by Part of Speech

Omaha Words that are active verb

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húshi (v.a.)
  1. To bark, as a dog.
hútʰoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To cry out, roar, bellow, etc.; said of the cries of all animals except humans and hogs.
hútʰoⁿthe (v.a.)
  1. To play a flute; blow a flute or whistle.
iátha (v.a.)
  1. To yawn or gape; open mouth wide.
íazhi (v.a.)
  1. Not to speak; to be silent.
íbaxapi (v.a.)
íbika (v.a.)
  1. To rub or wipe with.
íkipaxápi (v.a.)
íshte (v.a.)
  1. To be ashamed or bashful.
ki'é (v.a.)
  1. To scratch oneself.
  2. To hoe for oneself.
kigtházi (v.a.)
  1. To stretch; stretch one's arms upward.
kigthípiazhi (v.a.)
kinóⁿsa (v.a.)
  1. To stub one's toe; to trip or stumble.
kinóⁿsasa (v.a.)
  1. To stub one's toe repeatedly; to trip repeatedly while trying to get one's balance.
kizhú (v.a.)
  1. To be proud.
kúhe (v.a.)
  1. To feel insecure; to dread an unseen or uncertain danger; to be apprehensive.
máshizhe (v.a.)
  1. To break a knife or notch its blade while trying to use it.
máshkebe (v.a.)
  1. To cut a groove or indentation in the ground with a knife.
máshkuda (v.a.)
  1. To cut a small groove in wood with a knife or hand saw.
máshtoⁿ (v.a.)
  1. To stop cutting or sawing.