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Omaha Words that are postpositional phrase

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áshiatátʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. From outdoors; from outside of something.
bízeatá (p. phrase)
  1. On dry land; ashore.
dádoⁿmádi (p. phrase)
  1. To which ones?
dúatʰetátʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
gúdihatátʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. From beyond; from far away.
hídeatá (p. phrase)
  1. Downstream.
hídeáta (p. phrase)
  1. Downstream.
hídeatáha (p. phrase)
  1. Toward the bottom or lower part; towards the mouth of a stream.
hídeatáthishoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. Toward the bottom or lower part; toward the mouth of a stream.
  2. Toward the mouth of the Missouri River, hence, towards the east or south-east.
hídeatátʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. From the bottom or lower part; from the mouth of a stream..
hídeatátʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. From the east or southeast.
hóⁿdoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. At night, during the night, by night, nightly.
mashtéatáthishoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. South, southward; "toward warmth".
óⁿba tʰhéthuádi (p. phrase)
  1. Earlier today.
óⁿbade (p. phrase)
  1. By day, in the daytime, daily.
  2. When it is day.
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