Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2793

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

tusu (due-shue) = poles (for a tipi)

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2792

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

iyeya (ee-yea-yah) = send

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2791

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

okiciya (oh-kee-chee-yah) = help each other (to)

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2790

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wacitusni (wah-chee-duen-shnee) = sly

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2789

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wa yajopi (wah yah-zjoh-pee) = band (music)

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2788

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

pute (pue-day) = lip

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2787

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

petaile ye (pay-dah-ee-lay yea) = kindle

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2786

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

owo te (oh-woh day) = dining room

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2785

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

omniciye (oh-mnee-chee-yea) = meeting (a)

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2784

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

oko (oh-koh) = space (between)

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