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sabázhi (adv.)
  1. Suddenly.
sabázhiqti (adv.)
  1. Very suddenly.
sabé (v.a.)
  1. To be on guard, prudent, watchful.
sábe (v.s.)
  1. Black (for a nearby object).
sábe gthezhé (v.s.)
  1. Having black spots.
sábe gthithóⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To look black again suddenly, like a herd of buffalo or group of people in the distance
sabékʰithe (v.t.)
  1. To cause someone to be on guard, prudent, watchful.
sábeqti (v.s.)
  1. Very black.
sábe qúde égoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. Black with fine white spots; "black gray like".
sábe tu égoⁿ (v.s.)
  1. Bluish black.
sáda (v.s.)
  1. Stretched, straightened out, as an arm or leg.
sáda kʰiháhai (v.)
  1. They run homeward, stretched out in lines.
sáda thóⁿthoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. Stretched out in parallel or diverging lines.
sadégthe (n.)
  1. Scaffold.
sagí (v.s.)
  1. Firm, fast, tight; difficult to untie or loosen.
  2. Hard, as sweet corn before it is boiled.
sagígi (v.s.)
  1. Firm, tight, or hard repeatedly or in several places.
  2. Quick, swift, fast.
sagí ie (v.phrase)
  1. To speak loud and fast.
  2. To speak firmly; earnestly or vehemently.
sáhiⁿ (n.)
  1. The generic name for two types of grass which grow in ponds. The sahiⁿ proper is round and grows about ten feet tall.
sáhiⁿ ákʰithisíⁿsiⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Basket made of the sahiⁿ proper grass or rushes.
sáhiⁿ baxúxu (n.phrase)
  1. A flat stemmed grass, growing about 5 feet high, in ponds.
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