Wednesday, June 1, 2016

LENAPE HISTORY. WEEK 4, part C WYOMING, DAKOTA, MINNESOTA

  
The common people
in the east stole away.
The brothers abandoned all
with great discouragement
and again discouragement.
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Go to the VIKING and the RED MAN pages.
By nowyou should remember the way.
If not, BOOKMARK something.
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________I will repeat the instructions, ONCE AGAIN________
SEARCH for LENAPE LAND
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ToC (touch or Click on) LENAPE HISTORY, LENAPE LAND
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ToC LENAPE LEARNING INDEX
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ToC MEANING under LINGUISTICS
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Then ToC VIKING and the RED MAN
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After rowing away from Greenland,
 They rowed along the shores of 
 the Christian Sea (a.k.a. Hudson Bay).
The Brothers and the common people 
“came to the surface”
 in Wyoming, Dakota, or Minnesota.

What do those three names mean in the LENAPE (a.k.a. Algonquin) language?

Hints

For Wyoming, Wyn and WYOM have similar sounds. Look up WYNV1310.
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"-Ing" almost always means, "place." But you have to look up "-ang." To find"-ing,"
look up "-ANV5171."

For Dakota, look up DAKV104

For Minnesota divide the name into two words.  For Minne Look up MINV2082a
              Sota and Sikka are similar sounds.
The LENAPE may have said "Sikka."
The Moravians may have heard "Sota."
               For Sikka Look up SIKV8101


The LENAPE legends have stories about the grain that seeded itself.  The legends appear to be describing wild rice.  The pictograph with the bending reeds may represent wild rice.

Which of the three places (Wyoming, Dakota, Minnesota) would be likely to have the tall reeds shown bending in the wind?

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