Lexeme Entries

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hĭn-dá hiⁿdá intj. calling attention to something: hark! stop! behold! let me see! 4/22/10 7/15/11, 8:20 PM Catherine Rudin

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hĭ́n-da-ké híⁿdakʰé intj. let me see! let us see! (9.9; 4/22/10 7/15/11, 8:21 PM Catherine Rudin

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hĭn-dé hiⁿdé N/A 4/22/10 7/15/11, 8:22 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-de híⁿde n. the bass-wood or linden. 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hĭn-dé-gaⁿ hiⁿdégoⁿ intj. let us see! 4/22/10 7/15/11, 8:22 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-de-hí híⁿdehí n. a bass-wood or linden tree 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hĭn-dí-ȼa-gă hiⁿdíthagă intj. stop! hand it over! let me see 4/22/10 7/15/11, 8:23 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-pa híⁿpa v.s. sharp-nosed 4/22/10 7/5/12, 6:37 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-pa híⁿpa n. arrow cement 4/22/10 7/5/12, 6:28 PM Mark Awakuni-Swetland

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hiⁿ-pá jaⁿ jíñ-ga hiⁿpá zhoⁿ zhíⁿga n.phrase the stick used in collecting arrow cement 4/22/10 7/5/12, 7:16 PM Mark Awakuni-Swetland

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híⁿ-qa híⁿqa n. the root of a water grass (sahi) which grows beneath the surface of Lake Nik'umi, near the Omaha Agency, Nebraska(1882). It is black and bulbous, and is eaten by some of the Omaha boys, in sport, after it is skinned. 4/22/10 5/23/11, 3:51 PM Catherine Rudin

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hiⁿ-qpé hiⁿqpé n. thistle-down; a fine feather, plume, or under-feather of a bird, the down of a bird's plumage. 4/22/10 5/26/11, 9:47 PM Catherine Rudin

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Hiⁿ-qpé-a-gȼĕ Hiⁿqpéagthe prop.noun Sticks a Plume or Down in his hair: a mythical hero 4/22/10 5/26/11, 9:51 PM Catherine Rudin

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hiⁿ-qpé i-ȼi-báⁿ hiⁿqpé ithibóⁿ n.phrase the eagle down put on the middle of the sacred pole of the Omahas 4/22/10 5/26/11, 9:57 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-qte híⁿqte v.s. rough, uncombed, as the hair of the head 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-skă híⁿskă n. beads 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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hiⁿ-skắ-qti hiⁿskáqti n.phrase "real beads," a species of white shell used for making one kind of ear-ring 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ-taⁿ híⁿtʰoⁿ N/A 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jianguo Wang

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hiⁿ-ȼi-é hiⁿthié N/A 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jianguo Wang

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Hiⁿ-ȼié-de uáqȼe hă Hiⁿthiéde uáqthe hă N/A 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jianguo Wang

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