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appendage
míⁿdoⁿbe uthúthaa'iⁿ
  1. Anything hanging on a watch chain.
apple
she
  1. Apple.
apple juice
shéni
  1. Apple juice, apple cider.
apprehensive
kúhe
  1. To feel insecure; to dread an unseen or uncertain danger; to be apprehensive.
apprehensive
kúhewáthe
  1. Causing fear of something unseen or uncertain; insecure; fearful, apprehensive.
approve
  1. Thank you.
  2. Greeting: Hello, How are you.
  3. Sign of approval: "Hear! Hear!"
  4. Discourse marker: "Well;" beginning of new paragraph.
  5. Used in calling to a distant person: "Hey, halloo, yoohoo".
  6. Adds emphasis to a command.
aquire
gi'óⁿ
  1. To acquire, gain, succeed.
arable
'éwathe
  1. Arable.
Arapaho
Athábahu
  1. Arapaho; the Arapahos
Arapaho
Maqpíiatu
  1. Arapaho, the Arapahos.
argue
ákʰiki
  1. argue about / dispute / contest something
argue
ákiki
  1. compete against one another
  2. argue with each other
  3. dispute / contest one another's claims
  4. play against one another
  5. fight each other over something
Arikara
Páthiⁿ píza
  1. The Arikara; the Sand Pawnees or Rees.
arise
páhoⁿ
  1. To arise, get up, get out of bed.
arise
páhoⁿkʰíthe
  1. To make someone get up, as from bed.
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