x̌ʷ

x̌ʷac̓   [x̌ʷac̓] Morph: x̌ʷac̓. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. s.t. breaks in two. əcx̌ʷác̓. It's snapped bent. Cm x̌ʷc̓am to break (stick); Th x̌ʷəc̓ snap off; Li √x̌ʷəc to split, rip s.t.

x̌ʷanncút   [x̌ʷan̓ncút] Morph: x̌ʷan+ncút. Variant: x̌ʷnncut. Etym: √x̌ʷn. to hum, purr (e.g. of an idling car, or of a cat). See: x̌ʷnámx̌ʷnam.

x̌ʷaqʷmn   [x̌ʷáqʷmən] Morph: x̌ʷaqʷ+mn. Etym: √x̌ʷqʷ. tanning stick. x̌ʷaqʷmn. See Sp √x̌ʷoq̓ʷ č̕e hi x̌ʷx̌ʷóq̓ʷ it's smooth, all the nap is worn off; Th √x̌ʷáqʷ abrade / blister; Li x̌ʷíqʷ-xal to scrub s.t. on a scrubbing board. See: nx̌ʷaqʷqʷ.

x̌ʷaq̓ʷ   [x̌ʷaq̓ʷ] Morph: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. to grind; to reduce; to snore. Gram: intransitive əcx̌ʷáq̓ʷ iʔ sɬiqʷ. Hamburger (ground meat). kən kscx̌ʷaq̓ʷ. I have some (already) ground. Gram: +nt transitive way̓ x̌ʷəq̓ʷəntín iʔ smaʔmʔím, x̌ʷílstən iʔ k̓ʷíƛ̓ət. I decreased the women, I sent away some. Sp x̌ʷaq̓ʷ to pulverize, to grind, grinding sound; Cm x̌ʷaq̓ʷ‑mn grinder; Cr x̌ʷaq̓ʷ ground meal, meal (ground like corn); Th √x̌ʷáq̓ʷ grind / mill; Li x̌ʷəq̓ʷ to get thinned out, to be made less.

x̌ʷaq̓ʷlqsm   [x̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsəm] Morph: x̌ʷaq̓ʷlqs+m. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. to snore. kʷ ʔətʔətxáyaʔ kʷ x̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsəm. Make believe you are asleep and snore. k̓ʷaʔk̓ʷúl̕əntxʷ kʷ x̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsəm. Make believe you are snoring. way̓ məɬ nixʷ cniɬc ʔitx axáʔ iʔ tkɬmilxʷ, níxəl̕məntxʷ x̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsəm. The woman will sleep too, you'll hear her snore. iʔ k̓ʷíƛ̓ət c̓atxílx, cx̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsməlx. The rest of the folks are sleeping, they are snoring. cəm̓ ayxáxaʔ təl aksx̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsəm mi ck̓əɬníxəlməntxʷ iʔ pəptwínaxʷ. A little while after you start snoring you'll hear the old lady. Sp s-x̌ʷóq̓ʷlqs snore sound; Cm x̌ʷuq̓ʷ‑m to snore; Sh x̌ʷuq̓l-əqs to snore. See: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ.

x̌ʷaq̓ʷmn   [x̌ʷaq̓ʷmən] Morph: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ+mn. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. grinder, file. kəm̓ axáʔ i l sənəlkapítən iʔ x̌ʷáq̓ʷməns. Or [he grinds it] in the coffee mill. See: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ.

x̌ʷaq̓ʷq̓ʷ   [x̌ʷáq̓ʷəq̓ʷ] Morph: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ•q̓ʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. to be or get ground. x̌ʷáq̓ʷəq̓ʷ. They're ground. See: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ.

x̌ʷayt   [x̌ʷayt] Morph: x̌ʷay+t. Etym: √x̌ʷy. western sweet cicely (osmorhiza occidentalis). x̌ʷayt.

x̌ʷaʕtx̌ʷt   [x̌ʷáʕtx̌ʷət] Morph: x̌ʷaʕt•x̌ʷt. Etym: √x̌ʷʕt. duck. məɬ t̓aʕpám iʔ t sƛ̓aʔcínəm kəm̓ iʔ t skəkáʕkaʔ, t x̌ʷáʕtx̌ʷət, kəm̓ iʔ t k̓ʷsixʷ. When he shoots a deer, or a bird, a duck, a goose. Sp √x̌ʷat... huɬ-x̌ʷátx̌ʷtt} ducks (the name appears in a legend); Cm (s‑)x̌at‑x̌at; Cr x̌ʷát+x̌ʷat duck.

