S’íth’em means ‘dress, gown, clothing, what you wear’. You can use it for any kind of clothes, but it is especially appropriate for traditional First Nations dress and regalia.
By Stolo Shxweli on June 3, 2016 in Clothing, Everyday Activities, Stories, The Doll, the Doll- phrases and words
A:wkw’ means ‘clothing’. You can also use it more generally for any belongings, such as tools.
S’ehólets means ‘pocket’. Literally it means ‘wrapped up on the bottom’.
Shxwtole’ólestel is the Halq’eméylem word for ‘eyeglasses’…