Archive for 'Shoshoni Word of the Day'

scream

Shoshoni Word of the Day: tsihtatain – scream

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is tsihtatain, a verb meaning ‘scream’ Click to play the word sound file Kathy Adams-Blackeye (Duckwater) Drusilla Gould (Fort Hall) paitse Elwood Mose (South Fork) Photo: Pablo via Flickr

scare

Shoshoni Word of the Day: tsikkwiya’a – scare

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is tsikkwiya’a, a verb meaning ‘scare’ Click to play the word sound file Boyd Graham (Smokey Valley) Photo: Gloria Garcia via Flickr

scared

Shoshoni Word of the Day: te’eyanten – scared

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is te’eyanten, an adjective meaning ‘scared’ or ‘afraid’ Click to play the word sound file Elwood Mose (South Fork) Drusilla Gould (Fort Hall) te’eyapekkahkan Kathy Adams-Blackeye (Duckwater) Photo: Jason via Flickr

Set a Trap

Shoshoni Word of the Day: heakkeh

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is heakkeh, a verb meaning ‘set a trap’ Click to play the word sound file Drusilla Gould (Fort Hall) Arloa Kelly (Duck Valley) heanai Boyd Graham (Smokey Valley) Photo: Somogotto S.N. via Flickr

trap

Shoshoni Word of the Day: hea” – catch

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is hea”, a verb meaning ‘catch’ or ‘trap’ Click to play the word sound file Laurie Caskey (Duck Valley) Ruby Ridesatthedoor (Ibapah) Boyd Graham (Smokey Valley) Rosie Jones (Duck Valley) Delphina Gould (Fort Hall) Photo: TheGiantVermin via Flickr

game killed

Shoshoni Word of the Day: tepaikappeh – game someone has killed

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is tepaikkappeh, a noun meaning ‘game someone has killed’ Click to play the word sound file Laurie Caskey (Duck Valley) Boyd Graham (Smokey Valley) Rosie Jones (Duck Valley) Photo: Cowgirl Jules via Flickr

stalk

Shoshoni Word of the Day: hoateh – stalk

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is hoateh, a verb meaning ‘stalk’ Click to play the word sound file Arloa Kelly (Duck Valley) mahoi Elwood Mose (South Fork) Photo: Okan Atli via Flickr

kill game

Shoshoni Word of the Day: tepaikkah – kill game

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is tepaikkah, a verb meaning ‘kill game’ Click to play the word sound file Laurie Caskey (Duck Valley) Photo: Tom via Flickr

shoot

Shoshoni Word of the Day: kuttih – shoot

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is kuttih, a verb meaning ‘shoot’ Click to play the word sound file Boyd Graham (Smokey Valley) Arloa Kelly (Duck Valley) kwettih Rosie Jones (Duck Valley) Drusilla Gould (Fort Hall) Photo: Kentish Plumber via Flickr

hunt

Shoshoni Word of the Day: tekai – hunt

The Shoshoni Word of the Day is tekai, a verb meaning ‘hunt’ Click to play the word sound file Boyd Graham (Smokey Valley) Drusilla Gould (Fort Hall) Carlene Burton (Battle Mountain) Photo: Torrey Wiley via Flickr