Alaska Indian Dictionary
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Alaska Indian Dictionary, by Charles A. LeeThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online atwww.gutenberg.netTitle: Alaska Indian Dictionary Aleutian Indian and English Dictionary: Common Words In The Dialects Of The AleutianIndian Language: As Spoken By The Oogashik, Egashik, Egegik, Anangashuk And Misremie Tribes Around SulimaRiver And Neighboring Parts Of The Alaska PeninsulaAuthor: Charles A. LeeRelease Date: November 10, 2003 [EBook #10040]Language: English and Aleutian*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY ***Produced by David Starner, Clare Boothby and PG Distributed ProofreadersALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARYCOMPILED BY CHARLES A. LEE1896 Aleutian Indian And English Dictionary Common Words In The Dialects Of The Aleutian Indian Language As Spoken By The Oogashik, Egashik, Egegik, Anangashuk And Misremie Tribes Around Sulima River And Neighboring Parts Of The Alaska Peninsula Compiled By Charles A. LeeOogashik, 1896* * * * *PREFACEThe author, in placing this little book before the public, feels that in so doing he adds his mite to the useful and timelyliterature of the ...

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 Aleutian Indian And English  Dictionary  Common Words In The  Dialects Of The Aleutian Indian  Language  As Spoken By The  Oogashik, Egashik, Egegik, Anangashuk And  Misremie Tribes Around Sulima River  And Neighboring Parts Of The  Alaska Peninsula  Compiled By  Charles A. Lee Oogashik, 1896
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*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY ***
Title: Alaska Indian Dictionary Aleutian Indian and English Dictionary: Common Words In The Dialects Of The Aleutian Indian Language: As Spoken By The Oogashik, Egashik, Egegik, Anangashuk And Misremie Tribes Around Sulima River And Neighboring Parts Of The Alaska Peninsula Author: Charles A. Lee Release Date: November 10, 2003 [EBook #10040] Language: English and Aleutian
Produced by David Starner, Clare Boothby and PG Distributed Proofreaders
ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY COMPILED BY CHARLES A. LEE 1896
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AnchorCets-yuk. Arrow.Rakik-vit. Arm………………………Tat lik. Anger, exclamation of………E-ke. Almanac, date……………..Shis-lak. Above, up…………………Mia. All right, good……………A-shik-tuk. Ahead, go, to take…………Cita. All gone………………….Beachie-muk, or Beduk.
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Bad, ugly, no good…………Asi-duk. By and by, soon, after……..Ataku Beer—made of flour………..Ma-cooloe, or Bi-vak. Big, large, great………….Bul-shoi. BeaverBa-luk-tak. Beans.Bo-bik. Bread…………………….Cla-oahk, or Clip-par. Breast……………………Cat-gat. Box, chest………………..Ca-sik. ButterMus-lik. Boy, young man…………….Malt-jiska. Bag, pouch………………..Mu-shuk. Black, sunburnt……………Rap-kie. Biscuit..Shuko-lenik. Brush.Charie-duk. Bear……………………..Ta go ga. Bring, here……………….Tie-de-kruk. Blankets.U-lik. Bend, to hide……………..Laffa-lutten. Building, house……………Damo. Brave, get out…………….U-na. Believe, to think………….Ba-talie. Break, to spoil……………Cup-li-ku. Buy, to sell………………Ca-bu-shak. Book, paper, letter………..Cali-kam. Below, down……………….U-na-nie. Boat……………………..Ba-lia. Bless, to cross……………Ma-lish-ie. Beluga or white whale………Ba-tuku. Bacon…………………….Shit-Dinkie. Barrel, keg……………….Bou-ska.
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Empty, nothing…………….Bu-kau-coku. Egg………………………Ca yaunk, also Ma-nik. Eat, strychnine……………Qi-shak. Engine, machinery, reloading tools  ……………………….Ma-shin-ak. Extinguish………………..Nipo-muko. Ears..Tin-duk. Ebb, to go away……………Te-ire-duk. EnoughTawia.
