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Ojebway Language:

A Manual for missionaries
and others employed among the Ojebway Indians
by Edward F. Wilson, 1874

 

English-Ojebway Dictionary

 

B

Babe; n.a. ooske-ahbenooje, (pl. -yug).

Bachelor; p.n.a. wahdegasig enene, (pl. -wug).

Back; n.i. opikwunumah, pekwun. His back; o-pekwun. His b. is cold; tuhkepekwun, v.n.5, (p.c. takep-). His b. pains him; dawepekwun, v.n.5. His b. is sharp, lean; oshuhyáhwegun, v.n.5. B. bone; tuhtuhgahgwun. He has injured his back; booquáhwegunátah, v.n.1. On the back, see carry, fetch, &c.

Back again; náyaub. See go back.

Back and forward; áhzhuhyook.

Backwards. He moves b.; ahzhátah, v.n.1, (p.c. azh-). He moves him, it, b.; od-ahzhábenaun, od-ahzhábedoon, v.t.III., VIII. He moves b. sitting; ahzhábe. He steps b.; ahzhátuhkooke. He runs b.; ahzhábuttoo. He walks b.; ahzháöosa. He slides b.; ahzhása. He falls b.; áhzhegejesa. It falls b.; ahzhegejesámuhgud. He is driven b. by the wind; ahzháyaushe.

Backbite. See slander.

Backbiting; n.i. duhzhindewin.

Backslider; p.n.a. azhásad, (pl. -jig).

Backsliding; n.i. ahzhasawin.

Bad: mújje. It is b.; mahnáhdud, v.i.7, (p.c. muhyahn-). He thinks him, it, bad; omahnahdánemaun, omahnahdándaun, v.t.I., VII. Bad being; mujje-uhyáhwish, (pl. -ug). Bad thing; mujje-úhyeëe, (pl. -n). Bad luck; mussuhgwáhdezewin. He causes him b. luck; o-mussahgweäun, v.t.I. Bad language; mujje-keezhwáwin, mahnáhsetáhgoozewin. He uses b. lang.; mahnáhdwa, mahnáhsetáhgooze, (p.c. muhyahn-). He uses b. lang. towards him; od-enáhpenámaun, v.t.I. Bad life; mujje-bemáhdezewin. He leads a bad life; mujje-bemáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. majeb-). See rancid.

Badly; mahmaunzh, tábenuk.

Bag; n.i. múshkemod, (pl. -un); pindáhgun, (pl. -un). Small bag; mushkemodáns, (pl. -un). Old bag; mushkemodúsh, (pl. -un). So many bags full; dussóoshkin. One b. full; ningotóoshkin. Two b. full, &c.; neezhóoshkin. He puts it in a b.; o-pindegúnewan, v.t.VI. He makes bags; mushkemóduhka, v.n.2, (p.c. mashk-). It is sewed up like a b.; mushkemodágwáhda, v.i.2. Stuff for. bags; mushkemodáwágin. Cotton bag; puhpúggewuhyáunashkemod. Bag made of cedar bark, elm bark, &c.; See cedar, elm, &c.

Baggage. See pack.

Bait (in a trap) ; méejimekúnjegun.

Bait. He b. a trap; oméejimékundaun dussonáhgun.

Bake. He b. bread; buhquázheganeká, v.n.2, (p.c. baqua-). He b. in hot ashes; ningwúhuhbwa, v.n.2, (p.c. nangw-). He b. it (in. an.) in hot ashes; o-ningwuhuhbwan, o-ningwuhuhbwánun, v. t. VI.

Bake-house; n.i. buhquázheguneka-wegúmmig, (pl. -oon).

Baker; n.a. buhquázheguneká-wenéne, (pl. -wug).

Baking-oven; n.i. buhquázhegunekun.

Balance. See scale.

Bald. He is b.; puhpaushkwáhkoondeba, v.n.2, (p.c. pap-). He is half b.; shéshiguháunequa, v.n.2. (p.c. shahsh-).

Baldness; n.i. puhpaushkwáhkoondebáwin.

Bale. See bundle.

Ball (dancing); neméedewin. He gives a b.; neméëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. naum-).

Ball (to play with); pekwahkwud, (pl. -oon).

Ballast; n.i. sedógahwishkóojegun. He b. it; o-sedógahwiahkóodoon, v.t.VIII. It is ballasted; sedógahwishkóoda, v.i.2, (p.c. sahd-).

Balloon; n.i. oombáhsejegun.

Band. See belt, family, many together.

Bandage (for a wound); n.i. sinsóobezoowin, (pl. -un).

Banish. He b. him; odékonaúzhuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. akon-).

Bank; n.i. shóoneyah-wegúmmig, (pl. -oon).

Banns of marriage. He publishes his b.; opepáhgemaun ahnúhmeäwegúmmegog.

Baptism, given; séguhundahgáwin. Received; séguhundáhgoowin, séguhundáusoowin.

Baptize, he; séguhundáhga, v.n.2, (p.c. sahg-). He b. him; oséguhunduhwaun, v.t.II.

Baptized. He is b.; séguhundáuso, séguhundáhgooze, v.n.4, 3.

Bar; n.i. Iron b. pewáubeko-suhgúhegun.

Bar, for selling liquor; ségenegáwegummig. Bar-keeper; ségenegáwenene. Bar-maid; ségenegawequa. He keeps the bar; ségenega, v.n.2, (p.c. sahg-).

Bar of a canoe; pemedahsáh.

Barber; n.a. kushkebáujegawenéne, (pl. -wug).

Barber shop; n.i. kushkebáujegawegúmmig.

Bare. See naked. (In compos.; metáh-).

Bare-armed, he is; sháhsháhgeneneká, v.n.2, (p.c. shuhyahsh-).

Bare-footed, he is; sháhsháhgenesedá, v.n.2.

Bare hands, he has; sháhsháhgeneninje.

Bare-headed, he is; sháhsháhgenindeba.

Bare-legged, he is; sháhsháhgenekúhda.

Bargain. He makes a b.; kezháhkoonega, v.n.2.

Bark; n.a. onahgák. See birch b. He strips b. from trees; buhbáhgwuhahzhegwa, v.n.2, (p.c. babahg-). He strips it off (bark, &c.), o-chéguhnuhgákwuhaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. chahg-); o-chéguhnuhgákwuhwaun, v.t.V. The b. can be taken off; puhkwáhne-metig. He eats the interior bark; noosquáuzo, v.n.4, (p.c. nwausqu-). Bark for smoking; uhpáhkoosegun; bark shelter for rainy weather; uhgwúhhnuhpuhkwáuzoowin. Strip of cedar b. in the bottom of a canoe; uhpesetáhgun, (pl. -ug).

Bark, the dog barks; megé úhnemoosh. He b. at him, it; omegénaun, omegédaun, v.t.III., VII. (p.c. mag-).

Barking; n.i. megéewin.

Barley; n.i. muhnóomin wázoowuhwung, (rice with a tail).

Barn; n.i. uhpugúnduhega-wegúmmig, (pl. -oon). See thrash.

Barrel; n.i. múhkuk, (pl. -oon); múhkukoosug, (pl. -oon). So many b. full; dússosug. One, two, &c, barrels full: ningootosug, néezhosug, &c. He makes barrels; múhkukooká, v.n.2, (p.c. makuk-).

Barrel-head; kushkesáhguhegun, (pl. -un). He puts a head to a b.; o-kushkesahguhaun muhkuk, v.t.VII, (p.c. kashk-); kushkesáhguhega, v.n.2.

