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Welcome to our Interactive Mi'kmaq Colors Poster!

We have created this resource to help teach Mi'kmaq in a fun and engaging way.

Scroll below to see the Mi'kmaq name of the color and how to pronounce it.

 

Click the play button to hear our students naming the color in Mi'kmaq.

Author: Jerron Augustine, Co-Author: Lenore Augustine, Translations/Recordings: Geralyn Denny, Audio/Recordings: Marcus Augustine and Atilla Augustine

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Nis-Ga-na-moog

niskanamu'k

The word for the color purple is based on the word for bruise - niskan.

Niskanamu'k means the color of a bruise.

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Doop-gwa-na-moo-g

Tupkwanamu'k

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The word for the color brown is based on the word for sand - tupkwan.

Tupkwanamu'k means the color of sand.

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pkumanam'k

Ku-Ma-na-moog

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stoqnamu'k

Sto-Oh-Na-Moog

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nijinjewamu'k 

Neh-jin-Ji-wa-moog

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wataptek

Wah-Dup-Deg

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Wah-Bim-gweg

wapimkwe'k

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Mah-K-Da-Weg

maqtawe'k

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Wah-B-Eg

wape'k

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Meh-Gweg

mekwe'k

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