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knife
máhiⁿ u'óⁿhe
  1. Knife sheath.
knock down
uthíze
  1. To knock down; to cause part of a pile to slide down accidentally by handling it.
knock down
gaskúbihéthe
  1. To knock down a long object and cause it to get marked.
knock over
ábashóⁿtha
  1. To knock over a vessel and spill its contents on someone or something.
knock over
bathuzhe
  1. To push or thrust against a barrel, forcing it over and spilling its contents.
knot
ukínashke
  1. Noose, slip knot.
knot
bázhué tʰígthe
  1. A lump or knot rises suddenly.
knotty
tátashe
  1. Callous, lumpy, or knotty here and there.
knotty
bazhú
  1. Calloused, of skin.
  2. Knotty, of wood.
knotty wood
zhóⁿ bazhúzhu
  1. Knotty wood, difficult to split.
knotty wood
zhoⁿ bágigízhe
  1. Knotty wood.
know
wébahoⁿ
  1. To know something; to know them.
know
íbahoⁿ égoⁿ
  1. To partly know; to suspect.
know
íbahoⁿ
  1. To know a person or thing.
know how
ípahoⁿ
  1. To know how to do something.
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