Lexeme Entries

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híⁿ-ȼi-é-ḳi-ȼĕ híⁿthiékithe to cause himself to hasten, to bestir himself 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jianguo Wang

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híⁿ-ȼi-é-ȼĕ híⁿthiéthe to cause one to hasten or hurry 4/22/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jianguo Wang

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híⁿ-ȼiñ-gé híⁿthiⁿgé n. an arrow without ṭace and arrow-head (maⁿhiⁿsi), a plain arrow shaft 4/22/10 5/26/11, 4:58 PM Catherine Rudin

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híⁿ c̣nu-dá-ȼĕ híⁿ zhnudáthe v.phrase to shed or moult, as geese do their feathers 4/22/10 5/26/11, 10:04 PM Catherine Rudin

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Hn Hn the letter of the ... 5/11/10 5/26/11, 10:08 PM Catherine Rudin

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hná-te hnátʰe 5/11/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hniⁿ hniⁿ You are. 5/11/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hniñ-ké hniⁿkʰé You who are, you who sit. 5/11/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hnaⁿ hnoⁿ A sign of occasional regular, or customary action. 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:15 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnán-di hnóⁿdi adv. Whilst, during the time, when (customary action). 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:13 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnaⁿ-é-gaⁿ hnoⁿégoⁿ While. 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:27 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnaⁿ-hí-daⁿ hnoⁿhídoⁿ 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:24 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnañ-ká-ce hnoⁿkʰáshe You who are, you who sit, stand, recline, etc. 5/11/10 12/22/10, 5:33 PM Jacob Hilton

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hnaⁿ-máⁿ hnoⁿmóⁿ A sign of customary action used in 1st.s. 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:20 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnaⁿ-máⁿ-ȼaⁿ hnoⁿmóⁿthoⁿ A past sign, of hnan-man. 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:21 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnáⁿ-qti-hí-daⁿ hnóⁿqtihídoⁿ Just at that time. 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:25 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnaⁿ ȼán-di hnoⁿ thóⁿdi 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:16 AM Catherine Rudin

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hnáⁿ ȼan-dí-taⁿ hnóⁿ thoⁿdítʰoⁿ 5/11/10 6/27/12, 1:18 AM Catherine Rudin

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hau intj. 1. Thank you. 2. In addressing a white man, [it means] "How are you." 3. In a council, it is often used as a sign of approval, as the English, "Hear! Hear!" 4. Sometimes it is equivalent to our, "Well." 5. When it marks the beginning of a paragraph, it need not be translated. 6. Used in calling to a distant person [for example] Moⁿthíⁿ-ga hóo! (for Moⁿthíⁿ-ga ha), [or] Í-ga hóo! [second slip] 7. oral period: [for example] agthí ho "I have returned" (said when he raised his voice -- 27,18) 3/12/10 7/15/22, 8:56 AM Binah Gordon

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haⁿ hoⁿ n. Night. 3/12/10 5/20/11, 3:02 PM Catherine Rudin

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