Barren. It is b.; bwahménewe, v.n.3.

Barrow, n.i. (carried on the shoulder): pemenegáhnáuk, (pl. -oon). See hand-barrow.

Bashful. He is b.; uhgujjishke, mod. A. He is b. in speaking; uhgáhsoomo, uhgújjemo, v.n.4, (p.c. aguj-).

Basin; n.i. onáhgun, (pl. -un). Wash-basin; kesébegenega-onáhgun.

Basin, pond; wuhyahnug.

Basket; uhkóokobenáhgun, (pl. -un); wahtaube-muhkuk, (pl. -oon). Back-basket; áhwahjewunáhgun, (pl. -un). He carries s. th. in a b.; áhwahjewuna. He makes b.; uhkóokobenáhguneké, v.n.2, (p.c. akook-).

Bassfish; n.a. áhzhegun, (pl. -ug).

Basswood; n.i. wegoób, wegoobeméezh, (pl. -in).

Bastard; n.a. kemenejáhgun, (pl. -ug). She gives birth to a b.; kemenéeie, v.n.3.

Bat; n.a. pahquáhnujje, (pl. -yug).

Bath; n.i. puhgezowemuhkuk, (pl. -oon).

Bathe. He b.; puhgezo, v.n.4, (p.c. pagiz-).

Bathing-house; puhgezo-wegummig.

Battle. See fight.

Bawl. He b.; pepáhgishke, mod. A.

Bay; n.i. wequád. In, from, or to a bay; wequádoong. There is a bay; wequáëyah, v.i.1. He walks round the bay; kéwetuhyahzháhgumma, v.n.2, (p.c. kahwet-). He goes round a b. (or point) in a canoe; kewetahúm, v.n.5.

Bayonet; n.i. nahbuhjaúshkuhegun, (pl. -un).

Be, he is; uhyáh, áhwe, v.n.1. 3, (p.c. ay-, uhyahw-). He is thus; ezhewábeze, v.n.3, (p.c. azhe-). He is in such a place; duhzheká v.n.2, (p.c. dazhe-). He is thought to be in such a. place; duhnandáhgooze, v.n.3, (p.c. anduhn-). He is a (man, dog, giant, child, Indian, &c, &c, &c.); enénewe, uhnemóoshewe, mesahbáwe, ahbenoojewe, ahnishenahbáwe, v.n.3. He used to be; ebun. It is; áhwun, uhyáhmuhgud, v.i.6, 8, (p.c. uhyahw-, ayah-). It is thus; ezhewábud, v.i.7, (p.c. azhew-). There is; ahtá, ahtamuhgud, v.i.2, 8, (p.c. at-). There is (among others); duhgo, duhgómuhgud, v.i.4, 8, (p.c. andug-). There is (or, it is); -ewan: e.g. there is a door; ishquandámewun, v.i.6. There is a town; odanáhwun. There is made. See make. There are (in plenty); -kah, e.g. odáminekah, there are strawberries. See plenty. It is a (cow, dog, box, &c, &c.); pezhéke suh, ahnemoosh suh, muhkuk suh. Let it be; me, me ka-ing.

NOTE. - Súh is a particle of assertion even as nuh is a particle of enquiry; e. g. pezheke suh, it is a cow; pezheke nuh? Is it a cow?

Beach. See shore.

Beadle. See door-keeper.

Beads; n.a. muhnedóomenánsug.

Beak. Its b.; okóozh. It has a long b.; kenekoozha. It has a short b.; tuhkokoozha, v.n.2.

Beam. See joist.

Bean; n.a. miskóodesemin, (pl. -ug).

Bear; n.a. muhquáh, (pl. -g). Young bear; muhkóons, (pl. -ug). Male b.; nahbák, (pl. -wug). Female b.; noozhák, (pl. -wug). Bear-meat; muhkó-weyaus. Bear-skin; muhkowuhyaun. Male b. skin; nahbákwuhyaun. Female b. sk.; noozhákwuhyaun. Bear's bone, mahkógun. Bear's claw; muh-kógunzh. Bear's head; muhkóoshtegwaun. Bear's den; mnhkwáuj. Bear's tree muhquáhtig. He hunts bears; nunduwáhqua, v.n.2.

Bear. See carry, yield, birth, breed, suffer.

Beard; n.i. mezhedoonáhgun. He has a b.; mezhédoon, v.n.6; mezhégoondahgun, v.n.5, (p.c. mazh-). He has no b.; púshkodoon, v.n.6, (p.c. pashk-). He pulls out his b.; o-pushkodoonábenaun, v.t.III. He pulls out his own b.; pushkodoonábenédezo, mod. A.

Beast, (wild); n.a. ahwáse (pl. -yag).

Beat, (strike). He b.; puhketáëga, v.n.2. See strike, whip, surpass, waves, trodden.

Beautiful; quunáuj. He is b.; quunóujewe, onésheshe, péezhegandáhgooze, v.n.3, (p.c. quan-, wane-, pazh-). He is b. to look at; minwáhbumenáhgooze, v.n.3, (p.c. manw-); oneshesháhbumenáhgooze, mekahwáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. wane-, mak-). It is beautiful; quunáhjewun, v.i.6; peshegandáhgwud, v.i.10. The scenery is b.; minwahbumenáhgwud, v.i.10.

Beauty; quunaujewin.

Beaver; n.a. uhmik, (pl. -wug). Young b.; uhmikóons, (pl. -ug). Y. b.under two years; ahwánesha, (pl. -yug). Y. b. between two and three years; ahbóoyuhwa, (pl. -g). Y. b. of three years; pahkámik, (pl. -wug). Male b.; nahbámik. Female b.; noozhámik. F. b. bearing young; unjéemik. Beaver-skin; uhmikopéwuy, ahbeménequay. Beaver's bone; uhmikogun. Beaver's dam; oquáhnim, (pl. -in). He is making a d.; oquáhnimeka, v.n.2, (p.c. waqu-). There is a d.; oquahnimekáhda, v.i.2. Beaver's hole; uhmikwauzh, (pl. -un). Beaver's lodge; uhmikwish, (pl. -un). Beaver's tail; uhmikozóo. He hunts beavers; núndoo-mequa, v.n.2. He lives like a b.; uhmikwáhdeze, v.n.3.

Beaver-duck; n.a. uhmikoosheeb, (pl. -ug)

Because; oonje.

Beckon. He b. (with hand or eye); úhyenéneka, v.n.2, (p.c. ayen-). See nod, wink.

Become, begin to be; máhje-: e.g. be becomes a preacher; máhjekuhgéqua.

Bed; n.i. nebáhgun, (pl. -un). Under the bed; uhnáumebahgun.

Bedstead; nebáhgunáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Bed-sheet; nebáhgunegin, (pl. -oon). Bed­fellow; webámáhgun, (pl. -ug). He goes to bed; guhwishemo, v.n.4. He makes the bed; uhpishemóneka, v.n.2, (p.c. ap-).

Bedroom; n.i. uhbenáussoowin, nebáwin, (literally the place in a wigwam allotted to a family).

Bee; n.a. ahmóo, (pl. -g).

Bee-hive; ahmóowegummig, (pl. -oon).

Beech; n.a. ahzhuhwámeezh, (pl. -ig). Beech-nut; ahzhuhwámin, (pl. -un).

Beef; n.i. pezhékeweweeyaus.

Beer, (made of fir); shingoobáubo.

Beet; n.i. miskochees.

