A Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language, Explained in English; This Language Is Spoken by the Chippewa Indians, as Also by the Otawas, Potawatamis and

A Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language, Explained in English; This Language Is Spoken by the Chippewa Indians, as Also by the Otawas, Potawatamis and

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...and plates, a potter, wabiganonaganikewinini. arth-house, (under ground, ) akiwigamiq. irtnquake; ther is an earthquake, niningakamigishha ahi, niningish kamagad aki. ir-wax, mowidjitawagan. isily, wenipaj, wenipanaj. ist, wdban, ivendji-mokdang. In the east, from or to the east, waba nong." (. '1 ist-cloud, wdbdnakwad. ister, Pah. Easter-Sunday, Pak Effect; it makes a good effect, (medicine, etc.) minotkkagemagad. It makes a good effect in me, nin min/tkagon; it makes a bad effect, nin manikagon. Effect; I effect it, nin gashkiton. I cannot effect it, nin bwanamtrm. I eff. little, nimd inwdt. It eff. little, intvasomagad. I eff. nothing with my working, ) nind anawetris. nind ashkonawis. It effects nothing, anawewisimagad. Effort; I make efforts, nin mashkawis, nin vrikwatchito. Egg, wanan. Small egg, wawancms. Bad spoiled egg, wananosh. Hen's egg, yakaakwawawan. Eight, nishwassici. We are eight of us, nin nithwatchimin-There are eight in. ob.nishwaichiiumt. Eight, nishwassn..., in compositions; which see in the First Part. Eight every time, eight each or to each, neni&hieamci. Eighth, eko-niehwatching. The eighth time, nishwatching. Eighthly, eko-nishwatchinf. Eight hundred every tune, eight hundred each or to each, nenishwasswah., -, ., Eight thousand, nuhwatching midaswale. Eight times, nishwatching.. Eight times evry time, eight times each or to each, newishwatching. Eighty, nishwassimidana. We are eighty, nin nishwauimidanawe miii. There aie eighty in. obj., nishwassimidanawcwan. Eighty every time, eighty each or to each, ncnishwastimidana. Eighty hundred, nishwassimidanak. We are eighty, hundred, of us, nin nishwassimidanakosimin. There are eighty hundred in. obj., nish wassimidanakwadon, ., Eking piece, aniketchigan....show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236526457
  • 9781236526458