+y̓   [iʔ] Morph: +y̓. Variant: +nt. allomorph of +nt "transitive" in subjunctive forms.

1 • with k+s-. way̓ utəntís iwá uɬ ksc̓íqʷiʔs. She's going to try to skin it. kʷu ɬ kskímiʔs. That he will hate me. kskʷúmiʔs. She's going to store it. uc ksk̓ʷúliʔs. Can he fix it? ksƛ̓lˑnúyʔs. He'll kill him. náx̌əmɬ kʷaʔ mat inxaʔxʔít lut kʷu t̓ ksmálx̌aʔy̓səlx. My ancestors wouldn't lie to me. ksmypnúyʔs, ksmipnuiʔs. He'll find out, he'll learn. ksmypnúyʔsəlx. They'll find out. ksm̓aʔm̓áy̓aʔy̓səlx. What they will be teaching. ksq̓əy̓núʔisəlx yaʔ nqílxʷcən. They will be able to write their language. ksúxʷiʔsəlx. They will get acquainted with them. lut kstílxʷiʔsəlx. So that it may not be difficult. lut kswíkiʔs. Don't let our boss see it. kswíklaʔxʷiʔs. He's going to see the country. kswítiʔsəlx. They'll do their best. ksk̓ɬənʕalípiʔs. He was going to close the door. ksənʔúcxiʔs. He was going to follow.

2 • in other environments. m̓əsm̓úsiʔs. He felt around. uɬ c̓aʔúkʷiʔs. He brought it in. nk̓ʷaʔk̓ʷíˑˑniʔs. He picked one. scúnmiʔs lútəm. He is turning her down. ʔawtípiʔs. He followed. kʕacíkiʔs. He ties it together. kʷu captíkʷliʔs. They have been telling me. lut t̓ kaʔkíciʔsəlx. They couldn't find him.

y̓ak̓ʷ   [iʔák̓ʷ] Morph: y̓ak̓ʷ. Etym: √y̓k̓ʷ. to pass (a time of day or night). xʷuˑˑy uɬ way̓ taʔlí nkʷkʷʔac taʔlí way̓ k̓ík̓aʔt mat ksiʔák̓ʷs. Then late at night, close maybe to midnight... Sp s-ny̓aʔk̓ʷqín right around noon, in the afternoon; Cm {n‑yk̓ʷ‑lx‑us to cross a road; Cr e·+dík̓ʷ+s+m go, recede, return, ebbs (lit. H/s/i recedes/goes back/returns); Li zək̓ʷ:záˑz̓k̓ʷ-ləx to wiggle one's way through (through a crowd, thick brush, etc.). See: y̓k̓ʷ.

y̓ak̓ʷáqsm   [y̓ak̓ʷáqsəm] Morph: y̓ak̓ʷáqs+m. Etym: √y̓k̓ʷ. to be past mid-winter. way̓ t̓əxʷ y̓ak̓ʷáqsəm uɬ aɬíʔ pútiʔ ksxʷúyənt. It's past mid-winter and there's still lots of ice. See: y̓ak̓ʷ.

y̓al   [iʔál] Morph: y̓al. Variant: y̓al̕. Etym: √y̓l. to be no longer young; to get older. way̓ iʔál. He’s getting old. way̓ kʷ iʔál. You’re old (an insult). lut kʷ t̓ iʔál. You’re not old.

y̓al̕   [iʔál̕] Morph: y̓al̕. Etym: √y̓l̕. Variant: y̓al. middle aged. kʷ yiʔál. You are mature, middle-aged.

y̓ay̓ákʷaʔ   [y̓ay̓ákʷaʔ] Morph: ya•yákʷaʔ. Etym: √ykʷʔ. to be stingy. yaʔyáʔkʷaʔ. Stingy. mat way̓ qʷən̓qʷán̓t ilmíxʷəm, kəm̓ yaʔyáʔkʷaʔ. That must be the poorest king, or stingy. Sp y̓ey̓úkʷ-eʔ he's stingy; Cm yw̓-yw̓kʷ-ul be stingy; Cr duʔ+duʔkʷ+úl avaricious. See: yakʷʔ.

