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Omaha Words that are noun phrase

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pahúthoⁿda ákigtháha tʰóⁿ égoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Terraced butte; "island" or "isolated hill with stories on it".
pahúthuda (n.phrase)
  1. Mound; hill with a truncated, flat, curved top.
paqthíⁿbika (n.phrase)
  1. Pocket handkerchief.
páthiⁿwazhíⁿgetá (n.phrase)
  1. Blue jay; "bird of the Pawnees".
páthiⁿzháhe (n.phrase)
  1. A game in which two men try to throw sticks through a rope ring rolled along the ground. Some call the game "chunky".
páze wathátʰe (n.phrase)
  1. Supper, evening meal.
pedéni uthíⁿwiⁿ tí (n.phrase)
  1. Liquor store.
píazhi tʰe kí (n.phrase)
  1. Whichever one is bad.
póⁿqe ukʰéthiⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus)?; "common artichoke".
póⁿqe zhíde (n.phrase)
  1. Beet.
qáde banóⁿnoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Grass growing in clumps, buffalo grass .
qáde mákʰoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Tea; "grass medicine, dried-grass medicine".
qitha gthazhe (n.phrase)
  1. A spotted eagle, resembling the Aquila clanga.
qithá hináqpegthé (n.phrase)
  1. Eagle's nest.
qithá mashóⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Quill feathers of the war eagle.
qithá zhíⁿga (n.phrase)
  1. Eaglet; eagle chick.
qiⁿqé áthaha (n.phrase)
  1. Material sticking on the sides of the kettle, after meat, etc., has been boiled in it.
qthabé banóⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. A clump of trees, growing up from a single root or stump.
qthabé banóⁿnoⁿ (n.phrase)
  1. Clumps of trees here and there.
qthabé baté (n.phrase)
  1. A clump of trees, all coming up together from a single root or stump.