1. predicative connective, used with common nouns in the everyday style and with common nouns with indefinite location in the high style
Yagwa hadiksa sts'ool. The beaver is swimming.
Ada ndeh dm wudi lu daawła na ksinaałgn, And whenever you lose your breath,
Wayi haytga, lu haytga łgu g̱an gisga ts'm süülga t'aa gwa̱'a̱. Now there stood, in the middle of this lake stood a small tree.
2. possessive connective, used with common nouns in the everyday style and with common nouns which are not marked for location in the high style
... na dzog̱a 'wiileeksm la̱xt'aa. ... the edge of a large lake.
3. attributive connective
Wayi, sag̱al 'naga waalt. Well, they were long overdue.