x̌ʷaʕylxʷ   [x̌ʷaʕylxʷ] Morph: x̌ʷaʕylxʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷʕy. to stroke or pet s.o.

x̌ʷc̓(a)   [x̌ʷc̓a] Morph: x̌ʷc̓(a). Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break s.t. Gram: +nt transitive x̌ʷc̓ant. Break it! ixíʔ x̌ʷíc̓əntxʷ sp̓úlaʔxʷəntxʷ, məɬ t̓i yaʔx̌íʔ ník̓ək̓. You cut it and hit it on the ground and it's cut. Gram: +ɬt transitive kʷu x̌ʷc̓əɬtíxʷ. You broke my X. Gram: middle isx̌ʷc̓ám. I break it. way̓ ixíʔ sx̌ʷc̓ams t sx̌əx̌c̓íʔ, way̓ ixíʔ put a kt̓əkt̓əksəncút. He broke a stick, he propped his eyes open. See: x̌ʷic̓.

x̌ʷc̓ac̓   [x̌ʷc̓ac̓] Morph: x̌ʷc̓•ac̓. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. s.t. gets broken. x̌ʷc̓ac̓. It got broken. taɬt lut kʷ t̓a cx̌ʷc̓ac̓. You won't be broken! (Said to an unruly child.)

x̌ʷc̓ap   [x̌ʷc̓ap] Morph: x̌ʷc̓a+p. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. s.t. breaks or snaps in two (as a stick or limb from heavy snow). ah, ixíʔ itíʔ stqcəlxálqʷs, pútiʔ tm̓iw̓s ki x̌ʷc̓ap ixíʔ. He ran on the log, he was in the middle of the log and it broke. x̌ʷc̓ap. A tree breaks (as from heavy snow). uɬ ixíʔ lut t̓a cx̌ʷc̓ap. That's the kind that doesn't break.

x̌ʷc̓iks   [x̌ʷc̓iks] Morph: x̌ʷc̓iks. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break a front leg; to break an arm. Gram: +nt transitive way̓ axáʔ iʔ t̓aʕpəntín way̓ x̌ʷc̓íksən. I shot and I broke the front leg off one.

x̌ʷc̓mx̌ʷuc̓m   [x̌ʷəc̓mx̌ʷúc̓m] Morph: x̌ʷc̓m•x̌ʷuc̓+m. Gram: one of a few CCC reduplicative forms in the language Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. wild pigeon. x̌ʷəc̓mx̌ʷúc̓m.

x̌ʷc̓pikst   [x̌ʷc̓pikst] Morph: x̌ʷc̓+pikst. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break one's own arm. kən x̌ʷc̓pikst. I broke my arm.

x̌ʷc̓pxan   [x̌ʷəc̓pxán] Morph: x̌ʷc̓+pxan. Variant: x̌ʷc̓xan. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break a leg; broken leg. x̌ʷc̓pxan. He broke his leg.

x̌ʷc̓pxn   [x̌ʷəc̓pxn] Morph: x̌ʷc̓pxn. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break a leg. cúsəlx way̓ uɬ kʷ sc̓kinx ha kʷ sx̌ʷəc̓pxənmíxaʔx. They said to her, "What's the matter with you, did you break your leg?"

x̌ʷc̓w̓salqʷ   [x̌ʷəc̓uʔsálqʷ] Morph: x̌ʷc̓w̓salqʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. a snag. cx̌ʷəc̓uʔsálqʷ. There is a snag.

x̌ʷc̓xan   [x̌ʷəc̓xán] Morph: x̌ʷc̓xan. Variant: x̌ʷc̓pxan. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break a leg; broken leg. See: x̌ʷc̓pxan.

x̌ʷc̓xn   [x̌ʷəc̓xən] Morph: x̌ʷc̓xn. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break s.o.'s leg. Gram: +nt transitive x̌ʷəc̓xəntím aɬíʔ slútstəms. He broke her leg because she didn’t want him.