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Fishing boat………………Ba-lia. Father……………………Baba rat. FingerCuni-umen. Fire……………………..Ca-nak. Fill up with water…………Emer-isna. Foot..Et-kat. Far away, long distance…….Qak shik-tok.
Door, to shut the door……..Batu-luko. Deer..Elinec. Dried Salmon………………Ehku-lanie. Dance, festivity…………..Que-elat. Dislike, exclamation of…….Chin. Don't drop that……………Chak-enilshu. Dig, to mine, mineral………Com-juk. Drilling, sheeting…………Mit-kalie. Don't know………………..Mat-loun. Drink, to Clean……………Shak-shak. Duck……………………..Shako lu-gen. Disgust, exclamation of…….U-nalu keja. Down, below……………….U na-nie. Day after tomorrow…………U-naku-miatsku. Distance, long, far away……Iak-shik-tuk. DogSa-baccca. Date, Almanac……………..Shis-lak. Dog harness……………….Ela-kat.
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Hand……………………..Arkat, also Aig-what. Hot cakes, slap jacks………Alat-jes. Heavy…………………….Ak-tanak-tuk. Higher degree……………..Bic ber-becka-luni. HandkerchiefBla-tuk. Hurry up, go faster………..Chuka lutten. -Half……………………..Cup-muk. How many, how much…………Copt-jinik Half of…………………..Cu-pa. Heavy rope………………..Elaf-kuk. Hide, to bend……………..Laffa-lutten. Here……………………..Wai, also ma-na. Hair……………………..Nu jat. Head..Na-shuk. How, who………………….Nalima, nau-gau, e-na-ma. Hunting…………………..Shuk-tie, also Layik-shuk-tie. HatSla-bok. Hour, watch……………….Cha-sat. Hatchet..Ta-puluk. Horns…………………….Cherun-rak. Harpoon..Tak-shit. House.Domo. Hot, warm…………………Ukt-nactuk. HammerMallie-tuk. Holiday…………………..Bras snik.
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Good, all right……………A-shik-tuk. Great number, plenty……….Min-nuko, also Eme lik-tuk. Get out, brave…………….U-na. Go home…………………..Toa-lutten. Go to…………………….Akie, also Akink. Get out of the way…………Aw wa. Gone..Be-duk. Great, big, large………….Bul-shoi. Go ahead, to take………….Cita. Grouse……………………Cola baska. Give to me………………..Emik-rue. Go that way……………….Qachun. Goose.La-yik. Good (Russian)…………….Siabna. Gong……………………..Cheaw jak. Go ahead more……………..Chal-lie. Good day, greeting…………Chie-moca, also Chu-mia. Go away, to ebb……………Tie-ire-duk. Girl..Tueb-jouski. Grass.U-bou-gik. GunpowderBo-ruk. Gray wolf…………………Ca-yanie.
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Joking……………………Lingen aka. JacketBal-duk.
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Kiss, to kiss……………..Betchie-luko. Knife…………………….Nu-shuk. King salmon……………….Taria-kuk. KettleChij-nie. King Salmon River………….Cocto bik. Kulicadak River……………Culicu daknie. Key, lock, to lock…………Cluts-juk. Know, to think…………….Ba-nem mia. Keep quiet………………..Slades.
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Land otter………………..O-ka-ja. Large, big, great………….Bul-shoi. Letter, paper, book………..Cali-kam. Lock, to lock, key…………Cluts-juk. Linen, thread……………..Cluk-yak. Lie, to tell a lie…………Ek-lut. Liar……………………..Eklu ten. LegE-rut. Lead..Emar-ganuk. Load, loaded………………Emerk-tuk Leaf tobacco………………Ig-mik. Lamp..Lam-bak. Look out now………………Lengen-aka Lard..Man-tenka. Look, to see………………Ma-gut. Look here, listen………….Tauk-ru. Long distance……………..Iak-shik-tuk. Leave, to walk…………….A-jak-tuk.
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