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affixes angry appear Boas canoe Chehalis Coast Salish Coeur d'Alene compounds consonant demonstrative distinct ditc dvltc dzik dzikl dzin dzits feminine formal stem gaac to kill Gatc'Elau glottal gudz to cross hair higi inchoative intransitive itvn Jacobs jugation locative prefix material meaning n.a to fetch noted noun nouns and verbs object obviative occurs passive person plural phonetic plural forms prefix pronominal pronominal suffix Puyallup q'it qA.c q reduplication for plurality reflexive s-ti.wat Salish dialects Salishan salmonberry second conjugation second person Siletz sing sisi'n Sometimes subject pronouns suffix syllable t.q to break t'iyi'lhu t'vn to burn tc'is tcitc terminal reduplication third person Tillamook TILLAMOOK LANGUAGE transitive verbs transitivizer translated tsya'win verb complexes verb stems verb suffix voiced vowel wuna yAl to twist yit to stand