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    Suzizila
    Beady Eyed & Beautiful

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    I have the really cheap "Everyday Lakota An English- Sioux Dictionary for Beginners". It's the one I had to get for the class I took 9 years ago.

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  • billyjoejimbob
    Fat Singer

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    Which dictionary do you have? You should invest in the Beuchel Dictionary that they uses in the Lakota Colleges. It is about $30 but well worth it. I found one on ebay for 10 once.

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  • Suzizila
    Beady Eyed & Beautiful

  • Suzizila
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    Thanks, billyjoejimbob. My dictionary is very limited. I wish I had a better one.

    If anyone has something else to add here, I would really appreciate the help. Feel free to add any other comments, or sources where I could find answers. Thanks!:)

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  • billyjoejimbob
    Fat Singer

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    One meaning I've found out is that it means "it is sacred""sacred being" or broken down as Wakan(god) yeja(sent) broken down.

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  • Suzizila
    Beady Eyed & Beautiful

  • Suzizila
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    a Lakota language question

    Hi there! I have a beginner's knowledge of the Lakota language (only got to take Lakota Language I while working at OLL in Porcupine), so any help will be appreciated. My question is about the word "wakan yeja" (that is baby). I was checking in my notes to see if I had the two parts of the word broken down, but don't have anything. Wakan is no problem......it's yeja that I am wondering about. What does yeja mean? Thanks!

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