-nooh-ᘂᑋ-nuhPPthrough

This refers to the transmission of light through a substance, or to the movement of a physical substance through holes or slits, as with flour through a sieve or liquid through a collander.


(1) Oonooh whunul'en. `One can see through it.'


(2) Dzihtel nooh tes̲ya. `He broke through the floorboards.'


(3) Too lhat 'unooh 'uztulhtsuk. `Lots of times we had to strain the water.'


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