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tʰábthiⁿbthiⁿ (v.)
  1. Staggering.
tʰáchʰithíⁿge (n.)
  1. Meadowlark.
tʰagthóⁿgthoⁿtha (v.)
  1. To shake, to be unsteady, not well supported.
tʰaíhiⁿ uhóⁿge (n.phrase)
  1. End of the mane.
tʰashtáde (n.)
  1. Flank.
tʰashtáde qthú'a (n.phrase)
  1. Hollow of the flank.
tʰátʰithíⁿge (n.)
  1. Meadowlark.
tʰáthaábe (v.)
  1. Rolled up on the shoulders.
tʰithé (v.a.)
  1. To begin, to start.
  2. To arrive, as a baby being born.
tʰiⁿ (v.s.)
  1. To be damp, dampened, moist, moistened.
tʰíⁿthe (v.t.)
  1. To moisten or dampen the surface of an object.
tʰoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To exist, there is/there are; to abound.
  2. To have or possess.
tʰoⁿ (n.)
  1. Early autumn; harvest time.
tʰóⁿadi (n.phrase)
  1. Last early autumn.
tʰóⁿde (p. phrase)
  1. During future early autumns; during early falls after the next one.
tʰóⁿdoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. During early autumn of past years; before last early autumn.
tʰóⁿgaqthóⁿ (n.)
  1. Late autumn; the later fall, when it is time for the fall hunt.
tʰóⁿgaqthóⁿadi (n.phrase)
  1. Last late autumn or fall.
tʰóⁿgaqthóⁿde (p. phrase)
  1. During future late autumn seasons, in years after next year.
tʰóⁿgaqthóⁿdoⁿ (p. phrase)
  1. Later autumn; during past late autumn seasons, before last year.
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