to keep, have
miʔleʔ dibeyéc'ɨk sáʔi •
I opened all the doors
géwe t'á:gɨm t'é:k'eʔ sáʔigi tulí:šiʔ dúlel hé:ši •
The coyote has more pinenuts than the wolf.
tulí:šiʔ t'á:gɨm t'é:k'eʔ sáʔigi géwe t'é:k'eŋa saʔé:saš •
The wolf has many pinenuts, the coyote doesn't have very many.
lembí:c'ɨk gumbeyéc'ɨk sáʔ šémuyi •
The door is really open.
lembí:c'ɨk gumbeyéc'ɨk sáʔ mámaʔi •
The door is already open.
gumbeyéc'ɨg sáʔ •
It (the door) is open
beyéc'ɨk sáʔi •
ʔitgumc'igúʔuš dibeyéc'ɨk sáʔi •
I opened the bag
ʔuŋatešihé:š t'á:gɨm sáʔi •
How many pine nuts does he have?
mó:niʔ t'é:k'eʔ disáʔi pú:lul hádigi dibegúweʔgalámigi Léʔi •
If I had a lot of money, I would want to buy that car