Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
mãkoči édn ĩkũbi né ako ĩ-hnu ptã mãkočĩ ča édn wodéja ča gapéyaħ, ogaða nũm ũθ nã ĩčipθidn hni ča
(on the other side of where we live on earth, on land where there is a tall animal that hops about on two legs)
kangaroo
nãdu tégi snagébi ga dãhã θtéjaga, ũθ ĩčihãbi čiyaga otokã gičiðabi ča
(a strange form of combat used in self-defense, probably originating from those who wear their hair as a hat [Asian])
karate
boɣã yonãskãkiya yihotũbi nã ča
(an instrument that vibrates and makes music when blown)
kazoo
mnĩ ožuha ĩči optéja žé ča wiži
(one of the many sizes of barrels)
keg
wa ħpé abéħ yabi čéɣadn
(pot for boiling tea)
kettle
gamubi ĩčitokã né wiži oméhédn gataθpan yégiyé ča
(a drum that has a concave center)
kettle drum
ĩyuspé
(with which to open a lock)
key
bažip žibahã yihotũbi ča; du kté du gas égi hné bi ča
(a portable musical instrument that you play with your fingers)
keyboard
ħéyam wĩčasta mãkočĩ édn ĩkũbi nédn, ĩdokam wĩčastabi tahũgabi ča; hũga tãga ča
(outside of our lands, a ruler of a people)
king
ĩskahudn gapéya ĩjaskabi hũnã, ganuða édn giyã kiya bi ča
(an instrument that is flown in the wind, that is held with a long cord)
kite
dagu ħpa ħpadn obaɣé tũbi hũnã gičĩbi ča
(a bag that you pack on your back)
knapsack (also: backpack)
mĩnã
(blade with a handle)
knife