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1 KV KSKA 1NDI AJV DICTIONARY COMPILED BY CHARLES A. LEE PUBLISHED BY LOWMAN& HANFORD STATIONERY AND PRINTING CO. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. COPYRIGHTED 1896

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3 Aleutian DICTIONARY COMMON WORDS IN THE DIALECTS OK THE ALEUTIAN INDIAN LANGUAGE AS SPOKEN BY THE OOGASHIK, EGASHIK, EGEGIK, ANANGASHUK AND MISREMIK TRIBES AROUND SULIMA RIVER AND NEIGHBORING PARTS OF THE ALASKA PENINSULA. COMPILED BY CHARLES A. LEE. OOGASHIK, PUBLISHED BY LOWMAN & HANFORD STATIONERY & PRINTING CO. SEATTLE, WASH.

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5 PREFACE. The author, in placing this little book before the public, feels that in so doing he adds his mite to the useful and timely literature of the day. The ground has not been covered before, travelers in and all the Alaskan Peninsula will appreciate to its fullest extent the purpose of this work. The aborigines of this far away country have no written language, and this work aims to put before the traveler or trader a means of communication with this people which it is hoped will be of mutual benefit to both. Many years of residence in this country and thorough familiarity with its people, have, we believe, well equipped us for the realization of our task. THE AUTHOR.

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7 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Anchor Arrow Arm Anger, exclamation of Almanac, date Above, up All right, good Ahead, go, to take A Cets-yuk. Rakik-vit. Tat lik. E-ke. Shis-lak. Mia. A-shik-tuk. Cita. a 11 ~~. ~ / Beachie-mnk. All gone 4 R,, ' \ or Beduk. Bad, ugly, no good By and by, soon, after Beer-made of flour B Asi-duk. Ataku Mii-cooloe [ {or Bi-vak. Big, large, great Bul-shoi Beaver Ba-luk-tak. Beans Bo-bik. Bread \9r'/f k ' { Clip-par. ''

8 6 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Breast Cat-gat. Box, chest Ca-sik. Butter Boy, young man Bag, pouch Black, sunburnt Mus-lik. Malt-jiska. Mu-shuk. Rap-kie. Biscuit Shuko-lenik. Brush Charie-duk. Bear Ta go ga % Bring, here Blankets Tie-de-kruk. U-lik. Bend, to hide Laffa-lutten. Building, house Damo. Brave, get out Believe, to think Break, to spoil Buy, to sell Book, paper, letter Below, down Boat Bless, to cross Beluga or white whale Bacon Barrel, keg c U-na. Ba-talie. Cup-li-ku. Ca-bu-skak. Cali-kam. U-na-nie. Ba-lia. Ma-lish-ie. Ba-tuku. Shit-Dinkie. Bou-ska. Codfish Chewing tobacco Cartridge A-te-pa. Agolo-kuluk. Batlouk.

9 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Cover, to cover Church Coffee Close by, short distance Church warden.-.ba-tua. Chur-ko. Caffie-amuk. Lak-shini-tuk. Sta-rosta. Calico Shit-sak % Coal U-khe. Coal oil, preacher Ca-shak. Cry, to make noise Cia lu-ten. Carry Elak-yuk. Cross, to bless Ma-lish-ie. Clean, to drink Shak-shak. Cap, hat Sla-bak. Cold, old, year, winter Snik. Chief, king Ty-on. Come here Tia-lutten. Cup Chie-shak. Change Uk-liku. Come, to return Atieirie-rie-kuk. Cooking, pot As-juk. Capsize, to turn over Baluk-liku. Cooper Bou-skie. Coat La-mie. D Door, to shut the door Batu-luko. Deer Elinec. Dried Salmon Ehku-lanie. Dance, festivity Que-elat.

10 8 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Dislike, exclamation of Don't drop that. Dig, to mine, mineral Chin. Chak-enilshu. Com-juk. Drilling, sheeting Mit-kalie. Don't know. Mat lonn. Drink, to Clean Shak-shak. Duck Shako lu-%en. Disgust, exclamation of U-nalu keja. Down, below Unanie. Day after tomorrow U-naku-miatsku. Distance, long, far away Iak-shik-tuk. Dog Sa-bacca. Date, Almanac -~ Dog harness Shis-lak. Ela-kat. Empty, nothing Bu-kau-coku. -nv_ f Ca yaunk, also Egg \Ma-nik. Bat, strychnine Qi-shak. Engine, machinery, reloading tools Ma-shin-ak. Extinguish Nipo-muko. Ears Tin-duk. Ebb, to go away Te-ire-duk. Enough Tawia. Fishing boat Father K Ba-lia. Baba rat.

