a2 [a]
preposition. to; toward; at; on; from; in; etc. A general preposition, signifying location or movement, used with common indefinite nouns in the indicative and subjunctive. To be more explicit about the location or direction, following noun may be modified by locative proclitics (e.g. a ts'm=xbiis: in the box)
../mp3s/a/a2-db-kk-03.mp3 Ła dm ḵ'aym ax'axłgit a Ts'a'mas. They will soon arrive in Vancouver.
Ada luḵ'alayaat a txalaansga awta. And he followed behind porcupine.
Wayi ła ts'iiga muu gyediya a gyiyaaksi'i, Well, when the people from out there (Kitkatla) heard rumours of this,
ada wil 'yag̱ayaat a dzog̱a aks... and walked down to the edge of the water...
Dm kwła waalxs'nm a awaas da'as. We're going to walk across to where aunty lives.

Related entries: Cross Ref: as1  to | Cross Ref: asda  to/during/at the time of | Cross Ref: asga  to | complex tense/aspect marker a dm  in order to | Cross Ref: da1  to/at/from/on/of | Cross Ref: das  to/at/for | Cross Ref: ga  to | sgüüł a gwa̱'a̱  put it here | sgüüł a gwii  put it there

Bibliographic sources: Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry: 1.
Source: Draft Dictionary Entry.