Grandmother - Unci (your mother's mother)
Kunsi (your father's mother)
Grandfather - Tunkashila
In the Cheyenne language, the word for beaver is:hóma'e
baa is grandma and dada is grandpa hope that helps!
huutsi = father's mother
Tuscarora is a dying language and not much about it can be found unless it was passed down throughfamily. i would love to help but i really can't and suggest looking up an online search engine to try and find out your answer. Sorry i wasn't much help!! ~JudeeCat
If you mean how is the sound a pronounced in Cheyenne words, it is always a as in father, except at the end of a word when it is whispered:pave-esheeva! = good morning [pah-vey-eh-sheev']If you mean is there a word in Cheyenne that corresponds with the English indefinite article "A", no there is no such word.
The Cheyenne language has no specific word for cinnamon.
Shy-ann. The name Cheyenne is Tsitsista'ist pronounced Tatistaah'st
'Jennifer'. It's not a name of Cheyenne origins, and was introduced to them only well after their language was established.
Dodo= grandma Pronounced- doe doe
Cheyenne words for "land" are ho'e and ho'estse. "My land" is na-hto'e.
That's impossible to track down
1. Шайенн (shayenn). 2. (the Algonquian language of the Cheyenne) шайенский язык (shayénskiy yazyk).
We don't say grand mother, we say big mommy Mommy agba
The Cheyenne word for a dog is:hótameThe Cheyenne warrior society known as Dog Men (incorrectly called Dog Soldiers by some people) were:Hotamétaneo'o
You answered your own question ^^ The Cheyenne's have their own language called "The Cheyenne language"! No joke! I am also researching them and when I found this I laughed! Good luck!