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View 11955 ṭí-nu-há tínuhá 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.02c.jpg
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View 11956 ṭi-nú-hĕ tinúhe 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.02c.jpg
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View 11957 ṭí pa-há-ci-a-ṭá tí pʰaháshiatá Up-stairs. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.03a.jpg
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View 11958 ṭí pa-há-ci-a-ṭá tí pʰaháshiatá An upper story of a house. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.03a.jpg
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View 11959 ṭí-qiⁿ-qĭ́n-de tíqiⁿqíⁿde A series of deep gorges, ravines, washcuts, or water-pockets. 2010-06-29 2011-07-15 18:04:09 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.03c.jpg
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View 11965 ṭí-qĭn-de tíqiⁿde The head of a gorge or deep ravine, down which a stream may plunge suddenly from a higher level. 2010-06-29 2011-07-15 18:03:56 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.04a.jpg
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View 11966 ṭí-saⁿ-ȼĕ tísoⁿthe A whitened tent or lodge. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.04c.jpg
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View 11967 ṭi-sáⁿ-xi-ȼa tisóⁿxitha 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.04d.jpg
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View 11968 ṭi-ṣné-de tiznéde A long tent or lodge, such as is used by the Omahas during the thanksgiving ceremonies connected ... 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.05a.jpg
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View 11969 ṭi-sne-de í-ṭi tisnede íti The lodge made by joining several ordinary tent-skins together. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.05a.jpg
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View 11970 ṭi t'áⁿ ti tʰóⁿ v.a. To have a lodge, to dwell in a tent, as a man and his wife. 2010-06-29 2012-07-05 15:44:15 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.05d.jpg
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View 11971 ṭi t'aⁿ gȼiⁿ ti tʰoⁿ gthiⁿ 2010-06-29 2012-07-07 21:34:39 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.06a.jpg
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View 11972 ṭi-ṭí-xe titíxe 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.06b.jpg
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View 11973 ṭí u-bá-haⁿ tí ubáhoⁿ 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.06b.jpg
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View 11974 ṭi-ú-ȼi-gí-je tiúthigízhe n. A small lodge formed by bending down the tops of poles or saplings, and sticking them into the gr... 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.06d.jpg
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View 11976 ṭi-ú-ȼi-pú tiúthipʰú 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.07a.jpg
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View 11977 ṭi-ú-ȼi-pu jíñ-ga tiúthipʰu zhíⁿga n.phrase A small lodge formed by bending down the tops of poles or saplings, and sticking them in the grou... 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.07a.jpg
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View 11978 ṭi-ú-ȼi-pú jíñ-ga í-ṭi tiúthipʰú zhíⁿga íti Said of poor persons in warm weather. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.07d.jpg
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View 11979 ṭi-ú-ȼi-qȼí-ge tiúthiqthíge An old encampment; the place where a tent formerly stood, where there is nothing now but litter. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.07d.jpg
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View 11980 ṭí u-gȼíⁿ tí ugthíⁿ To be or sit in a tent or lodge. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.08c.jpg
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View 11981 ṭí u-há maⁿ-ȼíⁿ tí uhá moⁿthíⁿ To go, as a beggar, from tent to tent, or from house to house. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.08c.jpg
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View 11982 ṭí-u-jí tíuzhí n. A household or family; all who dwell in one lodge. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.09a.jpg
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View 11983 ṭi-ú-ki-háñ-ge tiúkʰihóⁿge The common boundary of two adjacent gentile or clan areas in a tribal circle. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.09a.jpg
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View 11984 ṭi-ú-ki-máⁿ-te tiúkʰimóⁿtʰe Said when rays of light or sunshine come into a tent or house through any small opening, as a doo... 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.10a.jpg
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View 11985 ṭí-u-máñ-ge tíumóⁿge A tent, as distinguished from a house. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.10a.jpg
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View 11986 ṭí-u-p̣é tíupé 1. To enter a lodge. 2. To enter a lodge to beg for food, etc. 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.073.10c.jpg
