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Lesson 10

Dakoteyah Wogdaka!
Talk Dakota!

Lesson 10

Aηpetu Iyohi Wićoie
(everyday words)

Wowapi/wowapiska (paper) Psića (jump)
Ćaηwiyowa/wićaǵo/wićazo (pencil, pen) Iyadi (climb)
Yawa (read, count) Iyakaśka (to tie)
Eya (to say) Yuśka (untie)
Owa (write) Katoto (knock)
Ićaǵo (draw, sketch, trace) Kićuη (put on)
Iteowapi (portrait, picture, to take a picture) Yuśdoka (take off)
Śaya (color) Teća (new)
Wiuηpi/iuηpi (paint, to paint) Taηni (old, used)
Iyuśda (scissors) Ih́peya (discard, throw away)
Yuksa/kaśda/yuśda (cut) Kud (down)
Ia/woh́daka (speak, talk) Kudkiya (downward)
Oyaka (tell) Piya (to fix)
Ih́a/ih́ata (smile, laugh) Piyepićaśni (unfixable)
Dowaη (sing) Titokaη/titokaηipi (visit, to visit)
Odowaη (song) Tokeća (different)
Waći (dance) Iyećeća (same)
Śkata (play) Iću (get it)
Naźiη (stand) Ikikću (get yours)
Inaźiη (stand up, stop) Tawa (his, hers, its)
Yaηka (sit) Tawapi (theirs)
Iyotaηka (sit down) Mitawa (mine)
Iwaηka (lie down, go to bed) Nitawa (yours)
Kikta (wake up) Uηkitawapi (ours)
Iśtiηma (sleep)
Iηyaηka (run)

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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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