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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

 

C

Cabbage; n. i. keche-uhnéebish, (pl. -un); pashuhwebug.

Cable; n. i. kechépemenuhkwáun, (pl. -un).

Cackle. They c. (the fowls); muhzetáhgoozewug.

Cage; n. i. penásheögun.

Cake; p. n. a. waushkóbejegáusood buhquazhegun.

Calamity. See misfortune.

Calculate. He c.; uhgindauso, v. n. 4, (p. c. ag-).

Calculation; n. i. uhgindáusoowin.

Calendar. See almanack.

Calf; n. a. pézhekans, (pl. -ug). See cow.

Calf of the leg; n. a., my, thy, his c.; ne- ke- naun, o-náunun.

Calico, n. i.; (see cotton). Coloured cal., print; kituhgéegin.

Call. See name, summon, visit, invite, invoke.

Call out. See shout, cry out.,

Call for. He c. for him, it, (without seeing); onundwawamaun, o-nundwawandaun, v. t. I, VII., (p. c. nandw-). Called. He, it, is c.; ézhenekáuso, v. n. 4; ezhenekáhda, v. i. 2, (p. c. azhene-). What is it called? ahneen ázhenekáhdag).

Called, spoken of as; áduming (being part of edaum, one says).

Calm. It is c.; aunwáhtin, v. i. 5., (p. c. anw-). Thc water is c.; wáhsekoogúmesin, v. i. 5. (p. c. wuhyahs-). It is c. after a heavy sea; ishquahyáhgumesa, v. i. 2, (p. c.ashqu-).

Calm oneself. He c. himself; ahnesándum, v. n.5, (p. c. uhyahn-).

Calumet. See pipe.

Calumniate. See accuse falsely.

Calumniator; p. n. a. dazhingáshkid, (pl. jig).

Camel; n. a. pakwáhwegung, (pl. -ig).

Camp; n. i. kuhpáshewin, nebáwin. He c. from place to plaee; pemódágooze, v n. 3, (p. c, pamo-). See sugar-camp, hut.

Camphor; n. Quadussag.

Can, he can, or can do it; o-kúshketoon, v. t. VIII., (p. c. kashk). He can walk; o-kúshketoon chepémoosad; or in some verbs contracted as:-He can mention him o-kushkeweenaun. See succeed. Cannot, he cannot; kahween okushketóoseen che-. See also incapable.

Canal; n. i. séebskáhjegun, (pl. -un); kechebesahnekaun. There is a c.; séebekahda, v. i. 2, (p. c. sahbe-).

Canary; n. a. ozúhwe-penáshe, (pl. yug).

Cancer. He has c.;.uhmoogoo, v. n. 4, (p. c. am-).

Candidate for baptism. See catechumen.

Candle; n. i. wáhsuhkoonanjegun, (pl. -un). C. stick; wáhsuhkoonárijegunáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Candies. Sea sweetmeats.

Cane; n. i. súhkuhoon, (pl. -un).

Cannibal, (fabulous giant living on human flesh); windego, (pl. -g).

Cannon; n.i. keche-paushkezegun, (pl. -un)