x̌ʷc̓x̌ʷc̓iw̓s   [x̌ʷəc̓x̌ʷc̓íw̓s] Morph: x̌ʷc̓•x̌ʷc̓iw̓s. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to break in two; to snap. ƛ̓əm x̌ʷc̓x̌ʷc̓íw̓s ixíʔ əcənmaʕíw̓s, uɬ nyaxʷt snínaʔ. This rail broke in the middle, and Owl fell in. t̓i put ik̓líʔ nmíw̓sikən, x̌ʷəc̓x̌ʷc̓íw̓s. She was half way (on the log), and it snapped.

x̌ʷic̓   [x̌ʷic̓] Morph: x̌ʷic̓. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to cut or chop s.t. Gram: intransitive t̓iʔ x̌ʷíc̓əlx axáʔ məɬ k̓ax̌íʔ t̓k̓ʷak̓ʷ məɬ way̓ cwiʔskəlk̓íc̓aʔ. They cut it [the hay], and it falls there, and it's already baled. Gram: +ɬt transitive nk̓ʷəƛ̓əɬtís iʔ spuʔúsc, uɬ yəyáʕt ixíʔ x̌ʷíc̓əɬts, uɬ pkʷmíɬts. He dug out his heart, and chopped it all up, and scattered it. Sp x̌ʷic to cut in a swath; Cm x̌ʷc̓am to break (stick); Th √x̌ʷəc̓ snap off; Li √x̌ʷəc to split, rip s.t.

x̌ʷic̓c̓   [x̌ʷíc̓əc̓] Morph: x̌ʷic̓•c̓. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. s.t. gets cut. stim̓ ixíʔ ɬ combine ixíʔ tkampáyntəm uɬ aɬíʔ way̓ t̓iʔ x̌ʷíc̓əc̓ ixíʔ. Whatever combine is, they combine it, they cut it. See: x̌ʷic̓.

x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷ   [x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷ] Morph: x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. to mow. Gram: +nt transitive x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷəntxʷ uɬ səp̓qíntxʷ uɬ tx̌ʷíw̓səntəm. You cut it and thresh it, and we'll share in half. Gram: middle axáʔ isx̌áx̌paʔ ixíʔ x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷəm axáʔ iʔ t kc̓lalqʷ. My grandfather cuts with a hand grain mower. Sp x̌ʷícleʔxʷ he mowed hay; Cm x̌ʷic̓‑l̕əxʷ‑nt‑xʷ you mow, cut s.t. [grass]. See: x̌ʷic̓.

x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷtn   [x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷtən] Morph: x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷ+tn. Etym: √x̌ʷc̓. a mower. uɬ aɬíʔ pnicí uɬ axáʔ kɬʔaʔáx̌ʷəx̌ʷ iʔ x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷtən i l səlk̓íw̓səm. At that time we had a ripper machine to cut the grain to tie bundles. ixíʔ kʷis iʔ x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷtəns. He took the cutter. See: x̌ʷíc̓laʔxʷ.

x̌ʷil1   [x̌ʷil] Morph: x̌ʷil. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to throw s.t. or s.o. away; to discard, cast away, take off, discount; to renounce. Gram: +nt transitive x̌ʷílənt. Throw it away! Gram: +st transitive x̌ʷilskʷ. Throw it away! x̌ʷílstəm iʔ t ƛ̓ax̌əx̌ƛ̓x̌áps t̓əxʷ aɬíʔ iʔ t sqilxʷ. Her parents and the people threw her away. cəm̓ ta niʕ̓íp x̌ʷílstmən, lut kʷ ikɬəɬk̓əɬʔím. Then I'll leave you for ever, I won't wait for you. ilíʔ səc̓x̌ilx lut t̓a ksqʷəsqʷasíʔa kiʔ x̌ʷílstəm iʔ t sx̌ílwiʔs. She doesn’t have any children, that's why her husband left her. ilíˑˑʔ, t̓i uɬ x̌ʷilsts yəʔ nk̓áʕməns. He was there a while, then he renounced his church. ixíʔ iʔ t scx̌ʷílstsəlx ixíʔ həɬʔamtíməlx. The cast-aways are the ones that feed them. way̓ kʷu x̌ʷílsts inkəwáp təl púlstən, way̓ ixíʔ uɬ sic kən kɬpməncút. My horse left me because I beat him, and now I am disgusted with myself. uɬ aɬíʔ min̓á ɬ ksx̌ʷilsts, mat xʔkinsts. She will not throw it away, whatever she does with it. Gram: c-...-st customary lut t̓a cənx̌ʷílstsəlx. He never disputes or discounts it. Gram: +ɬt transitive kʷu x̌ʷilɬts inq̓aʔxán uɬ kʷu t̓ək̓ʷəntís, kʷu ktxʷípnaʔs. She picked me up, took off my shoes, she put me on the bed, and she covered me up. Gram: +ntuɬt transitive ixíʔ kaʔ cx̌ʷləntúɬtməlx iʔ sqílxʷ iʔ sumíxs pantusí. Thatʼs when the Indians gave up their spirits, [at] Pandosy's [time]. Gram: middle way̓ iksx̌ʷílməlx. I'm going to throw them away. talíʔ kʷu l̕əx̌tíw̓s, uɬ iʔ kʷu aksx̌ʷíləm. We are real partners, and then you're going to throw me away? Sp x̌ʷel to leave, to abandon, to throw away; Cr s+x̌iɬ+emn devil ... (lit. one who is abandoned).

