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kxor (substantive (noun))

lì'upam (IPA): kʼoɾ
'ìnglìsì: waterfall
(a wall or bank of powerful waterfalls noted for its deafening roar and deadly force)
(countable, but only rarely)
aysna'o: environment geography
tsim: Frommer (05 Jul 2012)

hemlì'uviyä sìkenong

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

lì'uä sna'o

se'ayl waterfall
(individual tall, thin waterfall that pours down a sheer high cliff, or off of a floating mountain)
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)