by Omaha Word

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iⁿ (v.)
  1. To wear, as a blanket, robe, or shawl.
  2. To use, as tobacco.
iⁿdáthiⁿga (n.)
  1. Mysterious being that dwells in the woods.
  2. Hairy mysterious being.
  3. Long-clawed mysterious being.
iⁿgadábi (n.)
  1. Marbles; "stone shaped by striking".
iⁿgthé (n.)
  1. Manure, dung, feces.
Iⁿgthézhide (prop.noun)
  1. Red Dung, one of the Ishtasenda gentes of the Omaha tribe.
iⁿgthóⁿ (n.)
  1. Thunderbird; thunder god.
Iⁿgthóⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. First Son; a birth order name.
iⁿgthoⁿ+ (n.)
  1. First born son!; a term of address by a female speaker.
iⁿgthóⁿga sháge athíⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Keepers of the Wildcat Claws; a name for the Washetʰoⁿ or Reptile People of the Omaha Ishtasoⁿda clan.
iⁿgthóⁿ níkashíⁿga (prop.noun)
  1. Thunder people; Thunderbird people. A sub-clan of the Omaha Ishtasanda clan.
iⁿgthóⁿsiⁿhnéde (n.)
  1. Mountain lion; "long tailed cat".
iⁿgthóⁿsiⁿznéde (n.)
  1. Mountain lion; "long tailed cat".
iⁿgthóⁿxe piázhi (n.phrase)
  1. Demon; evil spirit.
íⁿshte (adv.)
  1. It is as it were.
  2. For example.