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Omaha Words that are noun phrase

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óⁿba piázhi (n.phrase)
  1. Bad weather, unpleasant or stormy weather; bad day.
óⁿba waqúbe (n.phrase)
  1. Sunday; "mysterious day, holy day".
  2. Week.
óⁿba wathízha (n.phrase)
  1. Saturday; "washing day".
óⁿba wékʰizhnoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Thanksgiving Day.
óⁿba zhíde (n.phrase)
  1. Redness of the dawn.
óⁿbathúhage (n.phrase)
  1. Judgment day; the last day.
oⁿbáthuháge (n.phrase)
  1. Judgment day; the last day.
oⁿgóⁿthoⁿgatʰóⁿ (n.phrase)
pá ushtóⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. The soft part of the nose, around the tip, including the septum.
pahé huhú égoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Elongated and rounded butte; "long hill resembling a fish."
pahé itʰáxata kʰe (n.phrase)
  1. The hills up north, or towards the head of the Missouri River.
páhe íⁿ'e ákigtháha (n.phrase)
  1. Terraced mesa; "hill with rocks one on another."
pahé toⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Mountain.
pahé waíⁿ égoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Hill with a squared-off top, plateau; "hill shaped like a robe".
pahé wáqe ti égoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Flat-topped butte; "hill like a white man's house".
páhiⁿ batʰé (n.phrase)
  1. Porcupine work; quill work.
pahiⁿ ímase (n.phrase)
  1. Porcupine-quill cutter; small knife.
páhiⁿ tu (n.phrase)
  1. Green-necked duck (Anas boscas).
páhiⁿ wiúthiske (n.phrase)
  1. Porcupine work, quill work.
pahúgthe (n.phrase)
  1. Hole at the base of the skull, where the spinal cord enters.