̓iʔ kən p̓iʔqíltṇ məɬ c̓úkʷɬmən iʔ kscʔíɬnəmp. When my cooking is done I'll bring you what you're going to eat. ksp̓iʔqíltṇ. She will have everything cooked. xʷus ɬ ksckaʔxísxəns ɬ ksp̓iʔqíltəns. To warm up to get things cooked. a ʔayxáxaʔ uɬ p̓iʔqíltən axáʔ iʔ k̓ʷəlcəncútən uɬ kɬsəlám The cook set the table. way̓ p̓iʔqíltən iʔ k̓ʷəlcəncútən. The cook is done cooking. See: p̓y̓aq.

p̓ʔaxʷ   [p̓ʔaxʷ] Morph: p̓[ʔ]axʷ. Etym: √p̓xʷ. to shine. uɬ ixíʔ mat t̓əxʷ a cp̓ʔaxʷ. It shines. nt̓aʔ uɬ t̓i kmix cp̓ʔaxʷ axáʔ iʔ qəpqíntəns. Her hair is just shining. uníxʷ kʷəkʷr̓ít iʔ sp̓ʔaxʷs. It̓s gold, real gold that shines. way̓ uɬ uníxʷəm xʷəm t̓i uɬ səcp̓aʔxʷmíx. They were truly shining. Sp √p̓exʷ bright, shining, sorrel horse; p̓ʔexʷ it got light, light is spreading; Cm p̓aʔxʷnt‑xʷ you light s.t.; Cr p̓ixʷ agleam, flashed, glow, glowed (it...), radiate; s+p̓íʔxʷ brilliance, light. See: p̓ixʷ.

p̓ʔax̌   [p̓ʔax̌] Morph: p̓[ʔ]ax̌. Etym: √p̓x̌. to heal (a wound or scar). p̓ʔax̌. Sp √p̓ax̌ healed, well; p̓ʔáx̌ he got well; Cr √p̓x̌, p̓aʔx̌ to heal, become well; Sh p̓ex̌-t healed over. See: p̓ax̌.

p̓ʔaʕ   [p̓ʔaʕ] Morph: p̓[ʔ]aʕ. Etym: √p̓ʕ. to get tired or bored. p̓ʔa. Tired, bored.

p̓ʔukʷ   [p̓ʔukʷ] Morph: p̓[ʔ]ukʷ. Etym: √p̓kʷ. to get softened (of hides, bark ... ). p̓ʔukʷ.

p̓ʔuy̓   [p̓ʔuy̓] Morph: p̓[ʔ]uy̓. Etym: √p̓y̓. to get soft; to go flat. p̓ʔuy̓. It got soft. See: p̓uy.