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d'úba (quant.)
  1. Some.
d'úbeshte (quant.)
  1. Any at all, whatsoever.
da (v.s.)
  1. Freeze, be frozen.
dábe (n.)
  1. "Sail-a-boat," a game played by Omaha girls.
dádihá (n.)
  1. Dad! Father! The feminine vocative form, used by a female to address her father.
dadíha (n.)
  1. Dad! Father! The masculine vocative form, used by a male to address his father.
dádihé (n.)
  1. Dad! Father! The feminine vocative form, used by a female to address her father.
dádoⁿ (pro.)
  1. Something; a thing.
dádoⁿgíthe (n.)
  1. A kinsman or relation.
dádoⁿgíthe (v.t.)
  1. To have someone as a kinsman.
dádoⁿmádi (p. phrase)
  1. To which ones?
dádoⁿshte (pro.)
  1. Something or other; anything, whatever.
dádoⁿ shtéshte (pro.)
  1. Something or other; anything at all, whatever.
dadóⁿshtewoⁿ (pro.)
  1. Whatsoever; anything whatsoever.
dádoⁿzhí (pro.)
  1. Nothing; "what not".
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