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Vocabulary Words in Native American Languages: Mobilian Trade Language

Welcome to our Mobilian vocabulary page! The Mobilian Trade Jargon was a Muskogean trade language primarily based on the Choctaw and Chickasaw languages. We have included twenty basic Mobilian words here, to compare with related American Indian languages. If you need to know a Mobilian word that is not currently on our page, you can take part in our Native American translation fundraiser, buy a Mobilian dictionary, or visit our main Mobilian Jargon site for more free resources.

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Mobilian Word Set

English (Français) Mobilian Choctaw
One (Un) Čafa Achaffa
Two (Deux) Tukulu Tuklo
Three (Trois) Tučí∙na Tuchena
Four (Quatre) Ušta Ushta
Five (Cinq) TałapI Talhapi
Man (Homme) Atak Hattak
Woman (Femme) Tayik Ohoyo
Dog (Chien) OfI Ofi
Sun (Soleil) Haši Hvshi
Moon (Lune) Haši Hvshi
Water (Eau) Oke Oka
White (Blanc) Hata Hanta
Red (Rouge) Hommá Humma
Black (Noir) Lusa Lusa
Eat (Manger) Apá Vpa

Click here to compare these words to other Muskogean languages: Muskogean Indian Words

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