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A Bilingual Book

No. 2

Omaha Tribal Historical
Research Project, Inc.
(OTHRP)

Dennis Hastings, PhD
Margery Coffey, PhD

Traditional Umonhon Stories

Omaha Tribal Historical Research Project, Inc.

Mission Statement
The purposes for which the corporation is organized is to promote, encourage, and conduct research
regarding the history, heritage, language, religion and other aspects of the culture of Umonhon
(Omaha) Indian people for the purposes of encouraging the preservation of materials and the information collected and perpetuating the Omaha culture and traditions, and to serve as an educational
resource for Omaha people and other people who may be interested in the culture and traditions of
the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska.
FOR THE

FOR 26 YEARS OTHRP SERVED AS CULTURAL AUTHORITY
OMAHA TRIBE OF NEBRASKA AND IOWA IN PERPETUITY BY TRIBAL RESOLUTION
UNDER AN UNFUNDED MANDATE.

Mi’kaçi: Coyote and Ma’zhon: Gray Fox
Mi: Sun and Nion’ba: Moon
Mi’kaçi: Coyote and We’ç’a: Snake
A Bilingual Book
A Traditional Omaha Story
Copyright©2016 Omaha Tribal Historical Research Project, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

[Kage’çon: Younger brother],
what has made you [shin:
fat]?

[Zhinthe’ho: Elder brother],
I lie down in the way of
those who haul [wamu’çke
çkithe: cookies], and I pretend to be [t’e: dead].

When they throw me into the [zhonmonthin:
wagon], I lie there kicking the [wamu’çke
çkithe: cookies] out. Then I leap out and start
[ti gthe: home] eating.
It is the [wamu’çke çkithe: cookies] which
have made me [shin: fat].
1

Then [Mi’kaçi: Coyote] went to the place and
lay down in the uhe: path.
When the [waxe: white man] came along,
he threw [Mi’kaçi: Coyote]
[paç’inithe: head first] into
the [zhonmonthin: wagon].

[Zhinthe’ho: elder brother], I wish you to do
like-wise. You, [Zhinthe’ho: elder brother],
have large [çi: feet]. I think you will knock
out a great many [wamu’çke çkithe: cookies].
WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE
WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE
WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE
MU’ÇKE ÇKITHE

WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE
WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE

WAMU’Ç

WAMU’ÇKE ÇK

WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE
WAMU’ÇKE ÇKITHE

WA

The [waxe: white man] thought, "It is not the
first time that he has acted like that!" So he
[uthiçki: tied] [Mi’kaçi: Coyote’s] [çi: feet].

Having put [Mi’kaçi: Coyote] in the [zhonmonthin: wagon], the [waxe: white man] went to
2 his [ti gthe: home].



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