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dad
dádihá
  1. Dad! Father! The feminine vocative form, used by a female to address her father.
dad
dadíha
  1. Dad! Father! The masculine vocative form, used by a male to address his father.
dad
dádihé
  1. Dad! Father! The feminine vocative form, used by a female to address her father.
dagger
wézhahe
  1. Dagger; "something for stabbing or thrusting".
  2. Barb of a fishhook.
  3. Stick used for playing the game P̣aȼiⁿ-jahe.
daily
óⁿbade
  1. By day, in the daytime, daily.
  2. When it is day.
damp
núka
  1. Damp, wet, moist, as fresh meat.
damp
tʰiⁿ
  1. To be damp, dampened, moist, moistened.
dampen
tʰíⁿthe
  1. To moisten or dampen the surface of an object.
dampened
tʰiⁿ
  1. To be damp, dampened, moist, moistened.
dance
Pádoⁿka wachʰí
  1. Comanche or Paducah dance.
dance
úwachʰigáxe
  1. Dance.
dancing society
Pʰa thátʰoⁿ
  1. One of the dancing societies of the Ponca women.
dancing society
Thadúxe
  1. A dancing society of Ponca men.
dancing society
Gak'éxe
  1. One of the dancing societies of Ponca men.
dandruff
shiⁿshé
  1. Dandruff.
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