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Daily Activities

4:31 min. - Representation of daily life in the bush in winter, to the song “Ekuan Pua” by Philippe Mckenzie, a Mani-utenam Innu.

Transcription

Philippe Mckenzie - What shall I do
Where am I going
So it is I was always there
Now I have nowhere left to go
What shall I do Where am I going
So it is I was always there
Now I have nowhere left to go
What shall I do Where am I going
So it is I was always there
Now I have nowhere left to go
I have nowhere left to go


1 Comment

Elysabeth B 7 years, 5 months ago

Pêcher avec patience, s,entraider au fil des jours. Simple et beau vidéo sur une musique touchante. Merci.


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23 Related words or expressions

anatshenanu
they cover the base of the tent with snow
apakuatakanu patshuianitshuap
they cover the tent structure with canvas
ashitshishtau tshimannu
she strikes a match
auneu tshishtapakuna
she carries spruce branches
ka uitshinanut
camp
makanipakan
a shovel
mamakushkamu umatukap
he uses his body weight to trample the snow, to make a place for the tent
mameshikutatsheu
sculpting wood to make toys
mishkumi
ice
nanatuaputatsheu
he pierces the trunk to bend them
pikuakan
hole in the ice to fish
pimipitshuat
they move around, pulling a toboggan
piuashikuaitshenanu
they remove the branches from a conifer with an axe to insulate a floor
pushtashameu
he puts on his snowshoes
shaputuan
cone-shaped, two-doored tent
tashkamishkuteu
he walks across a frozen lake
tetauan
central pole
tshineshkan
ice chisel
tshissinuashtakanu pikuakan
fishing-hole marker
uapineuat
white-tailed ptarmigan
umitshimikusseuakanu
birch branches as bait
utai-kushkan
wooden hook
utapanashkut utapeu umitima
here she comes with her firewood on the sled



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