y̓áy̓mx̌ʷaʔ   [y̓áy̓mx̌ʷaʔ] Morph: y̓á•y̓mx̌ʷaʔ. Etym: √ymx̌ʷʔ. little basket. uɬ t̓i kaʔkaʔɬʔús uɬ q̓ʷíc̓ət iʔ y̓áy̓mx̌ʷaʔs. Her little basket was full with three little berries. See: yámx̌ʷaʔ.

y̓c̓iʔstn̓   [iʔc̓íʔstn̓] Morph: y̓c̓iʔs+tn̓. Etym: √yc̓. small horsetail (equisetum laevigatum). iʔc̓íʔstn̓.

y̓ir̓y̓ir̓qín   [y̓ir̓y̓ir̓qín] Morph: y̓ir̓•y̓ir̓qín. Etym: √yr. alfalfa (medicago sativa) and American vetch (vicia americana). y̓ir̓y̓ir̓qín. See: y̓r̓y̓r̓qin.

y̓k̓ʷ   [iʔk̓ʷ] Morph: y̓k̓ʷ. Etym: √y̓k̓ʷ. root with meaning "pass, cross" on which several stems are formed. See: y̓ák̓ʷ; ɬcny̓ak̓ʷ; ɬny̓ak̓ʷ; ɬny̓ay̓ák̓ʷ; nyak̓ʷílp; nyaʔyáʔk̓ʷ; ny̓ak̓ʷ; ny̓ay̓ák̓ʷ; y̓ak̓ʷáqsm. Sp s-ny̓aʔk̓ʷqín right around noon, in the afternoon; Cm {n‑yk̓ʷ‑lx‑us to cross a road; Cr e·+dík̓ʷ+s+m go, recede, return, ebbs (lit. H/s/i recedes/goes back/returns); Li zək̓ʷ:záˑz̓k̓ʷ-ləx to wiggle one's way through (through a crowd, thick brush, etc.).

y̓ly̓alqn   [il̕y̓ál̕qn̓] Morph: y̓l•y̓alqn. Etym: √yl. y̓ly̓alqn: camp of the Lower Spokane, located slightly more than one and one half miles below the Detillion bridge. Lit: moves in all directions il̕y̓ál̕qn̓.

y̓l̕mixʷm̓   [iʔl̕míxʷəm̓] Morph: y̓l̕mixʷ+m̓. Etym: √yl. little chief. iʔl̕míxʷəm̓. Little chief. See: ylmixʷm.

y̓r̓y̓r̓qin   [y̓ir̓y̓ir̓qín] Morph: y̓r̓•y̓r̓qin. Etym: √yr. alfalfa (medicago sativa) and American vetch (vicia americana).

y̓úy̓ma   [y̓úy̓ma] Morph: y̓ú•y̓ma ? Etym: √ym. spike rush (eleocharis palustris). y̓úy̓ma.

y̓xʷítkʷm̓   [iʔxʷítkʷm] Morph: y̓xʷítkʷ+m̓. Etym: √yxʷ. y̓xʷítkʷm̓: a small creek that empties into F.D.R. Lake south from the present-day mouth of La Fleur Creek. Lit: small dropoffs in creek iʔxʷítkʷm.

y̓xʷútaʔ   [iʔxʷútaʔ] Morph: y̓xʷut+aʔ. Etym: √yxʷ. a little lower. iʔ l y̓xʷútaʔ mi q̓ʷəlíw̓məlx. They'll pick a little below. See: yxʷut.

y̓yaʕ̓p   [iʔʕ̓áp] Morph: y̓•yaʕ̓+p. Etym: √yʕp. to arrive. xʷuˑˑylx ik̓líʔ iʔʕ̓ápəlx. They went and they got there. See: yaʕ̓p.