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wrap
wahé'oⁿ
  1. To tie or wrap up a pack.
  2. To arrange the two packs, one on each side of a horse.
wrapped around
zhóⁿ ithábetʰoⁿ
  1. Vine twined around a tree or similar object; "wood wrapped around".
wren
kíqaqájoⁿ
  1. Wren.
wretched
tha'égoⁿ
  1. Poor, miserable, pitiable, wretched.
wring out
uthíshki
  1. To wring out a garment once, over or in a tub.
wring out
uthíshkishki
  1. To wring out the water from a garment by twisting it many times with the hands, over or in a tub.
wrinkled
s'iⁿs'íⁿtha
  1. Wrinkled, as the skins of animals (but not people).
wrinkled
p'íⁿp'iⁿxe
  1. Wrinkled.
wrinkled
q'iⁿq'íⁿtha
  1. Inelastic, like old rubber; said of the wrinkled skin of old people.
wrinkled
giⁿthá
  1. Wrinkled, like the skin of an old person.
wrinkles
gaskúba
  1. Wrinkles.
wrist
áushóⁿshoⁿ
  1. Wrist.
write
bagthézhe
  1. Spotted by writing, covered with black spots of various sizes.
write
bagthéze
  1. To make striped by writing, etc., hence, to write several lines, as in a copy book.
write
baxú
  1. To carve or engrave.
  2. To write.
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