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Abnaki-Penobscot Body Parts




nbeskwan



ndolka




nelagwad




nzid
nhaga



ndeb



npedin



nelji


nk˘d








ndebkwanal



nanowa



nj˘l



nd˘pikan



nelidegw˘n



nsizegw




ntawagw




ndon

Click here for a printable classroom worksheet.
Click here for a lesson on using possessive prefixes with Abnaki-Penobscot body parts
Click here for an Abnaki-Penobscot pronunciation guide.



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Additional Resources

The Language of Basket Making
Abenaki-Penobscot
Abenaki Indian words
Abenaki animals
Native American Words
The Abanaki
The Penobscot

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