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WE LEARNED A LITTLE SALISH INDIAN. FOR EXAMPLE, "EEK-SPOSH-
EEMEENUM LU-WEL SHEL-WEL SHEKEL ALAZHUKLI" TRANSLATED TO: WE
ADORE THEE, O CHRIST, AND WE BLESS THEE, FOR BY THY HOLY CROSS
THOU HAST REDEEMED THE WORLD. AND "TA" MEANT NO.

Submitter comment: THE INFORMANT LEARNED THE LANGUAGE TOTALLY BY EAR, UNWRITTEN,
SHE WAS LIVING ON THE FLATEAD RESERVATION IN WESTERN MONTANA.

Where learned: MISSOURI ; SAINT JOSEPH

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Group of Vowels and Consonants, and of Words
SPEECH -- Vocabulary of Special Group
SPEECH -- Formula

Date learned: 10-05-1976

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