Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3110

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, wasisi ke (wah-shee-shee kay) = fatty

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3109

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, wap o (wah-p oh) = swelling

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3108

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, waosila (wah-ohn-shee-lah) = kind (to be)

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3107

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, waksica ognake (wah-kshee-chah oh-gnah-kay) = cupboard

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3106

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, wakiksuya u (wah-kee-ksue-yah uen) = traditions (to remember)

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3105

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, tukasila wo akiye tipi (duen-kah-shee-lah woh ah-kee-yea-dee-pee) = congress

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 3104

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, tohacika (doh-hahn-chee-kah) = long time (for a)