Taking a bath or shower

 

Here is how to talk about washing.

Vocabulary Section 1
 

'Gsispa'tu gusapunn.

Wash your hair.

 
 

Gwija'si.

Get into the water [= the tub].

 
 

Gwija'si samqwanigtug aq 'gsispalsi.

Get into the water and wash yourself.

 
 

Samuqwan gisgatteg.

The water is ready.

 
 

Tegpa'q.

It's cold (water).

 
 

Wesami-tg'pa'q.

It's too cold (water).

 
 

Epteg samuqwan.

The water is hot.

 
 

Wesam'p'teg samqwan.

The water is too hot.

 
 

Eppa'q.

Warm [not hot] water.

 
 

Wel'p'teg.

It's (nice and) warm.

 
 

Assma wel'p'teg.

It's just the right temperature warm.

 
 

Tami epit suspanign?

Where's the soap?

 
 

Tami eteg body wash?

Where's the body wash?

 
 

Ge' gesispa'tulapnn gusapunn.

Let me wash your hair.

 
 

Ge' gesispa'tulapnn 'gsituaqann.

Let me wash your ears.

 
 

Ge' gesispa'tulap 'gpaqam.

Let me wash your back.

 
 

Nige' gesispa'tul 'gpaqam.

I am washing your back.

 
 

Natqa'si aq ga'susi.

Step out [from the tub].

 
 

Ula gasigo's'ti.

Here's the towel [alt: gasigo'suti].

 
 

Gasigo's'ti'j.

Facecloth.

 
 

Gis-ga'susin?

Have you toweled off?

 
 

Ango'te'n, sesupe'g 'msaqtaqt.

Careful, the floor is slippery.