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04:49 Feb 24, 2009
English to Dakota translations [Non-PRO]
Genealogy
English term or phrase: Grandmother
I want to know how to say/spell Grandmother in the Dakota language.
Shannon Haight
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3uciwayeki
Andrew Vdovin


  

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grandmother
uciwayeki


Explanation:
Pronounced as "uchiwayeki". But you can only use this term talking about yout own grandmother. For "your grandmother", its's nikusiki ("nikushiki"), and for "his/her grandmother", it's kusitkuki ("kishitkuki").

Andrew Vdovin
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Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
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