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se'ayl (substantive (noun))

lì'upam (IPA): sɛ.ˈʔajl
'ìnglìsì: waterfall
(individual tall, thin waterfall that pours down a sheer high cliff, or off of a floating mountain)
aysna'o: environment geography
tsim: Frommer (05 Jul 2012)

hemlì'uviyä sìkenong

me·se'ayl DU dual / dual numbers
pxe·se'ayl TRI trial / trial number
ay·se'ayl PL plural
fì·se'ayl DEM these {noun} (singular)
fay·se'ayl DEM PL these {noun plural}
tsa·se'ayl DEM that {noun} (singular)
tsay·se'ayl DEM PL those {noun] (plural)

lì'uä sna'o

kxor waterfall
(a wall or bank of powerful waterfalls noted for its deafening roar and deadly force)
(countable, but only rarely)
syanan waterfall
(a single drop or series of smaller waterfalls occurring sequentially along a stream or series of pools)
tseltsul whitewater rapids
(countable, but only rarely)
rurur waterfall
(water that is aeriated while flowing among the rocks of a very gradually sloping stream)