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up from ground
tóⁿdadítʰoⁿ
  1. Up from the ground, out of the ground.
upper arm
áutóⁿga
  1. Upper arm.
upper back
ábaku
  1. Upper back, the part of a person's back between the shoulders.
  2. Lower part of the neck of an animal.
  3. Buffalo hump.
upper lip
íha paháshi
  1. Upper lip.
upright
wágazu
  1. Straight, right, honest, upright.
uproar
za'é
  1. A noise, hum, buzz, bustle, confusion, uproar; said of the sound of mill-stones in motion.
upset
shoⁿtháthe
  1. To cause to be upset and spilled.
upside-down
bas'íⁿ
  1. Upside-down, head over heels.
upside-down
bas'íⁿtʰigthe
  1. To slip down and turn bottom upwards suddenly.
upside-down
bas'íⁿ móⁿgthe nazhíⁿ
  1. To turn a somersault.
  2. To stand with the heels up; be upside-down.
  3. To be confused, not know what one is doing.
upside-down
bas'íⁿ móⁿgthe
  1. Upside-down; head over heels.
upstairs
paháshiatá
  1. Up above; upstairs.
upward
paháshiatáha
  1. Further up; toward a higher place.
ureter
teázoⁿtʰasí koⁿ
  1. Ureters.
use
iⁿ
  1. To wear, as a blanket, robe, or shawl.
  2. To use, as tobacco.
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