What is the Akimel O'odham sound?



What is the Akimel O’odham sound?

This sound only exists in Akimel O’odham (Pima) pronunciation. Like y in yes . A pause sound, like the one in the middle of the word "uh-oh."

Who are the Akimel O’odham?

From the blue skies overhead, to the majestic mountain backdrop, the seal repre- sents the indigenous people of the area, Akimel O’odham, the “river people.” TRIBAL FLAG The Gila River Indian Community, located in south central Arizona, affi liates its peo- ple and its government with this tribal seal.

What is the Akimel O’otham Community Court?

The Community Court provides services to approximately 20,000 members of the Akimel O’Otham (Pima) and Pee Posh (Maricopa) tribes. The Court is a full service court, exercising jurisdiction to the full extend available under federal law.

What is the difference between the Akimel and Tohono O’odham?

The Akimel O’odham clus- tered along the banks of the Gila and Salt rivers and were-like our Hohokam ancestors-attaining culture, while the Tohono O’odham called the Papago by Americans) lived a more nomadic life- style in the desert terrain of southern Arizona.