Lexeme Entries

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hé-ga áⁿ-ȼiⁿ-bá-jĭ héga óⁿthiⁿbázhi We are not a little (qualifies the preceding verb). 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-ga-ctĕ-wáⁿ-bá-jĭ hégashtewóⁿbázhi By no means a few. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-ga-ctĕ-wáⁿ-jĭ hégashtewóⁿzhi Far from a little; a great quantity. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-ga-jĭ hégazhi Not a little; exceedingly, very: used chiefly after ajd.verbs. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-gi-ʔaⁿ hégi'oⁿ To arrange or fasten the packs on her horse. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-he-hé héhehé Expresses surprise, chagrin, etc. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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he-í-gi-kaⁿ heígikʰoⁿ To aid a woman by arranging the pack on the other side of a horse. 3/17/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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he-í-kaⁿ heíkʰoⁿ Aid her by arranging the pack on one side of the horse, while she arranges that on the other. 3/18/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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He-ká-na Hekʰána A dance introduced by the Otes among the Omahas in 1878. 3/18/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-p̣a hépa n. A rhinoceros. 3/17/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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he-qá-ga heqága n. Pronged or branching horns. 2. An elk (with such horns). 3/18/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hé-qȼiⁿ héqthiⁿ n. The chipmunk or ground squirrel, which is larger than the ṭac̣niñge. 3/17/10 5/19/11, 8:31 PM Mark Awakuni-Swetland

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hé-sa-kí-ba hésakʰíba n. "Horns parallel," a goat. 3/17/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hé-cka-cká héshkashká v. To hop. 3/12/10 8/9/12, 12:43 AM Catherine Rudin

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Hé-cpai-ú-na Héshpaiúna prop.noun A Spaniard. 3/12/10 5/23/11, 3:51 PM Catherine Rudin

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Hé-cpai-ú-na wa-gȼí-cka Héshpaiúna wagthíshka n. "The Spanish insect" or blister beetle. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hé-ta-jáⁿ-ta hétʰazhóⁿtʰa n.phrase Iron-wood. 3/18/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hé-ȼu-bá-jĭ héthubázhi n. a swing. 3/12/10 5/18/11, 7:30 PM Mark Awakuni-Swetland

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he-ȼú-ba-jaⁿ hethúbazhoⁿ n. a swing. 3/12/10 5/18/11, 7:31 PM Mark Awakuni-Swetland

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He-ȼú-cka Hethúshka A dancing society composed of those who have distinguished themselves in war. 3/12/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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