by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are postpositional phrase

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pásiáta (p. phrase)
  1. Astride someone's shoulders.
pásiáta (p. phrase)
  1. At the head of a stream or top of a tree.
páze thóⁿdi (p. phrase)
  1. In the evening; about dusk, but before dark.
pédadi (p. phrase)
  1. In or on the fire.
pédeha (p. phrase)
  1. Into the fire.
qáthatá (p. phrase)
  1. Backwards.
qóⁿxadi (p. phrase)
  1. Away from the lodge.
qóⁿxata (p. phrase)
  1. Far away, at a great distance.
qthabádi (p. phrase)
  1. In the forest; among the trees.
qthabéadi (p. phrase)
  1. Among the trees, in the forest.
qthabéadítʰoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. Out from the forest, out of the trees.
qthabéaha (p. phrase)
  1. Into the forest.
qthabéata (p. phrase)
  1. To the trees, reaching the trees.
qthabéataha (p. phrase)
  1. Towards trees (but not reaching them).
qthabéatáthishoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. Towards or in the direction of trees.
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