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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1730

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,

ogligle wakan (oh-glee-glay wah-kahn) = messenger

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1729

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,

oceti (oh-chay-dee) = furnace

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1728

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,

ocanku (oh-chahn-kue) = road

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1727

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,

obletu (oh-blay-due) = square

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1726

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,

nawanil (nah-wah-neel) = annihilate

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1725

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,

nabhauka (nahb-ghah-uen-kah) = thumb

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1724

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,

mnihuhawanapi (mnee-ghue-hah-wah-nahp-ee) = neckerchief

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1723

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,

miye hca (mee-yea ghchah) = I am the one

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1722

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,

mila haske (mee-lah hahn-skay) = sword

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 1721

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,

wacaga (wah-chahn-ghah) = sweetgrass

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