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View 15777 wa-gȼí-cka i-ctá ȼiñ-gé wagthíshka ishtá thiⁿgé " an insect without eyes". the pupa of the Eacles imperialis 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 10:40:45 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.02d.jpg
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View 15778 wa-gȼí-cka jaⁿ ȼá-te wagthíshka zhoⁿ thátʰe "insect that eats wood." They bore into trees, and crawl under the bark. 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 10:44:28 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.02d.jpg
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View 15779 wa-gȼí-cka sá-bĕ jaⁿ máⁿ-te wagthíshka sábe zhoⁿ móⁿtʰe "black insects under wood," a species of wood borers, Ceranbycidae, Longicorn beatles. 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 10:53:42 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.03b.jpg
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View 15780 wa-gȼí-cka ṣné-de ṭáñ-ga wagthíshka znéde tóⁿga "long, large green insect" 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:06:47 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.03b.jpg
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View 15784 wa-gȼí-za-ʔé wagthíza'é 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:35:16 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.04a.jpg
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View 15785 Wa-gȼí-cka ní-ka-cíⁿ-ga Wagthíshka níkʰashíⁿga The Reptile People, applied primarily to the Wacataⁿ sub-gens ot the Omaha Ictasnda gens, and som... 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:41:04 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.03a.jpg
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View 15786 wa-gȼí-ja wagthízha to wash them (an object), his own sheep,children, etc. 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:44:12 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.04b.jpg
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View 15787 wa-gȼí-u-daⁿ wagthíudoⁿ to make his children, horse, etc., good 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:49:55 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.04d.jpg
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View 15788 wá-gȼi-zĕ wágthize to take back them, his own 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:52:04 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.05b.jpg
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View 15789 wá-gȼi-zí-be wágthizíbe to cover his relations, etc., with robes, blankets etc. 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:55:36 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.05c.jpg
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View 15790 wa-gȼú-ba wagthúba 2012-05-08 2012-05-08 11:58:41 Connie Toney http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wag%A2i/opd.03.166.06a.jpg
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View 15891 wa-qa-ga-bȼaⁿ-ze waqagabthoⁿze 2012-05-09 2012-05-09 11:24:25 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.184.07c.jpg
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View 15898 wa-qȼĕ-qȼĕʔaⁿ-ge waqtheqthe'oⁿge Two poles ornamented with feathers, carried by men in the T'e gaxe watci, differing in the arange... 2012-05-09 2012-05-09 13:32:41 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.184.09a.jpg
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View 15899 Wa-qȼĕ-xĕ a-ȼíⁿ Waqthexe athíⁿ Keeper(s) of the Sacred Pole, a name for the first Hañga sub-gens of the Omahas 2012-05-09 2012-05-09 13:35:25 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.184.09b.jpg
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View 15901 wa-qȼĕ-xe ȼá-ze waqthexe tháze A Battle-standard or war-spear. It is a pole wrapped with otter skins, ornamented with a row of f... 2012-05-09 2012-05-09 13:45:01 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.184.09d.jpg
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View 16008 wa-máⁿ-ȼañ-ka wamóⁿthoⁿkʰa 2012-05-11 2012-05-11 17:48:44 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wam/opd.03.179.09b.jpg
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View 16011 wa-máⁿ-ta wamóⁿtʰa 2012-05-11 2012-05-11 17:52:22 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wam/opd.03.179.10b.jpg
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View 16016 wa-mí á-gȼaⁿ wamí ágthoⁿ something that was probably worn by the indian women during the catamenial period 2012-05-11 2012-05-11 18:04:23 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wam/opd.03.180.01c.jpg
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View 16019 wa-mí u-bí-ṭi wamí ubíti to have the blood pressed into a blood-blister 2012-05-11 2012-05-11 18:13:33 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wam/opd.03.180.02d.jpg
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View 16051 wa-qíⁿha á-ki-ȼa-ská-bĕ waqíⁿha ákʰithaskábe 2012-05-15 2012-05-15 07:57:52 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.185.08c.jpg
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View 16079 wa-qtañ-ki-ȼe-wa-ȼa-ji waqtoⁿkʰithewathazhi 2012-05-15 2012-05-15 11:47:54 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.186.05a.jpg
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View 16080 wa-qu-be ga-xe waqub gaxe 2012-05-15 2012-05-15 11:50:47 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.186.05b.jpg
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View 16081 wa-qu-be waqube 2012-05-15 2012-05-15 11:51:32 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.186.05c.jpg
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View 16083 wa-qu-be gi-ḳa-xe waqube gikaxe 2012-05-15 2012-05-15 11:53:00 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/waq%A2a/opd.03.186.05d.jpg
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View 16090 waʔ-ná-aⁿ wa'náoⁿ 2012-05-16 2012-05-16 10:42:06 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wan/opd.03.181.02c.jpg
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View 16116 wa-p̣í-áⁿ-he wapíóⁿhe to lay any lg. obj. in the ledge, etc, for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:40:18 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.183.09a.jpg
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View 16117 wa-p̣í-gȼaⁿ wapígthoⁿ to put any cv. obj. in the lodge, etc., for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:41:59 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.183.09c.jpg
