An outline of the morphology and phonology of Saanich, North by Timothy Montler

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314. ’ 315. ’ 316. 47. ∥=sis∥ ‘hand, lower arm’. 317. ’ [LOC√wash=hand-CMDL(ACT) 1SUBJ] 318. √ɬk̕ʷé=səs ‘He got hooked on the hand. [√snag, snare=hand] 319. 6. 320. ’ 321. ’ 322. 48. ∥=ətxʷ∥ ‘dollar’. This suffix apparently previously referred to ‘round objects’ (see M. T. ). However, today it is used only with words refering to numbers of dollars. 323. ’ 324. ’ 325. 49. ∥=əθ∥ ‘edge’. 50). In other Salish languages a cognate is considered to be a single suffix with the meanings ‘mouth, edge’. M.

Big(ACT)=wave] 194. ’ 195. 16. ∥=alas∥ ‘eye; round; color’. 44. The connection between ‘eye’ and ‘round’ is obvious. Connections between either of these and ‘color’ are less so. It may be that beads, brightly and variously colored, form the semantic link. 196. ’ [√close=eye-CMDL] 197. ’ [S√bruise=eye] 198. ’ [√long=eye] 199. ’ [√whittle=eye] 200. ’ [√tight=eye] 201. ’ [√loose=eye] 202. ’ [STAT√turn around=clothing=eye] 203. htm Page 12 of 20 An Outline of the Morphology and Phonology of Saanich 07/05/2005 10:11 AM 204.

Aɬən∥ ‘fish’ 22. ∥=eɬsə∥ ‘water’ 23. ∥=ɬšeʔ∥ ‘tens’ 24. ∥=íiməʔ∥ ‘appearance’ 25. ∥=amət∥ ‘blanket’ 26. ∥=en∥ ‘ear’ 27. ∥=een∥ ‘arrow, angle’ 28. ∥=neč∥ ‘tail, rear end’ 29. ∥=ənə́k ʷ∥ ‘ground, floor’ 30. ∥=enkʷəs∥ ‘stomach’ 31. ∥=ɬnel∥ ‘throat’ 32. ∥=nəs∥ ‘tooth’ 33. ∥=inəs∥ ‘chest’ 34. htm Page 6 of 20 An Outline of the Morphology and Phonology of Saanich 07/05/2005 10:11 AM 35. ∥=enəxʷ∥ ‘season’ 36. ∥=aŋ̕əʔ∥ ‘berry’ 37. ∥=ŋəxʷ∥ ‘being’ 38. ∥=qəč∥ ‘smell’ 39. ∥=qən∥ ‘hair’ 40. ∥=qən∥ ‘pharynx’ 41.

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