"Indian Words" Dictionary, 1839

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Indian Words. Clarks place, St Andrews Bay, West Florida. 1839. R.W. Foote, Rens. W. Foote April 11, 1839

Numbers up to Ten

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Hah-mi
Hope-co
Toot-chee
Ose-ten
Cha-kepin
Epah-kin
Colah-pahkin
Cheenah-pah-kin
Ose-tah-pah-kin
Pahlin - - - - -

Martin, Mauldin, A Dictionary of Creek/Muskogee:

  • One hvmken
  • Two hokkolen
  • Three tuccenen
  • Four osten
  • Five cahkepen
  • Six epaken
  • Seven kolvpaken
  • Eight cenvpaken
  • Nine ostvpaken
  • Ten palen

A

A fine day — Nitlah-hee-lin

An old man — Ach-o-lee

A Young man — mi-nitttah-tee

An old woman — Ach-o-lee

Arm — Co-che

Are you sick? — E-no-cah

Aunt — Sats-co-chee

Another — Hum-cha-ta

B

Bread — Tock-a-li-kee

Bird — Fore-swah

Brother — Choth-lah-hah

Beads — Cugh-nah-wot

Black — Laus-tee

Boy — See-pah-no-see

Ball — Poko[x]

Bucket — To-mot-ka

Bad — Olywaugin

Bite him — Ok-cus-chee

Bear — No-ko-see

Be still — Ha-heeth-los-cha

Bad Man — Ho-non-wah-oliwaugis

Boat — Pithlo

Big — Thlock-ha-ta

C

Corn — Ah-chee

Cold — Kugh-shop-pee-tah

Come here — Atch-chee

Come dance — Oth-tee-o-pon-nus-cha

Creek — Haught-chee

Cow — Wah-kah

Cousin — Ah-hope-wee-wah

Comb — Skah-skah

Come with me — Ah-ho-hitch-cha

Cut it — Lof-cus-cha

Candle — Cole-kee

Catch — E-sus-cha

D

Do you think So? — Momes-nea[?]

Dog — E-fah

Deer — E-cho

Deer skin — E-cho-hoth-le-pee

Don’t want none — Chee-ah-chee-co

Daughter — Chat-hose-tee

Dirty — Laustee-tah

Drunk — Chah-hahts-cha

Do you smoke? — E-chee-mo-kites-co-chee

E

Eat it — Humpus

Eye — Cha-tole-wah

Enough — Tittah, or Tittahz

F

Feet — Chaslee

Fire — Tote-kah

Father — Chaul-kee

Fish — Thah-lo

Face — Cho-to-lo-fah

Fall Winter — Clah-po-chee

G

Good Corn — Ah-chee-hainth-lin

Give it to me — Ah-mischt-cha

Give me the ball — Pokon-ah-mischt-cha

Give me a Candle — Col-kee-nah-mischt-cha

Good man — Hais[?]

Good — Hay-lis

Go away — E-ti-nosse

Girl — Hoke-tugh-chee

Give — E-mos-chee

Get it — Lee-sus-chee

Give me a dram — Noke-will-cah

Gone Deer hunting — Acho-ho-po-otch-cha

Give me — Sots-cha

H

Handkerchief — Notes-kah

How do you do? — Ah-lits-ka-sah

Hot — Hi-e-tah

How far is it? — Ho-pi-e-tee

Hair — Tee-wah

Hand — Chong-kay

Head — Chee-kah

House — Choko

Home — Cholocko

Have you got any name? — Chi-ah-hif-cah

How long you be gone? —

How many days? — Nit-tah-natchomin?

Heres a good fire — Tote-cah-hee-lin

Hallow — Aye-lah

Hold it — Hallot-us-cha

How many have you got? — Natchomin-o-gits-cah

Here I am — E-noth-lice-cha

Hard — Wun-hittah

How much? — Natchomah

How many? — Natchomatch-cah

He’s sick — E-nokes-che

How do you do? — Aâts-ka-shah?

