Feb 8, 2016
Why it matters that I try to figure out the language:
It matters that you try…
It is in the trying that you honor the ones that came before you.
They are why you are here.
So in the honoring of them, you honor yourself,
And your blood that comes after you.
Feb 2, 2016
In Cherokee language, HAPPY is an active verb. The form of it means that someone is doing an action. Galieliga = I am happy (right now). Its meaning also includes the feeling of being thankful.
Jan 24, 2016
It’s Snowing –Gutiha
Here in the mountains it has been snowing for several days, as it has throughout the east. So here are some words for you to use to talk about snow.
Jan 16, 2016
“Let’s Run” Using Cherokee Language “Didadisi” Tsalagi Gawonihisdi Gvdi
Cherokee language includes six different verb roots for running. Each one can be conjugated into more than 240 forms, using ten persons and twelve tenses, positive and negative. They include: