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wánakóⁿgthe wégthi (n.phrase)
  1. Lamp oil.
wánanáse (v.)
  1. Surround repeatedly or often.
wanáqi (n.)
  1. Grains of parched corn.
wanáqi uthísoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To roast or parch corn.
wánaqthe (v.a.)
  1. To hide, cover, or conceal people or animals.
wanáse (v.)
  1. To surround them; surround a herd of buffalo or elk.
wánase (v.)
  1. To surround them, as a herd of buffalo or elk.
wánase (n.)
  1. Surrounding of a herd.
wanáshe (n.)
  1. Policeman, soldier.
wanáshe nazhíⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To stand guard, as a soldier or police officer.
wanáshe nudoⁿhoⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Police chief; officer.
wanáshe utʰíⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To punish officially; to punish for breaking a law.
Waná wáchʰigáxe (prop.noun)
  1. Begging Dance.
wanáxata (p. phrase)
  1. In or to the spirit land.
wanáxe (n.)
  1. Ghost, spirit.
wanáxethe (v.)
  1. To die, to pass away.
wanáxoⁿxoⁿ (n.)
  1. Firefly, lightning bug; "shows red at intervals as it lights up".
wanázhnudéthe (n.)
  1. Hominy.
waníabi (v.s.)
  1. Causing pain.
waníta (n.)
  1. Quadruped; four-legged animal.
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