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scout
wawédoⁿbe
  1. To go out as a scout for them.
scout
hóⁿ wadóⁿbe
  1. Night scouts, those who scout for a war party at night.
scout
ábae
  1. To hunt game; to go out hunting for a day without taking families along.
  2. To go out as scouts from the hunting group, in order to learn where the buffalo herd is.
scout
ábaéma
  1. Scouts; hunters who go out from camp to locate the buffalo when the tribe is travelling on the buffalo hunt.
scrap
taqíⁿqe
  1. Useless scrap of meat.
scrap
uthíshte
  1. Remnant, scraps, leavings; what is left after finishing a job.
scrape
ábaskébe
  1. To scrape an object on something, by pushing with the hand.
scrape
mázhnaha
  1. To scrape or cut smooth with a knife.
scrape
ás'us'u
  1. To scrape off from; to erase on.
scrape
bas'ú
  1. To scrape; to plane.
scrape
bak'áxe
  1. To make a scraping sound by scraping with glass.
scrape
bathútʰoⁿ
  1. To scrape or plane wood straight; to file metal straight.
scrape
bak'éxe
  1. To make a scraping sound by scraping with glass.
scrape off
ábasude
  1. To push off, as corn from a cob or scrape off, as hair from a hide.
scraper
wégaskábe
  1. Scraper, razor.
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