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Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Mikasuki (Miccosukee) Words

Welcome to our Miccosukee vocabulary page! Miccosukee is a Muskogean language, related to other languages like Choctaw and Creek. We have included twenty basic Miccosukee words here, to compare with related American Indian languages. You can find more Miccosukee Indian words in our online picture glossaries. If you'd like to know a word that is not in these wordlists, you can take part in our Indian translations fundraiser or visit our main Mikasuki language site for more free resources.

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Mikasuki Word Set

English (Français) Mikasuki words
One (Un) Lha:min
Two (Deux) Toklan
Three (Trois) Tocci:nan
Four (Quatre) Osta:kan
Five (Cinq) Cahappa:kan
Man (Homme) Nakni
Woman (Femme) Tayki
Dog (Chien) I:fi
Sun (Soleil) Ha:si
Moon (Lune) Ni:lha:si
Water (Eau) O:ki
White (Blanc) Hatki
Yellow (Jaune) Lakni
Red (Rouge) Kitisci
Black (Noir) Lo:ci
Eat (Manger) Impa
See (Voir) Hica
Hear (Entendre) Hakla

Click here to see Mikasuki words compared to words in the Muskogee Creek language: Seminole Indian words
Click here to see Mikasuki vocabulary words compared to words in related Muskogean languages: Muskogean Indian Words

Mikasuki Picture Dictionaries

Here are some themed Mikasuki word lists we have put together and illustrated for language learners. Feel free to print them out for classroom purposes!

*Mikasuki animal words
*Mikasuki body parts

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