Stop (as on a stop sign)
Person or people
The territory of the Secwépemc people
Language of the Secwépemc people
Coyote (the trickster who teaches)
The Secwépemc people in the Kamloops area
Many fish (name of provincial park in Shuswap area)
Weyt-k / hello
More audio and background from First Voices
Months and days
Listen to Simpc elder Mona Jules pronounce the Secwepemctsin words for months of the year and days of the week.Secwepemc calendar project
Secwépemc language app for iOS or Android
The Secwépemc language app is a media-rich bilingual dictionary and phrase collection comprised of words and phrases archived at the online Aboriginal language database FirstVoices.com. Word and phrase definitions are illustrated with audio recordings, and images. Users can generate their own thematically organized flashcards and bookmark words or sentences to create their own lists.
TRU Library resources
Material from the Secwépemc Cultural Education Society has been digitized and uploaded to the web in the form of a collection of PDFs, videos and sound recordings. These include several language guides.
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