Beetle; n.a. chegahwáse, (pl. -g).

Before; chebwah, bwah, noond.

Beforehand; kéezhah, néegaun.

Before all; núhkuhwa.

Before, (formerly); kuhyát.

Before, (in the presence of). Before him; anáhsuhmid, (conjug. as part of v.n.3). Before it; anáhsuhmesing. Before him sitting; anáhsuhmuhbid, (as v.n.3). Before him standing; anáhsuhmegahbuwid, (as v.n.3). Before him lying down; anáhsuhmeshing, (as v.n.6). Before his face; anáhsuhmishkinzhegwad, (as v.n.2). Before time. See premature.

Beg, (mendicate). He b.; núndootumáhga, v.n.2, (p.c. nand-). He b. by habit; núndootumahgáshke, mod. A. He b. of him; onundootúmuhwáun, mod A. He begs for it; onúndootaun, v.t.VII. He b. for someth. to eat; púhgwisheëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. pagw-). He b. him for s. th. to, eat; opuhgwisheäun, v.t.I. He is always asking to eat; puhgwisheëwáshke, mod. A. He begs for s. th. to eat weeping; mookonámo, v.n.4, (p.c. mwauk-). He b. him for s. th. to eat weeping; o-mookonámotuhwaun, v.t.II.

Beggar; p.n.a. nandootumahgad, (pl. -jig).

Begin. He b.; máhjetah, v.n.1, (p.c. muhyahj-). It b.; máhjesin, mahjesámuhgud, v.i.5, 8.

Begin to; máhje, as prefix to the verb: e.g. he begins to work; máhje-uhnóoke; to run, máhjebuhtoo; to preach, máhje-kuhgéqua; to sew, máhje-gwáuso. He begins some work; mahjékun, v.n.5.

Beginning; n. i. mahjetáhwin. In the beginning; wuhyáshkud.

Begone! mahjáun! uhwúss!

Behave. He b. well; meno-ezhewábeze, v.n.3, (p.c. mano-). He b. badly; mujjeezhewábeze, (p.c. maje-). He b. too badly; osaúmechega, v.n.2, (p.c. was-). He b. differently; aunjezhewábeze, aunjebemáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. uhyaunj-). He b. chastely; peenáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. pahn-). He b. im­purely; weenáhdeze, (p.c. wahn-). He makes him b. well; o-meno-ezhewábeseäun, mod. D.

Behaviour; n.i. ezhewábezewin. Good b.; meno-ezhewábezewin. Bad b.; mujjeezhewábezewin.

Behead. He b. him; okishkegwáwaun, v.t.V. (p.c. kaushk-).

Behind; ahzháhwuhyeëe, uhgáhwuhyeëe. B. the house; uhwússegummig. B. the island; uhgáhwe-menis. Behind the others; ishquáuhyee, ishquayáung.

Behold! bénuh! nushká!

Being; n.a. uhyáh, (pl. -g). Great Being; keche-uhyah. Young being; uhyáuns, (pl. -ug). Wicked being; uhyáhwish, mujje-uhyáhwish, (pl. -ug).

Belch; mágaunzhe, v.n.3a, (p.c. muhyag-)

Belfry; p.n.i. kitotáhgun ágoodag.

Belief, creed; n.i. dabwayándumoowin.

Believe. He b.; dabwátum, dabwayándum, v.n.5, (p.c. duhyabw-). He b. him, it; odabwátuhwaun, odabwátaun, v.t.II., VII. He b. in him; o-dabwayánemaun, v.t.I, or dabwayándum ayáhnid.

Believer; p.n.a. duhyabwátung, (pl. -ig).

Bell; n.i. kitootáhgun, (pl. -un).

Bellow. He b. (an ox); muhsetáhgooze, v.n.3, (p.c. maset-).

Bellows; n.i. poodáujishkóotuhwaun.

Belly; n.i. mesúd, omesuddumah. His b.; omesúd. B. of an animal; mooje.

Belong. See own.

Beloved; suhyáhgeind, (pl.-jig). B. brethren! suhyáhgeënenuhgoog nekáhnesedoog!

Below; tahbushish. In a lower country; nesánjewun. See under, down.

Belt; n.a. kéchepezóon, (pl. -ug). See girdle.

Bemoan. See weep over.

Bench; n.i. uhpúhbewin, (pl. -un).

Bend, He bends s. th.; wáhgenega, v.n.2, (p.c. wuhyahg-). He bends it; owáhgenaun, v.t.III., VII. He b. it towards him; opeedáhgenaun. He b. his arm.; bishkenekáne. It bends, (by the wind); sháhsháhwahbesa, v.i.2, (p.c. shuhyahsh-). The tree b. by the w.; sháhsháhwahbuhshe metig, v.n.3. He is bent; wáhgishkah, v.n.1. It is b. (not straight); wáhgishkáhmuhgud, v.i.8. He is b. backwards; sháhsháhgetah, v. n. 1. He is b. forwards; wahgáneze, v.n.3, (p.c. wuhyahg-). He is b. with old age; wáhgegeékah, v.n.1.

Beneath; uhnaum, uhnáumuhyee, uhnáhming.

Beneficence; n.i. shahwanjegáwin.

Benefit. See do good.

Benevolence; n.i. kezhawáhdezewin. He is benevolent; kezhawáhdeze, v.n.3.

Benighted. See ignorant.

Benighted, (overtaken by night). He is b.; noondátebekishkah, v.n.1, (p.c. -nwaun).

Benumbed. He is b.; gegemáhnese, v.n.3, (p.c. gahg-). His arm, foot, hand, leg, is benumbed; gegemáhne-neká, sedá, -ninje, -káhda, v.n.2, 2, 3, 2.

Berry; n.i. min, (pl. -un). Gather berries; see gather.

Beseech. He b.; puhgoosándum, v.n.5, (p.c. pagoo-); puhgoosánjega, v.n.2. He b. him; opuhgoosánemaun, v.t.I. He b. for it; o-puhgoosándaun, v.t.VII.

Beside, use, near, alongside.

Best; muhyáhmuhwe-onésheshing.

Bet. He b.; ahtáhga, v.n.2, (p.c. atah-).

Betray. He b. him; opúhgedenaun, v.t.I, o-wuhnesnhaun, v.t.I.

Betrothed. He is b.; wewédega, v.n.2.

Better; nuhwúj onésheshin. He is b., recovering; éshkum meno-uhyáh.

Between; náhwuhyeëe, nesúhwuhyeëe.

Bewail. See weep over.

Bewilder. Her b. him; okéwushquaëyándumeäun, v.t.I, (p.c. kahwush-). He is bewildered; kewushquaëyándum, v.n.5.

Bewitch. He b. him; od-uhnishenáhba-wahpénánaun, v.t.III. See enchantment

Beyond; uhwúss, uhwúss wáde.

Bible; ewh Kechétwah-muhzenúhegtin, Kezhá-muhnedoo o-muhzenúhegun.

Bid. He b. him; od-enaún, v.t.III. He b. him go home; o-kéwanáuzhuhwaun, v.t.V.

Bier; n.i. chebuy-onegunáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Big; keche. He is b.; mindedo, v.n.4, (p.c. mand-). It is b.; méchah, mecháhmuhgud, v.i.1, 8, (p.c. machah-). See large, fat.

Bigamist; p.n.a. náuzhoquáwad, (pl. -jig). He has two wives; néezhoquawa.

Bilberry; n.i. min, (pl. -un). He gathers b.; meneka, v.n.2, (p.c. mahn-).

