wegraguWAY-grah-googo or come for one’s own property, when two or more animate objects are meanttransitive verbgo or come for them, one’s own friends, kindred, horses, etc.transitive verbwa-1egraguDorsey notes that this term is “used only in comp. with verbs of motion” and “used only before verbs of motion.”reach one’s home, where you are or will be, having gone thither for one’s horses, etc.reach there, one’s home, having gone thither for one’s horses, etc.be coming back hither, or home, for them, one’s horses, etc.go back or homeward for one’s horses, etc.go hence to the place where you are or will be, for one’s kindred, horses, etc.have gone back or homeward for one’s horses, etc.reach there, not one’s home, or for the first time, for the purpose of getting or recovering one’s horses, etc.there he or she is, coming to this place, not their home, or for the first time, for their horses, etc.go homeward to you for one’s horses, etc.go somewhere after one’s own horses, etc.pass here on one’s way back or home, for one’s horses, etc.have come hither for the first time, or to this place, not one’s home, for one’s own horses, etc.be coming hither, not to one’s home, for their horses, etc.reach the place where you are or will be, having gone thither for one’s horses, etc.have come home for them, one’s horses, etc.

wegragu 2go or come for them, one’s own friends, kindred, horses, etc.