tansi (pronounced tahn-sih) is a friendly greeting. mahti (pronounced mah-tih) means "please"
What does HIY HIY mean in Cree?
"Hiy Hiy" is Cree and translated means “to give thanks.”
How do you say peace in Cree?
How do you say yes in Cree?
ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ / Nēhiyawēwin (Cree)
Yes, a little (reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
ᐁᐦᐊ. ᐊᐱᓯᐢ ᐱᑯ ᓂᓀᐦᔭᐘᐣ (Eha. Apisis piko ninehiyawan
Speak to me in Cree
What does Hai Hai mean in Cree?
Thank-you -- Ay ay or Hai, Hai (Hi-hi) It is good -- miywâsin (Mee-wa-sin) It was beautiful/nice ― kîmiyosiw (kee-mee-yo-soo)
What is thank you in Cree?
ᑭᓇᓈᐢᑯᒥᑎᐣ kinanâskomitin [VTA]
What does Hi Hi mean in Cree?
hay-hay sounds like English “hi hi” or “high high”, NOT English “hay hay” This is a way of giving thanks. Some Cree speakers do not use this. Others restrict its use to accepting something given, ceremonially or otherwise. Others use it simply as equivalent of English “thanks”.
NASA, kwe Pronounced "kwah", kwe is a word used to define a close-friend you deeply respect.
How do you spell Grandpa in Cree?
1nimosôm – my grandfather (NI-mo-soom)
2kimosôm – your grandfather (NI-mo-soom)
How do you say HIY HIY in Cree?
What all this means is: when you write “hiy hiy”, it looks like something that should be pronounced “hee hee”. To represent something that sounds like English “high high” in the Cree SRO, we write “hay hay”. English and Cree spelling are very different. Cree spelling respects Cree sounds, not English ones.