Haouwith, or Hawilth, is the original word for chief, though tyee is commonly used.
If we don' skin um, we goin' to mak' Sah-ha-lee tyee ver' mad.
The young laird of tyee wondered what sort of man could have done this thing—this monumental wickedness.
"The tyee will be in from Valparaiso about that time," he answered.
He eagerly explained the situation to the tyee, who welcomed the strangers with grave politeness.
On your way out West to join the tyee you wrote her every day on the train.
They arranged it during the next few minutes, and then Jimmy was rowed off to the tyee.
Valentine got into the dory, and paddled him to the little wharf where the tyee was lying.
The Laird of tyee had thought he had long since plumbed the heights and depths of the joys and sorrows of fatherhood.
Guess I can't stop his getting the tyee, and she's the second boat he has taken from me.