Émomá'kó'éne. His girlfriend/her boyfriend married someone else (lit. He has red around his eyes).
Mónésó'táhoenôtse kosa? Are you still riding the goat? (= separated from your spouse)
Népo'évêsehe? Did your horn fall off? (= Did your husband leave you?)
Énêhpoése ma'eno. The turtle is shrouded (= It's foggy.)
mâxhevéesevôhtse oonâhé'e when frogs have teeth (= never)
Móéšêto'sêhestsevévêšêhéhe He's about to grow horns (= He's crazy.)
Ého'néhevêhohtse She has wolf footprints (= She is very smart, she can outsmart men.)
Náno'ee'êha'onôtse vóóhe I put on my shoes with the morning star (=I got up really early.)
Étaomêhótsenôhtóvenestse napâhpóneehéhame. My tapeworm can almost talk by itself (= My stomach is growling.)
Naa móhe vo'êstane vé'keemahpe néxo'oma'ó'haehe? Did someone put candy in your mouth? (= Did someone pacify you so you quit talking a certain way?)
Nevá'esêstse mónétotóxemaehéhe. Someone must be talking about you (said to someone who sneezes a couple times).
Nóháso mótónêšéneehéhe? I wonder what kind of face he had? (humorous response to the preceding)
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