The Texas Band of Yaqui Indians -


                                                       Yaqui Language Audio MP3


Yaqui, Yoeme, Hiaki
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Yaqui, Yoeme, Hiaki (the people)

thanks
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Thanks, Chiokoe Uttessia

May god forgive you
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 May God Forgive you all,  Lios em Chaniavu

are you well
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are you well (happy), Ketchim Allea      
   
what's up
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What's up, Haisewa

see you later
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See you later, Chukula

go with god
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Go with God, Lios Emak Weye

I send greetings
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I  send Greetings,  Aman Ne Tevote

Thank you
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Thank you, Lios em Chiokoe Uttessia

I'm sorry
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I'm Sorry, Ne Hiokome             
sky
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Sky, Teka

star
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Stars, Chokim

moon
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Moon,  Mecha

sun
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Sun, Taa'a            



rain
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Rain, Yuku

night
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Night, Tukaria

day
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Day, Taiwai

world
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World, Ania                         
  
rainbow
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Rainbow, Kurues

father
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Father, Achai

mother
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 Mother, Ae



                    Literature of Yaqui Author Manny Moreno (below)



                                                                      
 
 
Links:
 
 
 
National Congress of the American Indian,  http://www.ncai.org/
 
 
Association on American Indian Affairs, http://www.indian-affairs.org/index.htm
 
http://www.sihc.org/       Indian Health Council
 
 
 



               Tribal Council Members working with a Yucca Plant making braided rope and shingles.
                  Keeping and Teaching Traditional ways is a major part of Cultural Preservation.
 
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