11 Finger Fire ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. 9.Cuni-umen* Ca-nak. Fill up with water Enter isna. Foot Et-kat. Faraway, long distance Qak shik-tok. Festivity, dance.. Fur Flour Frying-pan Fetch here Fish, salmon Good, all right G Que-elat. Musk-roa. Mti-kak. Skal-tuk. Toe-skin. Ariba, also Sa-yak. A-shik-tuk. r^. i -,. f Min-nuko. also Great number, plenty \Emelik-tuk. Get out, brave U-na. Go home Toa-lutten. Goto Akie, also Akink. Get out of the way Aw wa. Gone Be-duk. Great, big, large Bul-shoi. Go ahead, to take Cita. Grouse Cola baska. Give to me Emik-rue. Go that way Qachun. Goose La-yik. Good (Russian) Slabna. Gong... Cheaw jak.

12 ' IO ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Go ahead more Good day, greeting Go away, to ebb Girl Grass Gunpowder Gray wolf H Chal-lie. {g ~ ** Tie-ire-duk. Tueb-joiiski. U-bougik. Bo-ruk. Ca-yanie. Hand H^'*'*> t Aig-what. Hot cakes, slapjacks Alat-jes Heavy Ak-tanak-tuk. Higher degree Bic ber-becka-luni* Handkerchief Bla-tuk. Hurry up, go faster Chuka lutten. Half Cupniuk. How many, how much Copt-jinik. Half of Cu-pa. Heavy rope Elaf-kuk. Hide, to bend Laffa-lutten. Here Wai, also ma-na. Hair Ntijat. Head Na-shuk. SNalima, nau-gan, How, who \e-na-ma. t-t.. I Shuk-tie, also Hunting \Layik-shuk-tie.

13 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Hat Hour, watch Hatchet Horns Harpoon House Hot, warm Hammer Sla-bok. Cha-sat. Ta puluk. Cherun-rak. lak-shit. Domo. Ukt-?iactuk. Mallie-tuk. Holiday Bras snik % I I thank you (Russian) Bassiepa. I will not Buft-jini-toa. I don't like to Beningenrituk. Ill humor Comak tnk. I thank you for what I ate Co-yana. Inside, in the house Ca-manie. I give to you Cun-nie. In In iiku. I don't know Nat-loun. In that direction I-gai. In the village Co-nan-nie. I, me Min-gee. J Joking Jacket Lingen aka. Balduk.

14 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. K Kiss, to kiss Knife King salmon Kettle King Salmon River Kulicadak River Key, lock, to lock Know, to think Keep quiet Betchie-luko. Nu-shuk. Taria-kuk. Chij-nie. Cocto bik. Culicu daknie. Cluts-juk. Ba-nem mia. Stades. Land otter O-kaja. Large, big, great Bul-shoi. Letter, paper, book Cali-kam. Lock, to lock, key Cluts-juk. Linen, thread Cluk-yak. Lie, to tell a lie Ek-lut. Liar Eklu ten. E-ruk. Leg Lead Load, loaded Leaf tobacco Lamp Look out now Lard Look, to see Emar-ganuk. Emerk-tuk. Ig-mik. Lambak. Lengen-aka. Man-tenka. Ma-gut.

15 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. 13 Look here, listen Long distance Leave, to walk Tauk-ru. Iak-sliik-tuk. A-jak-iuk. -.., ( Men-nuco, also Much, many, very \An-gte. Make, to work Ala-bur-tut. Molosses Bata-kak. Mink Copt-jik-shak. Mad, angry Comuk-tuk. Mine, mineral, to dig Com-juk. Moccasins Comuk-saks. Moon, mouth Ira-luk. Mittens Lum-shuks. Many years to you, a new year's greeting Men-nuco-elatta. Machinery, engine, reloading gear Mashin ak. Mast, pole, stick Matches Match Money, to pay Mighty, strong Me, I Mouth Make noise, to cry More Moose Na-pak-tet. Spit-kanik. Spit-ska. linkie. Tul-ril-nik. Win-gee. Can-nent. Cia-luten. Challie. Tun-tun.

