Pronoun[personal]. you (second person singular absolutive pronoun; used as subject of intransitive sentences when the time word is yagwa or ła; and as the object of transitive sentences when the time word is nah or dm. The final two examples below each include both uses.)
"Dm baaln," dayag̱at. 'You will try it,' he said.
Gwiniitsn liim gwida'atsa hasa̱g̱n. Show me the fur coat you want.
"Wayi wah, dm ła̱'a̱g̱n na ts'uwaandit," dayag̱a, 'Now, okay you will bite the tip of it,' he said,
"Wayi wah ła gwilm g̱awdin?" 'Well, okay, are you ready?'
Wayi łgu awta, 'wiihawtgn gya'wn, ḵ'ap wil 'wiihawtgn. Well little porcupine, [you] cry now, like you've never cried before.
"Wayi, dziłan sm 'waasga na ts'uwaanga," dayag̱at, "dm dawil hawn, inta bila̱x, inta bila̱x," 'Well, when you reach the very top,' he said, "then you say, 'moss bag, moss bag,'
"Wah" dayag̱ada sm'ooygida gwa'a "dzi małn n yaawsas wegi da gwa'a," dayag̱at. 'Well,' said the chief, 'tell my brother I remember him with this gift,' he said.
Da hawt das 'niit, "midm naksgu ami dzi 'eesgn midza dm k'wił yets'dza naksm g̱an." And she said to him, 'you may marry me if you promise to chop up your wife of wood.'
"Ami ałga midm ts'i'ini dm aksp'l'odu wil lu sgüün." 'If you do not let me in I will break open the place where you lie.'
Ada ndm ama di yaan. I will lead the correct way.
Dayag̱at dasga ḵ'anayist "naan," dayag̱at "dm k'a 'woon." He said to his friend, '[you] come,' he said, 'I will invite you.'
"'Lii t'aan a hak'ooyu nm 'a̱m welin," dayag̱at, '[you] Sit on my back, I will pack you,' he said,