Seeing and Hearing Northern Pomo


Animals

Traditional Objects

House/Objects


Food

Nature

People


Animals

Bobcat
Bumble bee
Coyote
Deer
Dog
Dove
Fox
Quail
Pig
Rabbit

Traditional Items

Arrow
Basket
Baby Basket
Pack Basket
Pounding Basket
To Weave a Basket
Weaving a Coiled Basket
Weaving a Twined Basket
Bead
Bone Awl
Bow
Mush Paddle
Necklace
Pestle
Whistle

Household Items

Blanket
Clock
Door
Dress
Eyeglasses
Fence
Hat
House
Key
Pistol
Purse
Quilt
Bathroom - by Ulybug
Restroom/Bathroom
Sack
Shoe
Spoon
Table

Food

Acorn Mush
Cooking
Onion
Seaweed
Water
Watermelon

Nature

Abalone Shell
Acorn (Black Oak)
Acorn(Tanoak)
Flower
Leaf
Magnesite
Moon
Pretty/Beautiful
Redwood Tree
River
Summer
Sun
Sundown
Water

People

Baby
Barefoot
Beard
Bone
Boy
Crying
Face
My Family
My Father
Fingers
Foot
Girl
My Grandfather (maternal)
My Grandfather (paternal)
My Grandmother (maternal)
My Grandmother (paternal)
Hair
Hand
My Husband
Man
My Mother
Old Man
Old Woman
My Older Brother
Pregnant
My Older Sister
My Younger Sister
Sleeping
Smiling
Swaddle
Tears
Teeth
Toenails
Twin
Washing
My Wife
Woman
Wrinkles
My Younger Brother

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Word of the Day: July 23, 2017


pig
ko:ji
noun
pig; from Spanish for pig/hog: gocho; see also: hog
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