Âtalôhkâna Nêsta Tipâcimôwina

Âtalôhkâna Nêsta Tipâcimôwina

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This is the first major body of annotated texts in James Bay Cree, and a unique documentation of Swampy and Moose Cree (Western James Bay) usage of the 1950s and 1960s. Conversations and interviews with sixteen different speakers include: legends, reminiscences, historical narratives, stories and conversations, as well as descriptions of technology. The book includes a detailed pronunciation guide, notes on Cree terms, informants' comments, dialect variations, and descriptions of cultural values and customs. The introduction describes and compares the various genres in traditional and popular culture. Written in Cree and English, with full glosssary.kotawe- VAI kindle a fire; 9:19; 19:7; 35:2; 36:1; 39:1; 40:5; 42:5; 61:4 kotawepaliho- VAI quickly kindle a fire; 18:7; ... open; (65:8) kd-kotikonikdtek pdskisikan a breach-loader (gun) kotikositesin- VAI sprain or dislocate a foot or ankle; (65:8);anbsp;...

Title:Âtalôhkâna Nêsta Tipâcimôwina
Author: Simeon Scott, Clarence Douglas Ellis, Algonquian Text Society
Publisher:Univ. of Manitoba Press - 1995

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