by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are transitive verb

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thiⁿwíⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To buy; to purchase or trade.
thiⁿwíⁿtʰoⁿkʰithe (v.t.)
  1. To buy something from someone.
tʰíⁿthe (v.t.)
  1. To moisten or dampen the surface of an object.
tʰoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To exist, there is/there are; to abound.
  2. To have or possess.
ú (v.t.)
  1. To wound someone.
  2. To hit a mark or target.
ú'oⁿ (v.t.)
  1. Make trouble for someone; cause trouble; be to blame for something.
ugtháshige (v.t.)
  1. To complain about one's relative or friend.
uítha (v.t.)
  1. To tell someone something.
uthí'age (v.t.)
  1. To be unwilling; to refuse someone something.
uthúatʰoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To be nearest or next to someone or something.
  2. To be less ___.
úwagikóⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To help them or us; to aid more than one person.
úwakoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To help them.
uzhéthathe (v.t.)
  1. To tire someone, to make someone weary.
wahéhazhithe (v.t.)
  1. To consider someone brave or dependable.
waóⁿtha kʰigthé (v.t.)
  1. To have gone back or homeward without them.
wébabéxiⁿ (v.t.)
wébahoⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To give some objects to them, in addition to other presents.
wéhusa (v.t.)
  1. To scold, chide, rebuke,or reprove them.
wéthiⁿwiⁿ (v.t.)
  1. To sell.
wézhnoⁿgíthe (v.t.)
  1. To make one's relative thankful.