Lexeme Entries

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hi-dé tĕ u-gá-cte hidé tʰe ugáshte v.phrase To cut off from the little end to a stump. 3/25/10 5/22/11, 4:29 PM Catherine Rudin

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Hi-dé ȼiñ-gé Hidé thiⁿgé prop.noun "The stream that has no mouth." 3/25/10 5/20/11, 5:08 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-de ú-ga-qȼe híde úgaqthe v.phrase Facing the bottom or lower part; facing the mouth of a stream. 3/25/10 5/22/11, 4:32 PM Catherine Rudin

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Hi-dí-gaⁿ Hidígoⁿ prop.noun Translated "Story Teller" on the census roll of the Ponkas in 1871. 3/25/10 5/22/11, 4:34 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-e híe Said by all present in the He watci after the man carrying the dog's skull becomes weary and stops dancing. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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Hí-ga-bú Hígabú prop.noun A Kickapoo; the Kickapoos. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-gaⁿ hígoⁿ n. A myth, legend, mythic tale. 2. A fable (?). 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-gaⁿ hígoⁿ v.a. To tell a myth, etc. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-gaⁿ í-ȼi-gȼaⁿ hígoⁿ íthigthoⁿ v.phrase To tell a myth, etc., deliberately or slowly. 3/25/10 5/20/11, 5:17 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi gȼá-gi-gí-ze hi gthágigíze v.phrase To gnash or grate his teeth. 3/25/10 5/26/11, 4:13 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-mañ-gȼa hímoⁿgtha n. Something used in walking, a staff or crutch. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-mañ-gȼe-t'áⁿ hímoⁿgthetʰóⁿ v.phrase To use a staff. 3/25/10 7/5/12, 8:25 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-mañ-gȼe-t'aⁿ ȼiⁿ hímoⁿgthetʰoⁿ thiⁿ v.phrase To use a staff. 3/25/10 7/7/12, 11:45 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-mañ-gȼe-ȼĕ hímoⁿgthethe To use an object as a cane or staff. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hí-na-qpe-gȼá hínaqpegthá 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hi pé-cte hi pʰéshte n.phrase The incisor teeth. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi pé-cte í-bi-ski hi pʰéshte íbiski n.phrase The four teeth (two upper, two lower) next the incisors, the canine teeth. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-saⁿ-saⁿ hísoⁿsoⁿ v.s. To have the teeth on edge. 3/25/10 5/24/11, 3:08 AM Catherine Rudin

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hi saⁿ-san-de hi soⁿsoⁿde v.phrase To have the teeth on edge. 3/25/10 7/15/11, 9:04 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi cp̣é-cte hi shpéshte n.phrase The (four) front teeth. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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