Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
wa mnĩyãja
(oars)
paddles (also: oars)
ũθ a-ũm tũbi
(an instrument with which to paint)
paintbrush
dagu ti ga a-ũm tũ θa ča
(a painter of something such as a house)
painter
a-ũm tũhã, dagu owa ĩhã wĩčakiyabi ga, gaɣabi kté čas ũθ owabi nã kté žé ĩčĩ to kãkã giji ksubi nã ča
(if you are going to create a painting, an item where the different paint colours are placed)
palette
boɣã hã ĩčiyo ptédn oħ noħ noɣa nã ča ũθ yihotũbi ča
(an instrument that you blow to make music with tubes ranging from short to longer)
pan flute (also: pan pipes)
boɣã hã ĩčiyo ptédn oħ noħ noɣa nã ča ũθ yihotũbi ča
(an instrument that you blow to make music with tubes ranging from short to longer)
pan pipes (also: pan flute)
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)
pancakes (also: flapjacks)
nãdu tégi snagé bi ga tamãkočĩbi žéči wodéja ča ožĩja gaħ woskĩgé ča
(in the Asian countries, a bear-like animal that is cute)
panda
ũðé oħ noɣé bi
(apparel that you wrap around the lower part of the body)
pants
ĩðoɣobi
(apparel that you wrap around the lower part of the body)
pants
owabi donãn baɣé yuðé kiyabi ča
(an item with which to clip small numbers of paper)
paper clip
gadaboɣã kiyabi ča; hũga duwa ča édãhã ũθ giħ pabi čédu ča
(a piece of equipment that balloons when you attach it to your body and jump from a high point)
parachute
ħéyam wĩčasta mãkočĩ kada jéé néčagiya wiyaa ča; yiħugabi čas tidn ĩgé nã žé woyudégé ča
(in the tropical Native North American country, a plant that when cracked open, the inside nut is pleasingly edible)
peanut
θkuyagé
(sweet fruit)
pear
θto θto gagé
(fruit that is oblong)
pear
θãθãgédn héča θék woyakiyabi ča to to nã ča
(green plants that are grown that resemble beans)
peas
θĩ ktadn nã ča, paθu, čuhuba žé dohã tãga ča
(a bird that has a big lower beak)
pelican
ũθ owabi
(an instrument that you can write with)
pen
ũθ owabidn péyabis ĩjé nã ča
(an instrument that you can write with, but must be sharpened)
pencil
ũθ owabidn, ũθ péyé gaɣabi nã ča
(an instrument made to sharpen a pencil)
pencil sharpener
čãpa θu éčéyé
(resembles chokecherry pits)
pepper
θuda ĩ-é kiyabi
(metal that is made to speak)
phone (also: telephone)
bažip žibahã yihotũbi ča, čéja yukãkã ča
(a musical instrument with legs, that you can play with your fingers)
piano
woyakiyabi, daguħ tasu ža ga oθta θtayabi hũnã wonãpčé ĩ-hnudé giyabi ča
(a vegetable that is soaked in brine and then eaten with food)
pickle
haða donãgaga čéħ, yaħugabi θaka ga ħnata hnãgabi hũnã θkuya ča cũ-ũ babi ča
(different kinds of fruit placed between flat dough and baked, resulting in a sweet pastry)
pie
ĩ-kto ktodn
(it makes an oinking sound)
pig
θuda sasadn édn mnãgiyabi ča
(a place to save pennies)
piggy bank
ti tãktãga ga édn ĩba čam tũbi θék mo θna θnadn hné bi ča
(in large buildings, what appears to be a structure affixed to support what is above that level)
pillar
ĩba hĩ
(to lean on, or rest your head or body on)
pillow
kada jéé néčiya dãhã haða ča yiħu yudabi ča; čã ptã wa-a žũ kta gi hmã ka, tãga ča
(from the tropics, a fruit that is peeled and eaten, it resembles a large pine cone)
pineapple

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