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utháhahá (v.)
  1. To adhere to each one; to stick to each one.
utháhe (n.)
  1. Mouthpiece of a pipe; small end of the pipe stem, which is put into the mouth.
úthahíde (n.)
  1. Ridicule, fun, jesting.
utháqthaqthá (v.a.)
  1. To loosen with the teeth.
utháqthuqa (v.)
  1. To bite a deep hole into an object.
utháqthuqa (v.)
  1. To make a deep longitudinal indentation in wood with the teeth; action of beavers.
uthás'iⁿ (v.s.)
  1. In connection with; joined to, as a lariat around a horse's neck, a saddle on a pony, or a key in a lock.
uthás'iⁿs'íⁿ (v.)
  1. To adhere to an object here and there: said of several things sticking to it.
uthásihi (v.)
  1. To flatten by passing through the mouth, as porcupine quills.
utháskabe (v.)
  1. To stick fast, as a flat object which is glued to another.
utháskaskábe (v.)
  1. To stick fast here and there, but not all over.
utháspe (v.a.)
  1. To indent by biting.
utháshte (v.)
  1. To leave (food or drink); to have left over.
utháshte (n.)
  1. Remainder; leftovers, what was not eaten or drunk.
utháshtoⁿ (n.)
  1. The end of doing something with the mouth: chewing, eating, talking, singing, etc.
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