27 min

March 2020 Hownikan Podcast

    • Society & Culture

This episode contains stories of Tribal members and CPN departments contributing to the greater community — from enacting change through leadership roles to making communication easier and encouraging others to connect with their culture through music.

Justin Neely from the language department also teaches Potawatomi vocabulary relating to health and the human body:

Déwkwé – headache he/she has
Winéndep – brain
Nenjén – hands
Bagzede – foot swollen he/she has
Dé'/nde – heart/my heart
Déwapne – heart problems he/she has
Kan – bone
Mnobmadze – healthy he/she is
Bipisdé – Lung
Niyow – body (my body)
Peshkwéji – pregnant he/she is
Mskwe – blood (inanimate)
Bmadze – alive he/she is
Nek – arm
Yaknogé – sick he/she is
Kat – leg
Bgéjiwapne – flu he/she has
Yakmedmowen – ache or pain

This episode contains stories of Tribal members and CPN departments contributing to the greater community — from enacting change through leadership roles to making communication easier and encouraging others to connect with their culture through music.

Justin Neely from the language department also teaches Potawatomi vocabulary relating to health and the human body:

Déwkwé – headache he/she has
Winéndep – brain
Nenjén – hands
Bagzede – foot swollen he/she has
Dé'/nde – heart/my heart
Déwapne – heart problems he/she has
Kan – bone
Mnobmadze – healthy he/she is
Bipisdé – Lung
Niyow – body (my body)
Peshkwéji – pregnant he/she is
Mskwe – blood (inanimate)
Bmadze – alive he/she is
Nek – arm
Yaknogé – sick he/she is
Kat – leg
Bgéjiwapne – flu he/she has
Yakmedmowen – ache or pain

27 min

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