Phrases


Document Target Text Target English Gloss Text Modern Speech
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Kä tä' ni kūm ĭk smoke-hole smoke-hole
Charlie Sanapaw (audio) kes-weh-naewat enoh I went and saw him
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Chɛ chi päs 'kan kä' sɛn pulse pulse
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ri mā' chi ūn nĭ mi che wä' wūk left arm above elbow left arm above elbow
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) do neish'e no ninety ninety
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mo' ko măn white man white man
Hoffman Vocabulary 1896 (written) âkaq′siwŏk a game played with a wooden bowl and eight pieces of deer horn, resembling the Ojibwa game of plum stones. a game played with a wooden bowl and eight pieces of deer horn, resembling the Ojibwa game of plum stones.
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) (Sko ti' ū) fire-place fire-place
Charlie Sanapaw (audio) enoh kaeqten aeh Really
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) O shä pä vertebræ vertebræ
Gachet 1862 Ch5 Numbers pp. 412-422 (written) mashenaikonon eshisnanikin corr eshishnaniwene
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mi to' gūūn elbow elbow
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ,, ɨe one hundred one hundred
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) eggs eggs
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) māh nūn ăh' si kūn knife of stone knife of stone