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View 11987 ṭí-xe tíxe 2010-06-29 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.074.01a.jpg
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View 11842 ṭí-gă-qá ȼe tígăqá the To go to get the better of (those in) the lodges (of the foe). 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.01d.jpg
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View 11843 ṭí-gȼĕ tígthe v.a. To dwell in a lodge. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.02a.jpg
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View 11844 ṭí-ha tíha To feel lonely from the absence of kindred or friends. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.02b.jpg
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View 11845 ṭí-ha tíha n. A tanned buffalo-hide; a tent-skin. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.02c.jpg
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View 11846 ṭí-ha-ba tíhaba n. A clam; an oyster; a muscle; an oyster-shell. 2010-06-28 2015-05-06 14:24:29 Bryan James Gordon http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.03b.jpg
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View 11847 Ṭí-ha-ba a-ȼíⁿ Tíhaba athíⁿ Keepers of the Clam-shell, a name for the Iñgc̸aⁿ nikaciⁿga, a sub-gens of the Omaha Icatsanda gens. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.03d.jpg
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View 11848 Ṭí-ha-ba i-t'á-jĭ Tíhaba itʰázhi Those who do not touch a clam-shell, a name for the Iñgc̸aⁿ nikaciⁿga, a sub-gens of the Omaha Ic... 2010-06-28 2012-07-07 21:33:50 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.04a.jpg
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View 11849 ṭí-ha ḳáⁿ-ha u-gá-qȼu-ge tíha kóⁿha ugáqthuge The holes in the border of the tent-skins, through which the tent-pins are driven into the ground. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.04b.jpg
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View 11850 Ṭí-ha qaí Tíha qaí prop.noun "Where they buried the tent-skins"'; Maple Creek, Neb., a branch of the Elkhorn. 2010-06-28 2012-06-30 13:11:07 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.04c.jpg
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View 11851 ṭí-ha-wá-ȼĕ tíhawáthe To feel the absence of kindred or friends. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.04d.jpg
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View 11852 ṭí-hĕ tíhe n. The hole where a field mouse buries his supply of beans for the winter. 2010-06-28 2011-05-23 11:38:58 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.05b.jpg
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View 11859 ṭí-hu-ȼu-bú-jiⁿ tíhuthubúzhiⁿ Exterior tent-poles, used for supporting and shifting the ṭihugabc̸iⁿc̸a. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.05d.jpg
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View 11861 ṭí-hu-ȼu-bá-xaⁿ tíhuthubáxoⁿ The sticks or pins that are thrust crosswise into the slits in the tent-skins, for the purpose of... 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.06a.jpg
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View 11865 ṭí-hu-ȼu-gá-daⁿ tíhuthugádoⁿ "That by means of which the tent-skins are fastened down," tent-pins. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.06c.jpg
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View 11866 ṭí-hu-ga-bȼíⁿ-ȼa tíhugabthíⁿtha The two triangular ends of the tent-skins, immediately above the ṭic̸umaⁿhaⁿ and ṭijobe, forming ... 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.07a.jpg
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View 11867 ṭí-hu-gá-qȼu-ge tíhugáqthuge Holes made in the bottom of the tent-skins for the insertion of the tent-pins. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.07b.jpg
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View 11875 ṭí-hu-ḳaⁿ tíhukoⁿ n. The smoke-hole at the top of the lodge. 2010-06-28 2011-08-28 10:13:01 Catherine Rudin http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.07c.jpg
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View 11876 ṭí-hu-kaⁿ i-tá-xe tíhukʰoⁿ itʰáxe The top of the tent or chimney. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.07c.jpg
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View 11877 ṭí-i ȼaⁿ tíi thoⁿ The curved collection of tents or lodges; the settled village. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.08c.jpg
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View 11878 ṭí-i ȼaⁿ-ṭá tíi thoⁿtá To the settled village. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.09a.jpg
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View 11879 ṭi í-bi-ski ti íbiski 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.09c.jpg
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View 11881 ṭi í-ḳi-p̣í-ski ti íkipíski said of two tents or lodges that are adjacent (but which do not touch). 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.09c.jpg
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View 11889 ṭí í-saⁿ-ȼĕ tí ísoⁿthe "That by means of which a tent is whitened"; whitewash. 2010-06-28 2010-12-22 11:33:35 Jacob Hilton http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/tsubxi/opd.03.071.10b.jpg
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