x̌ʷil2   [x̌ʷil] Morph: x̌ʷil. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to be tired out. way̓ way̓ kən cx̌ʷil. I am all tired out.

x̌ʷiƛ̓   [x̌ʷiƛ̓] Morph: x̌ʷiƛ̓. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓. to break s.t. (in pieces). Gram: +nt transitive x̌ʷíƛ̓əntxʷ. uɬ x̌ʷiƛ̓s iʔ qʷílcən, qʷíylaʔxʷs. He broke some fir boughs, he lay them on the ground. Gram: +ɬt transitive kʷu x̌ʷíƛ̓əɬtxʷ. You broke my X in pieces. aɬíʔ kən sk̓intx k̓ʷnaʔ x̌ʷíƛ̓ət. I was afraid it'd break. Gram: middle ixíʔ x̌ʷíƛ̓əm ixíʔ skt̓əkt̓əksəncúts, aɬíʔ cəm̓ ʔitx. He broke (some sticks), and propped his eyes open, or he might sleep. Sp x̌ʷiƛ̓-t it's splintered into pieces; Cm x̌ʷ‑x̌ʷiƛ̓‑x̌ʷiƛ̓‑t be brittle; see Cr x̌ʷat to cut (in two); Sh x̌ʷit̓-m to crack (branches wood).

x̌ʷiƛ̓t   [x̌ʷíƛ̓ət] Morph: x̌ʷiƛ̓+t. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓. broken (in pieces). aɬíʔ kən sk̓intx k̓ʷnaʔ x̌ʷíƛ̓ət. I was afraid it'd break. Sp x̌ʷiƛ̓-t it's splintered into pieces. See: x̌ʷiƛ̓.

x̌ʷl   [x̌ʷəl] Variant: x̌l. for. See: x̌l1.

x̌ʷlápaʔɬxn   [x̌ʷlápaʔɬxən] Morph: x̌ʷl+ápaʔɬxn. Etym: √x̌ʷl. ?

