by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are transitive verb

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éthe (v.t.)
  1. To have someone as kin; to regard someone as one's relative.
éthiaze (v.t.)
éthoⁿthe (v.t.)
  1. To wound someone.
ganóⁿge (v.t.)
  1. to roll something by tossing it
  2. to turn / swing something forcefully, for example a jumprope
gaxápi (v.t.)
gíbaxápi (v.t.)
gíbaxápigthe (v.t.)
gíni (v.t.)
  1. To escape from.
gínoⁿshe (v.t.)
gthápiázhi (v.t.)
  1. To speak one's own badly; speak one's native language incorrectly or speak badly of one's relative.
gthoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To take a wife; to take someone as one's wife.
gthoⁿzhi (v.t.)
  1. Not to take a wife; not to take someone as one's wife.
hithá (v.t.)
  1. To bathe; to bathe someone.
iáthixa (v.t.)
  1. To open the mouth on.
  2. To scold.
iáthixáxa (v.t.)
  1. To be angry at, scold repeatedly.
  2. To champ at the bit, like a horse.
íbahoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To know a person or thing.
ídathe (v.t.)
  1. To give birth to.
íhusa (v.t.)
  1. To scold, chide, rebuke, reprove someone.
íqa (v.t.)
  1. To laugh, to laugh at someone or something.
itínithe (v.t.)