- 1 How To Say Hello In Native American Cherokee?
- 2 How do you say greetings in Cherokee?
- 3 How did the Native Americans say hello?
- 4 How do you say hello or welcome in Cherokee?
- 5 How do you say hello in Native American Navajo?
- 6 How do I say good morning in Cherokee?
- 7 How do you say welcome in Cherokee?
- 8 How do say hello in different languages?
- 9 What does Aho mean in Native American?
- 10 How do you say love in Native American?
- 11 How do you say God bless you in Cherokee?
- 12 How do you say journey in Cherokee?
- 13 Do you speak Cherokee in Cherokee?
- 14 How do you say hello in Cree?
- 15 What does YUT Hey mean?
- 16 How do you say welcome in Native American language?
- 17 How do you say hello my friend in Cherokee?
- 18 How do you say spirit in Cherokee?
- 19 How do you say beautiful in Cherokee?
- 20 How do you say hello in Native American?
- 21 How do you say peace in Cherokee?
- 22 How do you say I am fine in Cherokee?
- 23 How do you say hello in different Indian languages?
- 24 How do you say hello in Hebrew?
- 25 How do you say hello in a fun way?
- 26 How do you say thank you in Native American?
- 27 What does AHOW mean?
- 28 How do you say yes in Cherokee language?
- 29 How do you say nice to meet you in Cherokee?
- 30 What is the Cherokee symbol?
- 31 What is the Cherokee word for love?
- 32 What is the Cherokee prayer?
- 33 How do you say hope in Cherokee?
- 34 What is Cherokee Wolf?
- 35 CHEROKEE WORD OF THE WEEK- Hello
- 36 How Do You Say Hello In American Indian?
- 37 Cherokee 1
- 38 CHEROKEE WORD OF THE WEEK: HELLO
How To Say Hello In Native American Cherokee?
This week’s word, “Osiyo,” is how we say “hello” in Cherokee. Osiyo means more than just hello to Cherokees. It’s a deeper spirit of welcoming and hospitality that has been a hallmark of the Cherokee people for centuries.Jun 12, 2017
How do you say greetings in Cherokee?
How did the Native Americans say hello?
The generic TV-Indian greeting “How”–and the Y-Indian Princess greeting “How How”–are Americanized versions of the Lakota/Dakota Sioux word “Hau,” which means “hello.” This greeting is still used by Sioux people today.