by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are active verb

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úthaze (v.a.)
  1. To join in the singing with the men (said of women, never of men).
utháze (v.a.)
  1. To bite holes in something while holding it in the mouth.
uthéwiⁿkʰithe (v.a.)
  1. To assemble, come together, collect themselves.
uthéwiⁿthe (v.a.)
  1. To bring together, accumulate, collect, assemble.
uthí'e (v.a.)
  1. To pour out a small amount of liquid.
uthí'i (v.a.)
  1. To pour a large amount of water into something.
uthí'u'úde (v.a.)
  1. To bore through often.
uthídathoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To get used to or hardened to work.
uthíoⁿba (v.a.)
  1. To flash, as lightning.
  2. To wave a mirror, making it flash in the sunlight.
  3. To reflect, as light from a pail of water set in the sunlight.
uthíoⁿóⁿba (v.a.)
  1. To flash repeatedly.
uthíp'ushiⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To make an object puff up by working it with the hand.
uthípʰu (v.a.)
  1. To contract or pull in toward the center, as a flower closing.
  2. To surround something and pull in toward it.
uthísh'age (v.a.)
  1. To be unwilling; to refuse.
uthíshoⁿ wágthoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To surround them (a group of people).
uthíshte (v.a.)
  1. To leave a remnant.
uthíshtoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To drop an object into something.
uthíski (v.a.)
  1. To press or squeeze a handful until it is hard.
uthíude (v.a.)
  1. To break through; to bore through.
uthíznoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To thread a needle, lace a shoe, harness a horse to a wagon.
uthóⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To grasp or seize an animal or inanimate object.