vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
ti tã-ktãga baɣé hã hũnã, wižiħ otibi hũnã, mãkodo θkaa o-ksã dãhã tã-ktãga yimotabi hũnã woyakiyabi, wĩčĩyãyãn, péži ĩko oda kta wiyaakiyabi ča
(a place where there are many buildings, one which is a house; large tracts of land around it are tilled, seeded and harvested in large amounts)
farm
wowabi ča tidn ba ħnã ta yéyabi čas, θuda ĩ-é kiyabi ũθ dokiyaħ dokããm ikiyabi čédu ča
(when you feed written material into a machine, you can send it anywhere through a phone)
fax machine
wiyaga
(quill)
feather
čãħéyabi ča
(a constructed barrier)
fence
mĩnã gapépéya gapoħ poɣé nã ča, ũθ čagičipé gũða kta skã wĩčo skadé ča
(long lightweight knives that are used in a sport to pretend to stab each other)
fencing
agé ðaptã
(ten plus five)
fifteen
wĩkčé mnã ðaptã
(ten times five)
fifty
owabi mãkiyé giyabi čiya ga édn pigiyabi nã ča
(a place to store written material that serves as a reminder)
file folder
né owabi édn pigiyabi nã né, édn oda ksu bi čiyaga; yéyabi téħisĩčiya ga; θuda ũθ očiyustã gaɣabi ča
(a metal container that is stacked and can hold many file folders so you can find information without difficulty)
filing cabinet
daguħ yabutaga héčas, nãp θihu ĩ-pta nãpũgé ko owabi ča θék onĩhã žédn ĩ-ħpéyagiya ktač
(if you touch something, you will leave behind a print of your fingers or thumb)
fingerprint
ĩ-ktũ
(a fire that is made)
fire
ũθ ĩ-ktũ ga θnĩbi ča
(with which to put out the fire)
fire extinguisher
édn ĩ-ktũ ga θnĩ boħ boɣã gédn nã žé ĩnã žĩ kiya hũnã mĩnĩ ožugiyé giji hnébi ča
(a place where the fire truck can get its water from)
fire hydrant
ĩ-ktũ, onã, ti ĩné ko ga θnĩ pi-ĩčiyé ča
(a person whose job is to put out fires)
firefighter
ħoɣã
(fish)
fish
ħoɣã kuwabi
(fishing)
fishing
ħoɣã kuwabi ĩhu čã
(a stick or a rod attached to a line to catch fish)
fishing rod
nãbé sũp sĩyã hnuðé ča
(to clench a hand into a ball)
fist
yawabi ðaptã
(the number five)
five
yu-ĩnébidn
(an instrument that you carry that produces light)
flashlight
yaħugabi daguħ θkuyé ča opéyabi hũnã ga kta kta babi hũnã θuda ĩ-ktũ édn apa dãhã čũ-ũ babi ča
(flour with sweet ingredients made into flat dough pieces and cooked on top of a stove)
flapjacks (also: pancakes)
θiha néči onaħ pabi hũnã ũθ yiθobi nĩnãnã ga yabi čiya ga
(to put on your feet so you can swim faster)
flippers
woyayadn
(a small flower)
flower
boɣãhã ũθ yihotũbi nã ča
(a musical instrument that you play by blowing)
flute
θiha
(foot)
foot
tababadn nã ča θto ča, hyu gičičiya sna otãgaa ča édn; énã giyé čũ nã, gičũbi ča
(an oblong ball that is played on a large field, usually by throwing or passing)
football
wĩčasta wiyé ča
(prints made by a human)
footprints
čãpé ji padn
(an instrument that is pronged at one end)
fork
čãpé di pa
(in a ceremonial context, an instrument that is pronged at one end)
fork
wĩkčé mnã ktũθa
(the number forty)
forty

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