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Aakíípisskan – Women’s Buffalo Jump, Cayley, Alberta
áakssissawáato’op – visiting a place
Aamsskáápipikáni – South Peigan or Blackfeet (Montana)
Aapátohsipikáni – North Peigan (Alberta)
Aapátohsoo omáhkataan – North Saskatchewan River (“big north river”)
Áísínai’pi – Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park (“it is pictured”)
Akáíí’nisskoo – Many Dead
Asinaa – Cree
Atsíína – Gros Ventre
Awai’skimmii’ko – Cypress Hills
ii’noiyis – death lodge
iinísskimm – buffalo stone
Iisskstaáí’tahtaan – St. Mary’s River
Issapó – Crow
isskskáakssin – the border between Canada and the United States of America
IIhstsipáítapiiyo’pa – the Source
kaaáhsinnoon – a person with ceremonial rights that have been transferred to them according to Blackfoot protocol (“spiritual grandparent”)
kaaáhsinnooniksi – persons with ceremonial rights that have been transferred to them according to Blackfoot protocol (“spiritual grandparents”)
Káínaa – Blood tribe (“many leaders”); also called Akáínaa
Kai'spa – Lakota and Dakota (“parted-hair”)
Katoyís – Blood Clot, a hero who rid the land of harmful beings
kiipátapiiwahssinoon – our way of life
kitáóowahsinnoon – that which sustains or nourishes us (see endnote iv)
ksahkomitapiksi – earth beings (plants, rocks, and animals)
Mistákistsi – Rocky Mountains (“backbone of the world”)
Náápi – creator and trickster (“Old Man”)
Náápi Otsíí’tahtaan – Oldman River
náápiikoaiksi – settlers and immigrants of European descent (“white people”)
niitsítapiiksi – historically, always meant Blackfoot people specifically; however, in contemporary times, it is also a generic term for aboriginal people when tribal identity is unknown or ambiguous (“human beings in human form”)
nináímskaahkóyinnimaanistsi – medicine-pipe bundles
nitáówahsinnaan – Blackfoot territory (Grammatically this form is first person plural exclusive, that is the speaker is excluding the addressee).
Ómahkskispatsiko – Sand Hills
Óóhkotok – Náápi’s rock
Papáítapiksi – dream beings
Piikáni – North Peigan
Ponokáásisahtaan –Yellowstone River or Red Deer River (“elk river”)
Siksiká – Blackfoot (from Siksika First Nation)
Siksikáítapiiksi – Blackfoot Confederacy
soyíítapiksi – under-water beings (water birds, mammals, fish, amphibians, and reptiles)
spomitapííksi – above beings (spiritual beings, celestial bodies, and birds)