16 14 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. N No good, bad Native one man canoe Native two man canoe Native three man canoe Native skin overcoat Asi-dnk. Ca-yak. Ca-yak-bak. By-darkey. Barkey. Native water-proof Cama-linka. Native earth house Bearra-berrie. Nothing, empty Bukafi-kuka. Noise, disturbance Cia-luten No Neito also conga. y Nail, nails Now Outside Oilskin Over night, sleep-- Over there Out of Old, year, winter o Ek-yuk-tel. Noo-lun. Ok-man nie. Cama-linka. Counk-tuk. Can-nia. In-liku. Snik. F> Pants Pound Pay, money Plenty, great number Ut-ruks. Ush-hak. Tinkie. Eme-lik-luk.

17 Pot cooking Farents Pillow Preacher, coal oil Pike Paper, book, letter ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Asjuk, An-jiat jie. Be tuska. Ca-shak. Cal rek. Cali-kam. Potatoes Cal-tucket. Primers Cap-silak. Pocket Cat manie. Pain sick Coup tuk. Pour out, to Ela luko. Pull out of. in, to In-liku. Push Chin-liku. Pouch, bag. Mu-shuk. Pole, mast, stick Na pak-tet. Pipe. Truth-ka. Plate Put it down Right, here, there Return, to come Revolver Red fox Red rock -n R Tous-jik. Tlek-hue, Wia. At-tieriekuk. Pistol-tak. Canel lenuk. Lis-sissa. n f Russu, also Rabbit Rope -^gjj-gt ana ]z Us kanat. Bla-diii ag.

18 l6 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Shut up Sloop Schooner, vessel Schooner, two masts Schooner, three masts Stick, mast, pole Salt pork Sugar, sweet Sunburnt, black Stocking Shot gun Scissors Sheeting See, to look Soap Small, little Spoon Shirt Strong, mighty Salt Shot Shoes Soldier Second chief Sit down Cayaka-yni, Skoon-ik. Skoon-ik. { Cayak-bak \ Skoon-ik. SBydarkey \ Skoon-ik. Na pak-tet. Shit-dinkie. Shak-alak. Rap kie Re-ik-tik. Na tuta. Nu-shu shuk. Mit kalie. Ma gut. Me-lak. Ma-linkie. Lu-shaka. Luma-han. Tul-ril-nik. Tarie-uk. Tlo-pit. Sol-ka-ya. Sol-da-tat. Sa-ga-sik. {ie C lwten a TeT ' "^

19 Sun, day Swan Sea otter ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. 17 Slap-jacks, hot- cakes Steamer Smoking tobacco Smoke to smoke Stove..- Snuff, tobacco box Sabbath, holiday Saw, to saw Shinor-huk. Shakola. Acht-nak. Alatjes. Bala-kuta. Bouj-wak. Bo-jnk. SBUto^also \Ca minak. Bluska. Bras-snik. Bilok. Sail, tent Blat-ka. Sleep one night--... Connk-tuk. Snore. Cona-jak % Spoil, to break Cup-liku. Sell, to buy Cabu-shctk. Speak, to tell Cop-rit. Spyglass Crino etuk. Sleigh dog Crik-mit. Skates, to skate Can gik. Sick pain Capu tuk. Squirrel Can ganit. Strychnine, eat Io shak. Seal Short distance Sleigh Store Shovel to shovel I-shor-it. Iak shini-tuk. /-com eak. La/ ka. La patka.

