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weep
xéwathe
  1. To make people cry; to cause children to cry; to make adults weep like children.
weight
wéthihoⁿ
  1. Weight; pound.
weight
wíugaspe
  1. Fishing line weight or sinker.
weir
húbigíde
  1. Fish net; gill net.
  2. Trap or weir for catching fish.
well
zhúazhiázhi
  1. Not at all unwell or inferior; well, strong, sound; absolutely up to par.
well
  1. Thank you.
  2. Greeting: Hello, How are you.
  3. Sign of approval: "Hear! Hear!"
  4. Discourse marker: "Well;" beginning of new paragraph.
  5. Used in calling to a distant person: "Hey, halloo, yoohoo".
  6. Adds emphasis to a command.
  7. oral period [used when somebody raises his voice]
west
mí ithé thoⁿ táthishoⁿ
  1. westward
westward
mí ithé thoⁿ táthishoⁿ
  1. westward
wet
núka
  1. Damp, wet, moist, as fresh meat.
wet
nuzétʰi
  1. Sweaty; wet with perspiration.
what
edádoⁿ
  1. Something, what, a thing.
what!
qaí
  1. Whew! What! Exclamation used by males.
whatever
edádoⁿshtéshte
  1. Whatsoever; whatever.
whatever
dádoⁿ shtéshte
  1. Something or other; anything at all, whatever.
whatever
dádoⁿshte
  1. Something or other; anything, whatever.
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