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rub
ábithiⁿge
  1. To wear out by rubbing on something.
rub
íbika
  1. To rub or wipe with.
rub
bipáiázhi
  1. To make dull or blunt by rubbing or pressing.
rubber
zízige
  1. Rubber, elastic; any rubber or elastic object.
ruffle
thik'ádoⁿ
  1. To ruffle, as hair or feathers.
ruffled up
qáqaga
  1. Ruffled up, tousled, as hair or feathers.
  2. Rough, prickly, as cloth or a beard.
ruined
stóⁿstoⁿ
  1. Spoiled, as a feather which has been reduced to a bare quill.
rule
wéthigthoⁿ
  1. To judge, rule, or govern them.
run
baháthezaha
  1. To take up a pinch of the skin, and run a splinter through a little distance, but not deep, as was done in the sun-dance; to run a needle a little way through cloth, etc.
run
tóⁿthiⁿ
  1. To run.
run on
átoⁿthiⁿ
  1. To run on something.
run out
bathíⁿge
  1. To use up sinew or thread in sewing; to file metal or to plane wood too small for the intended use; run out of material.
run over
-ánoⁿge ithéthe
  1. To run very rapidly over.
run rapidly over
-ánoⁿge ithéthe
  1. To run very rapidly over.
runner
íkʰimóⁿthiⁿ
  1. Visitor; messenger or runner.
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