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p'ąmp'ąnjep'AHⁿMP'-ahⁿn-jayspongyverbrubberyverbsoftverbunspec. comp. form ofp'ąnjeGordon Marsh gives the example of "tires" to describe the idea of "spongy" and "soft".rubber tirecarautomobileworm
p'ąnjep'AHⁿN-jaypress something softverbspongyrubberysoftshake an object slowly once, by holding between the teeth, etc.take hold of an unsteady object, and shake it slowly oncetilt up an object by pulling up at one endsqueeze (ball)make an object shake slowly once, by bearing on it, or by blowing on it with the mouthmove an object by bearing down one end
p'įmp'įxep'EEⁿMP'-eeⁿ-xaysoft (like thick carpet)adjective-verbunspec. comp. form ofp'įxepress on cloth, and make it ruffle up
p'įxep'EEⁿ-xaydrawn or puckered upverbsoft (like thick carpet)
p'op'oyep'oh-p'OH-yayp'OH-p'oh-yaysoftantthith'e 1softenpulverizedin shreds, slivers, etc.Though this term does not begin with gra-, gru-, etc., it still uses he- and re- for the first and second-person conjugations respectively. This term refers to the idea of soft as in soft like grass, sand, or carpet.CompareswąnraCushingbeat up a feather bed till it becomes lightmake earth dusty or friable by beating with a blunt instrumentchew a stick into shreds or sliverspull or tear into shreds or tatters: said of someone who goes through the woods, where there is no path, when the prickly ash, etc., tears their clothing until it hangs in tatters and is full of holes; said also of the separated strands of an untwisted rope, and of a stick that has been twisted round and round until all in slivers and shredspunch, into slivers or shreds, as a rope
p'osgep'OH-sgayfluffyadjective-verbpuffedadjective-verbpuffed upadjective-verbbumpnounbushyadjective-verbunspec. comp. formThįnje P'osgeroundedadjective-verbswelling updistendedadjective-verbFree Variantp'oshgep'OH-shgayplumedistend the mouth by taking into it food or drinkBushy Tail Womanyeast bread after it has been raised (puffed up)swollendistendedpuffed upinflatedbaking powderinflate by blowing with the mouth
p'oshgep'OH-shgayfree variant ofp'osge
pa1pahheadnoununspec. comp. formakipache paMąnto PapahaskaWaką Pahead (of an animal)noununspec. comp. formxra pathąskullnounnose (of a human)nounnosenoununspec. comp. formpa wabagepa wax'ojepanyiuhuModern sources refer to this term as an animal's head or a human nose. However older sources list this term as simply "head."Comparepa goyeunspec. comp. form ofpa1goyepagepasgiunspec. comp. form ofpa1pasopelionBuffalo HeadBuffalo SkullKaw HeadKansee HeadCrow Headwarclub (wood with a smooth head - a kind of warclub)nostrilshead to headbeak noseRoman nosebreak or pull off the headhang a personstraight noseDried Skullhairpug nosenosebleednose mucusexcretion of the nasal fossaered-headed snakeskulllion
pa2pahfree variant ofpake
pa3contracted variant ofpahį1
pahⁿclothnoununspec. comp. formpąngreðe wowagaxepatchclothwhite clothblanketbroadclothflag (American flag)
pa ahejepah ah-HAY-jaynostrilsnoununspec. comp. form ofpa1
pa ekipapah AY-kee-pahhead to headunspec. comp. form ofpa1ekipaunspec. comp. form ofki-
pa goyepah GOH-yaybeak nosenounRoman nosenoununspec. comp. form ofpa1goyefree variant ofguyeComparepa1pasgiunspec. comp. form ofpa1
pa isąsąhiPAH ee-SAHⁿ-sahⁿ-heeshake the loadverb
pa rigrųnjepah ree-GROOⁿN-jaybreak or pull off the headtransitive verbhang a persontransitive verbunspec. comp. form ofpa1rigrųnjeunspec. comp. form ofri-2grųnje 2
pa rotąpah ROH-tahⁿstraight noseadjective-verbunspec. comp. form ofpa1rotą
pa wabagepah wah-BAH-gaybloody nosenounnose bleednounbleed at the noseverbunspec. comp. form ofpa1 5nosewabage 1blood
pa wax'ojePAH wahx'-OH-jayperforation of the septum of the nosenoununspec. comp. form ofpa1 5nosewa-2x'oje
Pa Xegepah XAY-gayDried Skullproper noununspec. comp. form ofpa1xege 1dried
Padukapah-DOO-kahComancheproper nounFree VariantPadųnkepah-DOOⁿNG-kay
Padųnkepah-DOOⁿNG-kayfree variant ofPaduka
pagePAH-gaynosenounComparepa1
pagrąpah-GRAHⁿPAH-grahⁿfirstanturage2 1unspec. comp. formPagrą JimibeforeHamilton and Irvin note on page 149 of their "An Ioway Grammar", "Before, in place, or time, when past time is referred to, is expressed by to-re-ta, or pa-kra."foreaheadanturage2 3formerlyat the firstComparepagrą nąhaunspec. comp. form ofpagrąnahapagrąndaunspec. comp. form ofpagrą-da1in the former or first daysfirstAheadAheadComing FirstComing FirstAugusteArriving FirstOne That Lit Firstbeginningbeginbe firstwalk before or at the head of a body of people, etc.Walks Ahead Womanfirstoldest (first born)leaderfirst oneFemale Who Walks Aheadfirst timethe first timeformerlylong agoat the firstat the first or beginning - said of one act or eventin former timesformerlyat the first or beginning - said of one act or event
Pagrą Dąhepah-GRAHⁿ dahⁿ-HAYAheadproper noununspec. comp. form ofpagrądąheunspec. comp. form of-heComparePagrą Dąhemiunspec. comp. form ofpagrądąhe-mi 1