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áqewoⁿ (n.)
  1. Frost on vegetation; hoar frost.
aqíbe (n.)
  1. Bracelet, armlet.
áqoⁿdepá (n.)
  1. Leather bracelet worn around a man's wrist as protection against the bow-string.
  2. The hiⁿqpe-iȼibaⁿ made of swan's down, wrapped around the middle of the sacred pole.
áqthu (n.)
  1. Underside of a bird's wing.
ásku (n.)
  1. Scalp-lock.
ásku (n.)
  1. Scalp-lock.
astúhi (n.)
  1. Elbow.
áukʰítʰe (n.)
  1. Inner angle of elbow joint.
áushóⁿshoⁿ (n.)
  1. Wrist.
áutóⁿga (n.)
  1. Upper arm.
áuzni (n.)
  1. Forearm.
azé (n.)
  1. Meat, meat juice; beef extract.
bahóⁿhoⁿ (n.)
  1. Hilly, rolling prairie.
banóⁿ (n.)
  1. Clump or cluster of young trees growing from a single root.
  2. Bunch of grass.
  3. Group of friends or relatives standing and talking together.
banóⁿge (n.)
  1. The rolling wheel used in playing the Omaha game "banañge kide".
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