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ábaáze (v.a.)
  1. To push something off one object and onto another with a stick.
ábabthi (v.)
  1. To plow a furrow over corn that has sprung up.
  2. To pound on something.
  3. To come up on or over, as water.
ábachʰízhe (v.)
  1. To be impetuous or rash.
ábae (v.)
  1. To hunt game; to go out hunting for a day without taking families along.
  2. To go out as scouts from the hunting group, in order to learn where the buffalo herd is.
ábaéma (N/A)
  1. Scouts; hunters who go out from camp to locate the buffalo when the tribe is travelling on the buffalo hunt.
ábagtha (v.a.)
  1. To hesitate or draw back through shame or diffidence.
ábagthawáthe (v.s.)
  1. Causing hesitancy through diffidence or shame.
ábagthi (v.)
  1. To dig, as with a spade.
ábaha (v.)
  1. To make a motion toward a person as if to hit them.
ábaku (n.)
  1. Upper back, the part of a person's back between the shoulders.
  2. Lower part of the neck of an animal.
  3. Buffalo hump.
ábaku tashe (n.phrase)
  1. Largest prominence on the spine, near the nape of a horse's neck.
ábamoⁿ (v.)
  1. To file on something.
ábanoⁿ (v.)
  1. To gaze on someone.
ábanoⁿge (v.)
  1. To roll over someone by pushing, as with a wheelbarrow.
ábapʰu (v.t.)
  1. To push straight together and close, as sliding doors.
  2. To turn up the sole of a moccasin over the top.
ábas'u (v.a.)
  1. To plane off a piece of wood lying on something.
ábase (v.)
  1. To saw on something else, as wood on a sawhorse.
ábasi (v.)
  1. False, untrue.
  2. To lie, to prevaricate.
ábaskébe (v.)
  1. To scrape an object on something, by pushing with the hand.
ábasoⁿde (v.)
  1. To push with the hand against something which is on something else (as a pen on paper).
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