A Dictionary of the Kalispel or Flat-Head Indian Language Volume 1-2

A Dictionary of the Kalispel or Flat-Head Indian Language Volume 1-2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ...I find it swollen. Chincs-skutluisi, freq. Ohines-skuagani, My arm is swelling; 'chincs-skuagan, ' My arm is swollen. Chincs-skuapdkani, My lips arc swelling j chine8-skuap68kan, ' SUPS My lips are swollen. Chincs-skuechsti, My hand swolls. Chines-ehskushinnii, My foot is swelling; 'chinos-chskushinim, ' My foot is swelled. Chines-skusi, My face is swelling. Chines-chskusi, My eye is swelling. Chines-chskuelpsi, My ncek.is swelling. Chines-chskuenei, My car is swelling. Chines-chskueusi, My bolly is swelling. Chines-skuaksi, My noso is swelling. Chinos-chskuizei, I am swelling all around. Snsukuku, The water is swelling by snow fallen at the bottom ot tho river. Chines-nskupsi, I have blind piles. I-CHIN-SUL, 1 am taken by surprise, frightened. 2--1 am chilled, les-sulem, sulemsten, (8) I take him by surprise, I stupefy him. 2--1 chill him. Ies-sulumllom, I take his by surprise. I-SUL, adj. Cold, cool; 'i-nsul, ' cold room; pi. selsul. Es sulti, suit, it freezes, it is chilly--said of solid objects, not of liquids. i9imap, ug. Chin-selsuls, My cheeks are chilled, not yet frozen, not frost-bitten. Chin-selsulchst, My hands are chilled. Chin-selsulshin, My feet are chilled. Chin-nsolks. Xy nose is chilled; 'nsolks/ Frozen road. Chin-chselsulene, My cars arc chilled. I-sul'ldgu, Frozen ground. I-solko, Frozen timber. S'sult, s. The frost. CHINES-SUMJ, chin sum, suish (6) I smell, flairer. les-suum, suumen, suumont, cont. es suumston, es-suumsku, (9) I smell that. 'suinj sumon, sument, (9) id. Chines-susauskasi, (9) I smell, trying to find what kind of odor il may have. Ics-susaukasoin, I smell that. I-szsuum, Smell, smelling, SUPS, s. Tail. (R)-Up, pi. spsups. SZ04.EM SUPULEGU, s. Grass. (c)-Up. SUPZIN, 5. Beard. fl@-Up....show more

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  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 469g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236614380
  • 9781236614384