Lexical suffix, –enč (w/ stressed-stem, –nč), within sidewalls, is locational and derivational. It indicates a position remaining adjacent to the sidewalls of some body, cavity, form.
Nselišcn worldview perceives forms with the basic shape of a top, base, and walls. All forms have this shape. Bodies and structures have a shape. Reality and events have this shape. Emotions are seen as being within this shape, to be enclosed in the walls of the emotion. Mountains and hills are seen as the sidewalls of reality or the day.
- mq̓enč, to get full
- qsqsenč, to tickle
- x̌menč, like, love
- pupusenč, sad
- nč̓menč, wall
- nilxʷenč, wall covering, hung up blanket
- nsč̓tenč, one rack of ribs, half the wall
- esnɬx̌ʷenč, it is a cave, it has a hole in the side.
- x̌ʷlxʷstenč, walk on a side hill, mountain side.
- x̌ʷlɬx̌ʷenč, hole, cave in the side of a hill.
- x̌ʷlšy̓stenč, pass through by mountain side.
- i x̌ʷlkʷkʷl̕lenč, it’s sunny on the hill side, mountain side.
- i x̌ʷlč̓eynč, it’s shady on the hill side, mountain side.
- k̓ʷɬx̌penč, to cinch.
- k̓ʷɬtl̕tl̕qnčsqáx̌eɁ, to spur a horse.
- k̓ʷɬɬulmtenč, widow with child, in mourning.
- ɬwelmt, to mourn
- čutč̓lenč, lace pins of a tipi.
- čx̌ʷax̌ʷɁanč, radio, guitar, anything that make music.