Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
woyayadn woyakiyabi né, odagiya né žé wiži
(one of many flowers that are grown)
daffodils
wo akidéga ĩ-snãnã hésta wagiči čač
(a lone dancer that is pleasant to watch)
dancer
θĩdé θabadn
(black tail)
deer
θijup θan
(white tail)
deer
édn owayatabi ča θék édn wowé ĩgabi čač
(a table-like structure where one sits and writes)
desk
wanãɣi dã-ã sĩ
(the evil ghost)
devil
ĩmã dã-ã sĩ
(the other one that is evil)
devil
ahinã éčũbidn édn omadop doba nã ča; nũba zé ĩ-ktũθ agé nũm éhãga piyés oda gaħ wiži kto kto oħ noħ noɣa nã čač
(in gambling, two square objects that have holes representing numbers from one to twelve)
dice
mãkočĩné hé-ktam téhan wĩgé žé hã, ta-ũ kéθadn éčék čéyabi ča wodéja ča dohã tãk tãgabi ča yukãbič éya bi čač
(a long, long time ago on the earth, it is said that there existed gigantic lizard-like animals)
dinosaur
ũθ waksiya yužaža kiyabi čač
(an instrument in which to wash dishes)
dishwasher
édãhã amanĩ u bi hũnã mĩnĩ édn ki hnũgé tũbi čač
(made to walk along and to dive off, into water)
diving board
sũga
(domestic canine)
dog
mĩnĩ tãga žé dãhã, ħoɣã gaħ wĩčasta ĩtũ wĩčapé sĩ čač
(from the deep sea, an animal that is friendly with human contact)
dolphin
suwatãga gi-hmã ča, hotũ čas ho žé žožo ča čéyač; žé ũθ "žo žo" éjiyabič
(a horse-like animal that, when it make a sound, it is like a loud whistle; that is why it is called "žo žo")
donkey
dagu gudn yaħugabi ũθ θku θkuyé nãga, čũ-ũbabi oda né ča; édãhã wižič, mĩmã hũnã é-hnãk o-ħnoɣač
(one of the many sweet baked goods; it has a hole in the middle)
doughnut
o-ĩči hnu wažabi nã ga édn mĩnĩ žé ħaħa sĩčiyaga, ũθ anã pté gaɣabi nã čač
(in a sink, a stop to keep water from draining)
drain plug
θãk θãja
(a dress for women)
dress
ĩyi ħno ħnoɣé oga-h nĩ-h na ũθ yéé ča; ũθ yi ħnoɣé kiyabi éjiyabi koč
(a bit and brace that runs on electricity; also called an instrument to drill a hole with)
drill
daguħ smu ča; ĩ-hnũhãn mãɣažu sta gap θiyé ča
(a liquid drop that could be a rain drop)
drop (also: droplet)
daguħ smu ča; ĩ-hnũhãn mãɣažu sta gapθiyé ča
(a liquid drop that could be a rain drop)
droplet (also: drop)
gamubi
(you make it thunder on a big round instrument of hide)
drum
yihotũbi édn gamubi ĩči o-ptédn miméya hãã ča
(in playing music, drums of different sizes in succession)
drum kit
paɣũda
(a mid-sized bird that lands on water, with its name refering to its beak)
duck
yawa hũgaam ĩju hãbi hũnã, ĩ-θto né-é ħtiyés wasagé gičaɣabi ča
(to lift up and down as you count to strengthen your arms)
dumb bell
ti ĩjadaðé oga daðabi nã ča
(a container in which to sweep dirt)
dust pan