Hul’q’umi’num’

Months

Learn To Speak Hul’q’umi’num’

Learn to pronounce January (pune’q) in hul'q'umi'num

pune’q
January

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Learn to pronounce February (mim’ne) in hul'q'umi'num

mim’ne
February

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Learn to pronounce March (wulhxus) in hul'q'umi'num

wulhxus
March

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Learn to pronounce April (liimus) in hul'q'umi'num

liimus
April

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Learn to pronounce May (punhwe’num) in hul'q'umi'num

punhwe’num
May

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Learn to pronounce June (yu-qw'iqw'ulus) in hul'q'umi'num

yu-qw’iqw’ulus
June

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Learn to pronounce July (tum'qw'i'lus) in hul'q'umi'num

tum’qw’i’lus
July

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Learn to pronounce August (tum'qwe'unhw) in hul'q'umi'num

tum’qwe’unhw
August

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Learn to pronounce September (p'uq'ulenuhw) in hul'q'umi'num

p’uq’ulenuhw
September

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Learn to pronounce October (hwisulenuhw) in hul'q'umi'num

hwisulenuhw
October

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Learn to pronounce November (tth'al'xwumutsun) in hul'q'umi'num

tth’al’xwumutsun
November

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Learn to pronounce December (shts'ulwe'sum) in hul'q'umi'num

shts’ulwe’sum
December

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