Tsilkè-¢igìni in a sentence

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The next place they visited was Tse‘ça-iskági (Rock that Bends Back), where they entered a house, striped within horizontally of many colors, and found eight more of the Tsilkè-¢igìni (Holy Young Men).
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Kaç, now; Tsilkè-¢igìni, Holy Young Man; Tcikè-¢igìni, Holy Young Woman. 3, 7.
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The characters of Tsilkè-¢igìni and Tcikè-¢igìni are in the myth.
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Although not told with the rest of the myth, it was subsequently related to the writer that Tsilkè-¢igìni said to the prophet, “Whoever learns our songs will thenceforth be our child.
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Kaç Tsilkè-¢igìni, bakàgië ¢igìni, 3.
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Examples of Tsilkè-¢igìni

Example #1
Two stood at each cardinal point and each one grasped a sapling which he held over his upturned mouth, as if about to swallow it.
Example #2
No kethàwn was given him; but he was bidden to observe well how the holy young warriors stood, that he might imitate them in the rites he should establish amongst men. 48.
Example #3
Dsil, mountain; ¢ilhyíl, black; çolíj, blue; biyàgi, at the foot of, at the base of. 4, 8.
Example #4
Biyàji, his child; naïlè, he lays down, he leaves.
Example #5
The black mountain, pertains to the male, the blue to the female.
Example #6
Now the Holy Young Woman, At the foot of the blue mountain, Lays down her child. 222.