So, while trying to chase down some Hanis Coos notes, I found a file with some more notes in it from Jane Sokolow in her work with Martha Harney Johnson in 1965. Found a few extra words in it. YAY!
One is ‘to nurse’ (as in nursing a baby), which is kitsat. This is similar to Milluk’s gats’i.
To cough is ‘ahwat. Sounds kinda onomatopoetic.
The word for ‘scissors’ comes up once, but it is very hard to read on my copy of Sokolow’s notes. I think it is kini’pn. I would think the word was created from a verb meaning ‘to cut’ or something along those lines but so far I’ve not had any luck hunting up a verb root that survives in the vocab list. That, or Sokolow wrote something else there….