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Tapá (prop.noun)
  1. Deer Head; the name of an Omaha gens, one of the Ictasanda half-tribe or phratry.
tápuskă (n.)
  1. Teacher; missionary.
tápʰe (adv.)
  1. Nearby; near the starting place.
táqié (onom)
  1. Sound of chopping wood in cold weather.
taqíⁿqe (n.)
  1. Useless scrap of meat.
taqpí (n.)
  1. Top or crown of the (human) head.
taqpí ízhna (v.phrase)
  1. To be bald on the top of the head.
taqpí thoⁿtá (p. phrase)
  1. At or near the crown of the head.
taqpí ubáxoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To stick something into the scalp-lock or crown of the head.
taqpí uthíwiⁿwíⁿxe (n.phrase)
  1. Cowlick; a curl on top of the head or place on the back of the head where the hair goes in different directions.
taqpízhna (v.s.)
  1. To be bald.
táqti (n.)
  1. Deer.
Táqtigíkʰidábi (prop.noun)
  1. He for whom they shot at deer, a mythical giant and oppressor of the Indians.
Táqtigíkʰijábi (prop.noun)
  1. He for whom they shot at deer, a mythical giant and oppressor of the Indians.
táqtiha (n.)
  1. Deer hide; deer skin.
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