Canoe; n. i. chéemaun, (pl. -un). Bark c.; wigwaus-cheemaun. Dug-out c.; métego-cheemaun. Small c.; cheemáunans, (pl. -un). Old c.; cheemánnish. (pl. -un). So many c.; dussonug. Two, three c.; neezhonug, nesonug, &c. The c. is (high); ishpóonuhgud. Low; tahbussónuhgud. Large; maungónuhgud. Small; uhgahsónuhgud. Long; kenónuhgud. Short; tuhkónuhgud. (v. i. 7). Sure, safe; ketuhgwínda. Unsafe, rolling; gookokwáhmuhgud. Breaks; kishkesin, (v. i. 5). He has a oanoe; o-chéemaune, (v. n. 3). -a large c.; maungóono, v. n. 4, (mang-). -a small c.; uhgahsoono, v. n. 4, (agah-). He carries his c. to the water; omahdáhdoon o-cheemaun, v. t. VIII., (p. c. madah-). He pushes his c. from the shore; némenahwáshkah, v. n. 1, (p. c. namen-). The c. sets out; némenahwashkáhmuhgud cheemaun, v. i. 8. He has nothing in his c.; pézheshegóonuhguhúm, v. n. 5, (p. c. pazhe-). He mends his c.; o-wuhwázhuhuhtoón o-cheemaun, v. t. VIII., (p. c. wawa-). He is alone in the c.; nezhekáökum, v. n. 5, (p. c. nazh-). We are two, three, &c, in a c.; keneezhókuhmin, kenesókuhmin, &c. How many are you in the c.? Ahneen andussókumag cheemáuning. See wood for. In the canoe; pindóonug. In the bow; wahnuhkoojahönug. In the stern; odahkáuning. Under the c.; uhnáumonug. On this side the c.; oondáussónug. On the other side; uhwússónug. In a canoe; see fetch, carry, &c.

Canoe-bark; n. cheemáunezhig. Canoe-bar; pemedahsah. Canoe-rib; wáhgenah, (pl. -g). C. maker; chahmáunekad, (pl. -jig). C. measure; debáhoonoon, (pl. -un). Toy c.; wahnahdáshkoojegun, (pl. -ug).

Canvas; n. i. (sail-cloth) ningáusemoonoonegin.

Cap; n. i. weéwuhquaun, (pl. -un). See hat.

Capable. See able, can.

Cape. See point of land.

Capsize. He c. (in a canoe, boat, &c.); goonáhbishkah, v. n. 1, (p. c. gwan-). He c. in a rapid; goonáhbuboogo, v. n. 4 a. (p. c. gwan-)

Captain, (use chief); ógemah.

Captive; see slave.

Captivity; see go.

Capture; n. i. túhkoonewáwin.

Carcase; n. i. zhegóoshegun, (pl. -un).

Card-playing; n. i. ahtáhdewin. Card; ahtáhde-muhzenúhegun, (pl. -un).

Care. He cares; pahbahmándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. pabah). He doesn't care; kahween pahbahmándunse. He cares for him, it.; o-pahbahmanemaun, o-pahbahmándaun, v. t. I., VII. He cares for himself; pahbahmánindezo, mod A. He cares too much for it; od-ósaumándaun, v. t. VII., (p. c. wasaum-).

Careful. He is c.; sunguhkúmeze, v. n. 3, (p. c. saguh-). See take care.

Carefulness; n. i. suhgúkumezewin.

Carefully; suhgukúj.

Careless. He is c.; kahween suhgúkumézese.

Carelessly; máhmaunzh, wuhnishquauj.

Cariboo. See elk.

Carnal; weeyáusewe-.

Carp, (sucker); nuhmábin, (pl. -ug). Carp-bone; nuhmábenegun, (pl. -un).

Carpenter; n. a. mookoodaúso-wenéne, (pl. wug.)

Carpenter. He c.; mookoodáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. mwauk-).

Carpentering; n. i. mookoodáusoowin.

Carpenter-shop; mookoodausoowegummig.

Carpet; n. i. uhpishemóonegin, (pl. oon.)

Carriage. See cart.

Carrot; n. i. osuhwáhkuhdahkoons, (pl. -un); osuhwahchesans.

