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bagthá
  1. To undo braided hair, plaited rope, etc.
  2. Vulgar meaning (unspecified by Dorsey).
interpret
iéskă
  1. To speak a language plainly.
  2. To act as an interpreter.
interpreter
iéskă
  1. Interpreter.
intestines
shíbe
  1. Entrails, intestines.
intestines
qthu'a
  1. Innards, guts, everything inside the abdominal cavity, including intestines, etc.; "hollow places" above the hips.
into fire
pédeha
  1. Into the fire.
into forest
qthabéaha
  1. Into the forest.
into ground
toⁿdáha
  1. Into the ground.
invisible
dóⁿbe wáthabázhí
  1. Invisible; cannot be seen.
invisible
dóⁿbewatházhi
  1. Invisible; cannot be seen.
invisible
dóⁿbazhiwáthe
  1. Invisible; cannot be seen.
invite
wékʰu
  1. Host; one who invites people to a feast.
invite
wékʰu
  1. To invite them to a feast.
invite
wékʰushtoⁿ
  1. One who regularly invites people to feasts.
Iowa
Máqude
  1. Iowa; the Iowa tribe; an Iowa person.
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