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CHEROKEE.

175 Walnut 176 Grapes 177 Strawberries 178 Sugar 179 Wild beast 180 Skin, of animal 181 Horn 182 Tail 183 Buck 184 Doe 185 Fawn 186 Elk 187 Moose 188 Panther 189 Raccoon 190 Opossum 191 Mouse 192 Bear skin 193 Deer skin 194 Beaver skin 195 Fat 196 Horse 197 Or 198 Cow 199 Calf 200 Sheep 201 Hog 202 Cat 203 Rattlesnake 204 Turtle 205 Worm 206 Fly 207 Honey-bee 208 Honey 209 Feathers 210 Wings 211 Bill 212 Eagle 213 Cock 214 Hen 215 Fins 216 Whale 217 Sturgeon 218 Perch 219 Pike 220 Trout 221 Cat-fish 222 Chub-fish 223 Frog 224 Fish-bone 225 Birth 226 Death 227 Love 228 Hatred 229 Marriage 230 Pregnancy 231 Lying in

seti, sawhi, (black walnut, hickory nut)
qualusi, (muscadines)
a‘nung
kalisetsi
inake ehi, (inhabiter of the wilderness)
kanega
u'yawnung, (his horn)
katawga
kalagina
awhi agisi, (female deer)
ahwi agina, (young deer)
ahwi equa, (great deer)
tlungtatsi
kungli
siqua uyungsuga, siqua utsetsasti, (smiling hog)
tsistetsi
yawnung kanega, (a bear's skin)
ahwi kanega, (a deer's skin)
tawyi kanega, (a bearer's skin)
kawi
sawquili
waká kanali, (gelding beef creature)
waka agisi, (female beef creature)
waka agina, (young beef creature)
ahwi (unawtena), (wool bearing) animal of the deer kind
siqua
wesung
utsawnati
saligugi
askawyung
toka
watulisi
watulisi
tsukitalung
tikanawge
kawyungsa
awawhali
tsataga atsung
tsataga agisi
tuwetaluyatung
taquo, (a very large fish, probably white)
agawla
kawawnukawyungsa, (duck's-bill)
u'nawga
squolequa, tsulistanala, (two varieties)
walawei
atsati ukawla, (the bone of a fish)
aquatenung, (my birth)
agiyawhusung, (my death)

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232 Sickness

ungyu (a disease) 233 Hunger

agawna 234 Pain 235 Shape 236 Breath 237 Sleep 238 Person

yungwi 239 Thing

kawhusti 240 Something

kawhusti 241 Nothing

tla kawhusti, (not anything) 242 Noise 243 Shriek 244 Howling 245 Voice 246 Word 247 Name

taquatawung, (my name) 248 Cold, (subst.) 249 Heat 250 Dampness 251 Length 252 Breadth 253 Depth 254 Height 255 Circle 256 Square 257 Ball, (a sphere) kasaqualung, (adj.) (spherical) 258 Measure, (des

sel, &-c.) 259 Hole

atalesung, (hole, pit dug) 260 Calamity 261 Wonder 262 Harmony 263 Affection 264 Offspring 265 Source 266 An evil 267 Trouble 268 Labour 269 Laziness 270 Strength aqualingunggung, (my strength) 271 Dominion 272 Ability, of doing 273 Time 274 Great

equa 275 Greater

utli equa, utitlung equa, (followed by eska, than, in a less

degree) 276 Greatest

utli equa, utitlung equa, (not followed by eska) 277 Tall

inung ikati, (far extending upwards) 278 Strong

u‘linigitiyu, (third person) 279 Stronger

utli uʻlinigitiyu, (followed by eska) 280 Strongest utli uʻlinigitiyu, (not followed by eska) 281 Heady

kagetiyu, or, kageti 282 Light

utasakahi (yu) 283 High

kalunglati (yu) 284 Low

elati 285 Damp

kalulastawti, (wettish) 286 Dry

kayawtiyu 287 Thick

uhaketiyu 288 Sharp

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316 Thy

289 Weak

uwanakali (yu) 290 Brave

ulitsungyasti, (male, like manly) 291 Coward 292 Young

awinung, (applied to persons only) 293 Younger

utli awinung 294 Youngest

utli awinung 295 Good

awsi (yu) awsung 296 Better

utli awsi 297 Best

utli awsi 298 Healthy

tawhi 299 Sick

utlunggi, (participle of utlungga, he is sick) 300 Witty

utanungteti awsiyu, (of good mind) 301 Silly

unegu 302 Happy

awsiyu utanungta, (he is well in mind) 303 Cheerful

awsiyu utanungta 304 Thirsty

agitategiha, (I am thirsty) 305 Hungry

uyawsiski, (participle) 306 First

ikungyi 307 Second

talinei 308 Long

kanunghitung 309 Wide

ayatenung 310 Deep

astunggi 311 We two

ayung 312 We here

ayung 313 You two

nibi 314 You and I

ayung 315 My

aquatseli, (my, one thing); tiquatseli, (my, more than

one thing)