Carry. He c. him, it; od-ézhewenaun, od-ézhewedoon, v. t. III., VIII., (p. c. azhe-). He c. it to him; od-ezhewéduhwaun, v. t. II. He c. it for him; opemewéduhwaun, v. t. II., (p. c. pame-). We c. it for each other; ke-páhpemewedáhdemin, mod. b. He c. it on something; (in. an.) onémuhaun, v. t. VII., I., (p. c. nahm-). He c. him, it, in, (into a house); o-pindegunaun, o-pindeguhdoon, v. t. III., VIII., (p. c. paund-). He c. him, it, out, (out of doors), o-sáhgeseaun, osahgejewenaun, o-sahgejewedoon, v. t. I., III., VIII., (p. c. suhyahg-). He c. it in himself, (he is possessed of it); okéekishkaun, okéekishkuhwaun, (an.) v. t. VII. II., (p. c. kahk-). He c. him, it, away; omahjeenaun, o-mahjéedoon, v. t. III., VIII., (p. c. muhyah-). He carries him, it, back again; o-kewáwenaun, o-kewáwedoon, v. t. III, VIII., (p. c. kahwa-); od-ahzháwenaun, od-ahzháwedoon, v. t. 1., VIII., (p. c. ahz-). He c. him, it, down; o-nesáunduhwahaun, o-nesáunduhwahtoon, v. t. I., VIII., (p. c. nas-). He c. him, it, further than he ought; od-aunswáwenaun, od-aunswáwedoon, v. t. III., VIII., (p. c. uhyaunsw-). He c. it in a basket; áhwujjewuhna, v. n. 2, (p. c. uhyahw-) He c. s. thing in his canoe; áhwuhdukgáhodaúso, v. n. (p. c. uhyahw-) He c. s. thing in a cart or sleigh; ahwuhdáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. uhyahw-). He c. it, him, in a cart; od-áhwudoon, od-áhwunaun, v. t. VIII., III., (p. c. uhyahw-). He carts stones; áhwuhdússene, v. n. 3 a. He carts wood; áhwuhdenesá, v. n. 2. He c. s. thing in his mouth; némunjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. nahm-). He c. it in his mouth; (an. in.) o-némuhmaun, o-némundaun, v. t. I., VII. He c. s. thing in his beak; nemuhega. He c. s. thing on his back, (see pack); pemewuhná, v. n. 2. He c. s. body on his back, (a child); pemoomáhwusso, v. n. 4, (p. c.. pam-). He c. him, it, on his b.; o-pemoomaun, o-pemoondaun, v. t. I., VII. He is c.on his back, i. e. he rides him (a horse); o-pemoomegoon, (passive of above). He can c. him it, on his b.; o-kushkoomaun, o-kushkoondaun, v. t. I. VII., (p. c. kashk-). He can scarcely c. him, it; o-bwáhoomaun, o-bwáhoondaun, v. t. I., VII., (p. c. bwuhyah-). He c. his load beforehand to a place whither he intends to move; péejetáhso, v. n. 4, (p. c. pauje-). He c. s. thing on his shoulder; pemenegá, v. n. 2, (p. c. pame-). He c. him, it, on his sh.; o-pemenegáhnaun, ope-menegáhdaun, v. t. III., VII. He makes him c. it on his sh.; o-pemenegáhdumoäun, mod. D. He c. it under his arm; o-sinseningwundaun, v. t. VII

Cart; n. a. odáhbaun, (sleigh); tetebissa-odahbaun; (wheel-sleigh), (pl. -ug) He draws a. c.; odáhbe, v. n. 3, (p. e. wad-). He makes him dr., (i. e. he drives him), od-odáhbeäun, mod. d. He is dr. in a cart, (that is, he takes a drive); odahbáhnah, (pass. of od-odahbáhnaun, he drives him in a cart). He makes carts; odahbaúneka, v. n. 2, (p. c. wad-).

Cart, v. t. See carry in a cart.

Cart-horse; n. a. odáhbe-papazhegóonguhzhe.

Carter; p. n. a. wadáhbeäud, (pl. -jig).

Carve, he c.; múhzenekoójega, v. n. 2. He c. it, (in. an.); o-múhzenekoodaun; o-múhzenekoonaun, v. t. VII., III., (p. e. maz).

Carved it is, (in. an.); múhzenekóoda; múkzenekóozoo, v. i. 2, v. n. 4.

Carved image; n. a. múhzenekoójegun, (pl. -ug).

Carver. See sculptor.

