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wagthíshka hiⁿ shkúbe (n.)
  1. Caterpillar; "thick haired insect".
wagthíshka tú (n.)
  1. Green worm (caterpillar?), about two inches long, without hair and with two black horns. "Green insect".
wagthíshka ukígthiske (n.)
  1. Spider.
wahá (n.)
  1. Animal skins.
wahába (n.)
  1. Ear of corn, corn on the cob (hardened).
wahábaégoⁿ (n.)
  1. A water plant with corn-like ears; "like corn".
wahába qthíⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Corn smut.
wahába shtóⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Soft corn on the cob; ear corn before it gets hard.
wahábigaskóⁿthe (n.)
  1. Cattail; Typha latifolia.
waháb ushágthe (n.)
  1. Smallest ear on a corn stalk.
wahá ságe 'óⁿaze gáxe ugthíⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. An awning or wall-less shelter made of skins attached to posts; "summer hide shade made to sit in".
wahé (v.a.)
  1. To pound something; to pound corn or meat (pemmican).
wahé'oⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To tie or wrap up a pack.
  2. To arrange the two packs, one on each side of a horse.
wahéhazhi (v.s.)
  1. To be brave, stout-hearted, dependable.
wahéhazhi égoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To be sort of brave; a little brave.
wahéhazhikithe (v.a.)
  1. To consider oneself brave.
wahéhazhithe (v.t.)
  1. To consider someone brave or dependable.
wahéhe (v.s.)
  1. To be unsteady, insecure, loosely fastened.
  2. To be sickly, faint-hearted, undependable.
wahí (n.)
  1. Bone.
wahí gaznúgithe (n.phrase)
  1. A boys' game.
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