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Mvskoke Word List

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Mvskoke Language

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Mvskoke English
hahkv boogeyman
haketv to make a noise
hakkuce spoon
halo tin can
halosvkatv cottonmouth
hayetv to make
hece tobacco
hecetv to see, look
hekokketv to hiccup
heleshayv medicine maker
helokhakv black gum (tree)
Helvpe Hillabee
heno maple
here good
heruse pretty
hetute ice
heyv this, here
hiye hot
hocefkv name
hocowv belly button
hokase ashy, chapped
hokkolen two
hokpe chest
hokte woman
hoktvke women
holatte blue
holattuse purple
hompetv to eat
hompetv noricv cook
homuce pepper
honece wild
honerv north (older term)
honnv dress
honvntake men
honvnwv man, male
hopoyetv to look for
hotcicetv to write
hotvle wind
Hotvle Hvse February
hotvle rakko tornado
Hotvlkvlke Wind clan
hueretv (one) to stand
hvce skotkv scissortail (also hvce yakpv)
hvce sesterahv scorpion (also hvce fvkote)
hvcko ear, ears
hvkihketv to cry
Hvlpvtvlke Alligator clan
hvlwe high
hvlwe tvlofv heaven
hvmken one
hvnvcelv meadow lark (also hokpe lane)
hvresse moon
hvrpe skin, outer covering: bark, shell, etc.
hvrpetvkvcwe armadillo (also svmpvhayv)
hvrvnwv falcon
hvse sun; month
hvsossv east
hvsvthvke clean (of two or more)
hvsvtke clean
hvtce river, stream
hvtecce! wait!
hvthvke white (of two or more)
hvtke white
hvtke tekfvnkv bald eagle
hvtvm again
hvtvm cehecares I will see you again, good-bye
hvyayvketv to shine
Hvyo Rakko August
Hvyuce July

**DISCLAIMER
Realizing the different dialects in the Muscogee language, the Muscogee Language Program Committee had to determine the dialect to be used for the language instruction.  The selections for the pronunciation and spelling may or may not be your customary way of pronouncing the word.  The dialect chosen is not to diminish other dialects nor does it mean there is a right or wrong way to pronounce those particular words.  It does mean, however, the program had to elect one way to teach and say the word to enable consistency in teaching the language.  Therefore, it was a committee decision for the pronunciations in the Muscogee Language Program curriculum.

This page is being provided by the Mvskoke Language Program to be of value to those who want to learn to speak Mvskoke.

Mvskoke Language Program
PO BOX 580
Okmulgee, OK 74447

(918) 732-7649

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