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Nipmuc

English

taubotne

thank you

kuttabotomish

I thank you.

netomp

friend

aquene

peace

mohtompan wunne

good morning

noo womantam kenauau

I love you.

Toh kuttinukketeam?

How are you?

Wunnikketeam taubotne.

I am fine, thanks.

Quttukquaquaw wunne.

Good afternoon.

Wunnonkquae wunne.

Good evening.

Nquit

one

neenash

two

nish

three

yoh

four

napanna

five

qutta

six

enada

seven

shwosuck

eight

napaskugit

nine

piuk

ten

o kah soh

mother

ooshoh

father

wemat-oh

brother

weetahtu-oh

sister

wu-nau

son

wut-taun-oh, wuttaunin

daughter

okummes

aunt

noosusses

brother

okummes

grandmother

wuttoochikkinneasin

grandfather

mik e nok

turtle

konkontu

crow

paukunnawwaw

bear

wompsikuk

eagle

ohomous

owl

namohs

fish

ausounch

skunk

ahtuk or attuck

deer

quanunon

hawk

tummunk

beaver

muckquashim

wolf

sokanon

rain

sochepo

snow

waban

wind

nepaz

Sun

nepauz pashpishau

Sunrise

wayont

Sunset

mooi

black

peshani

blue

ashkaski

green

musqui

red

weesoe

yellow

wompi

white

ukquanogquon

rainbow

Waj pashpishont onk yeu pa jeh wayont…

From sunrise to sunset

Wehpittittuk…

Let us eat together…

weatchimin

Corn (in the field)

Noohkik

Corn (roasted & ground)

Tuppuhquam-ash

Beans

Askutasquash

Squash

Wattahminneoh

Strawberry

Wuttonhkohkoominneonash

blackberries

Chikkup or miahquawtuck

Cedar

Wompumus

Chestnut

Wenom-in

grapes

Mequan

feather

Yote or nooteau

fire

Pummukaonk

Dance

Saup

Tomorrow

Wunnonkou

yesterday

The table above provided by Cheryl Watching Crow Stedtler