haytk [haytk]
Derivative composed of: *hay  stand, -tk  
intransitive verb. stand; stand up
Dawil la̱xg̱ayna̱ wil haytgm uuyu. I'm standing on the road fishing.
Deex haytgn. Stand firmly.
../mp3s/h/haaytk-mw-hb-01.mp3 Wayt 'nastoo Kxeen wil haytga waaps Lucille. Lucille's house stands way on the other side of Prince Rupert.
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Related entries: da̱xsmhaytk  stand still | gyinahaytk  late | g̱anahaytk  lean against | g̱a̱lksa̱haytk  diarrhoea | Derivative haytksn  erect | Dialectal Variant haaytk  stand up | lahaytk  despairing have bad luck | lahaytk  despairing have bad luck | la̱g̱a̱x'lihaytk  stand in two clans | lusilmhaytk  back eddy | man gis haytk  promoted | ma̱xsk1  stand (pl.)/stand in a place stand | sag̱awhaytk  stand near the edge | uks haytk  stand out

Bibliographic sources: Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry: 659. Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry: 1413. | Source: Draft Dictionary entry.