to be sick, ill; to hurt
lá:du yáhayi •
My hands hurt.
didulayá:wi ʔida yáhayi •
My hands are black and they hurt.
lá:du didulayá:waʔ lák'aʔ lá:du yáhayi •
My hands are black and one hurts.
lák'aʔ yáha šémuyi •
One really hurts.
lák'aʔ lá:du yáha šémuyi •
One of my hands really hurts.
gitwí:giya yáhayi tugílegida •
His eyes hurt because they are red.
duleʔwíʔwidi gá:dulu yáhayišga •
He is shaking his hands, although they hurt.
gemugí:giyi githáŋa yáhayišga •
He tasted it, although his mouth was hurting.
gemugí:giyi yáhayišga •
He tasted it, although he was hurting.
k'ilétiʔudi yáhayetiʔi •
He put his head down and it began to hurt
mé:hu lák'aʔ gitmáyaba yáhayigelu tuʔmáʔami •
The boy put his foot that was hurting into the water
lá:duya diyáha šémuyi •
I really hurt on my hand
má:duya ʔumyaha ʔíwehé:ši •
Did your hand stop hurting?
hálaŋa yáha wéwši •
It still hurts a little bit
lá:duya digumyá:k'ɨmida diyáhayi •
I cut my hand, and I hurt
diyáhayetiʔi digumyá:k'ɨmida •
I cut myself, and I started to hurt
táʔwilu digumyá:k'ɨmi lá:duya ʔida diyáhayetiʔi •
I cut myself on my hand with a knife, and I began to hurt
I'm getting really sick
yéweša wešléʔmuʔi ʔip'amé:sida •
They got hurt on the road, and they didn't get there