Half — Noth-cugh-pah

Have you got any? — Otes-kah

Hear the Birds Sing — Foreswah-hak-kus-cha

J

Jump — Toscus-cha

K

Knife — Lof-cugh

L

Look out — Hah-mah

Long — shop-kee-tah<s/>

<s>Let me see it — Heigh-cha-lest

Leg — Hah-fee

Let him alone — Wi-cughs-cha

Look there! — Heegees-cha

Long — Chop-kee

Let me see it — He-choth-lonmus-cha

Laugh — Hah-pil-cugh

M

Money — Tuckanouwah

Morning — Hot-i-ot-kee

Mouth

Make a light

Meat — Oppis-swah

Moon — Hahs-lee-see

Moss — Ah-chone-wah

Make haste — Lup-cus-cha

Mouth — Choke-o-wah

Mother — Chats-kee

Make a light — Colitch-us-chee

Mile — Ah-keeth-cah

Man — Ho-man-wah

N

Nose — E-o-po

None at all — Shooks-chee

No you shan’t — Min-co-tast

Never mind it — Ist-toe-skamitcht-cah

Night — Mo-yonny-thlee

Nobody shall hurt you — Nah-pah-chisto-micht-choocks-cha

O

Oyster — Utt-lee-no

Oyster — Ho-EEth-lee-co

Old — Cho-lah-tee

P

Physic — E-liss-wah

Pin — Cah-hah-co-chee

Pipe — Chee-pock-o-wah

Q

R

Red — Chah-tee

River — Wee-lock-co

Rice — Alosho

Run — Leek-cus-chee

S

Sky — Sootah

Soft — Lee-wats-kee

Stone — chatto

Sun — Hah-see

Star — Cogee-chum-pah

Sister — Chah-one-wah

Son — Sap-o-chee

Smoke — Ete-co-chee

Sing a War song — Hoth-lee-hi-kee-tah

Sugar — Shukolah

Sewing — Chah-hole-cugh

Sour Wood — tuck-ah-shah-pah [to cure the tooth-ache, by holding a piece of the Wood to the tooth.]

Stop — Ho-eth-lus-cha

See! it has rained too much — Osekee-tit-tah

Sit down — Like-us-chee

Sunday — Nittah[x]-tuyh-chock-o-cha

Short — Ko-chunck-a-m/nuss-see

So many — Tittah-e-mos-cha

Sing a song — Hi-kee-tah

Swine — O-mi-us-cha

Steamboat — Tote-kah-pithlo

Summer — Miskee

Spring — Tah-shot-chee

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T

Take that bucket and carry it. — Tomot-ki-si-us-cha

Too little — Sont coste

Too much — Ah-hith-lee-mawst

Thick — Chick-fee

Thin — Tus-co-chee

Toe — Lee-wee-sah-cugh

There he goes — Yee-am-e-naughz.

There it is — Yee-ah-no-gis

There they come — Allawks-cha

There he comes — Allaw-gus-cha

There she comes — Okee-tee-Allaw-gus-cha

Tomorrow — Pock-cete

Take — E-[__]-chus-cha

Tell ___ to come here — Ah-tick-us-cha

To-day — Mo-cha-nete-tah

Throat — Chee-nock-wif-pah

Teeth — Chin-no-tee

Take — Nis-keese

Tobacco — E-chee

U

Uncle — Chap-pah-wak

V

Very well — Aâth-li-est-che

Vest — Cah-poo-chee

W

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Will you? — Momee-ta

Water — Wee-wah

Woods — Soloto-feh

What will you ask? — Nogin-ah-po-hitch-cah

What will you take? — Natch-o-mee-tee?

Where are they? — Eest-tah-meen-ful-lee-tee?

Wood — Gtto.

Wife — Chugh-hi-wah

Where are you going? — Stun-aughts-chah?

What will you give? — Innatch-omin-tee?

What do you want? — Nogin-chee-ah-chah?

Where did you see it? — Nogin-heech-chugh-cah?

What’s your name, ‘’or’’, What’s the name of that? — Nogin-chee^o^-hif-cal[?]tce — or, Nogin-gah-gif-co-day

Why don’t you go too? — Nogisto-men-i-ich-keko?

What’s the matter? — Stomah

Where? or Where is it?

What did it look like? — Noy-e-o-mah-[__]

We won’t do it — Mee-chahko-losse

White — Hot-ka

Will it rain today? — Meech-chah-nit-tah-ose-kah-lee-tee

What are they doing? — Nogin-isto-mitch-cah?

Where are they? — Istah-mah-tee?

What are you crying for? — Hah-hi-kee-tah?

What have you got? — Pokonocklah-wah-ta-geugh?

Whip him — Tipcus.

What’s that? — Nogadee

Where are? — Ist-tah-ta

Who gave it to you? — Istah-cheemah [ ]

Wolf — Yee-hak

Where did you get it? — Stuma-shits-cah

Who is that for? — Statto-mah

Where is your Sister? — Chee-one-let-kee-pah *see below

Where do you live? — Istun-chin-li-kee-tah-ta?

Where are they all? — Stun-ful-ho-yee-tee

What do you say? — Nock-o-mock-is-cah

[__________]

Where are you? — Stah-nah-lits-cah

[__________]

Where is your sister? — Che-wun-wah-stan-li-cah? *see above

What do you want? — Yong-co-mits-cah?

What Day? — Mo-chanete-tah-sto-fah?

Well — Ho.

Whats the matter with you? — Sto-mocks-cha?

What did you hurt him for? — Stonugh-kites-cah

Wash your face — Cho-to-loifah-o-ko-chus-cha

Wash your — O-ko-chus-cha

Warm — Hi-E-mos-cha

Wind — Ho-tah-lee

Who are you laughing at? — Stan-li[s]tes-hah-pil-cugh — ‘’or’’— Stan-hah-pil-lites-cugh

Clahfo — Winter

Winter — Clahfo.

Y

Yes — Eng-kah.

You are a lazy fellow — Chon-hith-lee-maus-cha

Yellow — Lah-nee

Yes I will go — I-gi-[ast]

Yesterday — Pock-sung-ay

Yes — Momus-cha

You may have it — See-pus-cha



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