#4 Tuhu'osti-Autumn

Show #4


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Lavayi – Vocabulary

Hopiikwa

Pahankwa

Hööqö

Harvest a crop of corn

Iyoho’ti

For the weather to get cold

Natwani

cultivated foods

Uuyi

Corn plant

Qötö momokpi

Cloth used to wrap head, scarf

Qaa’ö

Corn, dry husked ear of corn

Namiqlölönapna

Sweater

Patnga

Squash, pumpkin

Wukonapna

Jacket, coat

Kutuki

Parched corn made from dried corn kernels

Koho

Log of wood, stick of wood

Saavu

Chopped fire wood

Owako

Coal

Sööngö

Corncob

Kohotövu

Wooden match

Himutski

Some kind of tree or bush

Qööhi

Fire for cooking, warmth, lighting

Huuhukya

For the wind to be blowing

Laaki

Become dry

Silaqvu

Cornhusk

Naapi

Leaf

Komatsi

Kindlings

 Concepts:

 

Hopiikwa

Pahankwa

Color

Taskyavi pu peetmuy niqw Tsilingpu

Orange

Shape

Paayuk'uutsi

Triangle

Numeral

Paayom

Naalöyöm

3 of them

4 of them

Opposites

Pas qa atsa

Atsa

Real

Make believe

Spatial

Atpikyaqe

Atsva’

Under

Over


KUYI's Shooting Stars Hopi Language Project is made possible by HEEF, The Hopi Education Endowment Fund in participation with Hopi Head Start’s Rayma Duyongwa, the Shooting Stars Hopi Lavayi Project Team: Mesa Media, Inc.'s Anita Poleahla and Susie Poleahla with additional support from Marvin Lalo.   Audio Engineer: Richard Alun Davis.  Producer: Cara Dukepoo.

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