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Kanenna'kè:ne Nikahá:wi Oká:ra

Fall Time Story

 

1. Kaié:ri nihá:ti - 4 of them

2. Ronatehià:ron - They are older

3. Tekeniiáhsen - 2 of them (female)

4. Tekenón:kwe - 2 women

5. Tehniiáhsen - 2 of them (male)

6. Tehnón:kwe - 2 men

7. Tehona’nianawénkhon - They have gloves on

8. Ronanonhwarorókhon - They have hats on

9. Ioniá:ronte ronakia’tawi’tánion - They are wearing a hoody

10. Teionrahtahkwaneta’áhstha tehonahtárion - They are wearing boots

11. Tehniiáhsen teká:naks iátstha - 2 of them are using a rake

12. Tekeniiáhsen - 2 of the women

13. Iekawerá:raks - It pushes air

14. Tekeníhawe - The 2 females are holding

15. Rón:nete - They are standing

16. Ísi nihonakierá:ton - They are turned around

17. Ratinerahtarò:roks - They are collecting leaves

18. Tánon iehatinerahtá:reks - And they are pushing leaves

19. Kanenna’kè:ne nikahá:wi niwakenhnhò:ten - Fall time type of season

20. Kentenhkó:wa niwenhni’tò:ten - November type of month

21. Kaié:ri shískare - 4th date

22. Énska sha’tesewahshén:nen - 1:30 pm

23. Iotohétston nénkie - Afternoon

24. Raonathentà:ke - On their field

25. Ohén:ton - In front of

26. Tsi thotinónhsote - At their house

27. Ohahaktónkie - Along the road

28. Okwirákta - Near the tree

29. Né:’e tsi - Because

30. É:so kaneráhtaien - There are a lot of leaves on the ground

 

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