Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
ũθ dagu gudn akiyé yabi čiyaga wožuha ča
(a bag in which to dispose garbage)
garbage bag
édn dagu gudn akiyé yabi koko ga ča
(a can that serves a receptacle for garbage)
garbage can
woyakiyabi, sija mnã mnãn gi hmãã ča
(a garden-grown plant resembling an onion)
garlic
wanãɣi
(a ghost)
ghost
dagu gudn gičičubi waθteya apaħ tabi ča
(something that is given, wrapped in a pleasing way)
gift (also: present)
mĩnĩ akuwaθam kadéjé žé ča giya wodéja ča suwatãga wĩča gi-hmãã ka, tahu žé dohã gapéya ča
(across the big sea in the hot country, an animal that resembles a horse but with a long neck)
giraffe
ĩstasta yabi
(to be used as eyes)
glasses
mãkočĩné dokédn mĩmã hé né éčédn oča mĩméya hni ča gaɣabi ča
(an instrument representing the roundness of the earth)
globe
nãbip ta
(hand coverings)
gloves
nãbé ĩpta
(original meaning: covering the hands including the fingertips)
gloves
ũθ ĩ-ũbi hũnã dagu gudn baɣé aθkam yabi ča
(a substance that you smear to stick items together)
glue
ĩstané a-ũgi hnak otũbi ča
(an instrument worn to protect the eyes)
goggles
θudaa, θmu nã ča ĩpta žé či ga tãgaa yégiyé ča; ũθ tababadn juθĩ nã θé čéyé ča gapθidn apa skadabi ča
(a piece of metal that is thin, that has one big end at the tip, with which a game is played to hit a small ball)
golf club
tababadn ča juθĩn nã ča gapθiyé čũn skadabi édn ĩnagabi ča
(a small ball that is used in a game where you hit it in succession)
golf ball
θuda oðéðéya hnébi hũnã, apabi čas dohã hotãga ca
(a hanging piece of metal that, when hit, has a loud sound)
gong
bažip žibahã yihotũbi ča, čéja yukãkã hũnã yagaħ pé ĩs yuspa hnébi ča
(a musical instrument that you press with your fingers, which has legs and an open cover)
grand piano
ðiðigé kidan tãga nã hũnã tuta nã ča
(an orange that is slightly bigger and bitter)
grapefruit
wĩčãðã gédn
(gooseberry-like fruit)
grapes
wapiyabi édn pa žé daam ĩpabidn, moθnadn hnébi ča
(at at grave on the head end, a marker stone that stands upright)
gravestone (also: tombstone)
ħo ktaa ča
(like the colour of ashes)
gray (also: grey)
woya éčéyé ča
(appears as the colour of grass)
green
to ði ča
(commonly referred to, appears as the colour of grass)
green
tabi éjiyabi žé; wĩčasta té čas yowĩča hič éyabi ča
(a character that is said to come for a dead person) (Note: This is not a belief of the Ĩyãħé Nakoda.)
grim reaper
ĩskahudn akuya ga ča, ga pta yéya yihotũbi ča
(an instrument with strings that are strummed to create music)
guitar