(table-)knife, not table knife, sharp knife for skinning deer, cutting tough things
(tell) a myth/legend
(there), present, to stay (in the progressive verb form usually abbreviated to ec, see Form Set 4). Course 11:3, 12:3.--ma7 w7ax-kt "we'll be there", kam t'lu7 wes k w7axwaxw? "have you ever been there?", ta7 k scúcacla ensw7a7x "they don't want me to be
(usually plur. tsget.sgetsle) callcus(es)
(with short u) See kwe...
(with) how many persons?
(you) finish it
(you) show it to someone
*See llutst. (to crackle, of bush, hay in which something is moving).