Bile; n.i. osuhwahbun.

Bilious. He is b.; osuhwáhbe, v.n.3, (p.c. wasuh-).

Bill, account; muhzenúhegawin. See paper.

Bill, beak; okóozh.

Bill of divorce; wabenédewe-muhzenuhegun.

Billow, wave; tegówh, (pl. -ug).

Bind, tie, fasten, (see swathe). He b.; sahgepéjega, minjemáhpejega, v.n.2, (p.c. sag-, manj-). He b. him; osáhgebenaun, v.t.III.; o-minjemáhpenaun, v.t.III. He b. it; osáhgebedoon, o-minjemáhpedoon, v. t. VIII. He binds him, it, well; od-uhyindáhpenaun, od-uhyindáhpedoon, v.t.III., VIII, (p.c. ayin-). He b. his hands, feet, &c.; o-muhmáunjego -benaun. See hand, foot, &c. He b. well his pack; o-wahwánahpedúmuhwaun weewauzh, mod. C. (p.c. waw-). B. with fetters; see fetters.

Birch, (tree); n.a. wigwaus, (pl. -ug).

Birch-bark; n.i. wigwaus. B. b. box; wigwause-muhkuk, (pl. -oon). B. b. canoe; wigwaus-cheemaun, (pl. -un). B. b. dish; wigwaus-onáhgun, (pl. -un). B. b. wigwam; wigwáuse-wegummig, (pl. -oon). B. b. for a wigwam; wigwáusuhpúhkway. He looks for b. b.; nundóokwum, v.n.5, (p.c. nand-). He strips b. b.; wigwáuseka, v.n.2, (p.c. wagw-). He cuts down a birch tree to get the bark off; guhwáhezhegwa, v.n.2, (p.c. gaw-).

Bird, n. a. A small b.; penáshe, (pl. -ug). Young b.; puhnahjáh, (pl. -yug). Little bird; penáshins, (pl. -ug). The b. carries something in his beak; neemuhega penashe, v.n.2, (p.c. naum-).

Birth; n.i. négewin, oondáhdezewin. She gives birth; negeähwusso, oondáhdeseka, ahbenóojeká, v.n.4, 2, 2, (p.c. nahg-, wand-, ab-). She g. b. to a son; quéewezanseká, (p.c. quahw-). She g. b. to a daughter; equázanseká, (p.c. aqu-). She g. b. to him; o-négeäun, v.t.I. She bears him a child; o-négetuhwaun, v.t.II. Premature abortive b.; nézhewin. See miscarry.

Birthday; n.i. Negéwene-kézhegud.

Birthplace, (his); kah-duhzhe-neegid, (part, of v.n.3).

Biscuit; n.a. buhquázhegauns, (pl. -ug). Sea-biscuit; uhnáhkoonah, (pl. -g). Cracker; uhnáhkoonauns, (pl. -ug).

Bishop; n.a. keche-makuhdá-wekónuhya, (pl. -g), (the big black-coat).

Bit, (slice); ningotóonezhegun, See piece.

Bitch; n.a. noozhasim, (pl. -oog). The b. is in young; aunjissemo uhnemoosh.

Bite. He b.; tuhkwunga, v.n.2, (p.c. takw-). He is a biter; tuhkwungáshke, mod. A. He b. him, it; o-tuhkwumaun, o-túhkwundaun, v.t.I., VII.

Bite off. He b. off a piece; puhquánjega, v.n.2, (p.c. pak-). He b. off a p. of it; (in. an.) opuhquándaun, o-puhquánemaun, v.t.VII, I. See nose.

Bite through. He b. it through; o-kishkundaun, v.t.VII, (p.c. kaushk-).

Bitter, (it is); wéesuhgun, wéesuhgah, v.i.6, 1, (p.c. waus-). It is b.; (anim.) wéesuhgeze, v.n.3. It is b. (liquid); wesuhgáhgummee, v.i.3. It is b. (leaf); wesuhgebug, v.i.7a.

Bittern; n.a. mooshkahoosee, (pl. -g).

Bitterness; n.i. wesuhgezewin.

Black; muhkuhdá. It is b.; muhkuhdáwah, v.i.1, (p.c. mak-). He is b.; muhkuhdáweze, v.n.3. It is b. (metal); (in. an.) muhkuhdáwáhbekud, v.i.7; muhkuhdáwáhbekeze, v.n.3. It is b. (thread, string, &c.); muhkuhdáwáhbegud. It is b. (liquid); muhkuhdáwahgummee, v.i.3. Paint black, dye black; see paint, dye.

Blacken. He b.; muhkuhdáwechega, v.n.2, (p.c. mak-). He b. him, it; o-muhkuhdáwishkuhwaun, v.t.II; o-muhkuhdáwishkaun, v.t.VII.

Blackbird; n.a. muhkuhdáyahnauk, (pl. -oog); ságebunwáuneshe, (pl. -yug).

Black cloth; n.i. póosmukudawagin.

Black dog; n.a. muhkuhdá-oosim, (pl. -oog).

Black duck; n.a. muhkuhdásheeb, (pl. -ug).

Black eye. See eye.

Black lead, for stoves; uhpesáhbik.

Black serpent; n.a. muhkuhdákenábig (pl. -oog).

Black-foot Indian; kuhyáuchenene, (pl. -wug).

Blacking, (for boots); muhkudáwechegun.

Blacksmith; n.a. uhwishtooyah, (pl. -g).

Bladder; n.i. zhéegewin, (pl. -un).

Blade, edge; n.i. gáhnug.

Blame; he b. him, it; od-aunwánemaun. od-aunwandaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. uhyaunw-).

Blanket; n.i. waubowuhyaun, (pl. -un). His b.; okonáus, (pl. -un). Ho ties to j b. under his chin; suhgáhnekuhmáumbezo, v.n.4, (p.c. sagah-). He ties his b. high up; tuhkwáumbezo, (p.c. -tak). Blaspheme, use, speak wickedly; mujje-keezhwa; or revile, od-enahpenámaun. od-enahpenándaun.

Blast, with powder. He bl. it; opuhsáhbikesaun, v.t.VII.

Blaze. It b.; piskáhkoona, piskoona. v.i.2, (p.c. pask-). The tire b. up high: nuhmutáhkoona ishkoota, (p.c. nam-). The f. b. up before the wind; piskunáyahsin ishkoota, v.i.5. He makes it blaze; piskáhkoonánjega, v.n.2.

Blaze on a tree; wahsáhkwuhegun. He b. the trees; wahsáhkwuhega, v.n.2, (p.c. wuhyahk-). The trees are blazed; kékenuh-wuhdáhkwuhegáhda, v.i.2.

Bleach. He b. it; owáhbishkégetoon, v.t. VIII. (p.c. wuhyaub-). It is bl. by the sun; wáhbecheyáhta, v.i.2.

Blear-eyed, he is; chesegáhwezepingwa.

Bleed. He b. (loses blood); misquéewe, v.n.3, (p.c. masqu-). He makes him lose blood; omisquéeweäun, v.i.I. His nose b.; kébetun, v.n.5a, (p.c. kab-). His nose b. after a fall; kebetunáshin, v.n.6. He strikes him and makes his nose bleed; okebetunágunumaun, v.t.I. His blood flows; sáhgiskwáhgeze, v.n.3.

Bleed. He b. him (takes blood); opáuskequáwaun, v.t.V.

