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tablewarujeWAH-roo-jaynoun
table knifemąhį wirujeMAHⁿ-heeⁿ WEE-roo-jaynoun
tail (of an animal)shįnjeSHEEⁿN-jaynounfree variantsinjeshinjshįnt'u pathe
Tail Puffed UpThįnje P'osgeTHEEⁿN-jay p'OH-sgayproper noun
takeruðeROO-ðayverbfree variantruse1ruse1First-Person Singular (I/me)haduðeSecond-Person Singular (you)sduðewaruðegiruðeheruðehiną ruðeho ruðenyi ruðeruðe jirehiruðewewagiruðewaruðe
take a hold of easilyarusjąngeah-ROO-sjahⁿng-aytransitive verb
take a husbandwaruxeWAH-roo-xayverbwaruxe skunyi
take a partshigeverb
take an object in the mouth, as a pipe for smokingrawerah-WAYverbfree variantðawe2hi rawe rathathanyigeirawi1mąnð'irawi
take as a wifegrąngeGRAHⁿNG-ayverbmįngrąnge
take awayanyi reah-NYEE rayverbnasheNAH-shayverbfree variantnaseginasheruðe jirehiROO-ðay JEE-ray-heetransitive verb
Take Away From You(?)Warinasewah-REE-nah-sayproper noun
take backruðeROO-ðayverbfree variantruse1ruse1First-Person Singular (I/me)haduðeSecond-Person Singular (you)sduðewaruðegiruðeheruðehiną ruðeho ruðenyi ruðeruðe jirehiruðewewagiruðewaruðe
Take Blanket AwayMįwesemeeⁿ-WAY-sayMEEⁿ-way-sayproper noun
take but a littleridokiraree-DOH-kee-rahtransitive verbfree variantrichokira
take care ofadąweah-DAHⁿ-wayverbThird-Person Plural (indefinite) to Third-Person Singular (they to him/her/it)adąwenyeadąwenye
take clothes off a linerusiweroo-SEE-wayverb
take fromwanaseverbfree variantwanashe
take heed to oneselfakikidaah-KEE-kee-dahverb
take hold of an object, as an eel or fish, and let it slip awayrukįnjeroo-KEEⁿN-jayverb
take hold of one, and hustle them around till they do not know which way to turnrudaningeroo-DAH-neeng-aytransitive verb
take hold of one's ownugranąngeee-GRAH-nahⁿng-aytransitive verb
take husbandaruxeah-ROO-xaytransitive verbfree varianturuxearuxehi
take in the mouth, as a dog does a bonerawerah-WAYverbfree variantðawe2hi rawe rathathanyigeirawi1mąnð'irawi
take it (female speaker)gagah
take it (male speaker)gogoh
take medicineuhi jeoo-HEE jehverb
take off clothesrisdojeree-SDOH-jaytransitive verbkigrisdoje
take outrigogeverbwakirigogeruðeweROO-ðay-waytransitive verb
take out pieces of an object by machineryunąswaswaoo-NAHⁿ-swah-swahverb
take pity onnąnt'udąnahⁿnt'-OO-dahⁿtransitive verbFirst-Person Singular (I/me)nąnt'uhadąFirst-Person Dual (we (2))nąnt'uhįndąSecond-Person Singular (you)nąnt'uradąnąnt'udąnąnąnt'uhadąnąnt'uhįndąnąnt'uradąwanąnt'udądą
take something awayanyi reah-NYEE rayverb
take something for so and soirayįee-RAH-yeeⁿverbwirayįga irayįhinage irayįhinagirayįwąnk'irayįwirayį
take up a handful of wheat, coffee, small nuts, berries, etc.ruxąroo-XAHⁿtransitive verbruxąxą
take, receive, or accept, as ponies, for another personwagiruðewah-GEE-roo-ðayverb
takes outrigogeverbwakirigoge
talk aboutixąhiEE-xahⁿ-heeverbixąhi skunyi
talk all day until nightich'e gasų ahąheeech'-EH gah-SOOⁿ ah-HAHⁿ-hayverb
talk toikich'eee-KEECH'-ehtransitive verb
talk unintelligiblyraruyerah-ROO-yaytransitive verb
talk withukich'eoo-GEECH'-ehtransitive verbwokich'e
tamewomąnjewoh-MAHⁿN-jayWOH-mahⁿn-jayadjective-verbfree variantwomąnjiriwomąnjewomąnjehi
tame an animal by feeding, currying, etc.riwomąnjeree-WOH-mahⁿn-jaytransitive verbsynumąnjehi 1umąnjehi 1.1umąnjehioo-MAHⁿN-jay-heetransitive verbsynriwomąnje
tangledhihaHEE-hahwaruhiha
tape measurewigųnðeWEE-gooⁿn-ðaynounmąyą wigųnðeną wigųnðe