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'á'abe (v.s.)
  1. Notched in many places.
'ábe (v.root)
  1. Notched (in one place).
'ábe (v.s.)
  1. Notched (in one place).
'ábe (n.)
  1. Leaf, leaves.
'ágtha (v.)
  1. To suffer; to be injured or made sick by food, etc.
'ágtha athíⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To harm someone, to treat someone badly.
'ágthakíthe (v.)
  1. To cause oneself to suffer; to bring trouble on oneself.
'ágthathe (v.)
  1. To cause to suffer.
  2. To behave ill, by eating or destroying anything of value.
'ágthawáthe (v.)
  1. To make them or us suffer.
'ágthethe (v.t.)
  1. To make someone suffer, to mistreat.
'áqti (adv.)
  1. No matter what (is said or done)
'áxe (v.root)
  1. To make a sound; to produce a noise that sounds like "'áxe".
'áxe tʰígthe (v.)
  1. To make the sound ʔaxe suddenly.
'e (v.t.)
  1. To dig.
  2. To pare or peel, as potatoes.
'éwathe (v.s.)
  1. Arable.
'oⁿ (adv.)
  1. How.
'óⁿa égoⁿ (v.)
  1. Hesitant because of the certainty of failure.
'óⁿaze (n.)
  1. Shadow, shade.
'óⁿaziháha (v.)
  1. To cast parallel shadows.
'oⁿsa (v.)
  1. Swift at running.
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