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    Yílanaha (Yee-lahn-ah-hah)
    Counting

    #’s 20-29

    20 – Putska Nani (Poot-skah Nahn-nee)

    21 – Putska Nani Nos (Poot-skah Nahn-nee No-s)

    22 – Putska Nani Nomp (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Nom-p)

    23 – Putska Nani Nan (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Nahn)

    24 – Putska Nani Top (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Toe-p)

    25 – Putska Nani Kise (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Kee-say)

    26 – Putska Nani Agus (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Ah-goose)

    27 – Putska Nani Sagom (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Sah-go-m)

    28 – Putska Nomba Palan (Poot-skah Nahn-nee Pah-lahn)

    29 – Putska Nani Ksank (Poot-skah Nahn-nee K-Sahn-k)

    Making (Ongoing Action)

    I am making – Móma

    S/He is making – O’ma

    You are making – Yóma

    Made (Past)

    I made – Móka

    S/He made – O’ka

    You made – Yóka

    Will Make (Future)

    I will make – Móta

    S/He will make – O’ta

    You will make – Yóta

    Wehe Píma
    Summer Time

    swim – míní ínase (mee-nee ee-nah-say)

    running (human being) – heñden’hese (hayn-dayn-hay-say)

    I am walking – walewa (wah-lay-wah)

    walking stick – gídan’ (gee-dahn)

    ribs – gwayutik’ (gwah-you-teek)

    pork ribs – gwayutik’ masgolo (gwah-yoo-teek mahs-go-loh)

    beef ribs – gwayutik’ mampa (gwah-yoo-teek mahmpah)

    meat – íye (ee-yay)

    corn – mataqe (mah-tah-hay)

    corn bread – maksapa mataqe (mahk-sah-pah mah-tah-hay)

    bread – maksapa (mahk-sah-pah)

    mosquito – waskiteng (Wah-skee-tayng)

    berry – ha, hasí (hah, hah-see)

    cherry – Yosañkrota (Yoh-sahn-crow-tah)

    strawberry – haspahínuk (hah-spah-hee-nook)

    raspberry – hasísiai (hah-see-see- eye’ee)

    flowers – wahíye (wah-hee-yay)

    Handoi (Hahn-doe-ee) – rattlesnake

    Munakha (Moo-nahk-hah) – beaver

    Mandukai (Mahn-doo-k’eye) – turkey

    Mayiñk (Mah-yeenk) – bird

    Prepared by:
    Lawrence A. Dunmore, III, Esquire
    OBSN Tribal Language Program Liaison

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