Cascade. See waterfall.

Case, cover, (into which anything is put); pindunoonekáhjegun, (pl. -un).

Cask; n. i. múkukoosug, (pl. -oon).

Cast. See throw, mould.

Cast iron; n. i. sáhguhegáhdag pewáhbik.

Castaway; wábenegun, (pl. -ug).

Castle; n. i. keche-wahkúhegun, (pl. -un).

Castor-oil; n. i. pémeda-sháhboozegun.

Castrate. He castrates him; o-puquázhwaun, v. t. V., (p. c. paqua-). See circumcise.

Cat; n. a. káhshuhgans, (pl. -ug).

Catamenia; n. i. wenáwezewin. She has her c; wenáweze, v. n. 3, (p. c. wahn-). wahbundumah, v. n. 1, (p. c. wuhyah); úhgwuhjing uhyáh; úhgwuhjing boóduhwa. She has begun her c. for the first time; oóshkesáhgeze.

Cataract. He has c. of the eye; zhewahbe, v. n. 3, (p. c. zhaw-).

Catarrh. He has c.; ahgigookah, v. n. 1.

Catch. He c. him, it; o-dábebenáun, v. t. 1, VII. He c. him, it, hastily; o-nuhwáhdenaun, v. t. 1, VII., (p. c. duhya-, naw-). He c. it in the air, (in. an.); o-nuquábedoon, o-nuquábenaun, v. t. VIII., I.

Catch fish. He c. him, it, in a net; o-pinduhuhnaun; o-piduhuhdoon, v. t. 1, VIII. He catches fish; pínduhum, v. n. 5, (p. c. paund-). He c. so many fish; dussóbenah, v. n. 1, (p. c. andusso-). (This word used for any number above nineteen, e. g., He catches 20 fish in his net; neézhtuhnuh dussóbenah.) He is caught in a net; pinduháhso, v. n. 4. He c. fish with a hook; áhjegwáhjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. uhyauj-). He c. him, it, with a hook; od-ahjegwahnaun, od-áhjégwahdoon, v. t. III., VIII. See fish, draw net.

Catch a disease. He c. it; omezhekáhgoon, as v. i. II. in. obj.

Catch fire. He, it c. f.; suhkeze, suhkeda, r. n. 3, v. i. 2.

Catch up. See overtake.

Catches. It c, hooks on to something; uhdáhbekesin, v. i. 5, (p. c. adah-).

Catechumen; p. n. a. wah-séguhundáusood, (pl. jig).

Caterpillar; n. a. moosá, (pl. -g).

Cattle; n. a, ahwahkáhnug.

Cause. Use the causative form of the verb (mod. d. D.), e. g., he sleeps. nebah; he causes him to sleep; o-nebaäun. See also bring upon.

Cause of, expressed by oonje, e. g., That is the cause of his anger; me wanjenishkáhdezid, (wanje being p. c. of oonje).

Caustic; cháhgeda-mushkéke.

Cauterize. He o. him; o-duhgwáhbekiswaun, v. t. V., (p. c. agw-).

Caution; n. i. gáhgetahwándumoowin.

Cautious. He is c.; gáhgetahwe, v. n. 3, (p. c. guhyah).

Cave. There is a c.; weembáhbekah, v. i. 1, (p. c. waumb-).

Cease. He ceases to; poone, ishkwah, e. g., he ceases to drink; poone-ménequa; he ceases to eat; ishquah-wesene; he ceases to live; ishquahbemáhdeze, (p. c. pwahne, ashqu-). See also finish, leave off.

Cedar; n. a. keézhik, (pl. -ug.) Cedar swamp; keézhekeke. Cedar branch, keezhekaundaug, (pl. -oog). He gathers c. branches to lie on; muhnáh-zheda, (p. c. man-). Cedar bark, n. oonáhgak. He strips off c. b.; gúshkuhunuhgákwa, v. n. 2, (p. c. gashk-). Bag of c. bark; kéezhekúshkemood, (p/. -un).

