by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are transitive verb

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múp'oⁿde (v.t.)
  1. To shake something once, slowly, by hitting it with an arrow.
  2. To throb or pulse once, slowly.
na (v.t.)
  1. To ask or beg someone for something; to demand.
na'óⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To hear; to listen.
  2. To understand what is said.
na'óⁿzhi (v.t.)
  1. To not hear or listen.
  2. To not understand.
páde (v.t.)
  1. To carve or cut up meat; dissect a body.
  2. To scalp a person.
pagías'iⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To nod to someone.
páhoⁿkʰíthe (v.t.)
  1. To make someone get up, as from bed.
qítha (v.t.)
  1. To hate to undertake, through fear of failure; to think that someone will not answer for the purpose.
qtáthazhi (v.t.)
  1. To dislike, not to love.
qtáthe (v.t.)
  1. To love a person or thing; to like, to think well of.
sabékʰithe (v.t.)
  1. To cause someone to be on guard, prudent, watchful.
shéthe (v.t.)
  1. To pay attention to; heed.
shéthekʰíthe (v.t.)
  1. To cause to heed or pay attention to someone
  2. To obey someone.
shéwatházhi (v.t.)
  1. To disregard them; not heed or pay attention to them.
  2. To withhold their pay or wages.
shéwathe (v.t.)
  1. To pay attention to them; heed them.
shi (v.t.)
  1. To ask someone to do something.
shkóⁿthe (v.t.)
  1. To cause to move; to dislodge, make restless; stir up.
shkóⁿwathe (v.t.)
  1. To cause them to move; to dislodge or disturb them.
shoⁿgéthe (v.t.)
  1. To leave them alone; said of scattered inanimate objects.
shoⁿkʰéthe (v.t.)
  1. To leave it alone; said of a long object.