by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are transitive verb

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na'óⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To hear; to listen.
  2. To understand what is said.
na'óⁿzhi (v.t.)
  1. To not hear or listen.
  2. To not understand.
páde (v.t.)
  1. To carve or cut up meat; dissect a body.
  2. To scalp a person.
pagías'iⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To nod to someone.
páhoⁿkʰíthe (v.t.)
  1. To make someone get up, as from bed.
qítha (v.t.)
  1. To hate to undertake, through fear of failure; to think that someone will not answer for the purpose.
qtáthazhi (v.t.)
  1. To dislike, not to love.
qtáthe (v.t.)
  1. To love a person or thing; to like, to think well of.
sabékʰithe (v.t.)
  1. To cause someone to be on guard, prudent, watchful.
shéthe (v.t.)
  1. To pay attention to; heed.
shéthekʰíthe (v.t.)
  1. To cause to heed or pay attention to someone
  2. To obey someone.
shéwatházhi (v.t.)
  1. To disregard them; not heed or pay attention to them.
  2. To withhold their pay or wages.
shéwathe (v.t.)
  1. To pay attention to them; heed them.
shi (v.t.)
  1. To ask someone to do something.
shkóⁿthe (v.t.)
  1. To cause to move; to dislodge, make restless; stir up.
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