Bless, (shew favor to). He b. him; o-shahwánemaun, v.t.I. (p.c. shaw-). He b. it; oshahwandaun, v.t.VII.

Blessed. He, it is blessed; shahwandáhgooze, v.n.3; shahwandáhgwud, v.i.10.

Bless God, - use thank or praise.

Blind. He is b; kúhgepingwa. v.n.2. He blinds him; okuhgepingwaäun, v.t.I, (p.c. kag-).

Blind person; p. n.a. kagepingwad, (pl. -jig) .

Blindfold. He is b.; kúhgepingwábezoo, v.n.4. He b. him; o-kúhgepingwábenaun, v.t.I, (p.c. kag-).

Blindness; n.i. kuhgepingwawin.

Blink, He b.; puhpússungwáube, v.n.3.

Bliss; n.i. tábezewin.

Blister; n.i. óoje-mushkéke, (fly medicine); oómbezegun, (that which rises). He has a b. (from rubbing); uhbishquábegeze, v.n.3, (p.c. ab-). He has a b. on his hand; uhbishquábege-ninjeshin, v.n.6. He has a b. on his foot (from walking); uhbishquábege-zedáshin; (from snow-shoes) uhbishquábege-zedábezo. His skin is blistered from a burn; oombáuzhayáhkezo, v.n.4, (p.c. wam-).

Block up. See obstruct.

Block of wood, (for fuel); kóotahwun.

Blood; n.i. misque. Coagulated b.; wahdó.

Blood-letting; n.i. paúskequaëgáwin.

Bloody, stained with bl. He, it, is bloody; misquewe, v.n.3; misquewun, v.i.6, (p.c. masqu-). It is bloody (any part of the body); misquéwe: e. g., his foot is bloody; misquéweseda, v.n.2. He gives him a b. stroke; o-misquéewuhgúnumaun, v.t.I.

Bloom, blossom; n.i. wáhbegoon, (pl. -in). It is in bl.; wahbegoone, v.n.3.

Blot; n.i. wéenezewin.

Blot out. He b. it out; o-gáhseäun, v.t.VII. (p.c. guhyaus-). He b. î. a writing; o-gáhsebeäun, v.t.VII. He b. o. his name; o-gáhsebéewaun, v.t.I. He b. it out to him (forgives him); o-gáhsebéümuhwaun, mod. C, or o-gáhseümuhwaun, mod. C. We b. it out to (pardon) each other; ke-gausebeümáhdemin.

Blotted out, it is; gáhseëgahda, or gáhsebeëgáhda, v.i.2.

Blow. He b.; pootáhjega, v.n.2. (p.c. pwaht-). He b. on him, it; o-pootahnaun. He b. the fire with bellows; poodaujishkotahwa, v.n.2. Blow up. See explode, and see nose.

Blown. He (an animal) is b.; poodáhjishkah, v.n.1.

Blown down. There are trees bl. d.; wasaun, v.i.6.

Blows. The wind b.; nóodin, v.i.5, (p.c. nwaud-); áhnemud, v.i.7, (p.c. uhyah-) .

Blue; ozháhwushquah, (used also for green). Sky-blue, - It is colored s. b.; mezhuhkwáhdoong enaúnda. Dark blue (it is); uhpesin, v.i.5. See dye, paint.

Blue-bird; n.a. ozháhwunoo, (pl. -g).

Blunder. See mistake.

Blunt, it is; uhzhewah, v.i.1, (p.c. azhe-); uhzheyáhbekesin, v.i.5.

Blush. He b.; misquingwása, v.n.2, (p.c. masqu-).

Boar; n.a. nahbá-kookoosh, (pl. -ug).

Board, plank; n.a. nuhbúggesug, (pl. -oog). Small b.; nuhbúggesugoons, (pl. -ug). Under a b.; ubnáumesug. In the middle of a b.; náhwesug; It is made of b.; nuhbúggesúgokahda, v. i., (p.c. nabug-). He makes it of b.; o-nuhbúggesugokáhdaun, v.t.VII. So many boards; dusswáhtig nuhbúggesugoog.

Board, (on). He goes on board; póose, v.n.3, (p.c. pwah-). He puts him, it, on b.; o-póoseäun, o-póosetoon, v.t.I., VIII. It is on b.; póosechegáhda, poosechegaúso, v.i.9.

Boarding; n.i. uhshungáwin.

Boarding house; n.i. úshunga-wegummig, (pl. -oon).

Boast. He b.; muhmequáuzo, v.n.4, (p.c. mamequ-); wuhwéezhimo, v.n.4.

Boaster; p. n.a. mamequáuzood, (pl. -jig).

Boasting; n.i. muhmequáuzoowin.

Boat; n.i. chéemaun, métego-chéemaun, (pl. -un). In a boat; see fetch, carry. &c.

Boat-builder; n.a. cheemáuneka-wenene.

Bodkin; n.i. megóos, (pl. -un).

Body; n.i. weyowemah. My, thy, his b.; né- ké- wé-yowh. He has a b.; owéyowe, v.n.3, (p.c. wawe-). He has it in his b., incorporated in him: od-owéyowenódaun, v.t.VII .

Body (in a) , all together; máhmuhwe.

Bog; n.i. wáubushkeke, (pl. -wun).

Boil. He b. s. thing; oonsáqua, v.n.2. (p.c. wansa-). He b. him, it; od-oonswaun, od-oonsaun, v.t.V., VII. It boils; oondámuhgud, v.i.VIII. The kettle b.; oonso uhkik. See maple sugar. It boils over; ahmedágummeda (-so), v.i.2.

Boil down. See reduce by boiling.

Boiling water; wandag nebe.

Bold. He is b.; soóngedaä, v.n.3, (p.c. swaung-). See courageous.

Boldness; n.i. soongedaäwin.

Bolt; n.i. (to a door), pewáubeko-kebahquuhegun.

Bond, fetter; n.i. tuhkóopejegun (pl. -un).

Bondage; uhwaukahnedewin.

Bone; n.i. okúnemah. My, thy, his b.; ne- ke- o-kun. He has large bones; mahmaúngeguná, v.n.2. He has small b.; béeweguná. He has strong b.; mushkúhweguná He has pain in his b.; dáweguná. A bone comes out of his body; sáhgegunáshin, v.n.6.

Bonnet; n.i. wéwuhquaun, (pl. -un).

Bony. It is b.; okunekáh, v.i.1.

Book; n.i. muhzenúhegun, (pl. -un). A small b.; muhzenúhegauns, (pl. -un). See paper, open, shut.

Book-case; n.i. muhzenúhegune-tasáhbun: or, muzenúhegune uhtahsowin.

Book-seller; n.a. muhzenúhegunun adáhwad, (pl. -jig).

Boot; n.i. múhkisin, metigwáukesin, (pl. -un). See shoe.

Border. See edge, boundary.

Bore a hole. Me b. through him, it; o-sháhboopuhgwunáwaun, v.t.V.; o-sháhboopuhgwunáäun, v.t.VII, (p.c. shuhyaub-).

Born. He is b.; nége, oondáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. nahg-, wand-). He is born with; gegenége: e. g., we were born with sin; kege-pe-gegenegémin pahtáusoowin.

Born again. He is b. a.; aunje-nege.

Borrow. He b.; uhtáhwaunga, v.n.2, (p.c. atah-). He is always borrowing; ahtáhwaungashke, v.n.3. He b. it of him; od-uhtahwumaun, v.t.I. He b. it (an. in.); od-uhtáhwaunganun, od-uhtáhwaungan, v.t.VI.

