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byshli
isso
hokchi
hushimi
hohpi
hokchi, fimmi
yokni potvtfi
luhmi
hoponi
bileli
imaiyachi

im asha, (it is sitting to him)

ose kist

403 To cut

tachi 404 To strike

n'off ki 405 To plant

hahoji 406 To burn

nokehlaji 407 To bury

hopili 408 To sou

fokeayi 409 To plough choppiyiji 410 To conceal

hihihi 411 To cook

onemli 412 To melt

chlikkaji 413 To subdue, (a na- imundli

tion) 414 To hare

oji 415 To be

momibi 416 He is

monust 417 I am

uumttest 418 I am cold

chotkolist 419 I am warm

chaligotitist 420 I am young

chamonnittist 421 I am old

@chachiulist 422 I am good

chaunhlist 423 I am strong

chayhikchist 424 I am hungry

chahlonwist 425 I am sick

chanokist 426 It rains 427 It snows

itotihlokkilajist 428 It is cold

kossupprist 429 Go, (imp.)

ias'cha 430 Stay, (imp.) hottitscha 431 Bring, (imp.)

satischa 432 Give, (imp.) amuscha 433 Give me, (imp.)

amuscha 432 Take him, (imp.) isuscha 433 Take it, (imp.)

isuscha 434 He drinks

iskist 435 He runs

latikist 436 He sings

yahigist 437 I sing

yahigist 438 He eats

humbist 439 I eat

humbist 440 I came

alagiunggest 441 He came

alagunggest 442 We came

yajiunggest 443 I have eat

hummábest 444 Thou hast cat hummabilchkist 445 He has eat

humnabist 446 He saw

hijud is 447 He is dead

ilist 448 He has been seen híchkadis 449 He shall speak

pon'iahlis 450 He shall go

iyahlis 451 He may go

iilio 452 We may go

apíyaliyista

sa chukwa sa libisha sa himita sa sipokni si achukma sa kvllo sa hochyfo si abeka umba oktusha kapyssa ia vtta ish minti ima vma ishi ishi ishko maleli taloa taloali impa impali mintili tok oke minti tok oke e minti tok oke impali kamo ish impa kamo impa kamo

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403

uhyayyahkkih

wauaooke 404

yewntoty uhteh

wauoondawdeent 405

yehyenthoo

wauayenthoo 406

yotikheh

wauotake 407

wauoandotashawtoh 408 409

yeekorlhahthoo

wauehtawgaubottoo 410

ootohsehhthoo

wauohsit 411

yinnahhisshoo

wauohsoowe 412

owwisstay nahwahseh

wauennaunawent 413

yootottehsahnih

wauundottasane 414

yookoyih

wanau 415 416

errhlaowhhah 417

eeih wahhih 418 dukkonussa

getholahteh

augotowesthoh 419 dukkokoutughsseh

gahtahterleehun

awgeawda wtieh 420 koatesehdiagh-hunasti

awgeawdawsae 421

wohgotteeahtisssoo kegahche 422 konakiagh hahut ukkungguehteeyoo gungguateo 423 kokseh hiki

wugghehshahtsteh kahosta 424 dukkonaugh anugho

awgutterswadone 425 koksehcoatnouehogh

wugghehnuhwhaktah- oknunktones

nee 426 dukkouehass

wawook uhhnorelih oostanedeoh 427 dukkouehass hehna wawoogherluhneh ookeoandeo 428

yoothorelih

oottoowa 429 yoehatal

wahss

oowautanete 430 nouehditteh

cheeterloontahk

ungkentyendok 431,' dahia

sahwih

undeaaw 432 dakoate

koo-oo yoo

wauoantotoh 433 dakoeh

kuttabkoo

tushaw 4:32 hitianeh, (take that man) ebchaynuh

ejano 433 dahianeh

iano 434 hiddaaka

lahnehkilhhah

awnikkahaw 435 dehatssehbattaneh

autokha 436 dughehnehousa

oottanote 437

augotinote 438 dahughnouehsa

oottakone 439 dughsehassnouehass gohttykhoonihwahheh, augutakone 440 tsehehehoua

(am eating) 441 quedehahia

wauauyeoh 442 ehpitnehwate

ungwauyeo 443 ahia siahina

twauguttakoneno 444 same way.

