Traditional Foods (y- and th-dialects, audio)

 

Photo thanks to Christine Ravenis

awiyak cî nôhtêhkatêw?   ᐊᐏᔭᐠ ᒌ ᓅᐦᑌᐦᑲᑌᐤ?   
Is anybody ready for traditional foods? 

This list is long (and delicious). 

y-dialect audio: 

th-dialect audio:

y-dialecty-dialectth-dialectth-dialectEnglish
atihkamêkᐊᑎᐦᑲᒣᐠatihkamîkᐊᑎᐦᑲᒦᐠwhitefish
otônipiyᐅᑑᓂᐱᕀocôthipîsᐅᒎᖨᐲᐢtullibee
namêpiyᓇᒣᐱᕀnamîpithᓇᒦᐱᖮsucker
okâwᐅᑳᐤokâwᐅᑳᐤpickerel
iyinito-kinosêwᐃᔨᓂᑐ ᑭᓄᓭᐤithithikinosîwᐃᖨᖨᑭᓄᓰᐤjackfish
namêkosᓇᒣᑯᐢnamîkosᓇᒦᑯᐢtrout
namêwᓇᒣᐤnamîwᓇᒦᐤsturgeon
namêstêkᓇᒣᐢᑌᐠnamîstîkᓇᒦᐢᑏᐠdried fish; fillet; sucker fillet
môswaᒨᔁmôswaᒨᔁmoose
môsotêyaniyᒨᓱᑌᔭᓂᕀmôsotîthaniyᒨᓱᑏᖬᓂᐩmoose tongue
môsokotᒨᓱᑯᐟmôsokotᒨᓱᑯᐟMoose nose
omâwᐅᒫᐤomâwᐅᒫᐤMoose tripe
amiskᐊᒥᐢᐠamiskᐊᒥᐢᐠbeaver
amisk osoyᐊᒥᐢᐠ ᐅᓱᕀamisk osoyᐊᒥᐢᐠ ᐅᓱᕀbeaver tail
ê-kaskâpasot wacaskosᐁ ᑲᐢᑳᐸᓱᐟ ᐘᒐᐢᑯᐢî-kaskâpasot wacaskosᐄ ᑲᐢᑳᐸᓱᐟ ᐘᒐᐢᑯᐢsmoked muskrat
wacaskos osoyᐘᒐᐢᑯᐢ ᐅᓱᕀwacaskos osoyᐘᒐᐢᑯᐢ ᐅᓱᕀmuskrat tail
sîsîpᓰᓰᑊsîsîpᓰᓰᑊDuck
sîsîp mîcimâpoyᓰᓰᑊ ᒦᒋᒫᐳᕀsîsîp mîcimâpoyᓰᓰᑊ ᒦᒋᒫᐳᕀduck soup
pihêwᐱᐦᐁᐤpithîwᐱᖩᐤGrouse
pihêw mîcimâpoyᐱᐦᐁᐤ ᒦᒋᒫᐳᕀpithîw mîcimâpoyᐱᖩᐤ ᒦᒋᒫᐳᕀgrouse stew
pâstêwiyâsᐹᐢᑌᐏᔮᐢpâstîwiyâsᐹᐢᑏᐏᔮᐢdried meat
kahkêwakᑲᐦᑫᐘᐠkaskîwakᑲᐢᑮᐘᐠdried meat
yîwahikanakᔩᐘᐦᐃᑲᓇᐠthîwahikanakᖩᐘᐦᐃᑲᓇᐠpounded dried meat
pimihkânᐱᒥᐦᑳᐣpimihkânᐱᒥᐦᑳᐣPemmican
iyiniminaᐃᔨᓂᒥᓇithiniminaᐃᖨᓂᒥᓇblueberries
misâskatôminaᒥᓵᐢᑲᑑᒥᓇmisâskatôminaᒥᓵᐢᑲᑑᒥᓇsaskatoon berries
takwahiminânaᑕᑿᐦᐃᒥᓈᓇtakwahiminânaᑕᑿᐦᐃᒥᓈᓇchokecherries
wîsakîminaᐑᓴᑮᒥᓇwîsakîminaᐑᓴᑮᒥᓇcranberries
môsominaᒨᓱᒥᓇmôsominaᒨᓱᒥᓇlow-bush cranberries
maskêkominaᒪᐢᑫᑯᒥᓇmaskîkominaᒪᐢᑮᑯᒥᓇcranberries (from the muskeg)
nîpiminânaᓃᐱᒥᓈᓇnîpiminânaᓃᐱᒥᓈᓇCranberries
atihkᐊᑎᕽatihkᐊᑎᕽCaribou
atihk mispikayaᐊᑎᕽ ᒥᐢᐱᑲᔭatihk mispikayaᐊᑎᕽ ᒥᐢᐱᑲᔭcaribou ribs
wîniyᐑᓂᕀwîniyᐑᓂᕀMarrow
mânôminakᒫᓅᒥᓇᐠmânôminakᒫᓅᒥᓇᐠwild rice
wâposᐚᐳᐢwâposᐚᐳᐢrabbit
wâpos-mîcimâpoyᐚᐳᐢ ᒦᒋᒫᐳᕀwâpos-mîcimâpoyᐚᐳᐢ ᒦᒋᒫᐳᕀrabbit stew
paskwâwimostosᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢpaskwâwimostosᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢBuffalo
paskwâwimostos mispikayaᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢ ᒥᐢᐱᑲᔭpaskwâwimostos mispikayaᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢ ᒥᐢᐱᑲᔭbuffalo ribs
paskwâwimostos mitêyaniyᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢ ᒥᑌᔭᓂᕀpaskwâwimostos mitîthaniyᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢ ᒥᑏᖬᓂᕀbuffalo tongue
paskwâwimostos mitahtahkwanwaᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢ ᒥᑕᐦᑕᐦᑿᓌpaskwâwimostos mitahtahkwanwaᐸᐢᒁᐏᒧᐢᑐᐢ ᒥᑕᐦᑕᐦᑿᓌbuffalo wings?

 

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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