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Comprehensive Mohawk-English Dictionary
kátshe(c-stem)bottle, can, jar, canister noun
kanónhsa(c-stem)house, home, dwelling, building, abode, cabin, cottage, etc. noun
orì:wa(c-stem)business, matter, fault, information, data noun
owén:na(c-stem)word, language, syllable noun
dog, canine Origin:derivative of: ononhwè:rhon – “body hair” noun
Cat, kitty, feline Origin:De poes “the cat”Dutch loan word noun
To cook HabitualKekhón:nis = I am a cook / I cookKekhón:niskwe = I was a cookEnkekhonnísheke = I will keep cooking / I will be a cookAkekhonnísheke = I would, could, should, ought to keep cooking / I would, could, should, ought to be a cook PerfectiveRokhón:ni = He has cookedRokhonníhne = He had cookedEnhokhón:ni = He will have cookedAhokhón:ni = He would, could, …. Read More
How to make an active verb chart in the Mohawk language, using the verb “to stay home”. My debut language video.
I explain how to make a Kanyen’kéha pronominal prefix chart for consonant stem roots/morphemes. Pronominal prefixes are the foundation of the Kanyen’kéha language. Every word in the language contains one pronominal prefix, with the exception of particles. There is a relationship embedded in every word which indicates who is doing the action and whom is …. Read More
Bunch of info about the word. Pronunciation Audio recording of word Then categorization of the word.