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Posted by on October 26, 2013 in CATV 47 Blog

 

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Cheyenne Bible


Cheyenne Bible

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2013 in CATV 47 Blog

 

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Cheyenne language tools on the Internet


By Wayne Leman in Tsêhésenêstsestôtse – The Cheyenne Language Community (Files)
Cheyenne language tools on the Internet:

Indian names: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6578278/Indian%20Names.doc
Install Cheyenne dictionary with sound files on a (Windows) computer: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6578278/CheyenneDictionarySetup.exe
Install Cheyenne dictionary with sound files on Mac or Windows computers: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6578278/CheyenneDictionaryMacPC.exe
Cheyenne keyboard (for Windows computer): http://tinyurl.com/CheyenneKeyboardSetup
Cheyenne Bible translation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/94m0h86p3zqn4kj/CheyenneBible.pdf
Cheyenne dictionary online: http://www.cdkc.edu/cheyennedictionary/index.html
Cheyenne books on Lulu.com website for Chief Dull Knife College: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/cdkc
freelang Cheyenne dictionary: http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/cheyenne.php
Cheyenne Language Web Site: http://webspace.webring.com/people/cc/cheyenne_language/
Cheyenne Picture Dictionary: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6578278/CheyennePictureDictionary.pdf
Cheyenne picture dictionary online: http://www.fortunecity.com/victorian/song/1147/cheypics.htm
Petter’s dictionary with personal comments in the margins: http://www.bethelks.edu/mla/holdings/scans/petter_dict/
Petter’s dictionary (a better quality scan): http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015025866867
Petter’s dictionary, complete PDF file to download; this is the filename, not a download link; the download link is in the left margin of the preceding link in this document: mdp.39015025866867.pdf
Lenora Holliman’s Cheyenne alphabet used in Oklahoma: http://www.angelfire.com/ok3/dogg/language.html

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2013 in CHEYENNE LANGUAGE

 

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A Bear Story


A Bear Story
by Joe Walksalong Sr.

Hé’tóhe hétsetseha tséto’sêhóhta’haovatsése, náxhóhta’haova na’êstse hetane.
Mó’ôhkeméhaeta’eévêháeémôhónêhevóhe. Naa némâhehéne’enánone kâsováaheho mó’ôhkene’sêhehevóhe ho’évohkôtse tsé’ôhkêho’âhénove.
Tsêhéóhe Hoxo’ôhtséo’hé’e tsé’ôhkêhestohe. Nêhéóhe móhnêxhéemôhónêhevóhe. Mó’oseeméoasetahoehevóhe. Móhna’hehevóhe kâsováaheho.
Naa táxeto tséne’éšêho’eohtsevôse éta’eoseeháo’o’enêstse vénôho’kohtsêstse, menôtse tsé’ôhkêhoe’to. Móhéva tonóéva, mó’éšeto’setonévêhanéhe tsé’ôhkêhe’šeéxâho’ta menôtse. Hénêhéóhe tósa’e tséstaametáhoevôse mó’oseeháo’oe’tóhanevótse menôtse. Móstâšeeononá’eestôhanevótse menôtse, éohkêhevoone.
Naa na’êstse néhe kâsovááhe, “Táaxa’e, nátâhéoné’âhtanôtse éóéšeéxâho’ta,” móxhehéhe. Naa móstatšêhešetáhoehéhe. Hetáhoestoto móhnâhahétanôhevóhe, kahkêse móho’nótonêšêho’etáhoo’êstse.
Naa nêhe’še móhnêhetôhevóhe néhe tsévé’ôhtsémose, “Táaxa’e, naa éto’énome néma’aatánó’e. Kahkêse tanêšetsêhe’ohtse!” móxhehéhe.
Naa móstâhómevonêhnêhéhe. Héne menôtse móstâhéoné’âhtôhenótse. Naa tséstâho’ehnêse kahkêse náhkohe móxhoehéhe. Móhnêxhóenóhta’o’toehevóhe. Tsêhéóhe móstaée’áhanomaehevóhe, he’âhtseneva móssóhponenéotsêhéhe.
Naa tséhnêhétôse na’êstse móstama’xeamâxêhéhe néhe kâsovááhe. Naa na’êstse kahkêse móstó’omemâsôhevóhe néhe náhkôhóho.
Naa móhnêhetôhevóhe hevésenóho, “Névé’momó’otse! He’kotsešêstse!”
Móxhómevonêhenêhéhe. Tsêhéóhe mó’oenomóvôhéhe heme’ko. Naa móššéxanomóvôhéhe tséstaohkemámôhevotsese véesôtse tséhvé’šepâhonoe’to héne móššéxanôhéhe. Móhnêhešêšéxanomóvôhéhe hevéesôtse.
Naa héne tsé’éenêhešeáahtómo náoseepévátsésta. Néohkêhéne’enovóneo’o heséeotséve’ho’e, éohkeéetsêhetâxovao’o. Móhno’keovóenêhestâhévone’evêhéhe, náohkêhešetano. Héne náoseepévátsésta tséxhóhta’haonéto. Naa táaxa’e nátaohkeévêhósêstanôtse, náhešetano, ka’êškóneho tseohkeéeáahtanovôtse. Hena’háanéhe tsé’éenêhešemé’êstomóhévôse ka’êškóneho.
Hahóo.

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2013 in CHEYENNE LANGUAGE

 

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