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Mvskoke Word List

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Mvskoke Language Y y

Mvskoke English
[audiotrack title=”yafke” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yafke.mp3″] yafke evening
[audiotrack title=”yekce” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yekce.mp3″] yekce strong
[audiotrack title=”yekceko” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yekceko.mp3″] yekceko easy, not hard
[audiotrack title=”yokkofketv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yokkofketv.mp3″] yokkofketv shirt
[audiotrack title=”yupo” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yupo.mp3″] yupo nose
[audiotrack title=”yupolowake” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yupolowake.mp3″] yupolowake elephant
[audiotrack title=”yupoyvpe” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yupoyvpe.mp3″] yupoyvpe rhino
[audiotrack title=”yvhiketv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvhiketv.mp3″] yvhiketv to sing
[audiotrack title=”yvhikv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvhikv.mp3″] yvhikv singer
[audiotrack title=”yvhv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvhv.mp3″] yvhv wolf
[audiotrack title=”yvkvpetv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvkvpetv.mp3″] yvkvpetv to walk
[audiotrack title=”yvlahv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvlahv.mp3″] yvlahv orange (the fruit)
[audiotrack title=”yvlahv ome” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvlahv_ome.mp3″] yvlahv ome orange (color), like an orange (new word)
[audiotrack title=”yvlonk catuce” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvlonk_catuce.mp3″] yvlonk catuce radish
[audiotrack title=”yvlonkv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvlonkv.mp3″] yvlonkv root
[audiotrack title=”yvmvse” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvmvse.mp3″] yvmvse tame
[audiotrack title=”yvmvsecetv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvmvsecetv.mp3″] yvmvsecetv to tame
[audiotrack title=”yvnvsv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvnvsv.mp3″] yvnvsv buffalo, bison
[audiotrack title=”yvpe” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvpe.mp3″] yvpe horn
[audiotrack title=”yvpefikv” mp3=”http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/wp-content/uploads/Mvskoke Language/yvpefikv.mp3″] yvpefikv sheep

 

**DISCLAIMER
Realizing the different dialects in the Muscogee language, the Muscogee Language Program Committee had to determine the dialect to be used for the language instruction.  The selections for the pronunciation and spelling may or may not be your customary way of pronouncing the word.  The dialect chosen is not to diminish other dialects nor does it mean there is a right or wrong way to pronounce those particular words.  It does mean, however, the program had to elect one way to teach and say the word to enable consistency in teaching the language.  Therefore, it was a committee decision for the pronunciations in the Muscogee Language Program curriculum.

This page is being provided by the Mvskoke Language Program to be of value to those who want to learn to speak Mvskoke.

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