Cede. See deliver. Ceiling; n. i. ishpémesuhgookaun. Celebrated. He, it, is c.; wáhweenjegáuso, wáhweeujegáhda, v. i. 9, (p. c. wúhyahw-).

Celebration; n. i. wahwéenjegahdáwin.

Celestial; ishpeming duhzhe-.

Cellar; n. i. ahnáumesug-ahsúnjegoon.

Cement; n. a. pegewh.

Cemetery; n. i. chebagummig. At, to, in, the c.; chebágummigoong.

Censure. See scold.

Census; n. i. uhginjegahdawin.

Cent; n. a. shoomahneka, (pl. -g). Osowwahbekoons, (pl. -un).

Centre. See middle.

Century. So many c.; dusswauk dusso peboon; (one c. ningodwauk d. p.)

Ceremony; n. i. ezhetwahwin, (pl.- un).

Certain; qúuhyuk. It is certain to be; kagat tah-ezhewabud. He is certain about it; áhpeche okekándaun. A certain man; pázhig enene. See sure.

Certainly; ahbedákummig, kagat. Yes, certainly; nungákah, ahníngwunah.

Certificate; n. i. dabwáwene-muhzenúhegun.

Certify. He c. it; odabwátoon, v. t, VIII.

Chafe. See rub.

Chaff; n. i. shegoonooshkáhjegunun.

Chagrin. See vex.

Chain; n. i. pewaubeko-suhgépejegun, pewaubeko-tuhkóopejegun, (pl. -un).

Chair, stool; n. i. uhpúhbewin, (pl. -un).

Chairman; p. n. a. nahgáhnezid.

Chalk; n. i. wahbishkebázhebéëgun.

Chamber. See bedroom.

Chance. By ch.; nuhnúhetah.

Change (alter). He ch. it; (in. an.) od-aúnjetoon, od-aúnjeäun, v.t. VIII., I. (p. c. uhyaunj-). He ch. s. thing for him; od-aunjetuhwaun, (mod. C). He ch. his clothes; aunjekoonuhya, v. n. 2. He ch. his shoes; aundúkesena, v. n. 2. He ch. his dwelling; aúnjega, v. n. 2. He ch. a writing; od-aúnjebeäun, v. t. 1. He ch. his life; aunje-bemahdeze, v. n. 3. He ch. his conduct; aunjeëzhewabeze, v. n. 3. He ch. his name; aunjenekáhnedezo, (mod. A.). He ch. his mind; quakandum, v. n. 5. He often ch. his mind; uhyáhzhuhwándum, v. n. 5. He, it, is changed (altered); aunje-uhyah, aunjebemáhdeze, v. n. 1, 3, (p. c. -uhyaun). His name is ch.; aúhjenekáuso, v. n. 4. He, it, is changed, strange; muhyúgandáhgooze, muhyúgandahgwud. He, it, looks changed; muhyúgenahgooze, muhyúgenahgwud, v. i. 10, (p. c. may-).

Changeable. See fickle.

Changed. Changed life; n. aunje-bemáhdezewin. Ch. name; aunjenekáusoowin. Ch. writing; aunjebéëgun, (pl. -un).

Change fur. It ch. its fur; aúnduhwa, v. n. 2, (p. c. uhyaund-).

Change for. See exchange.

Channel (navigable); enuhóonaún, (pl. -un). Ch. between islands; zhebáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Chapped. See cracked.

Character. He has a good ch.; minwandáhgooze, v. n. 3, (p. c. manw-). He has a bad ch.; mahnandáhgooze, (p. c. muhyah-).

Charcoal; n. i. uhkúkunzhá. Place where ch. is burnt; uhkúkunzhákun. He burns ch.; uhkúkunzháka, v. n. 2. He burns him, it, to ch.; od-uhkúkunáhkiswaun, od-uhkúkunáhkesaun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. akuk-). He, it, is burnt to ch.; uhkukunáhkezo, v. n. 4; uhkukunáhkeda, v. i. 2.

