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whiten
sóⁿthe
  1. To cleanse or whiten; to whitewash.
whitewash
sóⁿthe
  1. To cleanse or whiten; to whitewash.
who
ébe
  1. Who.
  2. Somebody, someone.
whole
bthúga
  1. Round; round and long, like a cane.
  2. Round; circular, like a tribal circle.
  3. Entire, whole, all.
whooping cough
húqpe znéde
  1. Whooping cough; "the long cough".
why!
wa
  1. Masculine interjection expressing surprise or disappointment.
Why!
tená
  1. Masculine interjection of surprise, reproof, and indignation. "Why!"; "Hey!"
Why!
tená
  1. Masculine interjection of expostulation; "Why!, Fie!"
Wichita
Páthiⁿ wasábe
  1. The "Black Bear Pawnees" or Wichitas.
wide
toⁿgátheha
  1. Broad, wide, extending out in all directions.
wide
Toⁿgátheha
  1. Wide, Extending in all directions. A man's name of the Ponca Makaⁿ gens.
wide
toⁿgáthehégoⁿ
  1. Extending somewhat far in all directions.
wide
gthóⁿthe
  1. Broad, wide.
wide
gthóⁿtheha
  1. Broad, wide (of land).
wild
móⁿtʰanahá
  1. Wild, as a horse.
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