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http: //www.geocities.com/kahetopke/Kahe_welcome.html" target=_blank>Keektahpe'win~*~Freewoman Scribe
 
Grammer....Correctly, adjectives, prepositions, adverbs, time, descriptives and modifiers go AFTER the noun or verb.
A.The woman goes to town everyday
Anpetu iyohilawinyan kin le otonwahe ta ye.
day ..eachwoman the.. this one town... goes.
The bear ate the soup
Mato he wahanpitebye
bear that soup ate
When asking questions or giving orders you must use a gender announcer with it
Male: ___hwo Female:___ he
How are you?=Toniktuka+gender announcer_____?
Toniktukahwo or Tonikthkahe
Male, order to one person: ___yo Male, order to more than one person: ___po
Female, order to one person:___ye Female order to to more than one person:___pe
Go to bed=Iyunka +gender announcer_____.
Iyunkayou Iyunkapo / Iyunkaye Iyunkape
to add "ed" or "ing" to a word add pe at the end of it
come /coming
Howo / Howope
To make a negative statement add the suffix (sni) to the verb:
The BIA did not help me
omakiye=help

BIA kin le omakiyesni
 
Phrases
 
GREETINGS
I am of the Kaiila. = Kaiila hemaca * (I am of the Kaiila)
Hello and welcome to our home= Hau, hokahe, hel iyotaka (hello and welcome to our home)
I'm glad you came. = Tanyan yahi yelo (I'm glad you came.)
I'm glad to see you again. = Ake iyuskinyan wancinyankelo (I'm glad to see you again)
Welcome back. = Ya eh cuwi (Welcome back)

WHO - WHAT - WHERE
What is your name?= Mabliheca yelo (What is your name?)
Where are you from? = Nituktetanhan hwo? (where are you from?)
Where do you come from? = Tuktetanhan yau hwo? (where do you come from?)
Where do you live? = Tuktel yati hwo? (where do you live?)
Where are you going? = Tokiya la hwo? (Where are you going?)
I want to talk to you= Tanyan yahi yelo.(I want to talk to you.)
I have a problem= Wociciyaka wacin.(I have a problem.)
What is wrong= To ka ho (What's wrong?)
What is that? = He taku hwo? (what is that?)
Let's go visit= Wine da (Let's go visit).
Observe everything as you walk. = Akita mani yo (observe everything as you walk)
Don't do that!=He cu sni ye (Don't do that!(woman speaking)
Don't do that~= He cu sni yo! (Don't do that!(man speaking)
look, no one acts in this manner!=wanyaka, tuwena icunsni (look no one acts in this manner!)

FOOD DRINK SERVICE
May ___ serve you?= Ahkoh okpeh ____neyeh? (may___serve you?)
Get me food/ drink =echoo agisti/ yaht'kon (get me food/ drink)
Hurry= Hei (faster)
Are you hungry?= loyacin ___? (are you hungry?)
I'm hungry= Lo wa cin (I'm hungry.)
I am full.= Imapi yelo. (I am full)
What's in the pot?= Cega kin he taku mahel un ___? (what is in the pot?)
The blackwine smells good.= sahpahkin he wastemna yelo. (the blackwine smells good)

PLEASE - THANKYOU
Please= canl waste (please)
Please= iyokipi, (please)
Thank you very much. = Le lah pe lah mah yah (thankyou very much)
Thankyou= howa, ashoge(thankyou)
You are welcome. = A he ya eh (you are welcome)
Your welcome= Pila maya (you're welcome.)

GOODBYES
Farewell= Ka dish day (Farewell)
I am leaving now= Iyayewana hemaca (I'm leaving now)
Go to sleep=egasinu (you go to sleep.)
I go to sleep= hilunu hemaca(I am going to sleep)
I am happy to have met you. = Tyuskinyan wancinyankelo (I am happy to have met you)
Until we meet/ talk again. = Ego ga han (Until we meet/ talk again)
May the hunt be good. = Wayuha eyahyah nasah wahteh (May the hunt be good)
May this slave go to sleep= oyunke ocin inahan/name (may this slave/name go to bed)
May this slave leave= iyaye ocin inahan/name (may this slave leave)

MEMBER - WARRIOR
I am a warrior. = Akicita hemaca * (I am a warrior)
I am not afraid. = Huka (I am not afraid)
He will die= Hvya huska (He will die.)
Ask for a home= okandada hemaca ocinpe (I am asking for a home)
Will you spar?= kicizapi mitaocin wahehchonnah (I ask you to spar)


OWNERSHIP - SLAVES
Ask for= ocin (ask for)
I have= waya (I have (for)
I own name_slave name_= _slave name__ Mitainahanwaya ( __slave name___I own/slave)
May this slave go to sleep= oyunke ocin inahan/name (may this slave/name go to bed)
May this slave leave= iyaye ocin inahan/name (may this slave leave)
Mine= mita (mine, my)
This slave begs your collar= wahnahpin inahan slave name wahdah (this slave begs your collar)
This slave belongs to you (nitainahan)
Yours= nita (yours)

SICK Who is sick? Tuwa kuja ___? (who is sick?)
Are you sick?= an-etoo toenah (Are you sick?)
I don't feel well= Sicaya ecamu (I don't feel well).
I feel better.= Tanyan amaye.(I feel better)

DIRECTIONS
East= wiyohiyanpata (east)
North= waziyata(north)
South= itokagata (south)
West= wiyohpeyata (west)

BODY
Arm= isto (arm)
Back= cuwi (back)
Body= tancan (body)
Breast= aze(woman's breast)
Buttocks= uze (buttocks)
Cezin= cezin (penis, erect)
Cheek= tapon (cheek )
Chest= maku (chest)
Chin= ekoo (chin)
Ear= nuge (ear)
Eyes=eshdah (eyes)
Face= edah (face)
Foot=si (foot)
Hair= pehin (hair)
Hand left= catka (left hand)
Hand= napa (hand)
Heart= bijii (heart)
Leg=hu (leg)
Navel= cekpa (navel)
Neck= ta hu (neck)
Nose= pasu (nose)
Penis = ce (penis)
Stomach=tezi (stomach)
Thigh= sechon (thigh)
Toes= seepah (toes)
Tongue= cezi (tongue)
Vagina= san (vagina)

COLORS
black= sahpah (black)
blue= to (blue)
brown= gi (brown)
crimson= shatoh (crimson)
green= tozi (green)
orange= zisa (orange)
rainbow= wigmuke (rainbow)
red= sa (red)
white= ska (white)
yellow= zi (yellow)

NUMBERS
One= wanji (wanji)
Two= nunpa (two)
Three= iamni (three)
Four= topa (topa)
Five= zaptan (five)
Six= sakpe (six)
Seven= sakowin (seven)
Eight= saglogan (eight)
Nine= napciunka (nine)
Ten= wikcemna (ten)
First= tokeya (first)
Second= inunpa (second)
Third= iyamni (third)
Fourth= itopa (fourth)
Fifth= izaptan (fifth)
Sixth= isakpe (sixth)
Seventh= isakowin (seventh)
Eighth= isaglogan (eighth)
Ninth= inapciunka (ninth)
Tenth= iwikcemna (tenth)