naknúwi ‘take care of, look after, keep’; sápqitwa ‘take care of’; wáalwi ‘take care of’; qíčkn ‘care for’; nákwaasikayk ‘stay at home to take care of’; náktkʷaninn ‘take care of (such as hunters take care of the meat and diggers take of the roots); take care of a person who cannot take care of himself; take care of the body of the deceased’.