Charge. He ch. for it (requires money); we-tebúhumuhwah oonje. See pay. Charge (in war) ; mahwenáuzhewa, v. n. 2.

Chariot; n. a. ógemah-odáhbaun, (pl. -ug).

Charitable. See benevolent, kind.

Charity; n. i. (in giving), shahwanjegáwin. He practices ch.; shahshahwánjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. shash-). Charm (enchantment); n. wekobozhewawin.

Charm. He ch. (practises enchantment); koosáhbundum, v. n. 5.

Chase. See hunt, pursue.

Chasm; n. i. taushkáhbekah.

Chaste (pure of heart). He is ch.; péeneze, peenedaá, v. n. 3, 2, (p. c. paune-). He lives chastely; peenáhdeze, v. n. 3.

Chastise (flog). He ch. him; o-puhshunzháwaun, v. t.V. (p. c. pash-). He is chastised; púhshunzhaëgáuso, v.n.,4.

Chastisement (given); n. i. puhzhunzhaëgáwin. Received; puhzhunzháöogoowin.

Chastity; n. i. peénáhdezewin.

Chat. See converse.

Chatter. He ch. (talks too much); osaumedoon, v. n. 6, (p. c. -was-). He ch. (from cold); mudwáyahbedáshin, v. n. 6, (p. c. madwa-).

Cheap. It is ch.; (in. an.) wánepúhnud, wanepúhneze, v. i. 7, v. n. 3, (p. c. wuhya-). He thinks it ch., (in. an.); o-wánepuhnándaun, o-wánepuhnánemaun, v. t. VII., 1. He sells ch.; wándeze, v. n. 3.

Cheat. He ch.; wuhyázhinga, v. n. 2. He is a ch.; wuhyázhingáshke, mod. A. He cheats him, it; o-wuhyázhemaun, o-wuhyázhindaun, v. t. 1, VII., (p. c. waya-). He is cheated (taken in); nuhnuhbáhneze, v. n. 3.

Cheating. See deceit.

Check. See restrain.

Checkers, (game); shóoskóonegánug.

Cheek; n. i. onoowuhmah. My, thy, his ch.; ne-ke-noow, o-noowun. Right ch.; kéchenoow. Left ch.; nuhmúnjenoow. His ch. are red; misquunoowa, v. n. 2. He paints his ch. red; osáhnahinahneö, v. n. 4. His ch. are swollen; báhgahnoowa, v. n. 2. His ch. are dirty; wéeyahgishkahnoowa, v. n. 2. His ch. are hollow; gwuhwáhbunoowa, v. n. 2. His ch. are large; muhmáungáhnoowa, v. n. 2. The other ch.; nuhbunánoow.

Cheer. See comfort.

Cheerful. He is ch.; móojegándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. mwahj-). See joyous.

Cheese; n. i. Toodoosháhbowe-meejim.

Cherry; n. i. oquámin, (pl. -un).

Cherry-tree; oquámeezh, (pl. -ig).

Chestnut; n. i. keche-shahwámin, (pl. -un).

Chest, breast; n. i. okáhkegúnumah. My, thy, his ch.; nin-ke-o-káhkegun. He has pain in his ch.; dawáhkegun, v. n. 5, (p. c. duhya-). He has hair on his ch.; meesháhkegun, (p. c. mah-). He warms his ch.; kezháhkegunázo, (v. n. 4), (p. c. kazh-). He covers his ch.; kushkahkegunáödezo, mod. A., (p. c. kash-). He uncovers his ch.; mezhe-sháhkegunábenédezo, mod. A.. (p. c. mazhe-). He uncovers his (another's) ch.; o-mezhesháhkegunábenaun, v.t.1. His ch. is uncovered; mezhesháhkegunáshin, v. n. 6. His ch. is uncovered indecently; nebahdáhkegun, v. n. 5, (p. c. nabah-).

