hak'oo [ha/*k'oo] ../mp3s/h/hakoo-mw-hb-01.mp3 ../mp3s/h/hak'oo-vn-hb-01.mp3 ../mp3s/h/hak'oo-db-kk-03.mp3
1. common noun. back (anatomical)
../mp3s/h/hakoo-mw-hb-01.mp3 Siipga hak'oos Nadine da sah gy'awn. Nadine has a sore back today.
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2. common noun. place behind
Güültm dza̱'wes da 'nahak'oo Txałgiw. We pick salal berries behind the village of Hartley Bay.
../mp3s/h/hak'oo-db-kk-03.mp3 Hak'oo waabu wil heelda maḵ'ooxs. There are lots of salmonberries behind my house.

Related entries: Dialectal Variant ak'oo  back | Plural g̱a̱hak'oo  backs | hak'om  (the place) behind one, to one's back

Bibliographic sources: Dunn, Practical Dictionary, entry: 45. Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry: 701. | Source: Draft Dictionary entry. Draft Dictionary entry.