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sack
úthikʰíhoⁿ
  1. Bale of buffalo meat.
  2. Sack or bag in which dried buffalo meat is put.
sack
úzhiha
  1. Bag, sack.
sack
taháthizhe
  1. Sack made of wool, or of the threads of a worn-out blanket.
sacred
úwaqúbe
  1. Something mysterious or sacred.
sacred pole
hiⁿqpé ithibóⁿ
  1. Eagle down put on the middle of the sacred pole of the Omahas.
Sacred Pole
waqthéxe
  1. Sacred Pole of the Omahas and Poncas.
sacred pole
Zhóⁿ waqúbe athíⁿ
  1. Keeper(s) of the Sacred Pole; one of the names of the first sub-gens of the Omaha Hañga gens.
sacred pole
zhóⁿ waqúbe
  1. Sacred pole; the mysterious or sacred pole of the Omahas and Poncas.
sad
gíthazhiázhi
  1. Not to be sad, sorry, grieved, or displeased.
sad
gí tʰhazhi
  1. To be sad, sorry, grieved.
  2. To be displeased.
sad for
gípʰezhikʰíthe
  1. To be sad or sorry for someone.
sail
dáwiⁿ
  1. To sail round and round, like an eagle soaring.
sail
tadéigadóⁿ
  1. Sails of a boat; "what the wind pushes it by".
sail
tadéigadóⁿ gáxe thé
  1. To go in a sailboat.
sail-a-boat
dábe
  1. "Sail-a-boat," a game played by Omaha girls.
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