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ábasta (v.)
  1. To patch; to put a patch on.
ábasta (n.)
  1. A patch.
ábastawáthe (v.s.)
  1. Patchable; can be patched.
ábastíste (v.)
  1. To close by pushing.
ábasude (v.)
  1. To push off, as corn from a cob or scrape off, as hair from a hide.
ábasháthu (v.)
  1. To make a rattling sound on something by pushing.
ábashethoⁿ (v.phrase)
  1. To impede crossing over a space.
ábashibaí (n.)
  1. Heir or heiress.
ábashíbe (v.)
  1. To leave something with someone.
  2. To bequeath to someone.
ábashizhe (v.)
  1. To shatter an object by thrusting at it.
ábashki (v.)
  1. To pound, as clothing on a stone or board.
ábashkoⁿ (v.)
  1. To push someone indirectly.
ábashóⁿtha (v.t.)
  1. To knock over a vessel and spill its contents on someone or something.
ábashpi (v.)
  1. To shell corn on.
ábashtáshta (v.a.)
  1. To pound on damp ground, making water ooze up.
ábashtóⁿga (v.a.)
  1. To bump something lightly, to push down gently.
ábashúde (v.)
  1. To sweep dust on someone.
ábat'u (v.)
  1. To brace or prop an object to keep it from falling.
ábatoⁿtha (v.)
  1. To roll up by pushing, as rolling a barrel up a board.
ábatube (v.)
  1. To crush on something by punching, pounding, or ramming.
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