sohé [so̞ˈʝe̞ˑ], alienably possessed noun: “wind, breeze“
To start with, here’s a word that is not too complicated to understand. Sohé simply refers to the weather phenomenon that is wind in general.
As with other weather phenomena, It is common to use the verb nák: “to stand up“ to refer to the wind blowing, although see tomorrow for a more common verb used with sohé.
Kaam ké, sohenák marese: “It’s windy today.“