by Omaha Word

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oⁿ (v.)
  1. To use.
  2. To wear.
oⁿ (intj.)
  1. Yes.
oⁿ (intj.)
  1. Expression implying belief of what has been heard.
óⁿazhiwáthe (v.s.)
  1. Unfit for use.
óⁿba (n.)
  1. Day.
óⁿbade (p. phrase)
  1. By day, in the daytime, daily.
  2. When it is day.
óⁿbadi (p. phrase)
  1. Earlier today.
óⁿbagthe (n.)
  1. Corn kneaded into round cakes.
  2. A dish made of finely ground corn and boiled beans, cooked together and left in the kettle till the mixture is stiff and solid, the next day.
óⁿba piázhi (n.phrase)
  1. Bad weather, unpleasant or stormy weather; bad day.
óⁿba piázhi shkóⁿ gipʰezhi (v.)
  1. To be bad weather on one; to storm on one.
óⁿba tʰhéthuádi (p. phrase)
  1. Earlier today.
óⁿbatʰóⁿshte (adv.)
  1. Someday, hereafter.
oⁿbáthe (adv.)
  1. Today; "this day".
óⁿbathéqchi (adv.)
  1. This very day.
óⁿbathúhage (n.phrase)
  1. Judgment day; the last day.
oⁿbáthuháge (n.phrase)
  1. Judgment day; the last day.
óⁿba waqúbe (n.phrase)
  1. Sunday; "mysterious day, holy day".
  2. Week.
óⁿba wathízha (n.phrase)
  1. Saturday; "washing day".
óⁿba wékʰizhnoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Thanksgiving Day.
óⁿba zhíde (n.phrase)
  1. Redness of the dawn.
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