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  • {{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR><BR> |luokat=Living and household, clothing etc.
    280 B (34 words) - 12:32, 30 December 2014
  • ...arieties: {{Artikkelilinkki|0110|Akkala}}, {{Artikkelilinkki|0109|Kildin}} and Ter Saami. In {{Artikkelilinkki|0107|Inari Saami}} it constitutes the stem <P align="justify"> In the easternmost Saami languages (Kildin and Ter), the word has been borrowed from Baltic-Finnic languages (Finnish or K
    2 KB (334 words) - 14:31, 30 December 2014
  • ...aning in several other {{Artikkelilinkki|20140721171759|Saami languages}}, and in Lule Saami the corresponding form also means ring of a ski pole basket o ... South Saami <i>vïere</i> a steep slope, Lule Saami <i>vierra</i> a ridge and {{Artikkelilinkki|0108|Skolt Saami}} <i>viõrr</i> a ridge, ??<i>tieva</i>
    3 KB (413 words) - 10:54, 22 December 2014
  • ...pring. In autumn the reindeer were in a better condition after the summer, and thus they provided more sustenance than in spring.</p> ...nsi word means a drying rack (for meat), the Yurak word a storage shelter, and the Selkup word a bark pannier or frame in which children sat beside the fi
    2 KB (379 words) - 13:26, 30 December 2014
  • ... of a (folk) costume ), and forms of it are also found in South, Ume, Pite and Lule Saami meaning a Lapp coat . The word kähti exists in Inari Saami, but ...tify"> A Lapp coat is a closed, frock-like outer garment with long sleeves and a split below the neckline in front. Most commonly it is made of frieze or
    2 KB (328 words) - 12:55, 30 December 2014
  • ...dinavian word family which is represented in modern Swedish by <i>lock</i> and modern Norwegian <i>lok</i> cover, lid (the original meaning was perhaps co |luokat=Living and household, clothing etc., etymology
    1 KB (249 words) - 14:09, 18 July 2014
  • ...espondences are concerned, it is also possible that the word in both Saami and Finnish is descended from a word in {{Artikkelilinkki|0142|Early Proto-Finn ...ne that its semantic development came from the sense of resting, lying or, and perhaps more probably, from the other meaning of this word family: sloping,
    2 KB (283 words) - 13:17, 30 December 2014
  • ... goblet. The other, <i>koxa</i>, is mainly limited to the Norland dialect, and it means a small wooden or bone drinking vessel. This word also appears in ...altic-Finnic kauha, a Baltic loan word, then the forms found in South, Ume and Pite Saami are phonetically exceptional. The divergent phonetic structure o
    3 KB (466 words) - 12:53, 30 December 2014
  • ...s and strapped into the cradle, they were protected from the freezing cold and the wind. The cradle was also used as a means of transporting the baby over ...atives meaning cradle (cf. Finnish <i>kätkyt</i>, Estonian <i>kätki</i>, and so on).</p>
    2 KB (327 words) - 15:02, 7 January 2016
  • ...borrowed from a Scandinavian word, which is found in present-day Norwegian and Swedish in the form <i>skalle</i> skull .</p> {{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR> <BR>
    1 KB (233 words) - 13:06, 30 December 2014
  • ...wo sisters Ellen Kitok Andersson and Margit Kitok Åström from Gällevare and Jokkmokk in the Swedish side of Sápmi have become known for their special {{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR><BR>
    2 KB (260 words) - 14:06, 30 December 2014
  • ...acts throughout history. Older knives show some local differences in shape and decoration. The shape of the sheath can be divided into three: straight, be ...g time, many collectors have been interested in antler sheaths and knives, and this has made the Saami knife a collector's item. This has led to the knife
    4 KB (644 words) - 12:17, 30 December 2014
  • ...stify"> The Saami Costume gives information about where the wearer belongs and it also tells about the wearer him/herself. The Saami people used to wear t ...h bartering. Quite early the broadcloth in different colours also appeared and costumes were sewn out of it. </p>
    10 KB (1,699 words) - 14:09, 30 December 2014
  • ...d or not. In some areas there are also differences between buttons for men and buttons for women. </P> ...e mentioned Torill Labba, Vuolit Övre Soppero, Petteri Laiti, Anár/Inari and Risten Anne Hætta, Guovdageaidnu/Kautokeino. </P>
    2 KB (246 words) - 14:17, 30 December 2014
  • ...clothes. Saami traditional clothes function today as a label of the family and they are practical to use. </P> ...sen, the skin is tanned with bark, all sinews are removed with the scraper and the skin is finally made soft by rubbing it by hand. There are of course ot
    3 KB (606 words) - 14:04, 30 December 2014
  • ...ned to other Saami artefacts that previously had other usage. The purpose, and thus the content, has changed. Today it is also common for women to make <i {{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR><BR>
    2 KB (399 words) - 13:49, 30 December 2014
  • ... <i>Šielat</i>/Amulets of silver are often fastened to the <i>gietkka</i> and they serve as protection, preventing the child from being exchanged with an .../P><BR><BR>{{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR><BR>
    3 KB (427 words) - 12:41, 30 December 2014
  • ... reindeer), <i>lohkkegeres</i> (the sledge with lid for transporting food) and <i>vuodjingeres</i> (the sledge that transports people). The crosspieces we {{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR><BR>
    993 B (152 words) - 14:28, 30 December 2014
  • ...ains or for decoration. The shape of the latter is to be looked at/admired and these vessels often have decorated horn intarsia. <BR>{{Artikkelilinkki|021 {{Artikkelilinkki|20140806092921| Table of contents: Living and household, clothing etc.}}<BR><BR>
    1 KB (201 words) - 14:26, 30 December 2014
  • ...tip. In the Julev and South areas the leg skin is folded on the hairy side and the tip becomes straighter. </P> ...anned hide. Here, again, the decoration of broadcloth in different colours and patterns indicate the origin of the <i>stihkágálssohat</i>. It is also po
    4 KB (664 words) - 10:59, 22 December 2014

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