Sugt'stun

Sugt'stun Word of the Week - Sept. 18, 2017

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Kula' iqto - visit

Kula' irlurpek Apaa, quliyanguicurakuk nitnirqanek.

Translation:
Let's visit Grandpa, because he might share good stories.

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Iqallut  -  Fish

Tung'it anglikata iqallut iterciqut kuigmen.

When the tides get big, the fish will come into the river.

 

Sugt'stun Word of the Week - July 3, 2017

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Kuimarluni - to swim

Kuimaryuumirtua tung-iqan nanwami

Translation:
I want to swim in the lagoon when the tide comes in.
 

Sugt'stun Word of the Week - June 26, 2017

Jun 29, 2017

Caknaluku - What for?

Caknaluku - mi naug-aqii qayaq?

Why the heck did he borrow the boat?

Sugt'stun Word of the Week - June 5, 2017

Jun 5, 2017

  Skuuluk - School

Taaggua skuulurpet mikpakartuq.

Translation:
Our school sure is too small.

Sugt'stun Word of the Week for May 22, 2017

May 25, 2017

Alakaa ai: Gee whiz

Alakaa ai, nutann kiimi piturtua sarsalua!

 Translation:

Gee whiz,  I'm just now eating and having tea!

Sug'stun Word of the Week for May 1, 2017

May 1, 2017
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Pituugaaq: Rooster.

Pituugaankuk Kuulicaani-llu katrilariik.

Translation: The rooster and his hen went square dancing.


Sug'stun Word of the Week for April 24, 2017

Apr 24, 2017
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Qanerki'iluni: To send a message.

Mic'uk qanerki'ilraa KBBI-Kun unuaqu tuyurciqniluta qaigyamek.

Translation: Mickey sent word through KBBI airwaves that he will send us a seal tomorrow.


Sug'stun Word of the Week for April 17, 2017

Apr 17, 2017
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Qayu ai: Sure uh (isn't it so).

Qayu ai, Apaam ing'iq mayullruuga.

Translation: Isn't it so- sure uh- Grandpa has climbed the mountain before.


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Sulunaq: Salted fish.

Angiciluta qakiyat nasquitnek sulunanek taumi unami qasarluta.

Translation: Let's soak some salted silver salmon heads and eat them with fried bread in the morning.


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