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"Life without
friendship is like
 the sky without sun."
              unknown

FRIENDS OF WIND SPIRIT

This section recognizes organizations who have been very helpful to Wind Spirit

So many visitors have helped us so much,
if you see this know
you are greatly appreciated for your help!
 
 
ORGANIZATIONS/people:
 
Christmas Star - John Cohen & Family
One World Family Inc. John West
Trader Joe's food market
Arbico Environmentals  Tucson AZ
 
 
Several types of Memberships are available at Wind Spirit Community
Information coming soon

 

 

 

"thank you"
in many languages
Here is how to say thank you in some local native American languages

 

Apache (Arizona USA)
Apache (Arizona USA) [formal]
Apache [Jicarilla] (Arizona USA)
Apache (Arizona USA) [informal]
Ashoge
shood   
Ihe edn
Ahyi'ee
Cherokee (United States) 
Cheyenne (United States)
Cheyenne (United States) [plural] 
Cheyenne (United States) [intertribal]
Comanche (North America)                  
Comanche (North America)                  
Wa'-do
N'eshe
N'shemeno
Haho
Ura
Urako
Hopi (North America) [said by men]
Hopi (North America) [said by women]
Hopi (North America) [said by women]
Hopi (North America) [very much, by men]
Hopi (North America) [very much, by women]
Kwakwh
Askwali
Hev
Is kwakwh
Is askwali
 
Navajo (United States) Ahhee'
   
Ute (Colorado and Utah USA)
Ute (Colorado and Utah USA)
Ute (Colorado and Utah USA)
Ute (Colorado and Utah USA)
Towayak
Tog'oyak Tograyock
Tokhoyak

 

Southern Paiute
Havasupai
Hualapai
Mohave
Yuma
Cocopah
Maricopa
Papago
Pima
Yaqui
Yavapai
 
 (Pueblo Tribes)
Acoma
Chaco Canyon
Cochiti
Kuaua
Laguna
Picuris
Sandia
San Felipe
San Ildefonso
Tesuque
Zia
Zuni
 
for friends in NC
Cherokee (United States) 
Wa'-do
A link to Southwestern Indian people.
http://www.swirc.org/people/northern/navajo.html
 

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