noun inanimate
children's game formerly played at Sipayik in which players throw a ball back and forth over the roof of a house so that it rolls down the far side; if an opposing player catches the ball before it hits the ground, s/he can come around and chase and try to hit the person who threw the ball; if s/he is successful, then the one who gets hit must throw the ball again; the thrower shouts, "Enyupal!" when throwing the ball; if the ball fails to go over, the thrower shouts, "Katekon!"

Example Sentences :

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet English Phrase
Natamotultine enyupal kikuwak. Let's go play enyupal at your house.
Notes : (from English, and your ball)
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Audio Recordings :

Audio Recording Type of Recording Authored by
example Dolly
word Pqiptes
word Donnell