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Taháthizha (prop.noun)
  1. A game played by Kansa, Omaha, and Ponca children.
taháthizhe (n.)
  1. Sack made of wool, or of the threads of a worn-out blanket.
taháwagthe (n.)
  1. Shield.
tahíⁿ (n.)
  1. Hair of an animal; "deer hair"; especially hair from an animal's tail.
  2. Hair from a horse's tail, used in ornamentation.
táhiⁿwágthoⁿ (n.)
  1. Deer's tail headdress.
táhugádoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To stretch out a hide on the ground with pins.
tahúpʰezi (n.)
  1. An old, worn out piece of tent skin.
tái (n.)
  1. Back of the head, from the parting of the hair on the crown to the neck.
taiáta (p. phrase)
  1. At or near the back of the head.
tái bazhú (n.phrase)
  1. Prominent part of the back of the head.
táihiⁿ (n.)
  1. Mane of an animal.
taíhiⁿ (n.)
  1. Mane of an animal.
Táihiⁿ múxa gáxai (n.phrase)
  1. A hair style; "mane made to stand up and hang over a little on each side".
Táihiⁿ tóⁿga (prop.noun)
  1. Man's name: "Big Mane".
táiúgthe (n.)
  1. Bone in the lower back of the neck, into which the spine fits.
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