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ushtóⁿga (n.)
  1. Any soft part.
ushúde (v.s.)
  1. Smoky, smoke-filled.
  2. Foggy, turbid, stirred up, as a stream.
útha (v.)
  1. To tell them about (animate objects)
uthá (v.)
  1. To tell anything.
  2. To tell anything about another.
uthá'ethe (n.)
  1. Pity, mercy.
uthá'u'úde (v.a.)
  1. To gnaw several holes in a solid.
  2. To speak a foreign language.
uthá'ude (v.a.)
  1. To gnaw a hole in a flat solid object.
uthádathoⁿ (v.)
  1. To get used to eating any kind of food.
  2. To make one's voice re-echo often.
Uthádawoⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Northeast fork of the Elkhorn River, flowing through Knox and Pierce counties, Nebraska.
utháde (n.)
  1. A kind or sort of thing; a kind of word, etc.
uthade thiⁿge (v.phrase)
  1. To have no excuse; to have no reason for a proposed or finished action.
uthádoⁿ (v.)
  1. To fasten with the mouth, as with a cork held between the teeth.
utháe (v.)
  1. To scatter with the mouth, as a cow may do with a pile of hay.
uthágude (v.)
  1. To make an inside point or corner by biting; to gnaw at an inside corner.
utháha (v.s.)
  1. To be connected or attached to, as a lariat around a horse's neck, a saddle on a horse, a key in a lock.
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