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View 16118 wa-p̣í-gȼĕ wapígthe to put a std. in. ob. food by in the lodge, etc., for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:43:22 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.183.10a.jpg
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View 16119 wa-p̣í-gȼĕ wapígthe food put away for some one who will come by and by 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:44:14 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.183.10a.jpg
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View 16120 wá-p̣i-gí-gȼaⁿ wápigígthoⁿ to put food away for another, for a living person or for a ghost (at the grave) 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:46:29 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.183.10d.jpg
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View 16121 wa-p̣í-gi-gȼaⁿ wapígigthoⁿ to put his own cv. obj. in the lodge, etc. for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:48:45 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.01a.jpg
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View 16122 wá-p̣i-gí-gȼĕ wápigígthe to put away food for another, i.e. for a living person, or for a ghost (at the grave) 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:51:40 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.01b.jpg
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View 16123 wa-p̣í-gi-gȼĕ wapígigthe to put his own std. in. obj. by in the lodge, etc., for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:53:07 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.01c.jpg
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View 16124 wá-p̣i-gí-ji wápigízhi to lay by food or many small objects for hte future use of another, not the owner 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:56:16 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.01d.jpg
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View 16125 wa-p̣í-gi-ji ( wapígizhi ( to put his own small objects away for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:57:39 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.02a.jpg
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View 16126 wá-p̣í i-ȼañ-ki-ȼĕ wápí ithoⁿkʰithe to put food away for some one who is expecting 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 13:59:05 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.02c.jpg
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View 16127 wa-p̣í i-hé-ȼĕ wapí ihéthe to put a lg. obj. by for no definite purpose or person 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 14:01:08 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.03a.jpg
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View 16128 wá-p̣i i-hé-gi-ȼĕ wápi ihégithe to lay his own lg. obj. (tool, etc.) in the lodge, etc., for safety 2012-05-17 2012-05-17 14:03:32 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.03b.jpg
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View 16129 wa-p̣í i-hé-ki-ȼĕ wapí ihékʰithe to put a lg. obj. by for an expected person 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:31:51 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.03c.jpg
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View 16130 wa-p̣í i-té-ȼĕ wapí itʰéthe to put a number of small things by for no special person or purpose 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:34:54 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.03c.jpg
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View 16131 wa-p̣í i-té-ki-ȼĕ wapí itʰékʰithe to put a number of small things by for an expected person 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:36:56 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.03d.jpg
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View 16132 wá-p̣i i-tó-ki-ȼĕ wápi itʰókʰithe to put food away for another, i.e. for a living person, or for a ghost at a grave 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:39:13 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.04a.jpg
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View 16133 wá-p̣i i-té-wa-ki-ȼĕ wápi itʰéwakʰithe to put food away for others, i.e. living persons, or ghosts (at their graves) 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:41:27 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.04b.jpg
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View 16134 wa-p̣í-ji wapízhi to put a number of small objects in a place for safety; to lay up, as rice for drying 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:49:16 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.04c.jpg
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View 16135 wa-p̣í-ji-ki-ȼĕ wapízhikʰithe to cause (purposely) one, no relation, to lay up, as rice for drying 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:53:34 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.05a.jpg
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View 16136 wá-p̣i-wé-gȼe wápiwégthe to put food away for others, i.e. either for living persons or for ghosts (at their graves) 2012-05-18 2012-05-18 11:58:30 David Brown http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wap/opd.03.184.05c.jpg
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View 16192 wa-náⁿ-hu-taⁿ wanóⁿhutʰoⁿ to make them cry out by his walking 2012-05-22 2012-05-22 08:51:56 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wan/opd.03.182.05a.jpg
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View 16224 wa-né-qa-ha wanéqaha bladders made soft by mulling with the hands; used in making masks 2012-05-22 2012-05-22 10:50:42 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wan/opd.03.183.02d.jpg
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View 16228 Wa-ní-ta wá-qe Wanítʰa wáqe "The quadruped that excels (others):" the Lion. The present name of Naxide ȼiñge, the keeper of t... 2012-05-22 2012-05-22 10:56:50 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wan/opd.03.183.03c.jpg
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View 16230 wa-ní-ta-ṭá-ȼi-caⁿ wanítʰatáthishoⁿ pertaining or referring to an animal or animals 2012-05-22 2012-05-22 11:01:46 Kat Krutak http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/wan/opd.03.183.04b.jpg
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