qʰa behe qʰaleqʰabéhe qʰalenCalifornia nutmeg, wild nutmegTorreya californica (Yew Family)Med. The nut was cracked and soaked in cold water overnight; then boiled into a strong tea which was drunk as a remedy for tuberculosis. C.S. SummerSynonymcaha qʰale 2California nutmegʔahqʰawaterbehepeppernutqʰale1tree, plant
qʰa bohsoqʰabóhsonswamp cloverTrifolium variegatum, Trifolium appendiculatum, Trifolium barbigerum, Trifolium Grayi, Trifolium obtusiflorum (Pea Family)Fd. The sweet flowers and leaves (ʔohso) were eaten alone or with salt or peppernut cakes. G.S. Late Spring-Early Summerʔahqʰawater*bohso?
qʰa cʼayʔcʼaqʰacʼáyʔcʼansea fig, sea apple, ice planta plant growing on coastal bluffs, whose fruit was eatenMesembryanthemum aequilaterale, Mesembryanthemum chilense, Carpobrotus chilensis (Ice Plant Family)Fd. The fruit was eaten raw (Gifford 1967:13). G.S. Summer1.5Plant188.8.131.52Food from plantsʔahqʰawatercʼayʔcʼasea fig?
qʰa cʼihpʰaqʰacʼíhpʰanseaweed detritus, drift seaweed, waste seaweed; any unused species of seaweed that has washed up on the beach; any waste on the beachqʼacíhpʰa maʔu maʔatʰúʔdon't eat this (waste) seaweed!mulídom pʰiʔtʼan ˉ ʔima·ta qawí yya qʰo· men ˉ qʰacʼihpʰa yo· daholá·cʼin hayomʔ ˉ qʰaṭʰá· wi ˉunexpectedly, there there were two little women wandering around on the gravel beach, feeling under the seaweedFree Variantqʼacihpʰaʔahqʰawaterʔahpʰaexcrement guts