x̌ʷlíɬc̓aʔ   [x̌ʷlíɬc̓aʔ] Morph: x̌ʷlíɬc̓aʔ. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to throw away or discard a person. cəm̓ t̓i lut məɬ kʷ x̌ʷlíɬc̓aʔ n̓ín̓w̓iʔ iʔ t sx̌ʷupts. It might not be long and you will throw him away if (it turns out that) he's good for nothing. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷlɬnk̓aʕmn   [x̌ʷəlɬənk̓áʕmən] Morph: x̌ʷl+ɬ+n+k̓aʕ+mn. Etym: √x̌ʷl, √k̓ʕ. to renounce one's church. ixíʔ kiʔ x̌ʷəlɬənk̓áʕmən praswá uɬ q̓ʷəl̕scínxən. Thatʼs when Francois and George Lazard renounced their church. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷlm   [x̌ʷəlm] Morph: x̌ʷl+m. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to throw s.t. away (on s.o.'s direction). Gram: +ntuɬt transitive ilíʔ kaʔ cmayxítəm iʔ t ksc̓əx̌ʷx̌ʷíksts iʔ sqilxʷ ɬaʔ cx̌ʷəlməntúɬtməlx iʔ sumíxs. Thatʼs when he tells the Indians with his preachings to throw away their spirits. a nxʷəlxʷəltánsəlx iʔ sumíxs, uɬ ixíʔ əcx̌ʷəlməntúɬtməlx. Their spirits are their life, and he made them throw them away. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷlstwixʷ   [x̌ʷəlstwíxʷ] Morph: x̌ʷl+stwixʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to part ways; to leave one another. way̓ sl̕ax̌t, way̓ kʷu ksx̌ʷəlstwíxʷaʔx. Well, partner, we are going to quit one another. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷlúlaʔxʷm   [x̌ʷlúlaʔxʷəm] Morph: x̌ʷlúlaʔxʷ+m. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to leave a place or a country. kən cx̌ʷlúlaʔxʷəm məɬ ʕapnáʔ aláʔ kən aɬ k̓ʷəl̕ɬtəmxʷúlaʔxʷəm. Then I left that country and now I have made my home here. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷlx̌ʷil   [x̌ʷəlx̌ʷíl] Morph: x̌ʷl•x̌ʷil. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to discard s.t. or s.o. Gram: +st transitive ixíʔ x̌ʷəlx̌ʷílstən isɬuʔɬw̓ilt. I'm going to throw away my nieces. way̓, ixíʔ x̌ʷəlx̌ʷílstəm iʔ scəcm̓ílt Well, we're going to leave the children. way̓ ksx̌ʷəlx̌ʷílɬmt. We're throwing you away. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷƛ̓x̌ʷíƛ̓aʔst   [x̌ʷəƛ̓x̌ʷíƛ̓aʔst] Morph: x̌ʷƛ̓•x̌ʷíƛ̓aʔst. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓. to fashion a weapon. cus eˑ t̓əxʷ kʷu ksx̌ʷəƛ̓x̌ʷíƛ̓aʔstaʔx. He said, "We are going to get a weapon." See: xʷƛ̓(a).

x̌ʷƛ̓x̌ʷiƛ̓xn   [x̌ʷəƛ̓x̌ʷíƛ̓xən] Morph: x̌ʷƛ̓•x̌ʷiƛ̓xn. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓. broken legs. uɬ caʔkʷ ɬ ilpnúntxʷ uɬ axáʔ iʔ t stk̓əmmáqstxəns caʔkʷ x̌ʷəƛ̓x̌ʷíƛ̓xən... If you hit him on the legs, and broke his legs... See: x̌ʷiƛ̓.

x̌ʷmap   [x̌ʷmap] Morph: x̌ʷma+p. Etym: √x̌ʷm. to be greasy. x̌ʷmap.

x̌ʷnámx̌ʷnam   [x̌ʷənámx̌ʷənam] Morph: x̌ʷnám•x̌ʷnam. Variant: x̌ʷnamx̌ʷnm. Etym: √x̌ʷn(m). humming bird. Gram: one of a few CCC reduplicative forms in the language x̌ʷənámx̌ʷənam. Humming bird. Sp x̌ʷnímx̌ʷnim hummingbird.

x̌ʷnamx̌ʷnm   [x̌wnámxʷnəm] Morph: x̌ʷnam•xʷnm. Variant: x̌ʷnámxʷnam. Etym: √x̌ʷnm. humming bird.

x̌ʷnncut   [x̌ʷən̓ncút] Morph: x̌ʷn+ncut. Variant: x̌ʷanncút. Etym: √x̌ʷn. to hum, purr (e.g. of an idling car, or of a cat). x̌ʷən̓ncút. See: x̌ʷnámx̌ʷnam.

x̌ʷptax̌n   [x̌ʷptáx̌ən] Morph: x̌ʷp+tax̌n. Etym: √x̌ʷp. to have weak arms; to be weak-armed. uɬ qʷásqiʔ uɬ aɬíʔ mat sx̌ʷptáx̌ənx. Blue Jay maybe has weak arms. See: x̌ʷupt.

x̌ʷptwilx   [x̌ʷuptwílx] Morph: x̌ʷpt+wilx. Etym: √x̌ʷp. to grow weak. uɬ aɬíʔ way̓ uɬ kʷu x̌ʷəptwílx, uɬ way̓ náx̌əmɬ t anwí ʔamtíxʷ kʷ ɬ taʔxʷsqʷəsqʷasíʔa. We are not able, you have to feed them when you get children. kən səchúyx iʔ t sk̓iwḷx, uɬ aɬíʔ way̓ kən x̌ʷptwilx uɬ ixíʔ kən scxʔimscútx. I am finished with old age, I can't do anything any more, I am right to the limit. See: x̌ʷupt.

