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qitháthage (n.)
  1. Headdress made of whole eagles.
qithá zhíⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Eaglet; eagle chick.
qíxe (v.s.)
  1. Broken in, as any hollow object.
qiⁿhá (n.)
  1. Skin (of humans).
qiⁿhá skă (v.s.)
  1. White-skinned.
qiⁿqé (n.)
  1. A tissue, perhaps a membrane.
qiⁿqé áthaha (n.phrase)
  1. Material sticking on the sides of the kettle, after meat, etc., has been boiled in it.
qóⁿ (v.s.)
  1. Broken but not in two, said of a chair, bone, etc.
qóⁿde (adv.)
  1. All together, collectively.
qóⁿga (n.)
  1. Syphilis.
qóⁿthe (v.a.)
  1. Break, cause to be broken (accidentally).
qóⁿxa (adv.)
  1. Distant, far, remote.
qóⁿxadi (p. phrase)
  1. Away from the lodge.
qóⁿxata (p. phrase)
  1. Far away, at a great distance.
qpe (v.a.)
  1. Crumbled off.
qpéga (v.s.)
  1. Faint, exhausted, feeble, languid, drooping, as after sickness or bad news.
qtáthazhi (v.t.)
  1. To dislike, not to love.
qtáthe (v.t.)
  1. To love a person or thing; to like, to think well of.
qtáthewáthe (v.s.)
  1. Lovable, worthy of being loved.
qti (adv. suffix)
  1. Very, really, real.