Rou Soulatlouy - Hash, gamurachiyit! (sports)

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Hash, gamurachiyit!*Come on, let’s play!
1. Wou svulhikul. [EB-gr]I run/ran a race.
2. Hi gelawu. [DP-kt]I won.
3. Hi geluwe’l. [JJ-gr]
Hi geluvi’l. [DP-kt]
I lost. (“I was beaten.”)
4. Raqhlhayouwu.*I play(ed) the stick game.
5. Raqhlhayouwut gitga. [JJ-gr]You’re going to play the stick game.
6. Gawu raqhlhayouwilh. [JJ-gr]S/he starts/started to play the stick game.
7. Geliwilh. [JJ-gr]
Hi ge’luvilh. [DP-kt]
S/he won.
8. Hi geluvou’w. [JJ-gr]
S/he lost. (“S/he was beaten.”)
9. Wa daqutgurou’w. [EB-gr]
S/he goes/went to play ball.
10. daqutgurouwuk [DP-kt]
baseball
11. daqutgurou’wulh [DP-kt]
baseball bat (“what you hit the ball with”)
12. Da gou luskunuvilh. [DP-kt]
S/he catches it again.
13. walu lu ta’luwurr [DP-kt]
ball (“one throws it along”)
14. wou da dutadi’lu’ [DP-kt]
football (“the one that is kicked”)

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