Speaking Lakota Aƞpétu tókča weather terms

LRInspire presents: Speaking Lakota Aƞpétu tókča weather terms.

osni

Osní

 

 

Osní (cold weather)

 

 

maste

Mašté

 

 

Mašté (sunny)

 

 

omaste

Omášte

 

 

Omášte (hot & sunny)

 

 

wa

Wá

 

Wá (snow)

 

 

magazu

Maǧážu

 

 

Maǧážu (rain)

 

 

tate

Tȟaté

 

 

Tȟaté (wind)

 

 

wasu

Wasú

 

 

Wasú (hail)

 

 

mahpiya

Maȟpiya

 

 

Maȟpiya (cloudy)

 

 

p'o

P’ó

 

P’ó (foggy)

 

 

Leháƞ aƞpétu tókča he? (What kind of day is it now?)

Aƞpétu mašté. (It is a sunny day.)

Aƞpétu maǧážu. (It is raining today.)

Héčiya aƞpétu tókča he? (What kind of day is it over there?)

Léčhiya osní. (It is cold over here.)

Léčhiya omášte. (It is sunny and hot over here.)

Vocals by Wakíƞyaƞ Waánataƞ (Matt Remle)

Matt Remle, far left.

Matt Remle, far left.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Speaking Lakota Aƞpétu tókča weather terms

  1. Thank you I’ve been looking for a site that I can learn the original language of humanity,I know that through time various changes have occurred but I just enjoy the sounding of the Ancestors,Ancient sound like no other,the first people.

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