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x'ąx'AHⁿlivelyadjective-verbhave vitalityadjective-verbmoveadjective-verbComparesgąpush a person and make them move, said of one who has said nothing for a long time, or who does not hear what is spokenmake one move by pushing: said of one who has been long silent or inattentivemake a person or animal move by blowing on, bearing, pressing, or sitting ontiredwearytired outexhaustedfull - used of superficial or surface fullness
x'ą ningex'AHⁿ NEENG-aytiredadjective-verbHįx'ą ninge ke/ki.I am tired.wearyadjective-verbunspec. comp. form ofx'ąningeCompareix'ą ningeunspec. comp. form ofix'ą 1ninge 5
x'ą nyich'ex'AHⁿ NYEECH'-ehtired outadjective-verbexhaustedadjective-verbunspec. comp. form ofx'ąnyich'e
x'awex'AH-waynotched (in one place)verbbite or gnaw a notch in wood, etc.gnaw a notch in wood, as a beaver doescut a notch in paper, cloth, etc., with scissorsmake a notch in by punching or pushingmake a notch in an object by pushing or punchingmake a single notch in by bearing down on with a knifenotched in many places
x'ąx'ąjinyex'AHⁿ-x'ahⁿ-jee-nyayfull - used of superficial or surface fullnessunspec. comp. form ofx'ą-nyeComparewaririje
x'ax'awex'AHX'-ah-waynotched in many placesverbunspec. comp. form ofx'awe
x'ax'awenotched in many places
*x'axex'AH-xaysound word - make a filing soundverbsound word - make a grating soundverbFree Variant*'axe'AH-xayCompare*x'exeunspec. comp. form ofx'emake the sound heard when metal or bone is hitstrike and glance offmake a single grating sound, as a rat does by biting against any piece of wood or thin metalmake a grating sound, as when rats gnaw some thin metallic substancemake a scratching sound, as when a dog scratches against a door, or a person feels for the door knob in the darkmake a scratching noise, as a dog that wishes to have a door openedmake the sound heard when one knife is struck against another, or sharpened on a steelmake the sound heard when sharpening a knifemake a single grating or scratching soundmake the sound of a file in filingpush a stick, etc., against some hard substance which it cannot penetrate, and from which it glances offmake a grating sound on sheet iron, etc., by weight or pressure, or by moving a chair over without getting up
x'ex'AYsound made by hitting, dragging, etc., of a chainonomatopesound word - swishing of waterrattle, as a rattlesnake, or as corn, when disturbed in a pile, etc.sound word - rattling of cornsoound word - rustling soundsound word - rattling of a rattlesnakerattlesound word - grating sound
*x'exex'AY-xaysound word - grating soundunspec. comp. form ofx'eFree Variant*'exe'AY-xayCompare*x'axesound word - make the sound heard when one cuts through metal or bonemake a single grating sound, as a rat does by biting against any piece of wood or thin metalmake a grating sound, as when rats gnaw some thin metallic substancemake a scratching noise, as a dog that wishes to have a door opened
*x'ix'EEscratchverbunspec. comp. formrux'iscratch oneself with the footitchscratch back and forth with the teeth, as a horse doespunch back and forth over the flesh, as when one itchesrub back and forth over the flesh
x'įx'įx'EEⁿ-x'eeⁿinelastic, as rubber in an old congress gaiteradjective-verbwrinkledadjective-verbDorsey notes, "said of the wrinkled skin of aged persons."unspec. comp. formwanusje x'įx'į
x'ox'OHpittedverbpockedverbFree Variantx'ųx'OOⁿsaid if one drops water on iron, rusting it here and there, till many holes are eaten through itsaid if one drops water on iron, which rusts here and there, until holes are eaten in itsaid if one becomes "pitted" after smallpoxif one has the smallpox, and the pustules sink in the middle, making one pittedpimplypockedroughrough (face)rough (pocked, pimply)rough (pimply, pocked face)
