pimâtisiwin osâmi-apisâsin…

pimatisiwin

Rough line-by-line pronunciation guide, provided by Darren Okemaysim:

1. pi.maa.ti.soo.win…oo.saa.mi-u.pi.saa.sin
2. ku-u.ti-wu.nis.kaak…key.ki.sey.paa.yaa…
ey-meeh.taa.tu.mun…key.kweye
3. ey.ko.si…saa.gi.hik…ey.go.nik…kwey.usk…
kaa-pu.min.skik
4. ey.gwu…key.yaam…ey.go.nik…ey.keye…kaa-mee.yoo-i.too.taas.kik
5. ey.gwu…taa.pwe.wu.gey’h.tu…kaa.key.yoe…oo.chi.toe…ey.pey-is.pu.yik
6. ki.kus.key.taa.yi.ni…weeh.gaatch – oo.ti.nu
7. keys.pin…u.ti-meys.ko.chi.peye.i.gi…ki.pi.maa.ti.soo.win – pu.ki.ti.nu
8. nu.mow.wee.yuk…oo.chi-eye-i.tweyw…ey-wee-weh.chu.sik.
9. ki.taa.soo.tu.maa.go.win…kwey.usk…ku.-u.ti-mee.yoo.peye.ik

 

About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, launched in 2010 with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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One Response to pimâtisiwin osâmi-apisâsin…

  1. Reblogged this on The Métis Raconteur and commented:
    Cree Literacy Network shared a poem that has been translated into Plains Cree. These words in any language are inspiring.

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