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zha (n.)
  1. A general term for all yellow-flowering plants, such as sunflower, artichoke, etc.
zhábe (n.)
  1. Beaver.
zhábetázhoⁿ (n.)
  1. Box elder.
zhábithoⁿ (v.)
  1. To suddenly become stripped of bark.
zháge (v.root)
  1. Made larger, enlarged, as a hole.
zhágewáthe (v.s.)
  1. Able to be made larger, as a hole.
zháhaha (v.a.)
  1. To stab or gore repeatedly.
zháhe (v.a.)
  1. To stab; to gore; to thrust at with a knife or sword.
zhahégthe (v.)
  1. To gore or stab suddenly, with the knife touching the object at the moment of thrusting.
zháhewáthe (v.s.)
  1. Able to be stabbed, gored, or thrust at.
zhápʰă (n.)
  1. Gum; rosin from the particular plant used for chewing.
  2. Axle grease (not tar).
zhápʰăhi (n.)
  1. Rosin-plant.
zhápʰăhi pási skă (n.phrase)
  1. The white top of a rosin-plant.
zháqthazi (n.)
  1. The yellow flowers of the different species of the "ja" genus, including sunflowers.
  2. Not the regular sunflower of the prairies, but a shorter plant that matures in September.
zhá sagi (n.)
  1. "The hard ja," a tall plant with small capsules at the top.
zhata (v.s.)
  1. Forked, cloven.
zháta (n.)
  1. Fork, table fork.
zhá tóⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Sunflower.
zha tóⁿga baxúxu (n.phrase)
  1. A yellow flower, probably a species of sneezeweed or Helenium, found in Nebraska. It has an angle-stem (baxuxu), grows not over four feet high, near streams, and has several yellow flowers, each about an inch in diameter, at the top of the stem.
zhawa (v.root)
  1. Enormous; abundant.
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