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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 zhiⁿzhíⁿga (n.)
  1. Small articles, little things or items.
dádoⁿgíthe (n.)
  1. A kinsman or relation.
dát'ega (n.)
  1. Flea, fleas.
dawá'oⁿhe (n.)
  1. White birch, Betula populifolia
dézi (n.)
  1. Belly, abdomen.
díxe (n.)
  1. Epidemic, prevalent disease, such as smallpox.
éezhoⁿ (n.)
  1. Elm.
éezhoⁿ gthigthíde (n.)
  1. Slippery elm.
éezhoⁿ móⁿde (n.)
  1. Bow elm.
éezhoⁿ ukʰéthiⁿ (n.)
  1. Common elm.
éthe (n.)
  1. Relative; kinsman or kinswoman.
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