Yana placed on the table a tureen of cabbage and bacon soup, the smell of which would have aroused the appetite of the dead.
The myths from one to nine inclusive are Wintu, from ten to the end Yana.
After five days' successful rowing along the coast to the eastward he discovered the mouth of the Yana.
The Yana name of this mountain is Wahkanopa, which means the son of Wahkalu.
I laughed at Yana, who had thought it necessary to bring provisions.
An hour later my father, Yana, and I stepped into a landau at the door.
Yana and Salinan are superficially very dissimilar languages.
Yana, an Indian language of California, can freely compound noun with noun and verb with noun, but not verb with verb.
In Yana the third person of the verb makes no formal distinction between singular and plural.
The Yana chinca holds a prominent place in the religious ceremonies of some of the Indian races.