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tiágasóⁿde zhoⁿgáshpishpí (n.phrase)
  1. Shingles; "chips to fasten on a house".
ti ánase (n.phrase)
  1. Fence around a house.
tibáqetha (n.)
  1. Elephant.
tígthe (v.a.)
  1. To live in a lodge.
tíha (n.)
  1. Tanned buffalo hide; tent skin.
tíhaba (n.)
  1. Clam, oyster, mussel.
  2. Oyster shell.
Tíha qaí (prop.noun)
  1. Maple Creek, a branch of the Elkhorn River in Nebraska; "where they buried the tent-skins".
tíhe (n.)
  1. Hole where a field mouse buries its store of beans for the winter.
tíhugabthiⁿtha (n.)
tíhukoⁿ (n.)
  1. Smoke hole at the top of a lodge.
tíkʰaqúde (n.)
  1. Fox; the common fox, which is gray and about a foot long.
ti móⁿgthe (n.)
  1. Tipi; the upright tent of the Omahas, Poncas, and Dakotas.
Tiní (intj.)
Tínihá (intj.)
Tiníha (intj.)
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