x̌ʷq̓ʷaq̓ʷ   [x̌ʷəq̓ʷáq̓ʷ] Morph: x̌ʷq̓ʷ•aq̓ʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. to have decreased (in number), diminished. x̌ʷəq̓ʷáq̓ʷ. They're decreased. See: x̌ʷaq̓ʷ.

x̌ʷq̓ʷx̌ʷaq̓ʷ   [x̌ʷəq̓ʷx̌ʷáq̓ʷ] Morph: x̌ʷq̓ʷ•x̌ʷaq̓ʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. yarrow (fine-leafed variety) (achillea millefolium). x̌ʷəq̓ʷx̌ʷáq̓ʷ.

x̌ʷq̓ʷx̌ʷaq̓ʷlqsm   [x̌ʷəq̓ʷx̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqsəm] Morph: x̌ʷq̓•x̌ʷaq̓ʷlqs+m. Etym: √x̌ʷq̓ʷ. several snore. xʷúˑˑyʔilx, kícsəlx, ilíʔ ƛ̓lápəlx, way̓ cx̌ʷəq̓ʷx̌ʷáq̓ʷəlqʷsəm. They went, got there, they stopped. They are snoring. See: x̌ʷaq̓ʷlqsm.

x̌ʷs   [x̌ʷs] Morph: x̌ʷs. Etym: √x̌ʷs. root with meaning "descend" on which several stems are formed. See: sx̌ʷstus; . Sh səsúx̌ʷ-nst to descend; Th /sox̌ʷestús descend, go down, downhill, down the mountain (facing down); Li súx̌ʷast to come down (from ladder or hill).

x̌ʷtx̌ʷtaʕqs   [x̌ʷətx̌ʷtáʕqs] Morph: x̌ʷt•x̌ʷtaʕqs. Etym: √x̌ʷt. dragonfly. x̌ʷətx̌ʷtáʕqs. Sp x̌ʷatqán̓ dragonfly.

x̌ʷupt   [x̌ʷupt] Morph: x̌ʷup+t. Etym: √xʷp. to be weak, feeble, worthless, helpless. ixíʔ t̓əxʷ way̓ iwá ctkəxstín, uɬ aɬíʔ kən sx̌ʷuptx ʕapnáʔ. Even though I have followed that, now I am feeble. aɬíʔ sílxʷaʔ, x̌ʷupt. She's big and slow. uɬ axáʔ maɬ anwí kʷ x̌ʷupt. You are good for nothing. way̓ myaɬ kʷ k̓ʷək̓ʷyúmaʔ, kʷ x̌ʷupt. You are too small, you are helpless. way̓ axáʔ iʔ stətʔíwtaʔx pútiʔ x̌ʷupt, ixíʔ sənkxnílsc. The youngest one is still unable to do anything, (but) he wanted to go along. iʔ t x̌ʷupt iʔ sənkɬc̓aʔsqáx̌aʔ iʔ t k̓iwḷx. A lazy horse, an old one. uɬ aɬíʔ anwí kʷ sx̌ʷuptx kʷ stʔiwtx. You are helpless, you are the youngest. axáʔ incá uɬ lut kən t̓a nk̓ʷəxʷkiʔsqáx̌aʔṃ, uɬ aɬíʔ kən sx̌ʷuptx. I can't put the saddle on, I am weak.axáʔ incá uɬ lut kən t̓a nk̓ʷəxʷkiʔsqáx̌aʔṃ, uɬ aɬíʔ kən sx̌ʷuptx. I can't put the saddle on, I am weak. Sp x̌ʷup lazy, unskilled, weak; Cm x̌ʷupt; Cr x̌ʷup careless, inefficient; Sh s-x̌ʷup-t-x dumb, stupid, good-for-nothing; Li s.x̌ʷụ́ptxʷ stupid, not strong.

x̌ʷus   [x̌ʷus] Morph: x̌ʷus. Etym: √x̌ʷs. to whip; to foam. kən ksx̌ʷúsaʔx t sx̌ʷúsəm. I'm going to make sx̌úsəm. Sp x̌ʷus soapy, foamy; Cm s‑x̌ʷuš‑m foamberries; Cr x̌ʷus; Sh x̌ʷus foam; Th √x̌ʷús foam; Li √x̌ʷus to foam.

