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Fish used to be plentiful (audio) ale? s^ sahonataklo:kó: tsi? latitsyákwas ok yah ki? ne thakalihu:ní: usahuht^tyu:kó: tsi? niyo:lé kwah ^:té ^wa:tú again it snowed on them while they fish not even that was the reason for them to go home until just daylight it became
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Tahnú uni ne tho tkanya:tú tsi? yukwatehuhatáti yah te?wé:ne kánhke usak^tsyanákl^ne? tsi? nukwá niyakw^tsyáthahkwe wahu:nísa nu and even there is a dam on our river it doesn’t seem when fish will be plentiful again towards we used to fish there long ago.
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) okhna? ne kwi aw^*:ke t^hutaw^*li ^hatitsya:kó: ne t^hatikháhsi tsi? ni:kú ^hatitsyáli and so in the water they travel they will fish they will divide the amount they will kill
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Ok yah kwi thahutuhkályahke? yah uni? thahatiwístoske? aluháti kwahsutáti latitsyákwas And they would not be hungry not even would they be cold even though all night they are fishing
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Tahnú yah kwi te?yakway^teli:hné úhka? ayukhin^*statsye? tsi? yakw^tsyákwas and we didn't used to know of anyone to forbid us that we gather fish
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) kato:k^* na?teka:lú nale? sahutekhu:ní: ale? k^s yah óksa thutahatihnaw^nha:láne? k^*:tho tsi?niyo:lé tayolh^?uhátye? certain at intervals again they ate again often not right away would they get busy again here until daylight is coming
He drags a pole (audio) Tsi? nihotiliho?t^:hnè ne?n olihwaka:yú kwáh k^s tsi? ok ni:yót tsi? Latilihwahni:láts tsi?^yakónyake? This is the kind of custom they used to have with the old ways on how to confirm a marriage. How they used to have ways, old ways, typically, how it was, that, they confirm, that, one will marry
He drags a pole (audio) Ta:t t^hniyá:yahke? né: kwi: né: o:n^* lo:né ^wa:tú If the two cross over, then they become a couple. If the two cross over, then, a couple it will become
He drags a pole (audio) Ta:t t^hniyá:yahke? né: kwi: né: o:n^* lo:né ^wa:tú If the two cross over, then they become a couple. If the two cross over, then, a couple it will become
He drags a pole (audio) Ta:t ^thniyá:t^ne?, ne kwi: né: she:kú ^shanakalíslehsu If they fall, then he will still be dragging the pole. If the two will fall, then, still, he will be dragging the pole
He drags a pole (audio) Ta:t ^thniyá:t^ne?, ne kwi: né: she:kú ^shanakalíslehsu If they fall, then he will still be dragging the pole. If the two will fall, then, still, he will be dragging the pole
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Astéhtsi? n^ kwi ^seshakotiya?tanyutúni laotsen^shúha in the morning then they will hitch them upagain their animals
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Kwah k^s kwahsutáti tho tyonanítsyute? atsyákta ne?n kunu:kwé just often all night long there they cook fish on the bank the women
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Kwah tehonat^nakeláhtu lotikst^hokuhk^* tsi? nikaha:wí: nale? tk^tsyanákle? tho thatitsyakwáthahkwe tho nu tshitakaha:wí: just they could tell the ancestors at what time again the fish are plentiful there where they had a fishing spot there at that time
Fish used to be plentiful (audio) Kwah n^huta:tí: to:tís okhale? tekal^:tút khale? tshikl^?tányak tho nu nikaha:wí: nale? to:k^*ske? tk^tsyanákle? Amos Bairdk^ wi nu nihatitsyakwáthahkwe tho nu tshikaha:wí Just they will speak frogs and frogs and frogs at that time again for sure fish are plentiful at Amos Baird's there they used to have a fishing spot at that time