Native Definitions

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Ṭa-c̣náñ-gu-ji wa-tcí-cka kĕ A branch of the Niobrara river. Catherine Rudin R. View Edit
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Ṭá-qti táⁿ wa-tcí-cka kĕ A branch of the Republican River in Nebraska; "the stream where deer stood". Catherine Rudin View Edit
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í-ʔiⁿ A carrying strap; a strap or cord for carrying something on one's back or for a powder horn. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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jáⁿ jiñ-ga ni-ní í-bi-sta A cleft stick formerly used by the Omahas and Poncas as tongs and for lighting a pipe; "stick which presses (fire) against the tobacco". Catherine Rudin View Edit
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qȼa-bé ba-ṭé A clump of trees, all coming up together from a single root or stump. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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qȼa-bé ba-náⁿ A clump of trees, growing up from a single root or stump. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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ṭa-há-ȼi-sáⁿ A cord used for tying the sacred ear of corn to the two sticks, for the Pipe dance, made of braided hair from the head of a buffalo. Catherine Rudin Om. Soc. 279, in 3rd Eth. Report View Edit
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háⁿ-ṣni-u-mú-ṣne A crack in the ground caused by frost. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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Ȼa-dú-xe A dancing society of Ponca men. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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hu ṭú-zĕ A dark catfish. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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áⁿ-ba-gȼe A dish made of finely ground corn and boiled beans, cooked together and left in the kettle till the mixture is stiff and solid, the next day. Catherine Rudin J. 1882 View Edit
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u-ȼá-taⁿ A dose of liquid medicine. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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ȼa-qpáⁿ A duck with a black body and white bill. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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djú-ba A few, a small quantity. Catherine Rudin 28,9 View Edit
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hu p̣á qa-qá-ga A fish with a striped or patterned nose. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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sá-hiⁿ ba-xú-xu A flat stemmed grass, growing about 5 feet high, in ponds. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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sá-hiⁿ bȼá-ska A flat-stemmed grass, growing about five feet high, in ponds. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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cú-ḳa A flock, as of geese or ducks; a herd of animals; a group or crowd of people. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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p̣á-ȼiⁿ-já-he A game in which two men try to throw sticks through a rope ring rolled along the ground. Some call the game "chunky". Catherine Rudin Om. Soc. 337 View Edit
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Ṭa-há-ȼi-ja A game played by Kansa, Omaha, and Ponca children. Catherine Rudin Om. Soc. 341 View Edit
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