x̌ʷusm   [x̌ʷúsəm] Morph: x̌ʷus+m. Etym: √x̌ʷs. to make sx̌ʷúsəm. q̓sápiʔ iʔ sqilxʷ x̌ʷúsməlx. Long ago the People prepared sx̌ʷúsəm. See: x̌ʷus.

x̌ʷusmn   [x̌ʷúsmən] Morph: x̌ʷus+mn. Etym: √x̌ʷs. a whisk. c̓əw̓c̓áʕ̓wt akɬnutnmín uɬ nixʷ akɬx̌ʷúsmən. Your container and your whisk have to be clean. See: x̌ʷusm.

x̌ʷuss   [x̌ʷuss] Morph: x̌ʷus•s. Etym: √x̌ʷs. s.t. foams. nʔax̌líkstməntxʷ uɬ x̌ʷúsəs, m̓ár̓wiʔntxʷ iʔ t t̓axt, uɬ nixʷ nʔax̌líkstməntxʷ put taʔlí c̓k̓ʷap mi sic ʔíɬəntxʷ. Stir until if foams, add sugar, mix more until it's thick, and eat it. See: x̌ʷus.

x̌ʷux̌ʷuʕʷáy̓ɬp   [x̌ʷux̌ʷuʕʷáy̓ɬp] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷʕʷiʔɬp. Etym: √x̌ʷʕʷ. devil's club (oplopanax horridum). x̌ʷux̌ʷuʕʷáy̓ɬp. See: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷʕʷiʔɬp.

x̌ʷx̌ʷil   [x̌ʷx̌ʷil] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷil. Etym: √x̌ʷl. to abandon, leave. See: x̌ʷil1.

x̌ʷx̌ʷiƛ̓x̌ʷƛ̓t   [x̌ʷəx̌ʷiƛ̓x̌ʷəƛ̓t] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷiƛ̓•x̌ʷƛ̓+t. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓. weak, brittle objects. x̌ʷəx̌ʷiƛ̓x̌ʷəƛ̓t. Sp √x̌ʷiƛ̓ sound of cracking sticks, such as kindling being broken up; Cm x̌ʷ- x̌ʷiƛ̓- x̌ʷiƛ̓- t be brittle. See: x̌ʷiƛ̓.

x̌ʷx̌ʷl̕ápaʔxn   [x̌ʷəx̌ʷl̕ápaʔxən] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷl̕ápaʔxn. Etym: √x̌ʷl̕. hoof bone. kscaʕskst t xʷəxʷl̕ápaʔxəns iʔ sƛ̓aʔcínəm. A rattle made with deer hoof bone. uɬ x̌ʷəx̌ʷlxápaʔɬxən iʔ yámx̌ʷaʔs. And her [Chipmunk's] basket was a deer hoof. Ques: also recorded with xʷ

x̌ʷx̌ʷƛ̓miɬp   [x̌ʷəx̌ʷƛ̓míɬp] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷƛ̓+miɬp. Variant: x̌ʷx̌ʷƛ̓m̓iɬp. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓. Indian tea. x̌ʷəx̌ʷƛ̓míɬp.

x̌ʷx̌ʷƛ̓m̓iɬp   [x̌ʷux̌ʷƛ̓m̓íɬp] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷƛ̓m̓iɬp. Etym: √x̌ʷƛ̓m. Variant: x̌ʷx̌ʷƛ̓miɬp. Labrador tea (ledum groenlandicum); Indian tea. x̌ʷux̌ʷƛ̓m̓íɬp.

x̌ʷx̌ʷtiɬp   [x̌ʷux̌ʷtíɬp] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷtiɬp. Etym: √x̌ʷt. cow parsnip (heracleum lanatum and garden rhubarb (rheum hybridum). x̌ʷux̌ʷtíɬp. Sp x̌ʷx̌ʷtéɬp.

x̌ʷx̌ʷtx̌ʷtíliʔs   [x̌ʷəx̌ʷtx̌ʷətíliʔs] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷt•x̌ʷtíliʔs. Etym: √x̌ʷt. sunfish; native fish that inhabited three little lakes at the former mouth of Barnaby Creek. x̌ʷəx̌ʷtx̌ʷətíliʔs.

