Native Definitions

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i-ctú-ga-qtaⁿ hí A tree which grows along the Missouri and Niobrara rivers. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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wé-ȼi-kĭ́n-de A twisted sinew used in making a buffalo hide pliant. It is about as thick as a finger, fastened at each end to a post or tree, about five feet from the ground. Catherine Rudin Om. Soc. 311 View Edit
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ṭa-ḳáⁿ mán-dĕ A type of bow whose back is overlaid with sinew and which differs in shape from an ordinary bow. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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p̣é-je bȼa-ska A type of grass found on stream banks and marshy places; "flat grass". Catherine Rudin View Edit
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sá-hiⁿ bȼú-ga A type of grass: "round sahiⁿ" or sahiⁿ proper. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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gȼaⁿ-cká A type of hawk that has greyish feathers with white stripes. Catherine Rudin J. La Fleche and Two Crows View Edit
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jaⁿ-p̣á-c̣na A type of war club; "smooth-headed wood". Catherine Rudin View Edit
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ḳi-ṣnáⁿ A type of waterfowl (Anatidae); two different species of goose. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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djú-ba-qti A very few, a very small quantity. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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djú-ba-qtci a very few; a very small quantity Catherine Rudin View Edit
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míⁿ-daⁿ-be jíñ-ga A watch. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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wa-há-ba-é-gaⁿ A water plant with corn-like ears; "like corn". Catherine Rudin View Edit
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má-ȼĕ A winter, a year. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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wa-hú-ki-ha A woman or girl who rejects a middle-aged suitor. Catherine Rudin J. View Edit
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jaⁿ A yard of cloth. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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ja ṭáñ-ga ba-xú-xu A yellow flower, probably a species of sneezeweed or Helenium, found in Nebraska. It has an angle-stem (baxuxu), grows not over four feet high, near streams, and has several yellow flowers, each about an inch in diameter, at the top of the stem. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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í-ṭi Abdomen, belly. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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á-ba-xu-wá-ȼĕ Able to be copied. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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í-ba-haⁿ-wá-ȼĕ Able to be known. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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já-ge-wá-ȼĕ Able to be made larger, as a hole. Catherine Rudin View Edit
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