suttakoneno 445 ahia ehaehna

oottakoneno 446 | hibouneh

ootkotwheh 447 ahia dahehda

auwaayo 448 ahia hehtiba

towwuntkottwehno 449 quebahaneha

gawgonteentosneute 450 addehehwa

gawgonteaawtantee 451 anadahibouna

aaughtante 452 | tsehtibousa

aaugwautante

SUPPLEMENTARY VOCABULARY. (Continued.)

CHEROKEE.

1 A spirit

nayehi 2 Priest

atsilung kelawhi 3 Conjurer

ata wniski 4 Soul

atanungtaw 5 A white man yungwinegung 6 Man

askaya 7 Men

aniskaya 8 Women

anigeyung 9 Grandfather etutu, (my mother's father); enisi, (my father's parent) 10 Grandmother elisi, (my mother's mother); enisi, (my father's parent) 11 Eldest son

ikungyi ehi aquetsi 12 Youngest son aw‘ni ehi aquetsi, (my) 13 Brother's son unggiwinung, (my) 14 Sister's son unggiwinung, (my) 15 Uncle

etutsi, (my mother's brother); taline etawta, (my father's

brother) 16 Aunt

etsi, (mother's sister) ; eʻlawgi, (my father's sister) 17 Cousin

same as second brother or second sister 18 Relation

kawhusti aqungnung 19 Nephews

tsunggiwinung 20 Cousins

same as second brothers or second sisters 21 Ancestors

tigikayunglike, (my) 22 Male

askaya, (human); atsung, (animals) 23 Female

ageyung, (human); agisi, (animals) 24 Nostrils

tikawyungsawli, (my) 25 Eyelids

tagikatanekalung, (my) 26 Eyebrows

tagikatesanulungsungi, (my) 27 Cheeks

titsigaw quali-i, (my) 28 Throat

agiqistiyi, (my swallower) 29 Right hand

tsikatisi aquoyeni, (my) 30 Left hand

tsigaskani aquoyeni, (my) 31 Shoulder

tsinungwawi, (my) 32 Back

tsisawhi, (my) 33 Elbow

tsigiyuskeni, (my) 34 Knee

tsinikeni, (my) 35 Skin

agineka, (my) 36 Milk

unungti 37 Wound

unggisawnungénung, (the place where I was wounded) 38 Scalp

kanega, (a skin) 39 Nation, (tribe)

no word 40 Clan

unatayungwi, (people of the same clan) 41 Country, (territory) ikatselikawhi, (our) 42 Council

tekalawiung 43 Council place

tsulawi-istiyi 44 Speaker

askaʻlilawski, (orator) 45 Speech, a talk alitsitaw‘nung, (that which was spoken) 46 King

ukungwiyuhi, (principal chief) 47 Hunter

kanawhilitawhi 48 Confederacy

no word 49 Treaty

kanawhetung titlawhistanung, (talks met together) 50 Allies

unalikawhi 51 Friends

ikalii, (ye my friends) 52 Messenger

atsinungsti 53 Belt

atatlawsti 54 Peace

tawhiyi, (peace, health, prosperity) 55 Enemy

agiskagi, (one who hates me) 56 War

ta‘nawa 57 Battle

no word

CHEROKEE.

