Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
wa mnĩyãja
(paddles)
oars (also: paddles)
boɣãbi hã yihotũbi ča
(a musical instrument that is played by blowing on it)
oboe
mĩnĩ tãktãga néči mĩnĩ wodéja ča ĩθto sa ħnoɣã ga čédn akuyagé ča
(in the oceans, a deep-sea animal that has about eight arms)
octopus
yawabi wiži
(the number one)
one
obo ũɣé wiži
(the count of one hundred)
one hundred
yawabi tãga žé; go-kta obo ũɣé wiži, go-kta obo ũɣé-é nã gaħ
(the count of one thousand times one thousand)
one million
go-kta obo ũɣé wiži
(the count of one hundred times ten)
one thousand
ðiðigé
(fruit that is orange in colour)
orange
mãkočĩ édn ĩkũbi né, ako ĩ-hnũ ptã téhãn, mãkočĩ ča édn θĩ kta nã ča dohã tãga ča; dokĩ gĩyã sĩ ka dohã hnu ðã hã ca
(in a land on the other side of which we live, there exists a giant bird that cannot fly but is very fast on its feet)
ostrich
oga hnĩ hna ũθ yé ča, édn obo ħni gijitũbi nã ča
(an outlet built for electrical appliance to be plugged into)
outlet
owaspãyã nãbi pta ča
(a cooking mitt)
oven mitt
é-kta hũgapa dãhã owabi ča a-o žãžã yabi čas, daguħ otãgaa ča édn tã-ĩ čédu ča
(an appliance where, if you shine a light on top, you can project the magnified image on to a surface)
overhead projector
hĩhã
(owl)
owl