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Tiníhe (intj.)
Tínihó (intj.)
tíshi (n.)
  1. Tent pole.
ti tʰóⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To have a lodge, to dwell in a tent, as a husband and wife.
tiúthigízhe (n.)
  1. Small lodge formed by bending down the tops of poles or saplings and sticking them into the ground.
tiúthipʰu zhíⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Small lodge formed by bending down the tops of poles or saplings and sticking them in the ground.
tíuzhí (n.)
  1. Household or family; all who live in a house or lodge together.
tizhébe (n.)
  1. Door, doorway, entrance to a tent, lodge, or house.
tizhéb íthizhnúde búta (n.)
  1. Door knob.
tóⁿdadi (p. phrase)
  1. At or on the ground.
tóⁿdadítʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. Up from the ground, out of the ground.
toⁿdáha (p. phrase)
  1. Into the ground.
tóⁿdata (p. phrase)
  1. To the ground; at the ground.
  2. Away from the river.
toⁿdátaha (p. phrase)
  1. Towards the bluffs.
toⁿdatatʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. Away from the ground or bluffs nearby, and towards the stream.
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