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Tadéwiⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Woman's name: "Wind Woman".
Tadéwiⁿ t'é tʰe wachʰíshka kʰe (prop.noun)
  1. Name of a creek; "Stream where Wind Woman died."
tadóⁿhe (n.)
  1. Sudden gust of wind.
  2. Whirlwind.
ta gáqthiqthí (n.phrase)
  1. Sausage meat.
táge (n.)
  1. Black walnut.
tágehi (n.)
  1. Black walnut tree (Juglans nigra).
tagtháde (n.)
  1. Roof of the mouth; hard palate.
tahánuka (n.)
  1. A green hide, freshly taken from the animal and still wet.
tahánuka péxe (n.phrase)
  1. Rattle made of or covered with green hide.
taháthisóⁿ (n.)
  1. A cord used for tying the sacred ear of corn to the two sticks, for the Pipe dance, made of braided hair from the head of a buffalo.
Taháthizha (prop.noun)
  1. A game played by Kansa, Omaha, and Ponca children.
taháthizhe (n.)
  1. Sack made of wool, or of the threads of a worn-out blanket.
taháwagthe (n.)
  1. Shield.
tahíⁿ (n.)
  1. Hair of an animal; "deer hair"; especially hair from an animal's tail.
  2. Hair from a horse's tail, used in ornamentation.
táhiⁿwágthoⁿ (n.)
  1. Deer's tail headdress.
táhugádoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To stretch out a hide on the ground with pins.
tahúpʰezi (n.)
  1. An old, worn out piece of tent skin.
tái (n.)
  1. Back of the head, from the parting of the hair on the crown to the neck.
taiáta (p. phrase)
  1. At or near the back of the head.
tái bazhú (n.phrase)
  1. Prominent part of the back of the head.
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