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ábatʰe (v.)
  1. To sew on, as ribbon on leggings or moccasins.
ábathiⁿge (v.)
  1. To exhaust or use up.
ábaxoⁿ (v.)
  1. To stick something in the hair.
ábaxu (v.)
  1. To write on something; to write over or copy.
ábaxuwáthe (v.s.)
  1. Able to be written on.
  2. Able to be copied.
ábaznu (v.)
  1. To make an object slide on something, by pushing it with the hand or a stick.
ábaznúznu (v.)
  1. To mash on, as mashing potatoes on something.
ábazoⁿde (v.)
  1. To stitch up, sew up, or lace up.
ábazu (v.)
  1. To point at with the finger.
ábazhna (v.t.)
  1. To cut someone's hair.
ábazhnade (v.a.)
  1. To pick something up with a stick, by thrusting at it; to push with a stick.
ábazhna gthézhe (n.phrase)
  1. Hair cut off the head in spots, leaving the scalp showing here and there.
ábazhnáthoⁿ (n.)
  1. Haircut, hairstyle; style of cutting one's hair.
ábazhnúde (v.)
  1. To push or shove off on, as one's coat.
ábazhu (v.a.)
  1. To move the arms in walking or running.
ábi (conj.)
  1. If, if only.
ábibthi (v.)
  1. To blow dust on.
ábibthipʰe (v.)
  1. To pound something fine on another object.
ábibude (v.)
  1. To crush or mash on something.
ábigthi (v.)
  1. To fall on something, nearly pressing off a piece of flesh.
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