Borrowed. Any th. b.; ahweëgowin, (pl. -un, or -ug).

Bosom; n.i. pindomowin. He puts it in his b. (an. in.); o-pinomoonun, o-pinomoon, v.t.VI, (p.c. pauno-).

Boss. See foreman.

Both; nnhyázh.

Both sides; átuhwah, atuhwúhyeëe. Both sides of the body; átuhwenah. B. legs; atuhwekaud. B. arms; atuhwenik. B. hands; atuhweninj. B. feet; atuhwezid. B. sides of the water; átuhwegaum. See also use of the frequenta­tive prefix under ear, arm.

Bother. He b. him; omegooshkahjeäun, v.t.I., (p.c. mag-). It b. him; o-megooshkahjeegoon, v.t.I., (inan. obj.).

Bottle; n.i. omóoduy, (pl. -un). Small b.; omoodans, (pl. -un).

Bottom. At the b.; nesúhyeëe. B. of a hill; see foot.

Bough. See branch.

Bound with fetters, he is; mahmaunjegwáhpejegáuso, v.n.4, (p.c. mam-). His hands are bound; mahmáunjego-ninjebezo, v.n.4. So also arms, legs, feet, &c, substituting neka, kahda, seda, for ninje.

Boundary; wanje-máhjesing uhke; or, wayaquáhkummegaug.

Bountiful. See liberal.

Bow, in the bow of a boat; wahnuhkoo-jáhoonug.

Bow (to shoot); n. métegwaub, (pl. -in).

Bow, over Indian cradle; ahgwingwaöon.

Bowed. See bend, bent.

Bow down. See worship.

Bow the head. He bows his h. forward; nuhwugequáne, v.n.3. See nod.

Bow to (saluting) . He b. to him; o-gaundequátuhwaun, v.t.II.

Bowels; onúhgizh, (pl. -in). His b. act; méze, v.n.3 n. (p.c. mah-). He has pain in the b.; áhkooshkahda, v.n.2, (p.c. uhyauk-). His b. act during sleep; métingwum, v.n.5, (p.c. maht-).

Bowl, basin; n.i. onahgauns, (pl. -un).

Bowsprit; n.i. negaunáhkwuhegun.

Bow-string; n.i. uhchaub,(pl. in).

Box; n.i. múhkuk, (pl. -oon). Same as barrel.

Boy; n.a. quéwezans, (pl. -ug). First-born b.; mahjekéwiss, (pl. -ug). Bad b.; quewezánsish, (pl. -ug).

Bracelet; n.i. uhnáun, (pl. un). For the arm; kechewábezoon, (pl. -ug).

Braces; n.i. duhzhoyahwabezoon; or, uhnikahmahnun.

Brag. See boast.

Braid; n.i. agogwahjegun.

Brain, n.i. My, thy, his b.; ne-, ke-, we-, -nindib.

Bramble; n.a. menásuhgahwunzh, (pl. ig).

Branch; n.i. wáhdekwun, ótekwun, (pl. -un). There are branches; begwábemuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. bahgw-). The tree has br.; begwábemúhgeze metig. The tree has large br.; mahmáungedekwunúhgeze metig, v.n.3, (p.c. mam-). Cut off br.; see cut off, broken.

Brand. See firebrand.

Brandy. See spirits.

Brass; n.i. osuhwahbik, (yellow metal).

Brave. He is b.; sóongedaä, v.n.2, (p.c. swaung-). See courageous.

Brave, n. See hero.

Bravery; n.i. soongedaáwin.

Bray. The ass br; muhsetáhgooze mamáungesha.

Bread; n.a. buhquázhegun.

Breadth (of cloth, &c). One b.; pazhegooshk. Two b., &c.; neezhooshk. So many b.; dussoosk. How many b.? Ahneen andussoosk?

Break. He b. it, (in. an.); o-péekooshkaun, opéekwuhaun, v.t.VII.; o-péekooshkuhwaun, o-péekwuhwaun, v. .t. II., V, (p.c. pahk-). He b. it, (a dish, watch, &c.); opáhsuhaun, v.t.VII.; opáhsuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. puhyah). He b. his canoe; o-póokooshin o-cheemaun, v.t.VI.a. (p.c. pwahk-). He b. a commandment; opéegoobedoon kuhgequawin, v.t.VIII. (p.c. paug-). He b. a field; opéegwuhkuhmeguhaun ketegaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. paug-). He b. the point of s. th.; opóokookozhánann, v.t.VII. (p.c. pwahk-). He b. his nose, falling; besáhgejahnáshin, v.n.6, (p.c. pahsahg-). He b. a string (rubbing); o-puhkéeboodoon, v.t.VIII. He b. a long obj.; (in. an.) opóokoosedoon, o-póokooshemaun, v.t.VIII, I. (p.c. pwahk-). He b. a bone; pookwuheguna, v.n.2. He breaks his arm, leg, &c.; see arm, leg. He b. branches to mark the way; póokoonegá. He b. it in two; (in. an.) opookoobedoon, o-pookoobenaun, v.t.VII, III. (p.c. pwahk-). He b. it, letting it fall; (in. an.) o-péegwesedoon, o-péegweshemaun, v.t.VIII, I.

Break down. He b. it down; opeegoobedoon, v.t.VIII. (p.c. pahk-).

Break in. See tame.

Break off. He b. it off; (in. an.) o-pookooshkóobenaun, v.t.VII., III. (p.c. pwahk-). He b. off a piece of it; (in. an.) o-puhquábedoon, o-puhquábenaun, v.t.VIII, I. (p.c. pa-). He b. off a p. of it (wooden, obj.); opuhquáguhaun, o-puhquáguhwaun, v.t.VII., II. He b. it off by small pieces; (in. an.) opigishkeebedoon, o-pigishkeebenaun, v.t.VIII, I. (p.c. pagish-): e.g. tobacco.

Break open. He b. it open, (box, &c.); o-nahsedeáäun, v.t.VII. (p.c. nase-).

Break through. He br. thr. s. thing with his foot; póokesa, v.n.2, (p.c. pwahk-). He br. through the ground (sinks); póokuhkummégesa, v.n.2.

Break to pieces. He b. it to p.; (in. an.) o-pegoonaun, v.t.VII., III. (p.c. pahg-); o-pahsebedoon, o-pahsebenaun, v.t.I. VIII., (p.c. puhyahs-). See crumble. Breaks. It b.; pookóochishkah, v.i.I. (p.c. pwahk-). It b. falling; (in. an.) peegwesin, v.i.5; peegwishin v.n.6, (p.c. pah-). The tree b.; piskebáhgishkah metig. Sticks break under the feet; pookwámuhgud. It breaks off; pahkwáshkáhmuhgud, v.i.6, (p.c. pakw-). It breaks open; (in. an.) nahsedaásin, v.i.5; nahsedaáshin, v.n.6. It br. to piecies falling from a height; (in. an.) begishkesin, v.i.5; pegishkeshin v.n.6, (p.c. pagishk-). A string br.; puhkéebooda, v.i.2. See also broken.

Breakers. See shoals.

Breakfast; n.i. kúhgezhab-wésenewin.

Breast. Female's br.; n.a. toodoosh, (pl. -ug). Give the breast; see suck.

Breast. See chest.

Breast-pin; n.i. kushkáhkegunáöon, (pl. -un.)

Breast-plate; n.a. ásemig, (pl. -ug). Silver b.; shoóneyahwásemig. Of porcelain beads; megezéëásemig.

