Rou Soulatlouy - Shouwa du lalhvi'yum? (health)

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* indicates a phrase that was reconstructed by language staff, based on similar phrases by elder speakers.

Shouwa dulalhvi’yum? [DP-kt]How are you feeling?
1. Hilaqh gouts gou lalh. [JS-gr]I feel good today.
2. Gouts ya ka lalhvi? [DP-kt]

(Spoken by Della Prince)
Don’t you feel good?
3. Gurra bichi lalhuvik.[EB-gr]
Gurra bich lalhve. [??-jc]
I don’t feel well.
4. Lhu galhitsgurraw.[EB?-gr, DP-kt]

(Spoken by Della Prince)
Galhitsgurral. [JS-gr]
I’m tired.
5. Shwiwayat. [EB-gr]I’m tired and hungry.
6. (Yil) da rruqil. [EB-gr]I’m sick. (“something happens to me”)
7. Huqhawulu’.[EB-gr]

I have a cold.
8. Vusaqh.[EB-gr]

I have a fever.
9. Sighutk. / Sighutgous. [EB-gr]I have a headache.
10. Yil da’gh jaqiluwililh.*My stomach aches.
11. daqha’n hilatwilh [EB-gr]
daqha’nulatwilh [DP-kt] 
(Spoken by Della Prince)
traditional Wiyot doctor
12. huwighurruk da laguvilh [DP-kt]
white/Western doctor
13. da wanuqi’ gou da dou’wouluwouy [DP-kt]
hospital (“where you take sick people”)
14. Nashgit mi gou wenoutwut!*
I hope you get better soon!

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