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táihiⁿ (n.)
  1. Mane of an animal.
taíhiⁿ (n.)
  1. Mane of an animal.
Táihiⁿ múxa gáxai (n.phrase)
  1. A hair style; "mane made to stand up and hang over a little on each side".
Táihiⁿ tóⁿga (prop.noun)
  1. Man's name: "Big Mane".
táiúgthe (n.)
  1. Bone in the lower back of the neck, into which the spine fits.
táiⁿhiⁿ (n.)
  1. Mane of an animal.
taíⁿhiⁿ (n.)
  1. Mane of an animal.
táiⁿhiⁿ múxa gáxe (v.phrase)
  1. To cut hair with a crest left down the middle, in the Omaha and Ponca style.
taíⁿhiⁿ uhóⁿge (n.phrase)
  1. End of the mane.
takóⁿ (n.)
  1. Deer sinew.
  2. Sinew taken from the backs of deer and buffalo and used for thread, bows, etc.
takóⁿha (n.)
  1. Special deer or buffalo sinew used for sewing.
takóⁿ móⁿde (n.phrase)
  1. A type of bow whose back is overlaid with sinew and which differs in shape from an ordinary bow.
tákʰiⁿkʰiⁿ (v.)
  1. To stagger or totter when walking on a secure foundation. Used only of persons.
tamóⁿ (n.)
  1. Part of a wolf's intestine.
ta násage (n.phrase)
  1. Hard dried meat; jerky.
tangá ithóⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To become large suddenly.
taní (n.)
  1. Soup.
ta niúsi (n.)
  1. Gravy.
tanúka (n.)
  1. Meat; fresh meat.
tanúk izhégthoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Gridiron, grill; "what meat is broiled on".
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