Words that are mono-morphemic contain only a single morpheme.
- qwé ‘pass through‘ is composed of a single morpheme
- The following example is an example of a word with only one morpheme in Secwepemctsín.
- Gibson (1973, p. 25) also provides examples of mono-morphemic roots in Secwepemctsín, provided below.
- k̓əˈx ‘to dry meat‘
- xʷík̓ ‘to dry fish‘
- táx̩ʷ ‘be a thin onject hanging down‘
- líx̩ ‘be alternating spaces and solids‘