Category Archives: Language

Bearing with the Wyandotte Language

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A Time for Wyandottes to ‘Gather’

By Lloyd Divine Wyandotte Nation
 Culture Committee Chairman This year we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Wyandotte Nation Pow-Wow. I invite you to come and learn the traditions and history of pow-wow, and how it fits into our … Continue reading

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Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 4

In this installment of the language blog, let’s move onto three more consonants: ʔ, ⁿd, and ⁿg. The first one is called a glottal stop, because to pronounce it you stop the air from coming out of your throat by … Continue reading

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Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 3

The last two language blogs were about the pronunciation of the vowels, oral vowels in Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 1, and nasal vowels in Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 2. This time we’re moving on to the consonants. Most of the consonants are … Continue reading

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