tsatseli, (one); titsatseli, (more than one) 317 His

utseli (1) tutseli 318 Its

utseli (1) tutseli 319 Our

ginatseli, (of thee and me) 320 Your

istatseli, (of you tvo); itsatseli, (of more than two) 321 Their 322 This person

hia yungwi 323 This thing

hia 324 Which person

kagaw iyusti, (which thing), kataw iyusti 325 What

kataw 326 That which 327 He who 328 Both

itsula 329 Either

gilaw (quo), (person); kawhusti, (thing) 330 Other

sawi nungwatale 331 Feno

anigayawili 332 A little

sti, kayawóli 333 More in comparison utli- (in addition) asi 334 Some

gilaw 335 Several

hilungski 336 Where

hatlung 337 Here

ahni 338 There 339 At 340 Above

kalunglatitlung, (adverb) 341 Below

elatitlung 342 Oder

gatusi 343 Under

hawinititlung 344 Within 345 Far

inung

na, nahna

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awaiyuyaseting} Adjectives used as adverbs

346 When

iyu 347 Nou

na quo 348 Soon

kleki 349 Then

nahiyu 350 Always

yanaw 351 Never

klahilunghiyu 352 Long ago

kawhigi 353 Formerly

hilunghiyu, (at some time) 354 Hereafter hilunghiyu, (at some time) 355 Before

ikungyitlung 356 After

awhni 357 Once

saquo, (one) A variation in the form of the verb makes 358 Troice

tali, (two S one, two, &-c., to signify once, twice, fc. 359 How

gataw, (what); (with some verb, as gataw nikungneha,

what doing) 360 Well 361 Il

uyaw uyawstung 362 Quickly

usinuli 363 Slowly

uskanawli 364 Why

kataw'naw 365 With 366 Without 367 From 368 Towards 369 As

expressed by a prefix to the verb; viz. tsi 370 If

iyu 371 And

ale, 'naw, (ʻnaw is inseparable, like the Latin que) 372 Or

ale 373 Also

nasquo 374 Perhaps 375 To be hungry 376 To sit

aquola, (1 am sitting) 377 To lie down tsinungka, (I am lying) 378 To stand

tsitawga 379 To stay

galewhistiha 380 To come

tsiluga 381 To ride in a boat tsiyuhigai, (I am going in a boat) 382 To ride horseback aquagilungtiha 383 To hunt

tsinawhilitawha 384 To fight

kaliha 385 To smoke

kawgiska 386 To die

tsiyawhuska 387 To say

katiha 388 To confer, to treat kalinawheha, (I am conversing) 389 To marry

tekatsiyatsungstiha, (I am marrying them) 390 To think

gatanungteha 391 To know

tsikataha 392 To wish

aquatuliha 393 To hear

tsiyatunggiha

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COMPARATIVE VOCABULARY OF THE CHOCTA AND MUSKHOGEE. OUT OF 600 WORDS, THE FOLLOWING 97 HAVE SOME

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His father His mother His grandmother Daughter Aunt Female Boyt Wifet Infant ! Head Hair Eye lids Tooth Arm Bone Foc Dog Rabbit Fat, grease Meat Buffalot Polecat Duck Pigeon Birdt Eggt Orol One First T100 Three Four Seven Eight Five Ten Star King Warrior Messenger Battle Victory House Field Collar Wagon Buried Spirits, water bitter Food Sky Sun Day

oogwahah pothcoose nushkuhbo pashi nishkin hokshup noti shokba fony chula ofi chukfi nid nippe yennush conne okfochush puchi fooshee, (Chicasa) wooloose, (do.) opa himmona ummona tucklo tuchina ushta untuklo untuchina tahlape pokoli fichik minko tushka

chofi nihi abiswau yennessau connoo fochi paji fosewau ichosewau oopau humga inhomaty hokoly tutchany osty kolopagy chanapagy chokapy ispoko, (Hitchittee) owoh chikee, (do.) mikko tustinuggi ponnuka sahla tippoka imundulga choko choppowa ynochka ischallych hopilga ou omi umbitta soota hascee nitta

anumpa shali

itibi imayachi chuka osapa inuchi itichanulli aholopi oka homi himpa shutik hushee nittok

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