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da1dahverb1be in a standing position2be standingcfje4
da2dahverb1ask for2ask for something3begcfiwąxe
da3dahI don't know
da-1free variant ofra-1
da-2dahverbpfx1by means of light2by means of heat3by means of freezing4by means of time5by means of being soakedWhitman (1947) notes, "All the verbs formed with da- are intransitive and must be made transitive by the addition of the causative suffix..."įndasujenounbrickbrickspeje dasdįsdįnounflash of fireudabrubruheatwabuthge dap'osgenounyeast bread after it has been raised (puffed up)da'įverb1succeed in cooking, heating, etc.2make foodda'sagetransitive verbcrack by freezingdabrąverb1smell of fire2smell, as food when cooking3smell, as incense when burningdabraðeverb1burst from heat2burst with heat3burst from freezingdabriyeverb1wilt2wilt (from the heat)dabuðeverbdry by means of heatdawuðedach'eadjective-verb1die from heat or cold2die from fire3die from freezingAche Dat'anyeproper noun"Where the people were burnt to death by a prairie fire which they had kindled," the name of a hill south of the Elkhorn river, and near West Point, Neb. The wind blew very hard, so the fire overtook three or four Omahas, who perished in the flames.
Ache Dat'anye"Where the people were burnt to death by a prairie fire which they had kindled," the name of a hill south of the Elkhorn river, and near West Point, Neb. The wind blew very hard, so the fire overtook three or four Omahas, who perished in the flames.
Ache Dat'anyeproper noun"Where the people were burnt to death by a prairie fire which they had kindled," the name of a hill south of the Elkhorn river, and near West Point, Neb. The wind blew very hard, so the fire overtook three or four Omahas, who perished in the flames.
Ache Dat'anye"Where the people were burnt to death by a prairie fire which they had kindled," the name of a hill south of the Elkhorn river, and near West Point, Neb. The wind blew very hard, so the fire overtook three or four Omahas, who perished in the flames.
dach'egeverbwithered, dead, dried up, as leaves by the sunradach'egewadach'egewidach'egedadoxeverbexplode, burst by heatingdaduxeverbcrack by heatingdagrųnjetransitive verbsaid of a fire that burns off all the branches of a treedahoyeverbraised by heatwadahoyedakara1frozen2freeze3congealed4congeal5cold6cold (feeling)antdaxrą 1rothrį dakaradakarahiverb1freeze2make freezedakarahiverb1freeze2make freezedaninge2verb1burnt to nothing2destroyed by fire3consume, as a fire does a house or other combustiblesdasdaverbsingedsinge dasdathinge dasdamįnke dasdanounsinged raccoon5.2Foodmįnke dasdanounsinged raccoon5.2Fooddasdąverbstop burning, boiling, etc.dasdage1adjective-verbwarmdasdiadjective-verbfrozendasdįsdįverbsparkleisda dasdįsdįdasdujeverb1get warm after coming in from the cold2give out heat, making the lodge or person more comfortabledasenąintransitive verbdisappear from firedasenąhidash'ageverb1fail in burning2fail in freezingdashishatransitive verbbroken by heat, when the fragments have fallen to the ground and are leveldath'eadjective-verbfrozendathewetransitive verb1blacken in fire2blacken by heat3blacken by fire4chardathgąverb1melt or thaw, as ice, snow, butter, fat meat, lard, etc., if exposed to heat2melt, as a metalwidathgądathgąhitransitive verb1melt2cause to melt, as a metal, or as snow, ice, lard, ect.dathgąhitransitive verb1melt2cause to melt, as a metal, or as snow, ice, lard, ect.dawixąverb1rise, swell up, as bread2send out a coal from the firedawuverb1cause to swell by heat2cause to swell by heat, as food by cooking or boiling3cause to swell, as rice, etc., by cooking4swell, as corn, from being soaked5swell, as corn soakeddawuðefree variant ofdabuðearchaic variantdabuðedaxuverbburntdaxuhiverb1burn something2make burntdaxuhiverb1burn something2make burntdayąverbmade sleepy, as when in a hot room, or out of doors on a calm, warm daydayąyąverb1flash repeatedly, as sheet lightning2cast a reflection of sunlight, etc., as do windows, when the sun is rising or setting opposite them3shine4glitterwadayąyąwidayąyądayąyą jigreverbsend repeated flashes in quick successiondayąyą jigreverbsend repeated flashes in quick succession
-da1dahcontracted variant ofida1sfxthere2sfxat3sfxto4sfxin5sfxupon6sfxwith7sfxwhere8sfxduring9sfxnextThis term can be used as a stand-alone reply tocfnąngafree variant ofnąnge1
-da2dahcontracted variant oftąheda1sfxwhenWaaji hadasdąnda, china waaje hnye ke/ki.When I finish eating, I will go to town.Uhąnðeda, hayą hnye ke/ki.When it is dark, I will go to sleep.2sfxwheneverWaaji hadasdąnda, china waaje hnye ke/ki.Whenever I finish eating, I will go to town.Ida hįhida, waruje rigidumį hnye ke/ki.Whenever we (2) arrive, I will buy you dinner.3sfxwhileWhen this term is used as "when," it implies a certainty. For example, "when the sun comes up" would apply here.
