Vocabulary

Ĩyãħé Nakoda & Translation Image/English
yuspé piyés wanĩhãs édn owapigiyé gaɣabi ča
(a container in which to store things that is solid and cannot be opened)
safe
ĩ-pti édn gaségiya bidn
(a pin that attaches, usually to the chest area)
safety pin
wada ča ganuða tapa yu mnã ĩgabi ča
(a boat that is steered, and made to move with the wind)
sailboat
ũθ tasuža a-hna na bi nã ča
(salty substance that is put on food)
salt
yaħugabi spã maθnéyabi ča nũm ĩ o-ħnatiya, tano gédn ĩgé ča wa-éya gĩtũbi čiyaga ĩči čaɣabi nã ča
(bread that is sliced, with processed meat in between two pieces, and is prepared for a lunch)
sandwich
Wakã čĩhĩk ču tũbi ãba kĩyan yéčas a-i yadooθ dagu wĩčaku θadn éjiyabi ča
(near the time of the birth of God's Son, a man comes who is called "One who goes about giving gifts")
Santa Claus
ĩ-pta ħmoɣé ptédn mna θkaa ča
(an instrument that is short and flat, with which to cut wood)
saw
yiħũ dabi ča
(cutting the wood)
sawing
yažobi gaħ bažip žim boɣã hã yihotũbi ča
(a wind instrument that is played by poking and blowing)
saxophone
ũθ a-kté ĩčitũbi ča
(an instrument that is used to measure your weight)
scale
dagu ogi skã bidn, wa ũθ pé wĩčakiyé tibi é-kta watoksu ča
(with which to carry children to the school)
school bus
ĩja sna
(with which to cut material)
scissors
θiha θãnĩ ahã hãbi hũnã, oyuðé ča yuha ũbi hũnã, nã dã yé ĩčiya yabi nã ča
(while standing on it with one foot, holding a handle, and using the other foot to propel yourself)
scooter
édn ũθ owa ĩhã kiyabi ga baðo gaɣabi ča
(on which to show images)
screen
oga ptuɣé gaħ oga ho mnĩ hã nĩnã yuðé kiyabi ča
(like a nail, but it is turned repeatedly until it is tight)
screw
oga ptuɣé gaħ oga ho mnĩ bidn ũθ oga ho mnĩ bi ča
(an instrument to screw in nail-like pegs)
screwdriver
mĩnĩ tãga néči ĩtébi jadn tãga ča
(in the ocean, a big otter-like animal)
seal
yawabi sagowĩ
(the number seven)
seven
wĩkčé mnã sagowĩ
(the number seventy)
seventy
wagaɣéɣé kiyabidn
(with which to do sewing)
sewing machine
mĩnĩ tãga néči ħoɣã ča hĩ θké oda ča, oginĩ hã nãgé ča
(in the ocean, a fish that has many teeth and is dangerous)
shark
ħoɣã sũga
(a dog fish)
shark
kiska skadn
(domestic animal, like a toy wild sheep)
sheep
čahãba
(wooden moccasin)
shoe
ũpsi nãspé gaħ ũθ wabadiyabi nã ča
(resembling a dirt-digging instrument that you use to clear snow)
shovel
badiyé ũ ča
(the act of clearing snow)
shovelling
o-ĩči hnu waža bidn
(in which to wash your hands and face)
sink
yawabi sakpé
(the number six)
six
wĩkčé mnã sakpé
(the number sixty)
sixty
θuda gaðo gičũbi édn čãhãba ča
(a boot which is used to play on ice)
skate - ice

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