Lexeme Entries

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hi-ȼá hithá v.t. To bathe. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-ȼá-da-dá-xe hithádadáxe v. To have the teeth chatter, as from cold. 3/25/10 5/20/11, 4:43 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-ȼaí hithaí n. "Bathing day." Saturday. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-ȼá-wiⁿ hitháwiⁿ n. Long garters. 3/25/10 4/29/11, 9:20 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-ȼa-wíⁿ daⁿ-pá híthawíⁿ doⁿpʰá n.phrase Short garters. 3/25/10 4/29/11, 9:22 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-ȼĕ híthe To cause him, her, or it to reach there (not his home). 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hí-ȼu-ḳá-ȼiⁿ híthukáthiⁿ v. To be without leggings; to have the legs bare. 3/25/10 5/20/11, 4:50 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-ú hiú Said four times in quick succession by the man who carries the dog's skull on the back of his neck in the He watci. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hi-ú-ga-qí-xe hiúgaqíxe n.phrase "The teeth attached to it," i.e., a skin with the teeth of the animal attached to it: applied to the skin bags carried by some of the members of the "Wacicka ac̸iⁿ;." 3/25/10 5/23/11, 4:41 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-ú-ga-cá-ge hiúgasháge n.phrase Any thing which gets between the teeth, as particles of food. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hi-ú-ga-cá-ge í-ba-gú-de hiúgasháge íbagúde n.phrase A toothpick. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-u-gȼé híugthé n. The part of a bean where it joins the pod. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-u-kí-t'e híukʰítʰe n. The leg-joint, under or back of the knee. 3/25/10 7/5/12, 8:27 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí u-qá-qa-be hí uqáqabe n.phrase the hock or hough of a horse's leg 5/24/11 5/25/11, 2:51 AM Catherine Rudin

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hí u-qá-qa-be hí uqáqabe n.phrase The bunch of hair growing on the inner side of a deer's leg. 3/25/10 5/25/11, 2:45 AM Catherine Rudin

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hi-u-qá-qa-be záⁿ-ze hiuqáqabe zóⁿze n.phrase The web on the inner side of a horse's leg, above the knee. 3/25/10 5/20/11, 5:35 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-u-sá-gi híusági n. "The hard part of the leg," the calf of the leg. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí u-cáⁿ-caⁿ hí ushóⁿshoⁿ n. The ankle. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-u-ṭáñ-ga híutóⁿga n. "The large teeth," the back teeth. 3/25/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hí-u-ṭáñ-ga u-háñ-ga-qti híutóⁿga uhóⁿgaqti n.phrase The four teeth at the ends of the jaws. 3/25/10 5/24/11, 3:14 AM Catherine Rudin

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