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q'iⁿq'íⁿtha (v.s.)
  1. Inelastic, like old rubber; said of the wrinkled skin of old people.
qádadé (v.s.)
  1. Bristly, with bristling fur.
qáde (n.)
  1. Hay, dried grass.
qáde banóⁿnoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Grass growing in clumps, buffalo grass .
qáde mákʰoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Tea; "grass medicine, dried-grass medicine".
qáde noⁿsé (v.phrase)
  1. To mow grass.
qádigasé (n.)
  1. Scythe.
qádigazhná (n.)
  1. Scythe; "that by which grass is cut off evenly or smoothly".
qádinóⁿse (n.)
  1. Mowing machine.
qad íti (n.)
  1. Grass lodge.
qádithíze (n.)
  1. Pitchfork.
qaéthe (v.)
  1. To leak.
qaí (intj.)
  1. Whew! What! Exclamation used by males.
qáiná (intj.)
  1. Surprising! Is it possible? Exclamation of wonder, used by males.
qáqaga (v.s.)
  1. Ruffled up, tousled, as hair or feathers.
  2. Rough, prickly, as cloth or a beard.
Qáshishi (prop.noun)
  1. A place near Maple Creek, Nebraska, where the Omahas defeated a camp of Pawnees.
qátha (adv.)
  1. Back again to the starting point.
qáthatá (p. phrase)
  1. Backwards.
qchi (adv. suffix)
  1. Very, really, real.
qe (v.)
  1. To bury a corpse.
  2. To bury or cache food such as corn or dried meat.
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