Speaker Comments

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Id Lexeme Comment Last Modified By Citation Link Actions
149 dʔú-be-ctĕ refers to blood and race only -wdj. Stacy Rickel JOD 1:8; O & P L 28, 1 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/Duda/opd.01.095.05a.jpg View Edit Delete
159 á-ȼaⁿ-ská-ȼĕ-ha Refers to what is artificial, or what is yet unfinished (L.S.), as land to be broken or plowed, or cloth to be cut out Stacy Rickel JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/A%a2a/opd.01.008.10d.jpg View Edit Delete
158 á-ȼaⁿ-ska Refers to what is natural, or what is finished (L.S.) Stacy Rickel JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/A%a2a/opd.01.008.09a.jpg View Edit Delete
170 má-zaⁿ skă Related to the waziⁿzide and about the same size; stays in Neb. in winter; feathers grayish when there is no snow, very white when there is snow; some feathers are cabe, zi-qude egaⁿ (dark, sort of a grayish yellow)". Catherine Rudin F. LaFleche View Edit Delete
139 á-ga-hí-he (agaha, ihe) said of a man who passes by a crowd as a brave Ponce or Omaha might pass a number of Dakotas, daring them to attack Stacy Rickel JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/Aga/opd.01.014.01c.jpg View Edit Delete
153 á-gi-maⁿ-haí said of one related either to the men of the lodge or else to his wife J. David Nesheim JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/Agi/opd.01.020.03d.jpg View Edit Delete
169 da-daⁿ-cté-gaⁿ Same as edadaⁿ ci gaⁿ, edadaⁿ de de (Wdj.) Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
246 wa-jĭ́ⁿ-qí-de-wá-ȼĕ Says it should be wajĭⁿqideȼĕ. Catherine Rudin J. View Edit Delete
323 ȼi-bȼiⁿ-bȼiⁿ Says this cannot be used without ȼa. Catherine Rudin J. View Edit Delete
154 á-gi-p̣á-gȼa-wá-ȼĕ sometimes used in contempt, at other times, with respect: it may mean, in the former case, you are capable of making them ashamed to come to you for a favor (F.) Stacy Rickel JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/Agi/opd.01.020.08d.jpg View Edit Delete
163 á-ȼañ-ka supplied by L. Denied by F., J. and Two Crows. Used (Wdj. and T.Z.) Stacy Rickel JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/A%a2a/opd.01.009.02c.jpg View Edit Delete
160 á-ȼaⁿ-ska-ḳí-ă supplied by L.S., denied by Geo. David Nesheim JOD 1:8 http://omahalanguage.unl.edu/dictionary_images/A%a2a/opd.01.009.01a.jpg View Edit Delete
176 si-dú-hi The stalks are fully five feet high. Catherine Rudin Wdj. View Edit Delete
242 ṭe-wá-tĕ wá-gu-cá-be There are three muscles in the legs, each of which makes a wagu, or thin slice, when cut. The inner one is wagucabe. Catherine Rudin F. View Edit Delete
178 ma-ctcíⁿ-skă They have the tips of the ears black, and some have their tails tipped with black. Catherine Rudin P̣c̸n. View Edit Delete
194 cú-cu-ga Thick in most places but thin in some. Catherine Rudin L. View Edit Delete
232 gi-á-ci-be This is a modern word, which few Omahas would understand. Catherine Rudin Wdj. View Edit Delete
155 á-bi-pu This is the same as aⁿase. ("J. makes this eq. to aⁿase.") Catherine Rudin J. View Edit Delete
330 ba-gȼé-je This seems to be a definition given by a speaker? (Omaha followed by English translation) "Edádaⁿ ctéctewaⁿ búbuṭa, sásabe, gáxai: whatsoever is made spotted by writing, as when the object is covered with round black figures of various sizes." Catherine Rudin View Edit Delete
301 ná-c̣naⁿ Thought it might be used though not a common word. Catherine Rudin F. View Edit Delete
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