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Neal McLeod: Cree Word Study 6.19.2013

Stolen — with thanks — from Neal’s Facebook Feed. Word forms derived from Arok Wolvengrey, nêhiyawêwin: itwêwina. (all mistakes are mine) atim-: stem morpheme (away from something; ahead of something- denotes spatial relationship) Usually when people think of the word, atim, … Continue reading

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Neal McLeod: Cree Word Study 5.30.2013

Stolen (with all appropriate reverence) from Neal McLeod‘s Facebook feed. most-: stem morpheme: by itself, plain, straight forward derived from Arok Wolvengrey’s “nêhiyawêwin itwêwina” (all mistakes are mine and due to my poetic irreverence) mostakocîs: automobile [mosta- by itself + kocî- … Continue reading

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Cree Poem 1.10.2013 neal mcleod

kinêhiyawiwinanâw tâpiskoc misi-iskôtêw, ka-kâh-kwâhkotêk iskwâyikohk ê-kîsikohk, ê-sâpo-kwâhkotêk kahkiyaw kiyâski-akohpa. our creeness is like a great fire that burns to the stretch of the sky, and burns through all blankets of lies. ê-yahkâtihkâtêhk, osihcikâtêk tâpwêwinâhk, itê ka-kiskwayahk kôhkomiwênanâw êkwa mîna kimosômiwênanâw. … Continue reading

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Neal McLeod: wonderbread, wonder

kâ-pônê-mamâhtâwi-pahkêsikanihk (1) by Neal McLeod 12.10.2012 wonderbread, wonder brah, can you spare me some bread? mahti awihin (2) so we can all win ching, ching badda bing I can hear everyone at Rama sing but here the folks are crying … Continue reading

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