Iw enaj mo yan! That is all I have to say. Iw sega nomgek! Ending a prayer/Amen.
Kob je ge waj gen! To end a prayer/to end S.T.
Ahau, e Kob je ge waj ge yak! Ok, Let’s tie things up!
Ok, Let’s end things!
Ok, Let’s wrap things up!
Ke bon ye wi men Let’s Quit!
Kesh Kwata men Let’s Stop! (Ceremonial use)
Kweb ye wi men Let’s get started
Kwe web ta men Another one.
Etso nangot oy go Each and everyone of us
Jagé na gomgé Each and everyone of us
Nozhoyen etso nangotoygo! Bless each and everyone of us!
Jage nag onan – All of my relations!
Gdenwe magnedok—- All of my relatives! All inclusive statement: Includes the Two leggeds, The Four leggeds, The Creeping Crawling Things, The Winged Nation, The Fire, The Rock, The Water, and the Green. This also takes into account the past, present, and future on all these things.
Gagiget to talk-to say a prayer
Shkwedensi Fire Spirit
Jak gego ga gishtot He/She made everything
Nibok stand up/plural
Kawtagnagjegen to make a circle/describes a dance
Kawtagnajegemen let’s make a circle and dance
Ewseganomgek ending a prayer
Niokade my namesake
Nenwitok my fellow man(en)
Kwetok my fellow woman(en)
Kobjegewat they are closing the circle
Kobjegeyak we are closing this circle/end the doings
Gwi kobjegemen we will end this thing
Kobjegewajgen to end a prayer or something
Shgetagen punk wood/used to start fires with
Sketagen sometimes spelled this way
Jignek kneeling down
Mezodanek our parents
Dodanek another family
Jagenagomge each and everyone of us
Jagenagonan all of our relatives
Wdenwemagnedok all of our relatives/spiritual term
Bgosenjegewen hope for/wish for
Ode eshe bgosenmegomen This is what we hope/ask for from you
Ode eshe bgosenmegoygo This is what we hope/ask for
Ode gde she bgosenmego This is what you are being asked of/for