The primary language spoken in this video is Alekano (gah).
This video was taken during the part of the funeral (hauskrai) where the food which has been prepared by families from across the Alekano speaking area is distributed to the attendees.
The primary speaker is Mr. Peter Aieno
[This video is published here with the full knowledge and permission of the Abori family.]
Fatma Hassan Al-Kumzari removes a plate of fish biryani after feeding guests. As well as being a key source of food, fishing is Kumzar's main source of income, with tuna being their main catch. Razan Alzayani / The National
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A simple Shoshoni Language Vocabulary Video, created during the Shoshone-Goshute Youth Language Apprenticeship Program, 2013.
This video describes describes how one talks about eating, in the Duck Valley dialect of Shoshoni.
One of the last five speakers of the New Caledonian language Arhö speaks about bananas and banana trees. The video shows her harvesting bananas.
Une des cinq derniers locuteurs de la langue arhö parle des bananiers et des bananes. Elle paraît dans le vidéo en train de récolter des bananes.
This video gives the instructions on how to make chiilchin. Instructions are given entirely in the Navajo language. Chiiłchin is the Navajo name for sumac berries. It also refers to a pudding that is made from sumac berries. An English translation of this dish would be called Sumac Berry Pudding. Chiiłchin is a traditional Navajo dish. It predates Navajo Tacos and fry bread. Sumac berries or chiiłchin are indigenous to the Southwest area. Included in this video is some background on when to pick sumac berries, how to prepare sumac berries for use, storage, & the additional uses that the sumac plant has, such as in making the Navajo Wedding Basket, as a wool dye, and medicinal use. This video also provides the Navajo words for various cooking actions (such as mixing, boiling, pouring, etc.), cooking utensils (such as cup, cooking pot, wisk, cooking spoon, & a coffee grinder), and for the various ingredients (flour, sugar, & possibly blue corn meal, raisins or apricots for
People had asked me to do another cooking video! This time, I was honored to have my mom included in the video with me! :-) This video shows in both the English and Navajo language how to make low-fat & low-calorie fajitas. The instructions initially begin in the English language, told by my mom & the remainder half of the video is in Navajo. This video was done unscripted & on the fly... so when I have a brain freeze on how to say a word in Navajo... lol, I just say it in English. It was a fun video to do, a quick video done with just my mom & I! :-) I'm glad my parents are supportive of all of my YouTube video efforts! I hope you guys enjoy this video! I had a lot of fun making it!