Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
woya kiyabi oda žé dãhã, wiži
(one of many of the planted vegetables)
cabbage
kadé jéé né ča giya, čã gaħ pépé ča wiyaa ča
(towards the warm climate, a plant that grows like a tree)
cactus
ði spãã ča
(dough that is cooked and the result is sweet, yellow and bread-like)
cake
ũθ wayawé kiyabi ča
(with which to make number counting)
calculator
mĩnĩ akuwaθam, wiya θka jé mãkočĩ édn, wodéja ča
(across the ocean, an animal that occurs in the desert regions)
camel
owa ĩhã kiyabi
(to instantly make a photograph)
camera
θuda ĩ-ktũ juθĩn nã ča
(a small stove)
camp stove
ĩja hna étibi ča
(to camp outdoors)
camping
ũθ moθna dadn ga pobabi ga ptabi ča
(with which to open canned goods)
can opener
ožãžã tũbi θnadn
(a greasy lamp)
candle
θkuwé sak sagédn
(sweet hard treats)
candy
θkuwé sak sagédn skoskobé nã ča
(sweet hard treats that resemble a cane)
candy cane
θã hné
(to move ahead one step at a time)
cane
θa hné
(to move ahead one step at a time)
cane
ĩyu ptãhã tãga ča
(a big gun-like object)
cannon
wada anũka dãhã taθpã nã ča
(a boat that is pointed at both ends)
canoe
boħ boɣã yagédn
(puffs as it goes)
car
owabi gičũbidn
(things that are written on, that games are played with)
cards
mãkã θkuya gédn
(sweet root)
carrot
wopétũ édn sũniya pigiyé ča
(where a storekeeper keeps money)
cash register
θudanã pigiyé ča
(where a storekeeper keeps money)
cash register
ahiyaa kiyabidn yabé hã hni nã ča
(something that winds around and contains music)
cassette
ogaða kθa hã bi ga édn, ĩpabidn ga θudabi ča
(on some broken bones a cement-like substance that is wrapped around)
cast
mĩnĩ akuwaθam, hé kta téhãħ; ti dohã tãk tãga, ĩpabidn ũθ gaɣabi ča; ogičiðé éduħ tiyés onãpabi ča
(across the ocean, in the far past, a big house that is made out of stone that people retreat to in time of battle)
castle
owakãgédn
(a small animal that has a spirit nature)
cat
pusi
(a small animal that has a spirit nature)
cat
tababadn gičũbi édn, apa-kté žé ĩhé ktaam, yuskabé ĩgé ča
(in a ball game, one that sits behind the batter to catch the ball)
catcher (also: backstop)
woyakiyabi oda né ča wiži
(one of many vegetables)
cauliflower
woyakiyabi gapépéya θé čéyé ča
(a longer vegetable)
celery
ĩjaðibé yihotũbi gapéyaħ héčédu ča
(a musical instrument with a bow that is somewhat longer)
cello

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