x'ojex'OH-jayholenoununspec. comp. formnyix'owabuthge x'ojex'ox'ojegravenounhollow-eyedhaving no eyes in the sockets: said of a living objectblue sky seen through a small opening in the cloudspitperforation of the septum of the nosenostrilsthrough (as a hole)gnaw a hole inholemake a small hole or split larger by pushing or punching at itmake a hole or slit larger by bearing down on firmly with a knife, awl, or punch
x'oje wayagex'OH-jay wah-YAH-gaymake a small hole or split larger by pushing or punching at ittransitive verbunspec. comp. form ofx'ojewayageunspec. comp. form ofwa-2*yageComparex'oje wiyageunspec. comp. form ofx'ojewiyage
x'oje wiyagex'OH-jay wee-YAH-gaymake a hole or slit larger by bearing down on firmly with a knife, awl, or punchtransitive verbunspec. comp. form ofx'ojewiyageunspec. comp. form ofwi-1*yageComparex'oje wayageunspec. comp. form ofx'ojewayage
x'okex'OH-kaysinger (at the drum)noun
x'owex'OH-waycreeknounstreamnounFree Variantk'owek'OH-wayat the creek
x'owedax'OH-way-dahat the creekunspec. comp. form ofx'owe-da1contracted variant ofidaFree Variantk'owedak'OH-way-dah
x'ox'ox'OHX'-ohsaid if one drops water on iron, rusting it here and there, till many holes are eaten through itverbsaid if one drops water on iron, which rusts here and there, until holes are eaten in itverbsaid if one becomes "pitted" after smallpoxverbif one has the smallpox, and the pustules sink in the middle, making one pittedverbpimplyadjective-verbsynpopoge 8unspec. comp. form ofpoges'os'oge 8unspec. comp. form ofs'ogepockedadjective-verbsynpopoge 7unspec. comp. form ofpoges'os'oge 7unspec. comp. form ofs'ogeroughadjective-verbrough (face)adjective-verbrough (pocked, pimply)adjective-verbantsdusduje 1unspec. comp. form ofsduje2free variant ofthruthrujesynpopoge 6unspec. comp. form ofpoges'os'oge 5unspec. comp. form ofs'ogerough (pimply, pocked face)adjective-verbMarsh has "holey" in parenthesis next to this definition.unspec. comp. form ofx'oFree Variantx'ųx'ųx'OOⁿX'-ooⁿThis term refers to the idea of "rough" with pits or holes on the surface of something rather than protrusions (xarege).Compareraxroxrogeunspec. comp. form ofraxrogex'ox'ojeunspec. comp. form ofx'oje 1
x'ox'o 1said if one drops water on iron, rusting it here and there, till many holes are eaten through it
x'ox'o 3said if one becomes "pitted" after smallpox
x'ox'ojex'OH-x'oh-jayholeyadjective-verbunspec. comp. form ofx'oje 1holeComparex'ox'ounspec. comp. form ofx'o
x'ųx'OOⁿfree variant ofx'ounspec. comp. formx'ųx'ų
x'ųx'ųx'OOⁿX'-ooⁿunspec. comp. form ofx'ųfree variant ofx'ofree variant ofx'ox'ounspec. comp. form ofx'o
1xahⁿmade bareverbuncoveredverbpulled back, as a sleeveverbCompare*xesweep off dust or litter with a bundle of sticks or switchesdrive off or sweep off, as the wind does dustpart the grass or wheat to look for some small object which was lostfold back from, as a sleeve or pants, with the handopen, as a blanket, clothing, paper, etc., by pullingrake litter awaypush off with a stick, as a blanket lying on somethingpush off, as a blanket lying on something, with a stickbare, as the arm, by pushing up the sleevemake a fold in an object by pushing against itroot up the ground, as hogs do, by pushing it and uncovering the roots, etc., which they seek for foodblow at a fire to make it blazeblow at, as at a fire
2xahⁿfree variant ofthą2unspec. comp. formta xąwhite-tailed deer
xage1XAH-gaycryverbcry, as men or hogsverbweepverbunspec. comp. formNyi XageweptverbmournverbComparexrigeunspec. comp. form ofxri2-ge2praymake cry by stepping onmake one cry by biting them or by talking to themmake one cry by detaining, or by holding too tightlypray (to the lord of life)thrust at a child and make them crystick a splinter in a person and make them crymake one cry by sitting or bearing down heavily on themcry all day until nightcause a child (who is playing) to cry or weepcry often
xage1 2cry, as men or hogs