Lexeme Entries

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hé-wa-ʔaⁿ héwa'oⁿ To tie up the packs on the horses. 3/17/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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Hé wa-tcí Hé wachʰí The name of the concluding dance of the Hec̸ucka ceremonies. 3/17/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hé-wa-gi-ʔáⁿ héwagi'óⁿ To tie up or arrange the packs on their or her own horses. 3/17/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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He-ṣná-ta Heznátʰa 3/18/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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he ṣná-ta he znátʰa n.phrase A horn without branches or prongs. 3/18/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi hi 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hi hi n. 1. The stock or trunk of a plant or vine... 2. The leg or legs of a person or animal. 3. A tooth, teeth. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-da-di hídadi 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hi-dé hidé n. The base or bottom, as of a tree; the lowest part, the root; the lowest part of a stream next to the mouth. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-a-ṭá hídeatá p. phrase Down-stream. 3/25/10 5/20/11, 5:03 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-á-ṭa hídeáta p. phrase Down-stream. 3/25/10 5/20/11, 5:05 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-a-ṭá-di hídeatádi 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hí-de-a-ṭá-ha hídeatáha p. phrase Towards (not reaching) the bottom or lower part; towards the mouth of a stream. 3/25/10 5/22/11, 4:16 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-a-ṭá-taⁿ hídeatátʰoⁿ p. phrase From the east or southeast. 5/22/11 5/22/11, 4:26 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-a-ṭá-taⁿ hídeatátʰoⁿ p. phrase From the bottom or lower part, from the mouth of a stream 3/25/10 5/22/11, 4:24 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-a-ṭá-ȼi-caⁿ hídeatáthishoⁿ p. phrase Towards the bottom or lower part; towards the mouth of a stream. 2. Towards the mouth of the Missouri River, hence, towards the east or south-east (P.), and, towards the east (Om.). 3/25/10 5/22/11, 4:13 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de-hi hídehi n. A basswood or linden tree. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-dé na-zí-ȼĕ hidé nazíthe n.phrase A form of hunting arrow, made entirely of wood, used for killing fish, deer, and small game. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-dé-pa-i hidépai n. "Sharp base," an arrow that has neither "ṭace" nor arrowhead at the end. 3/25/10 7/5/12, 6:18 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-dé-ṭa-ce hidétashe n. An arrow without an arrow-head, becoming blunt at the end, so called from the "ṭace" or protuberance at the end. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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