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waníⁿde (n.)
  1. Mush.
waníⁿdegáske (n.)
  1. Ash-cake.
wanóⁿbthe (n.)
  1. Eater.
wanóⁿduzi (v.s.)
  1. To be afraid of an accident, as when one walks on a weak ladder or thin ice.
wanóⁿduziwáthé (v.a.)
  1. Making one fear an accident, as a weak ladder or thin ice.
wanóⁿp'iⁿ (n.)
  1. Man's necklace; something worn around a man's neck.
wanóⁿp'iⁿqti (n.)
  1. A species of white shell, used for making necklaces and earrings; "real necklace".
wanóⁿpazhi (v.a.)
  1. To fear no seen danger, not be afraid of anything seen.
Wánoⁿpázhi (prop.noun)
  1. Fears no Seen Danger; bravery name of a Ponca man.
wanóⁿpe giáxe (v.phrase)
  1. To threaten someone.
wanóⁿqthiⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To hurry; to go in haste.
waóⁿtha kʰigthé (v.t.)
  1. To have gone back or homeward without them.
wapʰúgahada (n.)
  1. Short-eared owl.
wapʰúgahaháda (n.)
  1. Short-eared owl.
wáqa (v.a.)
  1. To exceed them, go beyond them, excel more than them.
waqága zhíⁿga (n.)
  1. A species of cactus; "small thorn".
waqá tóⁿga (n.)
  1. A species of cactus; "large thorn".
wáqe (n.)
  1. White person, white man; non-Indian.
  2. Frenchman, Canadian.
waqé (v.a.)
  1. To bury them.
wáqe (v.a.)
  1. To exceed them; go beyond them; excel more than them.
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