ksiiẅ [ksiiẅ]
common noun. 'skinsticks' - scraped edible inner bark of several species of trees (balsam, fir, hemlock). The bark is scraped off in May or June. It can be eaten straight-away or soaked in oolichan grease, drained, cooked and sweetened with sugar
Ts'maatga ksiiẅ dzaps Velna. The 'skinsticks' Velna made tastes good.
../mp3s/k/ksiu-dl-hb-03.mp3 Eedzadit ksiiẅ a ts'm ḵ'awtsii. Fry the inner bark in grease.

Related entries: Dialectal Variant ksiiw  scrape

Bibliographic sources: Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry: 968.
Source: Draft Dictionary entry.