58 Victory

no word 59 Defeat

no word 60 Prisoner

ayungki 61 Death song

no word 62 Adoption

no word 63 Spy

uketungnitawhi, (one who inquires or examines) 64 Feast

no word 65 Thief

kanawskiski, (stealer) 67 Murderer

yungwiahihi, (man-killer) 68 Avenger

utlegi 69 Door

kalawhistiyi, (a passage) 70 Hearth

kawtawtiyi, (place to make fire) 71 Floor

ayawtatlahung 72 Threshold kalawhisti yulawti, (adjacent to the door) 73 Courtyard

awhni 74 Garden

awisungtiyi, (planting place) 75 Field

klawgesi 76 Meadow 77 Hoe

kalawgawti, (instrument of tilling) 78 Plough

katalugawti 79 Harrow

katungnawsasti 80 Yoke

unagilanalatisti 81 Cart

taqualelu, (a wheeled carriage) 82 Tub

usungtawni, (hollow) 83 Earthenware tsuhinawa 84 Club

atasa, (war-club) 85 Paddle

uyatati, (flat at the end) 86 Our

uyatati 87 Net

akayaluti, (fish-net) 88 Fishing-hook asuti 89 Snare

asatungti 90 Trap

asatungti 91 Coat

kasalenung. 92 Blanket

utungnawhi, (a bed-cloth) 93 Post

ukuta 94 Palisade

katatungi 95 Ditch

keliskalunghung 96 Fort

asawyung, (a fence, a fort) 97 Tumulus, (ancient atselistung

grade) 98 Grade, (modern) yungwi kanisahung, (person's lying place) 99 Parched corn kungwisitung 100 Boiled corn

selu tikatunung 101 Meal, flour isung 102 Spirituous liquor hwiski, (' whiskey' from the English) 103 Victuals, food alistayungti 104 Ray of light wanting 105 Eclipse

atsigiska nungtaw, (the sun is being swallowed) 106 North Star nawquisi tsuyungtlung ebi, (star inhabiting the north) 107 North

uyungtlawyi, (the place of the cold) 108 South

wahaa 109 East

nungtawyi, (the place of the sun) 110 West

usunghiyi, (the place of evening) 111 Noon

no word 112 Year

sutetiyungtung, (one year) 113 Month

sinungtaw, (one moon) 114 Air

wanting 115 Whirlwind akaluga

CHEROKEE.

ama

116 Storm

unawle, (wind) 117 Rainbow

utaquatawgi 118 Aurora borealis utselungnunghi 119 Smoke

tsukasungsti 120 Wave 121 Shore

atugisti 122 Rirulet

keyung, uweyung, (a stream, whether large or small) 123 Up the rirer tsawgi, (up stream) 124 Doron the river kei, (down stream) 125 Falls of a river ama katawawskung, (falling water, where water falls) 126 Rapids

usta nalung 127 Source of a river kanugawgung, (place of springing up) 128 Spring

kanugawgung 129 Ford

tikasa whistiyi 130 Banks of a ricer amayulawti, (adjacent to the water) 131 Branch, or fork uweyung, keyung, (stream) 132 Left hand fork akaskanititlung keyung, (left hand stream) 133 Right hand fork akatisititlung keyung, (right hand stream) 134 Portage

atugistawtiyi 135 Path

nungnawhi 136 War-road

a thing unknown 137 Sand

nawyu 138 Clay

kata, (dirt, earth) 139 Mud

tla wawta 140 Cane

ustakalungi 141 Salt 142 Salt spring ama ulawtsung kanugawgung, (spring from which salt

comes) 143 A Lick

unikanatistiyi 144 Metal

no general name 145 Gold

atelung tala wnike, (yellovo metal, gold) 146 Silver

atelung unekung, (white metal, silver) 147 Lead 148 Forest

inakei 149 Prairie

ikawti 150 Trunk of a tree 151 Branch of a tree uwanikalungi 152 Flower

utsilungi 153 Fruit

atatungungski 156 Seed

ukata 157 Nut

no general naine 158 Berry

no general name 159 Plant

aliyehurgski, (vegetable) 160 Shrub 161 Corn, or grain 162 Wheat

utsalesti 163 Rye 164 Oats

sawquili unigisti, (horse- provender) 165 Roots

unastetla 166 Potatoes

nunu, nuna, nunung, (the last most common) 167 Pumpkin iya, (pumpkin, squash) 168 Watermelon kunggisti 169 Wild oats 170 Birch 171 Chestnut tree tili 172 Sugar-maple tlung'wagi 173 Plum-tree quanunasti, (small peach) 174 Acorn

kuli

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