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mázi zhú (n.)
  1. Cedar cones.
mázoⁿhe (n.)
  1. Animal resembling an otter, with thick black and reddish-yellow hair and a bushy tail (marten?).
mázoⁿ skă (n.)
  1. Snow bunting.
mázhabe (v.a.)
mázhnaha (v.)
  1. To scrape or cut smooth with a knife.
mazhóⁿ píazhi gáxe (v.phrase)
  1. To make the land bad.
  2. To wage war.
me (n.)
  1. Spring; the spring of the year.
méha (n.)
  1. Spring hide; a buffalo robe obtained in the spring or winter, with thick hair on it.
mé máthe (n.phrase)
  1. Spring snow; light snow.
míbide (n.)
  1. A plant found in Nebraska; plant on which are the beggar's lice.
mí ithé thoⁿ táthishoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. westward
mí í thoⁿ táthishoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. eastward
miká (n.)
  1. Raccoon.
mikáha (n.)
  1. Raccoon skin.
mikáhe (n.)
  1. Comb.
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