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zhóⁿ toⁿga ímase (n.phrase)
  1. Cross-cut saw; "used for cutting logs".
zhóⁿtʰabthúga (n.phrase)
  1. Buds of a tree.
zhoⁿtʰe (v.s.)
  1. To sleep, to be asleep.
zhóⁿtʰithíⁿge (v.a.)
  1. To feel sleepy, desire to sleep.
Zhoⁿthátʰe (prop.noun)
  1. "Wood eaters;" Sanssouci's village, in the timber on the lowland near Decatur, Nebr., in 1855.
zhoⁿthátʰe (n.phrase)
  1. An insect; "wood eater", about an inch long, soft in places, with parallel rings around the body. It is found under the bark of trees.
zhoⁿthátʰe pa zí (n.phrase)
  1. An insect; "wood eater with a yellow head". About an inch and 1/4 long, with deep parallel indentations around the body. Found under the bark of trees.
Zhoⁿ tháwa (prop.noun)
  1. Stick counting; an Omaha game.
zhoⁿthexe (n.)
  1. Wooden drum.
zhóⁿthinóⁿge (n.phrase)
  1. Wagon, cart, carriage; "wood made to run by pulling".
  2. Wheel.
zhoⁿthínoⁿge 'óⁿsagi (n.phrase)
  1. Railroad car; "wood that runs fast when pulled".
zhóⁿthinóⁿge gaíiza (n.phrase)
  1. The spring under a wagon.
zhoⁿ thítʰoⁿ (v.)
  1. To work as a carpenter; "work with wood".
zhoⁿ thítʰoⁿ (n.)
  1. Carpenter.
zhoⁿthóⁿha (n.)
  1. Bark, if removed or fallen from the tree.
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