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Zuñi Conversational Phrases for Travelers

Hello, my friends

Now / Yes (reply to greeting)

How have you (1 person) been?

How have you (2 people) been?

How have you (3 people) been?

Happy (reply to above)

Thank You

I'm going (good bye)

We (2) are going

We (3 or more) are going

May you (1) go happily

May you (2) go happily

May you (3 or more) go happily

It's a nice day

There's a slight breeze

Where do you live?

Over across there.

Don't you know the way?

No

Is this your house?

Yes. Enter

Thanks

Sit down

Who are you?

My name is ...

Is that so?

Let's (2 people) go

Where?

Who?

Go ahead

OK

Keshhi, hom a:kuwaye

Ke:si (a man), e: ( a woman)

Ko' do' dewanan deyaye?

Ko' don dewanan deyaye?

Ko' don dewanan a:deyaye?

K'ettsannishhi

Elahkwa

So' a:ne

Son a:ne

Son a:wa:ne

Do' k'ettsannish a:du

Don k'ettsannish a:du

Don k'ettsannish a:wa:du

Hish yado k'okshi

Binnakya ts'ana

Hop do' k'yakweye?

Lakkw iwa'hinakwi

Kwa'-sh do' dennabamme?

Ełła

Luk-sh dom k'yakwenne?

E:. Kwado

Elahkwa

I:mu

Chuwap do:'o?

Ho' ... leshhina

Ma:?

Si'ana

Hopbi?

Chuwabi?

Ma'

E:

 

Note - a vowel with : = long vowel
Ł or ł is like h & l produced at same time

 

 

An apostrophe indicates a sound stop,
like "uh-oh"

 

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