Phrases


Document Target Text Target English Gloss Text Modern Speech
Hoffman Vocabulary 1896 (written) âkas′siânŏk pieces of deer horn some of which are colored), used in a game similar to the Ojibwa plum-stone game. pieces of deer horn some of which are colored), used in a game similar to the Ojibwa plum-stone game.
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Sko täh fire fire
Charlie Sanapaw (audio) nenah ap pas wehtamoweyah haw-cew-apeceqnaesit wenah ap kaehkoh enoh, konemaw, eh-omas natamanenaemenaw We were told he is a great speaker. He must have helped with stuff here.
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) O täh' to spine spine
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) Mi täh ni ni ūn nɛ mi to' kuūn right elbow right elbow
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ,, ,, one hundred one one hundred one
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ? ?
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ăksi-kūn i-nä-nā-kūn knife-handle knife-handle
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mä sɛ' wūn fire-wood fire-wood
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) răh näh' gŭŭt foot-print foot-print
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ri mā ' chi ūn nĭ mi to' kuūn left elbow left elbow
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) ,, ,, one hundred two one hundred two
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) mɛs head head
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) sugar sugar
Bridgman, A.F. 1874-79 (written) nai po hā' suūn sling sling