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Tlingit Language MOOC - Shared screen with speaker view
Matt G.
33:27
does it matter whether the things possessed are concrete/material vs. abstract/non-material?
Matt G.
39:19
gunalchéesh!
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
39:54
Gunalchéesh!
Nicki /Kaach.Gun
39:58
Gunalchéesh!
David Arne III
40:36
Gunalchéesh
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
44:45
gunalchéesh yeewháan a saaxʼu yeeylayeix̱í wé “grammar terms” yáxʼ!
Éedaa
45:04
Aaá
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
46:02
tuḵdaadaḵágu xʼáaxʼ – pear
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
46:21
woosh yaayí – pair
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
56:16
Woujld you explain “ax̱ yátxʼi” ?
Elizabeth Will
56:22
gunalchéesh - very clear explanation
Alice Taff
57:52
náakw > ax̱ náagu.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:00:48
Well, ax̱ yádi and ax̱ yátxʼi are a little bit different from the other types of family members. Ÿát is actually an alienable noun, and itʼs not exactly a kinship term the way the others are.
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
01:01:17
Gunalchéesh
Devlin Anderstrom
01:01:51
However, son and daughter are both kinship terms and they are inalienable.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:02:06
Ḵaa yéet and ḵaa sée.
Matt G.
01:02:27
do prosthetic body parts get treated similarly to severed limbs when they are attached (vs. not)?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:02:37
Yes
ch'eet wú
01:02:38
Gunalchéesh
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:02:48
Post-apocalyptic vocabulary: ax̱ ḵaa jíni (my personʼs disconnected arm)
Devlin Anderstrom
01:02:58
Yéi x̱áa yatee, yeewháan.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:03:54
–yéeyi (adjective) past; former; ex- | postnominal adjective: appears immediately after the noun it modifies
Davina Barril
01:04:05
How is the spiritual realm addressed?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:05:56
Davina - Do you mean which type of possession is applied to somethingʼs spirit?
Cheryl Cook
01:09:35
what about
Cheryl Cook
01:10:32
what about “deciduous” body parts such as hair or feathers?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:11:17
Those ones usually have the relational prefix attached to them.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:11:29
Most things like that would be considered chʼu yéi át, so they would get a suffix.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:11:36
ax̱ x̱aawú (my hair), a tʼaawú (its feathers)
Devlin Anderstrom
01:11:39
Because you can just say «tʼaaw»
Cheryl Cook
01:12:49
Gunalchéesh
Davina Barril
01:15:00
Gunalchéesh, Dzéiwsh.
Yaadachoon
01:16:15
aaa gunalcheesh
Ruth Jensen (she/her) Gresham, OR
01:16:23
Yes, “our language is medicine.” Gunalchéesh!
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:19:48
haa wsineix̱ haa yoo x̱ʼatángi
Isaiah Hall
01:22:13
The pronunciation of s is pretty inconsistent.
Isaiah Hall
01:22:48
Other letters are pretty consistent, but s between vowels is not.
Dzéiwsh James Crippen
01:24:08
a saayí — its name
Matt G.
01:31:00
Going back to my earlier question, would -uwaa get used for prosthetic limbs and/or fake body parts (especially if they aren't currently in someone's possession)? ḵaa jinuwaa?
Leslie Ishii
01:40:51
Gunalchéesh, X’unei, Dzéiwsh, and Devlin!!!
K'yuuhlgáansii
01:40:57
Gunalchéesh!
Ruth Jensen (she/her) Gresham, OR
01:40:59
Gunalchéesh!
ch'eet wú
01:41:00
Gunalchéesh!
David Arne III
01:41:08
Gunalcheesh
Barbara Yaana.eit
01:41:09
Likoodizi
milliehall
01:41:11
Gunalchéesh!
Peter Stanton
01:41:16
Gunalchéesh yeewhaan
Immanuel Anderson
01:41:19
Gunalcheesh!
Adrienne
01:41:22
Gunalchéesh!!
Dzéiwsh James Crippen
01:41:24
Gunalchéesh yeewháan, yakʼéi x̱á!
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
01:41:29
Gunalchéesh Dzéiwsh ḵa Shákw Éesh ḵa X̱ʼunei :-)
Davina Barril
01:41:31
Gunalchéesh, X’unei, Dzéiwsh, and Devlin!
Janine Wilkinson
01:41:33
Gunnalcheesh!
Devlin Anderstrom
01:41:50
Lgunalchéesh ldakát yeewháan! Also to Rose, Rose-Marie and Éedaa for all of the work on the presentation.