Phrases


Document Target Text Target English Gloss Text Modern Speech
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Kitch kiˈ wŏk the old people the old people keckīw
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ăs kiˈ pi mătˈ ā si wokˈ the young people the young people
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) räh kā ki' kĭ tĭt a great talker a great talker
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) räh po' ki sit a silent person a silent person
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Ki mo' tä kiu thief thief kemōtaehkow
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mo' ko măn white man white man
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) măh' chităh human being, Indian indian mamāceqtaw
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Pon măh chi-tah Don't move stand still or literally don't move
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mɛs head head
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mɛ' nä nūn hair hair
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Kɛ sho no' mɛ crown of the head crown of the head
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mi' nä gūūn scalp scalp
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mish kɛ' sik face face
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mī käh forehead forehead
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mish kɛ' sik eye eye