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Sac and FoxÐakeÐAH-kayproper nounÐakemi
Sac GirlÐakemiÐAH-kay-meeproper noun
sack of flourwabuthge wosawah-BOO-thgay WOH-sahnounfree variantwabuhge wosa
sacred bundlewaruxawewah-ROO-xah-waynoun
Sacred Eldest DaughterHinų WaxonyitąHEE-nooⁿ wah-XOH-nyee-tahⁿproper noun
Sacred FemaleWaxonyimiwah-XOH-nyee-meeproper noun
Sacred LodgeChi Waxonyitąchee wah-XOH-nyee-tahⁿproper noun
Sacred Mouth FemaleI Waxonyimiee wah-XOH-nyee-meeproper noun
sacred storywekąWAY-kahⁿnoun
sacrificewaxųwah-XOOⁿtransitive verbawaxųuwaxų
sacrifice itwaxųwah-XOOⁿtransitive verbawaxųuwaxų
sadgiro skunyiGEE-roh SKOO-nyeeadjective-verb
saddlenąnk'agreNAHⁿNK'-ah-graynoun
sagehaxojehah-XOH-jaynoun
saideehverbfree varianta1First-Person Singular (I/me)iheSecond-Person Singular (you)iseanyee nąhae'aga ese are ese ewogaðo eigeee-GAYverbFirst-Person Singular to Third-Person Plural (I to them)wigega igega wigeiganyeiriganyese igewige
said if one becomes "pitted" after smallpoxx'ox'ox'OHX'-ohverbfree variantx'ųx'ų
said if one drops water on iron, rusting it here and there, till many holes are eaten through itx'ox'ox'OHX'-ohverbfree variantx'ųx'ų
said of a herd of buffalo, when attackedthey collect together in thick, deep grass, moving among themselveswaxąxąthge 2verb
said of a mirror that has bad spots on its surface, through which one canot lookurubrubruoo-ROO-broo-brooverb
said of buffalo when attackedthey collect together in thick deep grass, moving among themselveswaxąxąthge 1verb
said of one who has been cold, but has eaten a good meal, and is full and warmwasdujewah-SDOO-jayadjective-verb
said of one's hands after handling onionsrubrąroo-BRAHⁿverb
said of persons who mature very slowlynų chexinooⁿ CHAY-xee
said of the effect of wind on water, ashes or dust, if it blows but once and scatters it or themurubruoo-ROO-brooverburubrubru
said of the effect of wind on water, ashes, smoke or dust, if it blows but once and scatters themurubruoo-ROO-brooverburubrubru
said of the sound made by thunderrudadaðeroo-DAH-dah-ðay
said of those persons who come again and again, or who joke, tease, or hit again and again, till one gets out of patienceurush'adąoo-ROOSH'-ah-dahⁿverb
said of water whirling round and roundurubrubruoo-ROO-broo-brooverb
said when one stumbles and falls, skinning some part of their flesh that touches the ground in fallingwiyuhawee-YOO-hahtransitive verb
said when two objects fall and strike the ground and separategikirukągee-KEE-roo-kahⁿtransitive verb
Sailing AroundWewįxeWAY-weeⁿ-xayproper noun
Saline CreekNyi Xgunyee xgooproper noun
salt downnyixgu uyuverbfree variantnishgu oyu
salt meatwashįxguwah-SHEEⁿ-xgoonoun
salt porkwashįxguwah-SHEEⁿ-xgoonoun
salt waterNyi Xgunyee xgooproper noun
sameikikixgaee-KEE-kee-xgahsų aresooⁿ AH-raysų are i'areswareSWAH-raysware k'iraną
sanctifywaxobrįhiverbsynwaxonyitąhiwaxonyitąhiwah-XOH-nyee-tahⁿ-heeverbsynwaxobrįhi
sandbuðakeboo-ÐAH-kaynoununspec. comp. formPanyi Buða
Sand PawneesPanyi BuðaPAH-nyee BOO-ðahproper noun
sand turtleke greðekay GRAY-ðaynounKe Greðemike greðeingekay GRAY-ðay-eeng-aynounke greðinge
sashche hįCHAY heeⁿnoun
SatanWakąnda Pi Skunyiproper nounfree variantWakąnda PishkunyeWanąxe Pi Skunyi Xąnjewah-NAHⁿ-xay pee SKOO-nyee XAHⁿN-jayproper noun
satisfiedibraee-BRAHadjective-verbibra skunyiibrahiwinąnjeWEE-nahⁿn-jayantxranyi 1
satisfyibrahiee-BRAH-heeverb