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wa (intj.)
  1. Masculine interjection expressing surprise or disappointment.
wága (v.a.)
  1. To cut meat into slices.
wága (n.)
  1. Slice; long slice of meat.
wagáqthoⁿ (n.)
  1. Servant.
wagáshoⁿ (v.)
  1. To travel; be on a journey.
wagáxe (n.)
  1. Debt.
wagáxe gáxe (v.phrase)
  1. To sign; to gesture.
wágazu (v.s.)
  1. Straight, right, honest, upright.
wágazuázhi (v.s.)
  1. Not straight, dishonest, wrong, unjust.
wágazuqtiázhi (v.s.)
  1. Not exactly correct.
wágazúthe (v.a.)
  1. To make straight or correct.
  2. To consider something straight or correct.
wagóⁿtha (v.)
  1. To want them.
wagóⁿze (n.)
  1. Teacher.
  2. Missionary.
wagóⁿze nudóⁿhoⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Officer over teachers or missionaries.
wagóⁿze wakóⁿdukʰíe (n.phrase)
  1. Minister, missionary; "teacher who talks to God".
wagthi (n.)
  1. Worm.
wagthíshka (n.)
  1. Insect, reptile, snake.
wagthíshka btháska (n.)
  1. Chinch, chinch bug; "flat bug".
wagthíshka ha shúga (n.)
  1. Cockroach; "insect with thick skin"
  2. Hercules Beetle (Dynastes tityus)
  3. Rhinoceros Beetle (Dynastes tityus)
wagthíshka hi dúba (n.)
  1. Lizard; "four-legged reptile".
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