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tat'íⁿxe (n.)
  1. Green scum which rises on water in springs.
tatá (v.s.)
  1. To be unsteady, trembling.
tátashe (v.s.)
  1. Callous, lumpy, or knotty here and there.
táthazápʰa (n.)
  1. Wood tick.
táxe (n.)
  1. Saliva.
táxe thaí théthe (v.phrase)
  1. To spit; to bring saliva into the mouth and spit it out.
táxichʰu (v.a.)
  1. To spit; to expectorate.
tazhníⁿge (n.)
  1. Striped chipmunk or groundsquirrel.
tazhníⁿgthiskahá (n.phrase)
  1. Spotted fawn skin.
tazhnóⁿge (n.)
  1. Ash tree.
Tazhnóⁿguzhi wachʰíshka kʰe (prop.noun)
  1. 1. Shell Creek, a creek which empties into the Platte River, near North Bend, Nebraska; "the stream whose banks are studded with ash trees".
  2. A branch of the Niobrara river.
tázhu (n.)
  1. Flesh; muscle fiber.
teá (n.)
  1. Foreleg of an animal.
teáanoⁿsóⁿde (n.)
  1. Meat under the side of the body near where the Omahas disjoint the foreleg of a large animal.
teákʰoⁿtʰa (n.)
  1. Large tendon in the arm of humans and monkeys, and in the upper foreleg of buffalo, oxen, etc.
teástuhi (n.)
  1. Elbow.
  2. Outer part of the knee in an animal's foreleg.
téatʰata (n.)
  1. Praying mantis.
teátʰoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To have arms or forelegs.
teáthigúzhe (n.)
  1. "Bent forelegs"; the forelegs of animals.
teáukʰíba (n.)
  1. Shoulder joint of a large animal.
  2. Space between the shoulder joints and the knees, and between the knees and the ankles of the forelegs of a large animal.
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