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téhiⁿ (n.)
  1. Old hair, shed by a buffalo, worn as a necklace by some members of the Buffalo dancing society.
tehúqthabe (n.)
  1. Tallow, before being taken from the animal; fat around an animal's paunch.
téhutʰóⁿhi (n.phrase)
  1. A grass resembling a stick, with blue flowers at the top; "buffalo bellows plant".
teíshta (n.)
  1. Eye or eyes of an animal.
teíshtasí (n.)
  1. Eyeballs of an animal.
te íⁿdeha watháge (n.phrase)
  1. Head covering made from the black hair that grows on a buffalo's face, near the chin.
téiⁿgthe (n.)
  1. Dung of ruminating animals, especially buffalo dung.
téiⁿkʰéde (n.)
  1. Shoulder of an animal.
temázi wathíⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Fat in the abdomen of a buffalo.
temíxuga (n.)
  1. Freemartin or hermaphrodite buffalo.
temíⁿga (n.)
  1. Female buffalo; buffalo cow.
temóⁿge (n.)
  1. Chest of a buffalo; one of the parts into which a carcass was divided by hunters.
tená (intj.)
  1. Masculine interjection of surprise, reproof, and indignation. "Why!"; "Hey!"
tená (intj.)
  1. Masculine interjection of expostulation; "Why!, Fie!"
te nashkíha (n.phrase)
  1. Hair on the head of a buffalo.
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