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te íⁿdeha watháge (n.phrase)
  1. Head covering made from the black hair that grows on a buffalo's face, near the chin.
téiⁿgthe (n.)
  1. Dung of ruminating animals, especially buffalo dung.
téiⁿkʰéde (n.)
  1. Shoulder of an animal.
temázi wathíⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Fat in the abdomen of a buffalo.
temíxuga (n.)
  1. Freemartin or hermaphrodite buffalo.
temíⁿga (n.)
  1. Female buffalo; buffalo cow.
temóⁿge (n.)
  1. Chest of a buffalo; one of the parts into which a carcass was divided by hunters.
tená (intj.)
  1. Masculine interjection of surprise, reproof, and indignation. "Why!"; "Hey!"
tená (intj.)
  1. Masculine interjection of expostulation; "Why!, Fie!"
te nashkíha (n.phrase)
  1. Hair on the head of a buffalo.
ténazhíha (n.)
  1. Hair on a buffalo's head.
tenéxe (n.)
  1. Bladder of a person or animal.
tenóⁿde (n.)
  1. Heart of a buffalo or other animal.
tenóⁿduqthúqaha (n.)
  1. Pericardium.
tenóⁿkʰa (n.)
  1. Buffalo's back.
tenóⁿkʰakoⁿ (n.)
  1. Lean meat near the spine.
  2. Covered with sinew.
  3. Tenderloin.
tenúde táshe (n.phrase)
  1. Larynx or Adams apple, in both animals and humans.
tenúga (n.)
  1. Male buffalo; buffalo bull.
tepá (n.)
  1. Head of a buffalo.
tepáhi (n.)
  1. Neck of a buffalo.
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