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Word of the Day

Word of the Day

Yesterday we started our look at the nouns that are converted into a verb with the suffix -la. We are going to take a closer look at a few of these verbs. The verbs we look at today can be used in everyday life. These verbs are : wekala=to give birth ona hot wekala. Yesterday...

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Word of the Day

Word of the Day

We have looked at adjectives for some time. Let's go to nouns. Particularly nouns that become verbs. We already know iwamla. This is the noun iwam=huckleberry with the suffix -la which turns it into the verb which means: to collect or gather huckleberries. This suffix can be...

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Word of the Day

Word of the Day

I thought that before we move on to another topic, it would be a good idea to have a review of what we know  or can do with these adjectives. We can make nouns of them. 1. loslosli=warmth       The noun would be losloslis=warmth losloslis...

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In Loving Memory, Francis R. Crispen

Francis “Fran” Crispen Klamath Tribal Member, Francis Robert Crispen passed away on Dec. 4, 2020 in Klamath Falls, Oregon. He was born on March 2, 1952 to Damien Bertrand Crispen and Jessie Pauline Crispen in Klamath Falls, Ore. He had a Bachelor of Science degree in Human...

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Word of the Day

Word of the Day

We have been looking at colors recently. I thought it would be interesting to look at repeating adjective that do not describe colors. However, they behave like colors in that they too have repeating syllables. 1. loslosli=warm 2. liclicli=strong 3. limlimli=dark colored, of...

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In Loving Memory, Tori Lynn Scott

Tori Lynn Scott Tori Lynn Scott was born on April 2nd, 1971 in Klamath Falls, OR. She began her journey home on February 7, 2021. Tori was a member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, and a descendant of the Klamath Tribes. She grew up on her family’s ranch at the end...

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