Lakota Greetings for Females part 3*
Háƞ čhiƞkší (Hello son)
Háƞ čhuƞkší (Hello daughter)
Háƞ thibló (Hello older brother)
Háƞ misúƞ (Hello younger brother)
Háƞ čhuwé (Hello older sister)
Háƞ mitȟáƞkala (Hello younger sister)
*This is part 3 in our 3 part series on Lakota Greetings for Females
For Dakota and Nakota dialect speakers simply change the “L” with “D” or “N”. For example: Lekší (Lakota), Dekší (Dakota), Nekší (Nakota)
Wakinyan Waanatan (Matt Remle)
Vocals by Audrey Remle
I love the words you are posting here! I am starting to learn the language of my ancestors ,I thank you for this 🙂
We are glad to help support in the learning of our traditional languages. Pilamaya yelo, thanks, for reading and supporting LRInspire.
Is mithankala for younger sister?
Thanks so much for doing these!!
It is! And thank you for catching that. I will get that fixed ASAP 🙂
Thank You for posting these my late father was Lakota.