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mási zhíⁿga (n.)
  1. Fine snow.
masháde (v.s.)
  1. Turbid, muddy, as water that has been stirred up.
máshakʰoⁿ (n.)
  1. A strap used by women to bind a bundle to be carried on the back.
mashchíⁿge (n.)
  1. Rabbit.
Mashchíⁿge ha wáiⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Ute, the Utes; "rabbit skin robe".
Mashchíⁿgeíⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Rabbit; a mythical hero of the Omahas and Poncas.
mashchíⁿge núga (n.phrase)
  1. Male rabbit.
  1. White or jack rabbit.
máshizhe (v.a.)
  1. To break a knife or notch its blade while trying to use it.
máshkebe (v.a.)
  1. To cut a groove or indentation in the ground with a knife.
máshkuda (v.a.)
  1. To cut a small groove in wood with a knife or hand saw.
máshoⁿ (n.)
  1. Quill feather.
máshoⁿ izíthe (n.phrase)
  1. A plant used as yellow dye by Omaha boys; "makes feathers yellow".
máshoⁿpágthoⁿ (n.)
  1. Headdress made of eagle tail feathers; a feather bonnet with ends extending down the back.
máshoⁿ skă (n.)
  1. White (eagle) feather.
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