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qe (intj.)
  1. Exclamation of surprise or annoyance, used by one who has made a mistake; darn it!; bother!
qe (n.)
  1. High hill or ridge.
  2. Mountain.
qé'a (v.s.)
  1. Short.
qéga (v.s.)
  1. Dried, dead, as a branch or tree.
qégathe (v.a.)
  1. To cause to become dried or dead; said of wood.
qékʰi (adv.)
  1. Base of a bluff; under a bluff.
qépʰa (v.s.)
  1. Short, as a vest.
qéqega (v.s.)
  1. Dry here and there, as a branch or tree.
qewóⁿge (v.)
  1. Be frost on the ground, but not on any vegetation that can be damaged.
qewóⁿge (n.)
  1. Frost on the ground, but not on vegetation.
qéxe (v.)
  1. To caress, fondle, as an infant, in order to quiet it.
  2. To care for, to comfort, as a distressed child.
qiátha (v.a.)
  1. To fall, as when walking on solid ground.
qiátha (v.s.)
  1. Fallen down.
qíqige (n.)
  1. The holes in the heads of animals, communicating with the nostrils.
qítha (v.t.)
  1. To hate to undertake, through fear of failure; to think that someone will not answer for the purpose.
qithá (n.)
  1. Eagle.
qitha gthazhe (n.phrase)
  1. A spotted eagle, resembling the Aquila clanga.
qithá hináqpegthé (n.phrase)
  1. Eagle's nest.
qithá mashóⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Quill feathers of the war eagle.
qitháskă (n.)
  1. Golden eagle; "white eagle".