A collection of useful phrases in Oʼodham (O’odham Ñeoki), an Uto-Aztecan language spoken mainly in Arizona in the USA, and also northern Mexico.
See these phrases in any combination of two languages in the Phrase Finder. If you can provide recordings, corrections or additional translations, please contact me.
Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal, sg = singular (said to one person), pl = plural (said to more than one person).
|Hello (on phone)||Hello|
|How are you?||Shap kaij?
|Reply to 'How are you?'||Maña sape, api hig?|
|What's your name?||Shap cehgig?|
|My name is ...||B añ cehgig ...|
|Where are you from?||Bap ud amjedkam?|
|I'm from ...||Añ ud ... amjedkam|
|Pleased to meet you||Añi añ skegig emnam|
|Good night||Sap g o koks|
|Oi g him|
|Have a nice day||Pt o stahad id i tashkaj|
|I don't know||Pi iñ mac|
|Do you understand?||Nap a s’amicud|
|I understand||Amic ant|
|I don't understand||Pi int amic|
|Please speak more slowly||Sbagi g ñeok|
|Please say that again||B g ep ce:i|
|Please write it down||N g o’ohan|
|Do you speak English?||Nap ñeok miliganaj?|
|Do you speak Oʼodham?||Nap ñeok O'odham Ñeoki?|
|Yes, a little
(reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
|Hau’u, nt ha smac O’odham Ñeoki|
|Do you speak a language
other than Oʼodham?
|Nap api ñeok gavul Ñeoki?|
|Speak to me in Oʼodham||Ñeokiñ o’odhamaj ñvem|
|How do you say ... in Oʼodham?||Shapt masma hab o cei o'odhamaj?|
|How much is this?||K he’ekia namkig ida?|
|Where's the toilet / bathroom?||Ba o g bitkud?|
|Do you come here often?||No cum hekid jijivha mu’ikko?|
|I miss you||Añi añ pi medagi|
|I love you||Ant o snohohoid|
|Go away!||Himto gm hu!|
|Leave me alone!||Ndagitoñ!|
|Call the police!||Cicililihi hihnad|
Phrases provided by Tara
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