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Be Mild, Warm Weather

Be Mild Weather  -ndenǫ   This verb root always stands alone.  It does not incorporate any noun roots.  There are related terms in Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora.   ayandenǫˀ             It became mild. [ah-yan-deh-non-on] a-                     factual -ya-                  feminine-zoic singular agent … Continue reading

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Summer Internship Opportunities: Hopewell Culture National Historic Park

Summer Internship Opportunities at Hopewell Culture National Historic Park. Click on the links below to see the flyer for each opportunity: Biological Science Technician Archeological Technician

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Be in, take out of the fire

Fire – (put or be) in   -ǫt-   yaˀndaˀtarǫtah             She bakes bread, cakes. [yan-an-dah-ah-tah-ron-tah] ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – she -ˀndaˀtar-         noun root – bread, cake -ǫt-                   verb root – put into fire -ah                   habitual aspect aˀwatindaˀtarǫtǫnyǫˀ       They (f) baked … Continue reading

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Be Great

Be Great -ižu-   This verb must always incorporate a noun.  It never appears on its own. hamęndižuˀ           He is great in voice, in authority; God. [hah-men-dee-zhoo-oo] ha-                   masculine singular agent – he -męnd-             noun root – voice, word … Continue reading

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