x̌ʷx̌ʷyucn   [x̌ʷx̌ʷəyúcən] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷyucn. Etym: √x̌ʷy. whitefish. x̌ʷx̌ʷəyúcən. Sp x̌ʷx̌ʷy̓úcn̓ whitefish.

x̌ʷx̌ʷʕʷiʔɬp   [x̌ʷux̌ʷuʕʷáy̓ɬp] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷʕʷiʔɬp. Etym: √x̌ʷʕʷ. devil's club (oplopanax horridum). x̌ʷx̌ʷʕʷiʔɬp.

x̌ʷx̌ʷʔáwsqn   [x̌ʷəx̌ʷʔáwsqən] Morph: x̌ʷ•x̌ʷʔáwsqn. Etym: √x̌ʷʔ. squaw fish. Lit: puckered head x̌ʷx̌ʷʔáwsqn. See: confirm.

x̌ʷy   [x̌ʷi] Morph: x̌ʷy. Etym: √x̌ʷy. root with meaning "sharp" on which several stems are formed. See: x̌ʷyx̌ʷyaqs; mysx̌ʷyx̌ʷayt; sk̓ɬx̌ʷyx̌ʷyqinxn; snx̌ʷyx̌ʷyaqs; x̌ʷyx̌ʷyaqs; nx̌ʷyx̌ʷyaqs; mysx̌ʷyx̌ʷayt; x̌ʷyx̌ʷayt; x̌ʷyx̌ʷysc̓im.

x̌ʷyx̌ʷayt   [x̌ʷəyx̌ʷáyt] Morph: x̌ʷy•x̌ʷay+t. Etym: √x̌ʷy. to be sharp; to be rough (as fingernail). ixíʔ uɬ taʔx̌ílsts iʔ n̓ín̓k̓mən̓s, x̌ʷəyx̌ʷáyt. Then he took his knife, sharp. haʔ way̓ x̌ʷəyx̌ʷáyt. lut, t̓əxʷ way̓ put x̌ʷəyx̌ʷáyt. Is it sharp? No, but it's sharp enough. x̌ʷəyx̌ʷáyt inq̓ʷəx̌ʷəx̌ʷqínkstn. My fingernails are rough. Sp x̌ʷiy sharp; Cm x̌ʷiy‑x̌ʷiy‑t be sharp (edge); Sh x̌ʷey sharp; Li √x̌ʷəz sharp (blade). See: x̌ʷy.

x̌ʷyx̌ʷyaqs   [x̌ʷix̌ʷyáqs] Morph: x̌ʷy•x̌ʷyaqs. Etym: √x̌ʷy. sharp pointed. x̌ʷyx̌ʷyaqs. See: x̌ʷy.

x̌ʷyx̌ʷysc̓im   [x̌ʷəyx̌ʷəysc̓ím] Morph: x̌ʷy•x̌ʷy+s+c̓im. Etym: √x̌ʷy, √c̓m. x̌ʷyx̌ʷysc̓im. scústsəlx x̌ʷəyx̌ʷəysc̓ím, ixíʔ ƛ̓lal. They call him Sharp Bones; he died. See: x̌ʷy.

x̌ʷʕilxʷ   [x̌ʷaʕylxʷ, x̌ʷʕʷilxʷ] Morph: x̌ʷʕilxʷ. Etym: √x̌ʷʕ. Fox; fox. uɬ lut kin̓ t̓ x̌ast ixíʔ iʔ təl̕ nc̓íʔcən, uɬ x̌ʷʕʷilxʷ, uɬ səmx̌íkən. And none of them is good from Wolf, Fox, and Bear. itíʔ cxʷuy ixíʔ ɬqáqcaʔs, stim̓s x̌ʷaʕylxʷ. His older brother came by there, some relative, maybe Fox. taʔlí x̌ʷaʕylxʷ sisyús uɬ x̌aʔx̌áʔ. Fox was very able, and strong. Sp s-x̌ʷóx̌ʷo a fox; Ka s-x̌ʷáx̌ʷa a fox; Cm s‑x̌ʷʕʷ‑x̌ʷʕʷ fox; Cr s+x̌ʷéʕʷ+x̌ʷeʕʷ fox; Th /x̌wéyxʷ red fox; Li x̌ʷʕʷalx fox.