dahⁿturn
*dądahⁿverbpullrudąpull
ða-1free variant ofra-1
ða-2ðahfree variant ofra-2
da'įDAH'-eeⁿverb1succeed in cooking, heating, etc.2make foodcfra'įunspec. comp. form ofra-2*'įwa'įunspec. comp. form ofwa-2*'įwi'įunspec. comp. form ofwi-1*'įunspec. comp. form ofda-2*'į
da'sageDAH'-sah-gaytransitive verbcrack by freezingunspec. comp. form ofda-2'sage
ða'ųða-'OOⁿfree variant ofra'ųunspec. comp. form ofða-1
ða'ųwiða-'OOⁿ-weefree variant ofra'ųwiunspec. comp. form ofða-1-wi
dabrąDAH-brahⁿverb1smell of fire2smell, as food when cooking3smell, as incense when burningThis term refers to what something smells like, not the act of smelling.cfrubrąunspec. comp. form ofru-brąunspec. comp. form ofda-2brą
dabraðeDAH-brah-ðayverb1burst from heat2burst with heat3burst from freezingcfgibraðeunspec. comp. form ofgi-1*braðewabraðeunspec. comp. form ofwa-2*braðewibraðeunspec. comp. form ofwi-1*braðeunspec. comp. form ofda-2*braðe
dabriyeDAH-bree-yayverb1wilt2wilt (from the heat)unspec. comp. form ofda-2*briye
dabuðeDAH-boo-ðayverbdry by means of heatDorsey notes that this term can be "said of the heat of the sun on a warm day, when it dries clothing, the ground, etc."dawuðefree variantdawuðedawuðecfwabuðeunspec. comp. form ofwa-2buðewibuðeunspec. comp. form ofwi-1buðeunspec. comp. form ofda-2buðe
dach'eDAHCH'-ehadjective-verb1die from heat or cold2die from fire3die from freezingunspec. comp. form ofda-2ch'eAche Dat'anyeproper noun"Where the people were burnt to death by a prairie fire which they had kindled," the name of a hill south of the Elkhorn river, and near West Point, Neb. The wind blew very hard, so the fire overtook three or four Omahas, who perished in the flames.
Ache Dat'anye"Where the people were burnt to death by a prairie fire which they had kindled," the name of a hill south of the Elkhorn river, and near West Point, Neb. The wind blew very hard, so the fire overtook three or four Omahas, who perished in the flames.
dach'egeDAHCH'-ay-gayverbwithered, dead, dried up, as leaves by the sununspec. comp. form ofda-2ch'egeradach'egetransitive verbmake vegetation wither away by biting around the roots, as rabbits dowadach'egetransitive verbcause grass, etc., to wither by punching at it - said also when hogs root up the ground, causing vegetation to witherwidach'egetransitive verbmake vegetation wither by rolling over it, as a horse may do
dadąDAH-dahⁿ1when?2at what time?Dadą?At what time?3to what distance or length4how far?5how long?6to what place?cftadątąhedadadą hi1unto what time or place?2till when?
dadą hi 1unto what time or place?
dadą hi 2till when?
dadą'sųadverb1sometime2whenever, in the future3whensoever4now and then (not continuously)5at intervals6occasionally7of caution, but without the idea of commandingDadą'sų rabogwe hnye ke/ki.Beware lest at any time you stumble.hąwe dadą'sų
dadą'sų 2whenever, in the future
dadą'sų 3whensoever
dadą'sų 4now and then (not continuously)
dadą'sų 5at intervals
dadą'sų 6occasionally
dadąnda1when?Dadąnda wa'ų je/ja?When was it done?/When did it occur? (used when the subject is not mentioned)2at what past time?3when was it?
dadąnda 1when?
dadąnda 2at what past time?
dadąnda 3when was it?
dadąnk'shųfree variant ofdadąnk'sųdadąnk'sųfree variant ofdadą'sų
dadą 1when?
dadą 2at what time?
dadą 3to what distance or length
dadą 4how far?
dadą 5how long?
dadą 6to what place?
ðaðaÐAH-ðahnounfringescfðaðajemį giðaðanounshawl
dadą hiDAH-dahⁿ hee1unto what time or place?2till when?cftadą hiunspec. comp. form oftadąhi2unspec. comp. form ofdadąhi2
dadą hi 1unto what time or place?
dadą hi 2till when?
dadą'sųDAH-dah'-sooⁿadverb1sometime2whenever, in the future3whensoever4now and then (not continuously)5at intervals6occasionally7of caution, but without the idea of commandingDadą'sų rabogwe hnye ke/ki.Beware lest at any time you stumble.free variantdadąnk'sųcftadą'sųunspec. comp. form oftadą-sųunspec. comp. form ofdadą-sųhąwe dadą'sųat some future day
dadą'sų 2whenever, in the future
dadą'sų 3whensoever
dadą'sų 4now and then (not continuously)
dadą'sų 5at intervals
dadą'sų 6occasionally