We continue with words associated with Springtime, including words associated with ceremonial prayers...
ga-ta: “new” fire, kindled after the “old” fire is extinguished
a-ya-sta-sgi: “old” fire, burning since the last new fire was kindled.
a-tsi-la: common word for fire
a-tsi-lv-sgi: flower, blossom, flame
i-tse-i-yu-sdi: fresh, green
se-lu-tsu-ni-ge-sdi-sdi: corn sprouting, the second major holiday, today called “New Corn” in English.
A-da-we-hi: Elders in the sense of culture carriers entrusted with important knowledge; day-keepers who understood the old Calendar and ceremonial cycle. Also used to mean angel, prophet. They were consulted on which would be the most auspicious days to schedule events.
A-ni-da-we-hi: plural of adawehi
u-na-la-sa-lv-di-i: a storage building where all of the agricultural tools were kept for the community,