20 l8 To come, to return ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. T At-tierie-kuk. *ta -. -, f Accoma-luten, also To sit down Sea _ d S To make, to work Ala-bur-tut. r~ To go ~~ t,,^ home. f Aniten, also j 7ba-/«/«i To travel, to get out An-na. To leave to walk Ayak-tuk. To smoke, smoke Bo-yuk. To kiss, kiss Betchie-luko. To saw, saw Bilok. To cover, cover Ba-tua. Tent, sail Blat-ka, To understand, to know Banie-mia. To capsize, to turn Buluk-likuk. To think, to believe Ba-talie. To take, to go ahead Ciia. To break, to spoil Cup-liku. To buy, to sell Ca-bushak. To trap, trap Coup canie. To speak, to tell --Cop-rit. To cry, to make noise Cia-luten. To lock, lock, key Cluts-juk. To mine, mineral, to dig -- Com-juk. To sea, to travel Cayak-eluten. To skate, skate Can gik % Trader Co-peska. Thread, linen Cluk-yak.

21 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. 19 To lie, falsehood Ek-lutten. To pour out - Elak-luko. To carry to Elak-yuk. To fill up with water Emer-reis-na. To load, loaded Emerk-tuk. To undress Enak-ten. To eat, also strychnine -To shak. To pull out of, in In-liku, To hide, to bend Lajfa-luten. To cross, to bless - Ma lish-ie Tanned sealskin Muk luk. To see, to look Ma-gut. To-morrow din no ko. That, this Ma na. To extinguish Nipa-lima. To drink, to clean Shak-shak. Table Stu-lik. Tea Chy.alsoChy aniuk To go away, to ebb Tie-ire-duk. Tidewater Ta-nuk. Teeth U-dit, alsout-jank. To change Uk-liku. There, right, here Wai. To-day Nu-tun. Thank you Que ena. U Understand, to know-- Banie-niia. Under, open heaven, outside--.cla-inie. Up town, in the village Con ante. Undress Enak ten.

22 20 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Very Village Vessel V w An-gle. A nit. Skoonik. Work, to make Ala-bur-tut. Whale 1 Aror-un. Walk, to leave Ayak-tuk. Wind Ak lak. Wind, N. W. Cla-nik. Wind, N. R Wa-shak. Wind, S. W Wa-gak. Wind, S. K. Un-gal-lak. White whale, or beluga Batu-ku. Water-proof Carna-linak. Who, whose, whom Cina. Water Muka-muk. Wood Mo-ruk. Wolverine Mats-jaroalik. Where Na-ma. Whetstone Winter, cold, old, year Naru vik. Snik. Watch, hour.. - { &S?* * What do you say What do you want Woman, wife Tia-cia-lou. Tie-ens-lou. Tar-link.

23 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. Whiskers Warm, hot Whiskey (Russian) Welcome Yes Yard You, yours Young man, boy Y Un-gia. Ukt-nak tuk. Wodka. Qee-enaduk. A-A. far-dak. Spit. Maltjiska.

24 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. NUMBERS AND MONEY. I. Atrik, lomik, Iok. 2. Malruk, nik, aipia. 3- Panioon, pania. 4. Staman. 5- Tatliman. 6. Aig-hung, lingen. 7- Maltromik. 8 Engluligen. 9- Coulati-anuk. 10. Cola, colnik. 14. Stamanik. 15. Tatlimanik. 20. Swie-nak En-javak % MONEY. 5 Cents Shit-veldak % Ruble. 10 Cents Cupa cupmuk % Ruble. 20 Cents Agiemuky atrik 1 Ruble. 30 Cents Apia cupliku 1% Rubles. 50 Cents Penioon cupliku 2}i, Rubles. 100 Cents Tatliman cupliku 5 Rubles. Money always expressed in rubles.

25 ALASKA INDIAN DICTIONARY. 23 APPENDIX. It is the custom among these people to give persons and companies a name in their own language. Here is a list of a few who have been re-christened: Mr. A. Garrick Attegen* Mr J. Ledger Cumjak. Mr. H. Osborn Patik. Mr. F. Kinger Camlulinuk. Mr. P. Engell Pangenhacte. Mr. Chas. A. Lee Tyeechuka-lutten Capt. Johnson Bulshoie, Capitamk Capt. Heegaard Miktuk Capitanik. Capt Haze {^Sh!**"*' ^ Alaska Commercial Co Companishak. Wrangel Cujuju ganiuk. Trading posts on the Bering f Misremie. Chikong, sea side of peninsula \ Anangashook. Interior trading Ekegik. Pilot station on Sulima river Iyis amuk. Alaska Commercial Co., Headquarters Mushigak.

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