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Lesson 6

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Lesson 6

Watokśupi, Woećpi ka/Na Wowaśi
(transportation, businesses and occupations)

Watokśupi (transportation)
Woećoηpi (businesses)
Wowaśi/wowaśi ećoη (employment, occupations, to work)
Ćaηpakmiyaη/iyećiηka/napopopana (car, vehicle)
Wićaśatokśu (bus)
H́emani (train)
H́emani ćaηku (railroad tracks)
Takuśniśni tokśu (truck)
Wata (boat)
Watakiηyaη (airplane)
Wićatokśu kaǵapa (bus driver, chauffeur, taxi driver, driver)
Oinaźiη tipi (depot)
Watakiηyaη oinaźiη (airport)
H́emani oinaźiη (train depot)
Wicaśaitokśu oinaźiη (bus depot)
Woećoηtipi (business office)
Wowapi oźuźu tipi (post office)
Wowapi tipi (library)
Wotaηiη wowapi (newspaper)
Wotaηiη wowapi tipi (newspaper office)
Mazaska tipi (bank)
Mazaska tipi awaηyake (banker)
Owotetipi (restaurant)
Mazopiye taηka (supermarket, mall)
Woyute mazopiye (grocery store)
Tado tipi (locker, meat market)
Tado wapata (butcher)
Aǵuyapitipi (bakery)
Mazopi awaηyaka (store clerk)
Wokaǵetipi (factory)
Heyakewopetoη mazopiye (clothing store)
Ćaηhaηpakaǵe mazopiye (shoe store)
Wakaǵeǵe wićaśa (tailor)
Wakaǵeǵe wiηyaη (seamstress)
Ćaηhaηpakaǵe (shoemaker)
Owaηka tipi (hotel, motel)
Oyatketipi (bar, lounge)
Ośkatetipi (sports center)
Oh́naih́duzićapi (gymnasium)
Owaćitipi (dance hall)
Wayekiyatipi (casino)
Tipi Wakaη (church)
Wićaśawakaη (minister, priest, clergy)
Wiηyaηwakaη/Śinasapawiηyaη (nun, sister)
Owićakaśke tipi (jail, prison)
Waoyuspa (police officer)
Ide kasni tipi (fire department)
Peta kuwa wićaśa (fireman)
Wakaηh́di (electricity)
Wakaηh́di tipi (electric company)
Omazape (telephone)
Omazapetipi (telephone company)
Tićaǵapi (building construction)
Tićaǵewićaśa/ćaηkaźipe (building constructor, carpenter)
Waaiawićaśa (lawyer)
Wakiya tipi (lawyer office)
Wayaćo/wayasu tipi (courthouse)
Wayaćo (judge)
Okaśda tipi (barbershop)
Pahiη kaśda wićaśa (barber)
Pahiη piya tipi (beauty salon)
Pahiη wapiya (beautician)
Iteiwićaćutipi (photographer’s studio)
Iteiwićaćusa (photographer)
Owoźaźatipi (laundromat)
Iyećiηka piya tipi (garage)
Iyećiηka piya wićaśa (mechanic)
Woźuwićaśa (farmer)
Owayazaηkatipi/owayazaηtipi (hospital)
Peźuta wićaśa (doctor)
Wayazaηka awaηyaka (nurse)
Peźuta mazopiye (pharmacy/drugstore)
Peźutawiyopeya (pharmacist, druggist)
Hipiya tipi (dentist office)
Hiapiya wićaśa (dentist)
Wićaṫaokuwe tipi (mortuary, funeral home)
Wićaṫaokuwe wićaśa (mortician, funeral director)
Wayawatipi/owayatipi (schoohouse)
Waoηspewakaηtu tipi (college, university)
Waoηspekiye (teacher, instructor)
Wapazopitipi (movie theater)
Otoηwe (town)
Otoηwetaηka (city)


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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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