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  1. To hide or cover up something by lying on it.
ábipʰu (v.a.)
  1. To close, with a straight motion such as sliding or pushing a door.
ábishóⁿtha (v.)
  1. To spill a vessel's contents by leaning against it.
ábishtoⁿga (v.)
  1. To sit or press softly on something.
  2. To press an object in order to soften it.
ábithiⁿge (v.)
  1. To wear out by rubbing on something.
ábixe (v.)
  1. To boil, to foam.
ábizhnábe (v.a.)
  1. Spread as plaster on a wall.
  2. Plaster.
ábthage (v.s.)
  1. To be calm, still, without wind.
ábthu (n.)
  1. A bird's shoulder. (Never used of a person or animal other than birds.)
adítʰoⁿ (p.)
  1. Since a past time.
adóⁿ (conj.)
agábtha (v.s.)
  1. Spread out, opened up.
ágahanapáze (v.)
  1. To be dark over; to overshadow.
ágaqthe (adv.)
  1. With the wind or current.
agíkʰi (v.phrase)
  1. To arrive at home, going there for what is not one's own.
agíkʰigthé (v.phrase)
  1. To go back again for something not one's own.
agímoⁿgthíⁿgă (v.phrase)
  1. Begone and get it! (Male commanding)
agímoⁿthíⁿgă (v.phrase)
  1. Go after it! (Male commanding)
agíthe (v.)
  1. Go and get something, not one's own
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