Sax̂ [bird, duck], Sax [bird-skin parka], Saĝdax̂s [to catch birds]

Puffins and eiders manage in any weather, preening to keep their feathers clean and dry. A boy’s game is to throw a bolo to snare birds. If he catches enough of the birds, his mother can use them to make a parka to keep him warm and dry.