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qthudáthe (v.)
  1. Peeled off of its own accord, as the bark of certain trees.
qthúde (v.root)
  1. To be peeled off; to slip out of.
qthúqa (v.s.)
  1. Empty, emptied of its contents.
qthúqthu'a (n.)
  1. Holes in the head of animals communicating with the nostrils.
qthúqthuge (n.)
  1. Smallpox pits on the face and body.
qu'é (v.)
  1. To roar, to make the sound of waves, a water-fall, sand in an hour-glass, or grain poured from a bag.
qu'é átʰiáthai (v.phrase)
  1. They (birds) passed with a sudden buzzing or roaring.
qúde (v.s.)
  1. Gray, brown.
qúde gthezhé (v.s.phrase)
  1. Gray spotted, having gray spots.
qúga (n.)
  1. Badger.
quíⁿ (v.s.)
  1. Corrupt, putrid, offensive, rotten, stinking, as carrion.
quíⁿ bthoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To emit a putrid odor, smell rotten.
qúka (v.a.)
  1. To sing a dancing song; sing for others to dance to.
  2. To initiate someone into a secret society.
qwiⁿ (v.s.)
  1. Putrid, rotten, stinking, offensive, as carrion.
qwíⁿ bthoⁿ (v.)
  1. To emit a putrid odor.
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