What is the Lakota word for marriage?
The Lakota Indian word for horse is šunkawakan The Lakota Indian word for colt is šunkcincala
The Lakota word for war in ozuye. The Lakota word for horse is sunkawakan or tasunka. Lakota modifiers come after the noun. The means the word would be sunkawakan ozuye or tasunka ozuye.
The Lakota people can rarely have seen a moose, which generally range further north than the Lakota country. The word for this animal in Lakota is heblaska.
Chante is the lakota word for heart Cheers Lea
The Lakota word for thunder is wakina. The Thunderbird spirit is wakinyan
There is no such word in Lakota.
There is no such word in Lakota.
Sosho according to a website that translates english to lakota the word for "snake" is: ZUZECA
In Siouan (the Lakota language) the word is "HAU."
The word for Teacher in Lakota is: Wah Ushpeeweechakeeyapee.
There is no word for tiger in the Lakota language, since tigers are not native to the Americas. The word for a (spotted) wildcat is igmugleshka
The Lakota word for prey is 'wasablge.' This word is also used for 'target.' Another word that might be used to describe prey is 'chante.'
The word "sit" in Lakota is iyotaka.
in Their language (LAKOTA) the word for grandfather is tunkashilah. In the Lakota dialect the word for grandmother is Unci.
The Lakota word for a hawk is cetán [chay-tAn]. The same word is applied to a small falcon.
The Lakota word for medicine man is pejuta wicasa.
The Lakota word for beaver is cápa (pronounced chah-pah).
The Lakota word for the sun is anpetuwi - literally "day sun".
The Lakota word for a boy is hoksila ("I am a boy" is homaksila).
The Lakota word for man is wicaša - you say "wee-cha-sha".
The Lakota-speaking tribes had knowledge of another native American tribe often called "Fox" in English, who are closely associated with the Sac or Sauk tribe. In Lakota this tribe is called Peshlekhe. The Lakota word for a red fox (the only species they were familiar with) is shungila.
Chante pronoused Chahn-day,Chante is the lakota word for heart Cheers Lea.Chante pronoused Chahn-day
The Lakota prefix iča- signifies "alongside", but there is no such element as taga in Lakota. The word ičagla means "by the edge of" - this is the nearest I can find. Perhaps you need to check the spelling of your word - is the second letter really a c (pronounced ch)? or is it a k?
In Lakota, the verb meaning to sleep is ishtinma The Lakota noun for sleep is woishtinme
The Lakota word for "to be strong or powerful" is wash'aka (archaic sh'aka or sh'akecha).
Grandmother in Lakota Sioux is Uchee. The way you say my grandmother is Mee Ucheewayekee.
The Lakota word for strength, power or energy is wowash'ake. Human strength is wichowash'ake
There is no word for king, queen, prince or princess in Lakota since these are purely European concepts.
no Sioux word for goodbye
Doksa means "I will see you again" or "I will see you later" There is no phrase or word in Lakota for good-bye as a finite saying.
In Lakota, rabbit is mashtinchala
Lakota Sioux word for "turtle".
It is the Lakota word for The Elk River.
my other skin
The Great Plains. Most widely associated with the Lakota culture which is where the word tipi comes from. Tipi is a Lakota word meaning "they live there".
The Lakota language has the general word shunka for a dog; a male dog is shungbloka (the same word is also used for a stallion); a long-haired or shaggy dog is khecha.
The Lakota word for wind is tate (ta-tay); tate tanka is a great wind; wamniomni is a whirlwind.
In Lakota the word is teewahee.
Takoja : Tah - koh - zha
"Want" is ci-chee.
Tipi originated from a Lakota word "thÃpi" as basically meaning "House."
The Lakota word meaning faith or belief is wowichala or wowachinyeye.
The Lakota word meaning health is wozani or wichozani.
Abundance is an English term synonymous with "plenty" or "profusion". Lakota has the equivalent term ichakizeshniyan, meaning literally "not suffering the lack of anything" = having plenty or having abundance. The Lakota word ota means many, much, a lot, plentiful; waota means many things, plentiful things.
The Lakota term ch'unkshi can mean daughter!, or my daughter; ch'unkshi kin means a daughter; ch'unkshiwaye means she is my daughter. The word ch'unkshi is also applied to the daughters of a woman's sisters and other female relatives. An alternative word for daughter is chuwitku.
In the Lakota language, the word 'Tatanka' means buffalo.
akicita...meaning: peace keepers