English to Mohegan


nail -hkas NA DEP nail, hoof, claw
name ahuy- VTA he calls him (something), names him usuwáyu- VII it is called, named usuwisu- VAI he is named, called wisuwôk NI name
nation wutaymôyin NI a nation
navel -iywi NI DEP navel, bellybutton
near ciwi ADV nearly, almost kuski PREP near, by, next to pasotshá- VAI he goes or comes near, approaches paswáhto- VII it is near
nearly ciwi ADV nearly, almost
neck -sucipuk NI DEP neck
need qináwusu-á VAI he needs, is wanting, is lacking
neighbor -côcitám NA DEP neighbor
nephew -yuqáhs NA DEP niece, nephew
nest wac NI a (bird’s) nest
net hashap NI net
never mutôm ADV never
new wuski- INIT new
newly wiski ADV ¹newly, new; ²young, ³in the beginning
news ôcimohkaw- VTA he tells something to someone, tells someone news or a story ôcimu- VAI he tells news, information, a story
next náhtôwi ADV second, next, for a second time
next to kuski PREP near, by, next to
nice day wiyôqat- VII it looks like good weather, it is a nice day
niece -yuqáhs NA DEP niece, nephew
night tápqá NI night
nine pásukokun NUM nine
ninety pásukokun-cahshuncák NUM ninety
ninth pásukokunut NUM ninth
no mutu PART no, not
no more PART past tense particle, used to, was and is no more
none mucáq PART nothing, none, not any, gone
noon pôhsqá- VII it is noon, midday
north nanumayo ADV north, northward
northward nanumayo ADV north, northward
nose -côy NI DEP nose
not sunamutu ADV adverb of asking, meaning ‘is it not?’
not any mucáq PART nothing, none, not any, gone
not yet ásqam PART before, not yet
nothing mucáq PART nothing, none, not any, gone
now iyo ADV now alternate: yo
nut wôpum NI chestnut ‘white nut’
nut shell wahakay NI nut shell, hull, husk, fish scale