by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are adverb

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shóⁿqti (adv.)
  1. In spite of; notwithstanding.
  2. Just so.
  3. All at once, right away.
shóⁿqti góⁿ (adv.)
  1. For no reason; nothing being the matter.
shóⁿshoⁿ (adv.)
  1. Always, ever, unceasing, enduring.
shoⁿshóⁿqtioⁿ (adv.)
  1. Always, forever.
shoⁿshóⁿtha (adv.)
  1. In a trembling manner, shakily.
shúkata (adv.)
  1. With the flock, herd, or company.
síkoⁿtoⁿ (adv.)
  1. At or to the ankle.
síoⁿthé (adv.)
  1. Simply, purely, merely, only.
siⁿdéhadi (adv.)
  1. At the tail; in the rear.
tápʰe (adv.)
  1. Nearby; near the starting place.
u'óⁿthiⁿgé (adv.)
  1. For nothing, for free, without pay.
  2. Without cause.
  3. Without permission.
ú'oⁿthiⁿgéqti (adv.)
  1. For nothing at all; without the slightest cause or provocation.
úahígitheha (adv.)
  1. Frequently, often.
úthishoⁿtátʰoⁿ (adv.)
  1. From all sides; from all around.
uthúagthe (adv.)
  1. Throughout; without stopping, continously.
wéahíde (adv.)
  1. Far from; at a distance from.
wéahidéqti (adv.)
  1. Very far; at a great distance.
wéahidéqtiátahi (adv.)
  1. On reaching a distant place; very far away.
wíutʰóⁿga (adv.)
  1. As soon as, immediately after, right after.
wíutʰoⁿgáqti (adv.)
  1. Just as soon as.