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bug
wagthíshka btháska
  1. Chinch, chinch bug; "flat bug".
build a house
áti
  1. To build a house or pitch a tent at, on, or for.
bull snake
wés'a níthahúpʰa
  1. Bull snake.
bullfrog
tébi'a tóⁿga
  1. Bullfrog.
bump
ábashtóⁿga
  1. To bump something lightly, to push down gently.
bunch
banóⁿ
  1. Clump or cluster of young trees growing from a single root.
  2. Bunch of grass.
  3. Group of friends or relatives standing and talking together.
bunched
shtoⁿgá
  1. Soft, as deer-skin, cloth, or flesh.
  2. Puffed-up, bunchy.
bunchy
shtóⁿshtoⁿga
  1. Soft and bunchy here and there.
bundle
ú'iⁿ
  1. A pack or bundle, carried on the back.
burn
inéthe
  1. To set something on fire, burn something, cause something to burn.
burn
zi
  1. To scorch or toast.
burning
iné
  1. A blaze or burning; a prairie fire.
burnt earth
moⁿthíⁿkʰa níⁿde
  1. "Burnt earth"; a hard yellowish-red substance found where a cliff has caved in.
burnt odor
zhóⁿxe
  1. To smell burnt; to give off the odor of soft coal or of a person or animal struck by lightning.
burnt smell
zhóⁿxe
  1. To smell burnt; to give off the odor of soft coal or of a person or animal struck by lightning.
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