Breath; n.i. nasáwin. His breath is offensive; maúnzhemuhgwáhnaumo, v.n.4, (p.c. muhyaunzh-). His b. is short; tuhkwuhnaumo, (p.c. takw-).

Breathe. He b.; nasa, v.n.2, (p.c. nuhya-); puhgedáhnahmo, v.n.4 (p.c. page-). He br into him; onasánooduhwaun, v.t.II. He b. forth; nuhsuhnáumo (p.c. nas-). He b. differently (a sick person); aunduhnahmo, (p.c. uhyaund-). He b. deeply; zhóoguhnáhmo, (p.c. zhwahg-). He breathes interruptedly; kishkuhnáumo, (p.c. kaushk-). He br. at long intervals; zhuhshebuhnáumo, (p.c. zhashe-). He can scarcely b.; uhkwuhnáumo, (p.c. akwuh-). He b. his last; ishquahnaumo, (p.c. ashqu-).

Breathless. He runs himself b. after it to reach it; oondunáumo, v.n.4.

Breech-cloth (worn by Indians); unseäun.

Breed. It is of such, a b.; ezheweénzo, v.n.4, (p.c. azhe-). See kind.

Breed (produce young); oondáhdeseka, v.n.2, (p.c. wand-); oonejáhnese, v.n.3.

Brethren. My, thy, his b.; nekáhnesug, kekáhnesug, wekáhnesun. My b.; (voc. pl.) nekáhnesedoog

Brevity; n.i. tuhquáhwin.

Brew. He b.; shingoobáuboka, v.n.2.

Brewer; p.n.a. shaungoobáubokad, (pl. -jig).

Bribe. He b. him; ogezháhjeäun, v.t.1.

Brick; n.a. misquúhsin, (pl. ig). He makes b.; misquúhseneká, v.n.2, (p.c. masqu-).

Bride; n.a. nuháungooqua, (pl. -g); nuhaunguhnequa.

Bridegroom; n.a. nuháungish, (pl. -ug).

Bridge; n.i. áhzhogun, (pl. -un).

Bridle; n.i. sáhgedoonábejegun, (pl. -un). The horse has a b. on; sáhgedoonábejegáuso papazhegóonguhzhe.

Brier. See bramble.

Bright. See polish, shine, cloudless.

Brightness; n.i. wahsayáhsewin.

Brilliant. See shine.

Brimfull. It is b.; báhzhedábe, v.i.3. He fills it to the b.; o-bahzhedabuhdoon, v.t.VIII. (p.c. bazhe-); onáhse-bushkenuhdoon, o-náhsebushkenuhaun v.t.VIII, I. (p.c. nuhyahse-).

Brimstone; n.i. osuhwe-múhkuhda.

Brine; n.i. zhewetáhgunáhbo.

Bring; see fetch. He bring s. thing; pedáuso, v.n.4, (p.c. páhd-). He b. him it; o-péenaun, o-péedoon, v.t.III., VIII. He b. him s. thing; opéeduhwaun, v. t, II. He b. him, it to some place; o-duhgwishemaun, o-duhgwésetoon, v.t.I, VIII. (p.c. dagw-). He b. him it ashore; od-uhgwahóomaun, od-uhgwahóondaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. agw-).

Bring back. He b. him it b.; nayaub o-peenaun, o-peedoon, v.t.III., VIII; o-pekewáwenaun, o-pekewáwedoon, v.t.III., VIII. (p.c. pahkewa-).

Bring down. He b. him, it, d.; o-pe-neséwenaun, o-pe-neséwedoon, v.t.III., VIII. (p.c. -nahse-).

Bring forth. See birth, breed, yield, produce.

Bring in. He b. him, it, in; opindegunaun, opindegudoon, v.t.III., VIII. (p.c. paundeg-). He b. in wood; pindegánesa, v.n.2.

Bring to light (make plain). He b. it to l.; o-puhgúkesedoon, v.t.VIII. (p.c. pag-).

Bring up, train. He b. him up; o-netáh-wegeäun, od-equégeäun, v.t.I. (p.c. natah-, aque-).

Bring upon. He b. it upon him (e.g. a sickness); od-énekuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. ane-).

Bring with. He b. some thing, or s. one, with him (he is not alone); pe-gegéze, v.n.3, (p.c. pah-ge-). It brings with it; pe-gegezémuhgud, v.i.8, (e.g. laziness brings with it suffering; keteméwin pe-gegezémuhgud kootuggetóowin).

Brisk. He is b.; kwáushkwaze, v.n.3, (p.c. kwuhyansh-).

Bristle; n.i. opéwuy, (pl. -un).

Brittle. It is b.; (in. an.) kahpun, v.i.6; káhpeze, v.n.3, (p.c. kuhyaup-).

Broad. See wide.

Broad-axe; n.i. chégeguhegun, (pl. -un).

Broil. He b. it; (in. an.) o-bunsáun, o-bunswaun, v.t.VII, V., (p.c. bans-).

Broken. It is b.; péegooshkah, v.i.1. It is b. to pieces; (in. an.) péesuhëgáhda, peesuhëgáuso, v.i.9, (p.c. pahs-). See arm, leg, &c.

Broken up. The land is b. up; peeg-wuhkuhmeguhegáhda, v.i.9.

Broken branch, on the road; póokoonegun, (pl. -un).

Brooch; n.a. ásemig, (pl. -ug). See breastplate.

Brook; n.i. sébewesha, (pl. -yun).

Broom; n.i. chéguhtúhegun, (pl. -un). Br. stick; chéguhtuhegunáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Broth; n.i. nahbóob.

Brother; n.a. my, thy, his b.; ne- ke-káhniss, we-káhnesun, (pl. ne- ke-kahnesug.) My, thy, her b.; nind- kid- ahwámah, od- ahwámaun, (pl. nind- kid- ahwamaug.) My, thy, his, (or her) older b.; ne- ke- súhya, o-suhyáyun, (pl. ne-, ke, suhyayug.) My, thy, his, (or her) younger b. (or sister); ne- ke- shéma, o-shemáyun, (pl. ne- ke- shemayug.) He is his b.; od-o-wekáhinesemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. wawek-); lit, he has him for his b. We are b.; kid-ówekahnésindemin: or, kidoshe-máyindemin, mod. B.

Brother-in-law, n.a. My, thy, his b. in l.; nétah, kétah, wéetaun, (pl. netaug, ketaug, weetaun.) My, thy, her b. in l.; nenim, kenim, wenemon (pl. nenimoog, kenimoog, wenemoon).

Brotherhood; wekáhnesindewin.

Brought. It is b.; (in. an.) peéjegahda, peejegauso, v.i.9, (p.c. pauj-). It is b. in; pindegujjegáhda, v.i.9.

Brow. See forehead, edge.

Brown. It is b.; same as yellow or black. Brown complexion; ozahweengwa. He is is of b. c.; ségwuningwáwuhje, v.n.3, (p.c. sahgw-).

Browse. It b. (on the young branches); onemékooka, v.n.2, (p.c. wane-).

Bruise, n. sháhsháhgooshkóosowin.

Bruise. He b. him, it; o-buhnáhsekuhwaun, o-buhnáhsekaun, v.t.II., VII., (p.c. ban-).

Bruised. He is b.; sháhsháhgooshkooze, v.n.3, (p.c. shuhyahsh-). His foot is b.; shahshahgosedáshkooze. So also in arm, leg, head, &c, substituting néka, kahda, indeba, for seda.

