Niwakash' 01.26


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01.26.01

Ne' ne hanu'tsni ne nu'y shakunu's.

My mother's uncle was a dentist.


01.26.02

Ne' n taysht uht waunu'skya's.

He died last year I guess.


01.26.03

Akash' wai ne u'shkwaty's k thsiwakushiya'k.

I remember him coming to see us once when I was four years old.


01.26.04

Ne' wai waayu'haethsya'k he tytw.

He was shaving in the bathroom.


01.26.05

U'ky' wai he kahtk u'k'nyash tewakask'w aaaknu'tsakn'.

I came to the door and pulled my mouth open with my fingers so he could see my teeth.


01.26.06

Ne' n aknu'tsankte'.

I guess I had a tooth-ache.


01.26.07

Ne' nae kwa' wa', "Ne' sh tewaknwehni."

Anyway, he said "That's aggravating."


01.26.08

U'kahtti' sh ne' k'sha' ne na'u't taasnye't.

I went away satisfied with the diagnosis.


01.26.09

"Teyu'nwehni," nithusnye' wihiak.

I thought he said "aggravated."


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