discourse marker. emphatic adjunct, always follows a noun if it is used
"Wayi, wah, dm k'a di gwiniits'ndu na ha'lig̱almiilgu da k'wan," dayag̱a, "g̱al." 'Now, okay, I will show my playground to you' he said, 'come on.'
"Ayn," dayag̱a "aka dm di waali, a̱ka nm di da'a̱xgit." 'No,' he said 'I won't do it, I can't do it.'
Dawila gyik di dixswooxsgit. Then again he dove with him.
...'nii wil di dzag̱m a̱xłga łgu awta. ...that's how the little porcupine really got to shore.
adawx diya ḵ'ap wil di sisuusm. a story told when we were really small.
Dawila di ayn, "akadi," haw 'wii sts'ool gwa̱'a̱, But no, 'no way,' said this big beaver,
Heelda wineeya t'ała di asga ḵ'ala aksa gwa'a. There was plenty of food up this river.
Wayi 'nii 'na ndzagm g̱ooda sm'ooygit di ya gyiyaaksi'i. Now, the Kitkatla chief was very impressed by it.
wilaayda ał ła 'nakda hasag̱a 'yuuta, sm'ooygit di ya gyiyaaksi'i. they knew the man had wanted it for a long time, this Kitkatla chief.
G̱an ła di heelda 'maktga, da uks g̱o'iksas sm'ooygida gwa'a Therefore when he had caught a lot, then this chief came out
Ayn akadi waalt. No, they did not.
...dm di wila waan a naa haws Aap? ...why don't you find out how to do what Father said?
'nii di dzabn! that's what you do!
Gyiłaam di dzabas Heber nagoog̱a dm ksi k'odza pts'aan. Heber makes an outline before carving out a totem pole.