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Mi'kmaq Body Parts




npaqam



nimusti




ntluwikn




nkat
ntenin



ninuji



npitnokom



npitn


nkajikn








nusapun



nijinuwan



nsisqon



ntukwapékn



nsiskw



npukukw




nsituwaqan




ntun

Click here for a printable classroom worksheet.
Click here for a lesson on using possessive prefixes with Mi'kmaq body parts.
Click here for a Mi'kmaq pronunciation guide.



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