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Lesson 4

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Lesson 4

Woyute
(foods)

Tado (meat) Aǵuyapi (bread)
Tado kapaηpi (ground meat) Aǵuyapisaka (crackers)
Kukuśa tado (pork) Aǵuyapiskuya (cakes, rolls)
Papa (dried meat/jerky) Aǵuyapiskuyena (cookies)
Waśiη (bacon, fat) Aǵuyapiwih́dieηśpaηyaηpi (donuts)
Taśupa (bologna, hot dogs,
lunch meat, etc.)
Aǵuyapizibzipena/aǵuyapiokaśtaηśpaηyaηpi
(pancakes)
Waśiη oǵuǵu/woǵu (cracklings) Opemnikaǵapi (pie)
Tah́ćaska tado (mutton) Ćokiηkaǵapi (skillet bread)
Tah́ća tado (venison) Wih́diuηkaǵapi (fry bread)
Pteźićenaη tado (veal)
Kokoyah́aηna tado (chicken)
Zizića tado (turkey)
Maǵa tado (goose)
Maǵaksića tado (duck)
Ćutuhu (ribs)
Taniǵa (tripe)
Ćeźi (tongue)
Tapi (liver)
Aźuηtka (kidneys)
Hoǵaη (fish)
Woyute waićaǵa/
takuśniśni wozupi

(vegetables)
Waskuyeća
(fruits)
Wah́peyutapi (lettuce) Ćaηpa (cherries)
Wah́petaηka (cabbage) Kuηta (plums)
Pśiη (onion) Taspaη (apple)
Psiη (rice) Taspaηh́dah́da (pears)
Oźiηźiηtka (tomato) Taspaηhiηśma (peaches)
Bdo (potato) Taspaηzi (oranges)
Tipsina (turnip) Sakayutapi (watermelon)
Paηġizizi (carrot) Sakayutapizi (cantelope)
Paηġiśaśa (radish, beet)
Omnića (beans)
Omnića h́mih́miyan (peas)
Wakmu (squash, pumpkin)
Cucuna (cucumber)
Yamnumnuǵapi (peppers)
Wakmaheza (corn)
Pśiη ikćeka (garlic)
Woyatke (beverages) Asaηpiih́di kaǵapi (dairy)
Mni (water) Asaηpi (milk)
Haηpi (juice) Asaηpipasutapi (cheese)
Wah́pe (tea) Asaηpiih́di (butter)
Wakadyapi/peźuta sapa (coffee) Asaηpizi (cream)
Kapopapi (soda pop) Asaηpisuksuta (cottage cheese, curds)
Mniśa (wine) Asaηpi aćah́yapi/ćaǵa sni (ice cream)
Mniwakaη (whiskey, rum, etc.) Witka (eggs)
Mnipeǵa (beer)
Other
Wahaηpi (soup, stews)
Woźapi (pudding, gravy, mush)
Aǵuyapibdu (flour)
Winapoh́ye (yeast, baking powder)
Aǵuyapiinapoh́ye suta (baking soda)
Ćaηhaηpi (sugar)
Mniskuya (salt)
Yamnumnuǵa (pepper)
Ćaηhaśa (cinnamon)
Ćaηhaηpśapśa (candy)
Wakmaheza takapi (popcorn)


Woyute Piyapi ka/Na Wikićaηye
(food preparation and utensils)

Owohetipi (kitchen) Ohaη/śpaηyaη/dotih́aη/wohe (cook)
Maza oćeti (stove) Ohaηpi/ipih́yapi (boil)
Owaśpaηye (oven) Ćeǵuǵuya (fry)
Wah́nawotapi (table) Śpaηyaη (bake)
Ćaήakanyaηkapi/akanyaηkapi (chair) Ćeoηpa (roast/broil)
Ćeǵa (pots) Pusyapi (dry)
Ceh́ska (pans) Baksa/bahoη (cut)
Wakśića (dishes) Baśku (peel)
Wakśića/wakśićambdaska (plates) Babdabda (slice)
Wakśića śkokpa/wakśiśkokpa (bowls) Ićahi/kaćoćo (mix)
Wiyatke (cup) Yućaη (sift)
Wićape (fork) Yuskepa/puskepa (drain)
Kiηśka (spoon) Okaśtaη (pour)
Iyokapte (ladle) Patiηza (knead)
Wićaptaηyaη/uηićaptaηyaη (spatula)
Wayućaη (sifter)
Iyokapte uη iyutapi (measuring cup)

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