by Omaha Word

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i (n.)
  1. Mouth (of a person or animal).
í'e (v.)
  1. To dig with or by means of some instrument.
í'iⁿ (n.)
  1. A carrying strap; a strap or cord for carrying something on one's back or for a powder horn.
i+ (intj.)
  1. Feminine interjection of wonder or reproof; nonsense!; how absurd!
íagikígthe (v.)
  1. To kiss one's own.
iágikʰígthe (v.)
  1. To kiss one's own.
iátha (v.a.)
  1. To yawn or gape; open mouth wide.
iáthixa (v.t.)
  1. To open the mouth on.
  2. To scold.
iáthixáxa (v.t.)
  1. To be angry at, scold repeatedly.
  2. To champ at the bit, like a horse.
íazhi (v.a.)
  1. Not to speak; to be silent.
íba (v.s.)
  1. To swell.
íba (n.)
  1. Handle.
íbagúda (n.)
  1. Probe.
íbahoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To know a person or thing.
Íbahóⁿbi (prop.noun)
  1. "He is known"; name of an Omaha chief.
íbahoⁿ égoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To partly know; to suspect.
íbahoⁿwáthe (v.s.)
  1. Able to be known.
íbahóⁿzhi (v.)
  1. Not to know; to know nothing about.
íbahóⁿzhiwáthe (v.s.)
  1. Not able to be known.
íbaqte (n.)
  1. Something used for tying a bundle.
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