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unjust
wágazuázhi
  1. Not straight, dishonest, wrong, unjust.
unkind
úshkoⁿ píázhi
  1. To be unkind; prone to bad deeds; maleficent.
unknowable
íbahóⁿzhiwáthe
  1. Not able to be known.
unload
átugthoⁿ
  1. To carry or haul and unload something.
unmake
bagthá
  1. To undo braided hair, plaited rope, etc.
  2. Vulgar meaning (unspecified by Dorsey).
unmarried man
shénuzhiⁿga
  1. Young man, unmarried man.
unpronounceable
thadázhiwáthe
  1. Unpronounceable, ineffable; cannot or should not be pronounced.
unravelled
gthátha
  1. Unbraided or unwoven of its own accord; unraveled.
unreasonable
ethégoⁿzhiwáthe
  1. Unthinkable, unreasonable; not to be thought of.
unripe
sákʰa
  1. Raw, uncooked.
  2. Green, unripe; said of plums, choke cherries, or grapes when they are hard.
unseen
dóⁿbe uthíshi
  1. It cannot be seen.
unspeakable
utházhiwáthe
  1. What cannot or should not be told.
unsteady
tatá
  1. To be unsteady, trembling.
unsteady
soⁿsóⁿ
  1. To be unsteady, trembling.
unsteady
wahéhe
  1. To be unsteady, insecure, loosely fastened.
  2. To be sickly, faint-hearted, undependable.
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