Brush, n.i. clothes b.; benahwáegun, (pl. -un). Paint b.; bezheshóbeëgun, (pl. -un).

Brush clothes. He b. c.; benahwáëga, v.n.2, (p.c. ban-). He b. it; obenahwaäun, v.t.VII.

Brushwood; n.i. kebánsun.

Bubble; n.i. beetá.

Buck; n.a. omushkoos, (pl. -oog).

Bucket; n.i. nahdóbun (pl. -un) nemebahgun, (pl. -un). To draw with; gwáhbuhegun.

Buckle; n.i. uhdáhbekeséchegun, (pl. -un).

Buckskin, See deer.

Bucksaw; n.i. kishkepoójegun, (pl. -un.)

Bud; n.i. onémik (pl. -oon); sáhgaunwe, (pl. -n). It buds b.; sáhgaunwe, v.i.3, v.n.3.

Buffalo; n.a. múshkooda-pezhéke, (pl. -wug).

Buffalo-robe; n.i. pezhekewágin, (pl. -un); pushquágin, (pl. -un).

Buffet; strike on the cheek. He b. him; o-puhsáhnowáwaun, v.t.V., (p.c. pas-).

Buffoonery. See jesting.

Bug. Bed bug; n.a. menáhgoojesee, (pl. -wug).

Build. He b.; wáhkahega, v.n.2, (p.c. wuhyah-). See make.

Bull; n.a. nahbá-pezhéke, (pl. -wug).

Bullet; n.i. unwe, (pl. -n).

Bullet-mould; unwekáhjegun, (pl. -un).

Bullock; n.a. pezhéke, (pl. -wug).

Bullrush; n.i. ahnáukunushk, (pl. -oon).

Bun; n.a. waushkoobejegausood buhquázhegauns, (pl. -ug), or simply buhquázhegauns.

Bunch. A bunch; ningo-uhgwáhpedag.

Bundle of; (in. obj.) túhkoobedag, (as hay.) Of (an. obj.); tuhkóobesowug, (as shingles.) See packet.

Bung, n.i. kebahkwuhegun, (pl. -un).

Bungle. See clumsy.

Buoy; n.a. kekenúnduhwaun, (pl. -ug). He places buoys; kekenúnduhwúhega, v.n.2. (p.c. kake-). Buoy for nets; okaundekun, (pl. -ug).

Burbot; n.a. (a fish); uhwáhsese, (pl. -wug).

Burden; n.i. pémewuhnaun, (pl. -un).

Burial; n.i. puhgedándumoowin.

Burn; n.i. cháhgezoowin.

Burn; he b. or is burnt; cháhgezo, v.n.4 (p.c. chuhyahg-). He b. s. thing; cháhgesega, v.n.2. He b. him, it; o-cháhgiswaun, o-cháhgesaun, v.t.V., VII. He burns it (cooking); -uhgwáhbekesáqua, v.n.2 (p.c. agwah-). He b. it through, (in. an.) (to break it); okishkahkesaun, o-kishkahkiswaun, v.t.VII., V. (p.c. kaushk-). He b. it for fuel; o-póoduhwan, v.t.VI., (p.c. pwah-). He burns up, or is burnt up; cháhgahkezo, v.n.4. He b. him, it, up; o-chahgáhkiswaun, o-chahgáhkesaun, v.t.V., VII. He b. himself, (touching something) ; uhgwáhbekezo, v.n.4, (p.c. agw-). He burns in a certain place, (e.g., the wicked in hell; duhnáhkezo, v.n.4, (p.c. andhun-). It burns or is burnt; cháhgeda, v.i.2, (p.c. chuhyahg-). It is b. up; cháhgahkeda, v.i.2. It b. through; kishkáhkeda. It is b. in a certain manner; eneda, v.i.2, (p.c. ane-). It is too much b.; osáumuhkedámuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. wasaum-).

Burning (cease); he c. b.; ishquahyáhkezo, v.n.4. It c. b.; ishquahyáhkeda, v.i.2, (p.c. ashquah-).

Burn to cinders. See cinders.

Burn to make an odor. See smell.

Burnt forest; n.i. wéesuhkooda. There is a b. f.; wéesuhkoodawun, v.i.6.

Burnt sacrifice; n.i. cháhgesega-púhge-denegáwin, (pl. -un).

Burrow, rabbit-hole; n.i. wauzh. He b.; v.n.3, owauzhe.

Burst, it bursts; páushkekáh, v.i.1, (p.c. puhyaush-). It b. by freezing; páushkuhkwúhdin, v.i.5. It b. by heat; paúshkeda, v.i.2. It b. asunder; nahnáhwesa, v.i.2, (p.c. nanah-). He b. asunder; nahnáhwesa, v.n.2, (p.c. nanah). He b. asunder; nahnáhwesa, v.n.2. He b. it, breaks it open; o-tuhtooshkaun, v.t.VII., (p.c. tat-).

Bury, he b. him, (inters him); o-puhgedánemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. paged-). He buries him, it under something; o-ningwuhwaun, v.t.V; o-ningwuhaun, v.t.VII., (p.c. nangw-). He b. him in the snow; o-ningwuhnoäun.

Burial ground; n.i. chebágummig.

Bush, bushes; n.i. kebánsun. See forest, woods, interior.

Bushel; n.i. tebúhemenáun, tebuhegun. See measure.

Business; n.i. uhnookéwin; enuhnookéwin. See trade. What business do you follow? ahneen ezheühnookéeyun, (uhnooke, v.n.3). Difficult business. See difficult.

Bustle about. He b. a.; pahbáhezhetah, pahbahduhzhetah, v.n.1, (p.c. pabat-).

Busy. He is b.; oóndumetah, v.n.1, (p.c. wan-); oondumáhkumegeze, v.n.3. He is b. doing something; oonduméchega, v.n.2. She is busy with her child; oondumoonzha, v.n.2. He ceases to be b.; ishquáhkumegeze, v.n.3, (p.c. ashqu-). See occupy.

Busybody; p.n.a. wandumetáushkid, (pl. -kejig).

But; dush.

Butcher; n.a. netáhga-wenéne, (pl. -wug).

Butter; n.i. tóodóosh-pémeda. He b. his bread; o-zhezhowaun buhqu. The bread is buttered; zhezhoëgauso buhqu.

Butterfly; n.a. mamángwah, (pl. -g).

Buttocks; n.i. misquussub.

Button; n.a. bootoo, (bouton), (pl. -yug). He b. his clothes; gebwáunjahkwúhodezo, v.n.4, (p.c. gabwah-).

Buy; he b.; kishpenúhjega, v.n.2. He b. him, it; o-kishpenuhnaun; o-kishpenuhdoon, v.t.III., VIII. He b. it for him; o-kishpenuhduhwaun, mod. C. He b. for himself; kishpenuhmáhdezo, mod. A. He b. it for himself, (an. in.); o-kishpenuhmáhdezoónun, o-kishpenuhmáhdezoon, v.t., VI. He is (it is) bought; kishpenúhjegáuzo, kishpenúhjegáhda, v.i.9. He b. for himself; kishpenuhduhmahzoo.

Buyer. See purchaser.

Buzz (a fiy). It b.; gáuskwa, v.i.2.

By, use near; see also with. (By my sword I prevailed; say, using my sw. See use).

By-and-by; páhmah, páhnemah, nahgúj.

By heart, by guess; puhgwuhnáh.

By no means! Kahwásuh! (In a sentence), kah bahpish.

By mistake; peeche-. See mistake.

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