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Iktomi & the Handkerchief AND Iktomi & the Pointing Game, Iktomi & the Prairie Chickens, Cooking the Prairie Chickens, Getting Revenge AND the Lizard Children, WoLakota Project Professional Development for Educators, Essential Understandings & Culturally Responsive Practices Online Course, 2018 Todd County Middle School OSEU Lessons, SD Social Studies Standards & OSEU Course, Tasunke Witko (Crazy Horse): A Documentary Film, Tokata: Moving Forward in Indian Education, Teaching From Within: A Film on Intrinsic Motivation in the Classroom, Black Hills Courage to Teach Seasonal Retreat Series, Center for Research of Education, Diversity & Excellence, Empowering Teachers to Empower Students Curriculum Compilation. Finally, you might like to check out the growing collection of curated slang words for different topics over at Slangpedia. Mix them together and they make ahuacamolli. pipe dig, pipe stone. Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Lakota Sioux Words Welcome to our Lakota vocabulary page! It's a nickname that reduces … Wah nee key yea txa um pay due = This means Jesus’ birthday or Christmas. The word chocolate comes from Nahuatl, a language spoken by the Aztecs (many Indigenous people in Mexico speak dialects of Nahuatl today). Your language i am sincerely interested in and will endeavour to learn it. Scraping desserts off sticky baking trays gets old fast. Consisting of 16 pieces, this set comes with an array of high-definition holiday designs, including Christmas trees, reindeer, snowflakes, and more. See these phrases Taŋyáŋ yaúŋ he? WITAPAHA OYATI/Osage tribe/wee-dah-pah-hah oh-yah-dee: WITASNAO/Single(woman)/wee-dahn-shnah-ohn, WITKOTKOYA / Foolishly/ wee – dkoh – dkoh – yah, WIWAHOYA / Forwarn/ wee – wah – hoh – yah, WIWAYAKA / Captive(Female)/ wee – wah – yah – kah, WIWAYAKWACIPI / Dance(Sun)/ wee – wahn – yahnk – wah – chee – pee, WIWAYAKWACIPI / Sundance/ wee – wahn – yahnk – wah – chee – pee, WIWAZICA / Widow/ wee – wah – zjee – chah, WIYA WA KICI U/Wife(to have a)/wee-yah wahn kee-chee uen, WIYA WAKA/Maiden(buffalo)/wee-yahn wah-kahn, WIYACIPI / Parable/ wee – yah – chee – pee, WIYAPE/Court a woman(by music)/wee-yah-pay, WIYATAGLE / Abundance/ wee – yah – dah – glay, WIYATAPIKAWACIPI/Dance(young woman’s)/wee-yah-dah-pee-kah-wah-chee-pee, WIYAWAPI / Calendar/ wee – yah – wah – pee, WIYOHIYA PATA/East/wee-yoh-ee-yahn pah-dah, WIYUKCA SNI/Thoughtless/wee-yue-kchahn shnee, WIYUKCA / Considerate/ wee – yue – kchahn, WIYUSKI IYOKIPI/Glad/wee-yue-shkee ee-yoh-kee-pee, WIYUTA/Talk using sign language/wee-yue-dah, WO ABLEZA YUHA/Notice of(to take)/woh ah-blay-zah yue-hah, WO AWAYAKE/Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)/woh ahn-wahn-yahn-kay, WO IWAYAKE/Proposition(a fair)/woh ee-wahn-yahn-kay, WO IYAKSAPE/Teachings/woh ee-yah-ksah-pay, WO IYOKIHI / Authority / woh – ee – yoh – kee – hee, WO IYOKIHI/Responsibility/woh ee-yoh-kee-hee, WO USPE WAKATUYA/Education(a good)/woh uen-spay wahn-kah-duh-yah, WOABLEZE/Fact(an accepted)/woh-ah-blay-zay, WOACAKSI / Passover/ woh – ah – chahnk – shee, WOAWAYAKE / Caretaker/ woh – ahn – wahn – yahn – kay, WOBLEBLECA / Batter/ woh – blay – blay – chah, WOCANTE WASTE/Happiness/woh-chahn-day wah-shday, WOCAZEYAL YA/Praise someone by name/woh-chah-zjay-yahl yah, WOCEKIYE / Prayer/ woh – chay – kee – yea, WOGLIGLEYE / Design/ woh – glee – glay – yea, WOICIGLE / Asset(S)/ woh – ee – chee – glay, WOIYOWIKIYE / Permission/ woh – ee – yoh – wee – kee – yea, WOIYOWIKIYE / Permit/ woh – ee – yoh – wee – kee – yea, WOKICONZE / Kingdom/ woh – kee – chohn – zay, WOKIKSUYE / Remembrance/ woh – kee – ksue – yea, WOLAKOLKICIYAPI / Cordial/ woh – lah – kohl – kee – chee – yah – pee, WONIYA WAKA/Holy Spirit/woh-nee-yah wah-kahn, WOOSKISKE / Complex/ woh – oh – shkee – shkay, WOPETOPI / Commerce/ woh – pay – dohn – pee, WOSAKAYAKEL / Desolate/ woh – sahn – kah – yah – kayl, WOSILIYAGLE / Cursed(be)/ woh – shee – lee – yah – glay, WOSISIKIYE / Curious/ wohsh – eesh – ee – kee – yea, WOSKEHA / Cane(raising)/ woh – shkay – hahn, WOTAKUYE / Relation/ woh – dah – kue – yea, WOTANI WASTE / Gospel / woh – dah – nee – wah – shday, WOTANIN WOWAPI/Newspaper/woh-dah-nee woh-wah-pee, WOWACIGNUNI / Delirium/ woh – wah – chee – gnue – nee, WOWAKINICE / Quarrel(a)/ woh – wah – kee – nee – chay, WOWAKOKUKIYE / Morals/ woh – wah – hoh – kuen – kee – yea, WOWAPI GLUHPAPI/Retreat(flag ceremony)/woh-wah-pee glue-ghpah-pee, WOWAPI OYUJUJU/Post office/woh-wah-pee oh-yuh-zjue-zjue, WOWAPI WAKA/Holy Bible/woh-wah-pee wah-kahn, WOWAPIKAGA / Clerk/ woh – wah – pee – kah – gah, WOWAPIKAGA / Scribe/ woh – wah – pee – kah – gah, WOWAPIKAGE / Secretary/ woh – wah – pee – kah – ghay, WOWASI O ECON/Occupation/woh-wah-shee oh ay-chohn, WOWAYUPIKE / Clever/ woh – wah – yue – pee – kay, WOWICAKE SNI/Falsehood/woh-wee-chah-kay shnee, WOWICAKE SNI/Lie(deceive)/woh-wee-chah-kay shnee, WOWITKO OJULA/Wickedness/woh-wee-dkoh oh-zjue-lah, WOYAECECA / Persuasive/ woh – yah – ay – chay – chah, WOYAKAPI / Declaration/ woh – yah – kah – pee, WOYAPTAPI / Refuse(trash)/ woh – yahp – dah – pee, WOYATAGE / Acrimony/ woh – yah – dah – gay, WOYAWA TANKA/Million/woh-yah-wah dahn-kahn, WOYU ONIHAYA/Honor(an)/woh-yue oh-nee-hahn-yahn, WOYUSIYE/Astonish ment)/woh – yuh – see – yea, YAGLAKIYA / Contradict/ yah – glah – kee – yah, YAICESNI / Appetite(No)/ yah – ee – chay – shnee, YAIGNUNI / Bewilderment/ yah – ee – gnue – nee, YAMNUMNUGA PI/Pepper/yah-mnue-mnue-ghah pee, YASILPICASNI / Blameless/ yah – sheel – pee – chah – shnee, YATA KUNI SNI/Belittle/yah-dah kue-nee shnee, YAWAKAL EYAYA/Encourage self by sing (chanting)/yah-wahn-kahl ay-yah-yah, YEICI YE / Bucking / yea – ee – chee – yea, YU AKAGAL OKATO PI/Crucify/yuh ah-kah ghahl oh-kah-dohn pee, YUCIK A S ELE/Shrink(to)/yue-cheek ah s ay-lay, YUHEKICAH AU/Decoy/yue-ghay-kee-chahgh ah-ue, YUIYESKA / Interpret/ yue – ee – yea – shkah, YUIYESKA / Treasure/ yue – ee – yea – skah, YUKIUKA / Separate/ yue – kee – nue – kahn, YUKIYUTEYA / Crisp/ yuh – kee – yue – Day – yah, YUONIHAN / Respect/ yue – oh – nee – hahn, YUONIHAYA / Respectfully/ yue – hoh – nee – hahn – yahn, YUOWISNI / Accumulation/ yue – oh – wee – shnee, YUPIYAKA SAPA/Strap/yue-pee-yah-kah sah-pah, YUPIYAKEL / Mild(peaceful)/ yue – pee – yah – kayl, YUPIYAKEL / Nicely/ yue – pee – yah – kayl, YUS IYAKE/Grab hold of(to)/yues ee-yahn-kay, YUSKA AYUSTA/Free(to)/yue-shkah ah-yue-sdahn, YUSKA AYUSTA/Release(to)/yue-shkah ah-yue-sdahn, YUSLUL ICUPI/Cabinet/yuh-sluel ee-chuh-pee, YUSLUL ICUPI/Drawer/yue-sluel ee-chue-pee, YUSPU SPUPI / Change(Money) / yuesh – pue – shpue – pee, YUSTOSTO / Stroke(pet)/ yue – shdoh – shdoh, YUTAGNISNI / WASTE/ yue – dah – gnee – shnee, YUTAKUNISNI / Undo/ yue – dah – kue – nee – shnee, YUTAPI WAKA/Holy communion/yue-dah-pee wah-kahn, YUWAKAPE / Blessed/ yue – wah – kahn – pay, YUWINYEYA / Prepare/ yue – wee – yea – yah, ZITKALA CAHPALA/Mud hen/zee-tkah-lah chahn-ghpahn-lah, ZITKALA OGNAKE/Birdcage/zeen-dkah-lah oh-gnah-kay, ZITKALA SITUPI HASKA/Peacock/zee-dkah-lah see-due-pee hah-skah, ZITKATOGLEGLEGA / Jay/ zee – dkah – doh – glay – glay – gah, ZITKAZILA CIKALA/Flycatcher/zee-dkah-zee-lah chee-kah-lah, ZOTAHEYA / Consistent/ zohn – dah – hay – yah, ZUYAYAPI / Warpath/ zue – yah – yah – pee.