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without cause
ú'oⁿthiⁿgéqti
  1. For nothing at all; without the slightest cause or provocation.
without fear
bachʰízhe
  1. To go in without fear.
without permission
u'óⁿthiⁿgé
  1. For nothing, for free, without pay.
  2. Without cause.
  3. Without permission.
without water
tóⁿdeatáthishoⁿ
  1. Away from the river.
  2. Without trees and water.
witness
wawébahoⁿ
  1. Witness.
wolf
shóⁿtoⁿga
  1. Wolf.
Wolf dance
Shóⁿtoⁿga íthaethéma
  1. Wolf Dance society members; "those who have supernatural connection with wolves".
wolf intestine
tamóⁿ
  1. Part of a wolf's intestine.
wolf skin
shóⁿtoⁿgaha
  1. Wolf skin.
wolf skin
shóⁿha
  1. Wolf skin.
woman
wiⁿ
  1. In names; woman or female.
wood
máshkuda
  1. To cut a small groove in wood with a knife or hand saw.
wood
zhoⁿ
  1. Wood; tree.
  2. A yard of cloth.
  3. A span of horses.
wood
bathíⁿge
  1. To use up sinew or thread in sewing; to file metal or to plane wood too small for the intended use; run out of material.
wood duck
miⁿxazhiⁿga zhoⁿ atʰoⁿ
  1. Wood duck; "duck that stands on trees".
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