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Lesson 9

Dakoteyah Wogdaka!
Talk Dakota!

Lesson 9

Tiwahe Waećoηpi ka/na Taku Tioh́naka
(household activities and household items)

Ti (live, dwell, house)
Tipi (tent, house, dwelling, abode)
Wakaya (tent)
Oti (to dwell in)
Timahed (inside the house)
Tiakah́pe/Tiće (roof, smokehole)
Oćeti (chimney)
Ćaηiyadipi/ociηiyadi (ladder, stairs)
Tiwaηkaη (upstairs)
Makatipi (cellar, basement)
Tiyopa (door)
Ćaηpoηgokeya tiyopa (screen-door)
Tibosdata (walls)
Tiokah́miη (closet)
Oźaηźaηkdepi (windows)
Oźaηpi (curtains)
Ćaηowiηźa (floor)
Owohetipi (kitchen)
Owote (dining room)
Maza oćeti (stove)
Opiye (place where things are put away and kept)
Ćaǵa opiye (refrigerator)
Wakśićaopiye/waksiηopiye (cupboard)
Wah́nawotapi (table)
Ćaηakanyaηkapí/akanyaηkapi (chair)
Oiyotaηke (living room)
Pustag owaηke/akanyaηkapi haηska (couch, settee, davenport)
Oíśtiηme (bedroom)
Owaηke (bed)
Heyakeopiye (dresser, bureau)
Owiηźa/śina (quilt, blanket, robe)
Ipahiη (pillow)
Owiηźa ska (sheets)
Ćaηowiηźa akah́pe (rug)
Petíźaηźaή/iźaηźaη/iyoyaηpa (lamp, light)
Mniokdasiη (mirror)
Oiheya/oigduźázapi (toilet, bathroom)
Napoźaźa (sink)
Haipaźaźa (soap)
Paikpaźaźa (shampoo)
Haigduźaźa (laundry soap)
Wiyuźaźa (bath tub, washer)
Owoźaźapi (laundry room)
Wipamdaye (iron)
Oη wakaǵeǵepi (sewing machine)
Owaηkićahiηte (broom)
Owaηkaipakiηte (mop)
Heyake (clothes, clothing)
Ćaηhaηpa/haηpa (shoes)
Haηpikćeya (moccasins)
Ćaηhaηpahaηska (boots)
Heyakuη (socks)
Okde (coat)
Mahedokde (shirt)
Oηzoǵe (pants)
Mahedoηzoǵe (underpants)
Saηksaηnića (dress, skirt)
Napiηka (gloves)
Nakpiyutake (scarf)
Napośtaη (hat, cap)
Ipakća (comb)
Wićasto (brush)
Hiikpaźaźa (toothpaste)
Hiipayeze (toothbrush)
Hipáśku (toothpick)
Ośkataye (playroom)
Wiśkate (toys)
Takad (outside)
Takad waećoηpi (outside activities)
Takad wikićaηye (outside tools)
Mah́iyuhiηte/yuhiηta (rake, to rake)
Makinaśpe (shovel)
Ḱa/oḱa (dig)
Maićamna/akata (hoe, to hoe)
Mah́iyumbdu/yumbdu (plow, to plow)
Peźiićaśda (mower)
Peźikaśda (mow)
Maziyape/okataη (hammer, to hammer)
Mazaiyokataη (nails)
Ćaηibaksa/ćaηbaksa (saw, to saw)
Mazaoηspe/oηspe (ax)
Wihiyayena/mazaśkaηśkaη (clock)

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The Native American Community Board (NACB) works to protect the health and human rights of Indigenous Peoples pertinent to our communities through cultural preservation, education, coalition building, community organizing, reproductive justice, environmental justice, and natural resource protection while working toward safe communities for women and children at the local, national, and international level.

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