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From: "Brian M. Scott" <BMScott@...>
> The generic term for any salmon is /sc^een&xW/; a salmon
> after spawning is /k'Wal'&xW/, which is also the word for
> 'dog salmon'; a big salmon going upstream is /siné?&c^/; a
> spring salmon is /st'ÞaqWi?/ (where the upper-case thorn
> stands for a superscript theta); a coho salmon is /þew'&n/;
> and a humpback salmon is /h&n&n'/.
>> It's a small world. *s_?-l- "salmon".
I'm glad you have started to look where I suggested.
As regards the other words of Salmon in Salish,
many are of Nganasan origin, north of Yenissei by the way.
I let you find data to check this statement.