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beg
na
  1. To ask or beg someone for something; to demand.
beget
shíⁿgazhíⁿga gáxe
  1. To beget a child; "make a baby".
Begging Dance
Waná wáchʰigáxe
  1. Begging Dance.
begin
tʰithé
  1. To begin, to start.
  2. To arrive, as a baby being born.
beginning
zhu wáxabazhiqti tʰédi
  1. In the beginning, at the very first; "when not a body had been made".
beginning
pahóⁿga tʰédi
  1. Formerly, at first, at the beginning.
beginning
pahóⁿgadi
  1. Formerly, at first, at the beginning.
Begone and get it!
agímoⁿgthíⁿgă
  1. Begone and get it! (Male commanding)
Behold!
hiⁿdá
  1. Look! Listen! Behold! Let me see! Hark! An exclamation calling attention to something.
belch
núski
  1. To belch.
  2. To hiccup.
belief
oⁿ
  1. Expression implying belief of what has been heard.
believable
wíⁿkʰegáwáthe
  1. Credible, believable; what can be believed.
believe
wíⁿkʰegáxe
  1. To believe someone; to feel someone has told the truth.
bellow
wahútoⁿtóⁿ
  1. To call out for them repeatedly.
bellow
hútʰoⁿ
  1. To cry out, roar, bellow, etc.; said of the cries of all animals except humans and hogs.
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