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Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Pai Words (Yavapai/Havasupai/Hualapai)

Welcome to our Pai vocabulary page! The Pai languages (Havasupai, Hualapai, and Yavapai) are Yuman languages, related to other languages like Yuma and Diegueno. We have included twenty basic Pai words here, to compare with related American Indian languages. If you would like to know a Pai word that is not currently on our page, you can take part in our American Indian translations fundraiser or visit our main Pai language site for more free resources.

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Pai Word Set

English (Français) Havasupai words
One (Un) Asitam
Two (Deux) Xuwaga
Three (Trois) Humuga
Four (Quatre) Hop'a
Five (Cinq) Thetrapa
Man (Homme) Apa
Woman (Femme) Pakri
Dog (Chien) Ahat
Sun (Soleil) Inya'a
Moon (Lune) Hala
Water (Eau) Aha
White (Blanc) Nyimsava
Yellow (Jaune) Agwatheg
Red (Rouge) Ahwotiga
Black (Noir) Inyaga

Click here to see Pai vocabulary words compared to words in related Hokan languages: Hokan Indian Words

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