Chew. He ch.; sháhsháhgwunjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. shuhyah-). He ch. it (in. an.); o-sháhsháhgwundaun, o-sháhsháhgwuhmaun, v. t. VII. 1. He ch. pitch; sháhsháhgwuhmégewa, v. n. 2. See scranch. Stuff to ch.; sháhsháhgwunjegun.

Chicken; n. a. páhkuháhquans, (pl. -ug). Newly hatched c.; buhnahjáh, (pl. -yag).

Chief. See principal, supreme.

Chief; n. a. ógemah, (pl. -g.) (Meaning also captain, officer, agent, superintendent, gentleman, &c.) Second ch.; ahnukáögemah. He is ch.; ogemáhwe, v. n. 3, (p. c. wagem-). He makes him ch.; odogemáhweáun, v. t. 1. He reigns as ch.; ogemáhkunduhwa. He is ch. over him; od-ogemáhkunduhwaun, v. t. II. He lives as a ch.; ogemáhwahdeze, v. n. 3. Chief's wigwam; ogemáhwegummig, (pl. -oon). Chief's wife, or female ch.; ogemáhqua, (pl. -g).

Chieftainship; n. i. ogemáhwewin.

Chilblain; gépesewin, (pl. -un).

Child; n. a. ahbenóoje, (pl. -yug). My, thy, his ch.; ne-ke-nejáhnis, o-nejáhnesun. He is a ch.; ahbenoojeéwe, v. n. 3, (p. c. aben-). He plays the ch.; ahbenoojekáuso, mod. B. He has a ch. (or children); onejahnese, v. n. 3, (p. c. wanej-). He has only one ch.; pázhigoonzhá, v. n. 2, (p. c. puhya-). He has many children; beesáhkoonzhá, (p. c. bahs-). He has two, three children.; neezhoonzhá, nesoonzhá, (p. c. nauzh-, naa-). He has no ch., (or, a few only); mahnáöonzhá, (p. c. muhyahn-). She has a ch. from.; oondóonzha, (p. e. wand-). He has him for his ch.; od-onejáhnesemaun, v.. t. 1, (p. c. wanej-). He is had by him for his ch., i. e., he is his ch.; od-ónejáhnesemegoon, pass. of v. t. 1, (p. c. wanej-). With ch. See pregnant. Like one's own ch.; wanejahnesingin, (e. g. I love him as my own ch.; wanejahnesingin nindezhesahgeäh).

Cnild-birth; n. i. negeähwussoowin.

Childhood; n. i. ahbenoojeéwewin.

Childish. He is ch.; ahbenoojéeing ezhewábeze, v. n. 3. .

Childishness; n. i. ahbenooje-ezhewábezewin.

Chimney; n. i. pooduhwaun, (pl. -un). He sweeps the ch.; puhwindáëga, v. n. 2. Ch. sweeper; pawindáëgad, (pl. jig.)

Chin; n. i. my, thy, his ch. Nind-kid-od-áhmekun.

China-ware. See porcelain.

Chip; n. i. pewegúhegun, (pl. -un). He makes chips; peweguhega, v. n. 2.

Chippeway; n. ojébwa, (pl. -g). He is a ch.; ojebwáwe, v. n. 3, (p. c. waj-). He talks ch.; ojebwámo, v. n. 4. He writes ch.; ojebwawebéëga, v. n. 2. Ch. language; ojebwámoowin; ch. squaw; ojebwáqua, (pl. -g.) Ch. child; ojebwans, (pl. -ug). Ch. writ-ing; ojebwawebeéëgun.

Chirp. The bird chirps; nuhgumo penashe.

Chisel; n. i. puhgwunáëgun, (pl. -un).

Choice, selection; n. i. onáhbundumoowin.

Choke. He ch. (eating); puhquánishkáhgo, v. n. 4; (drinking); puhquánebe, v. n. 3 a. It ch. him; o-puhquánishkáhgoon. He ch. him, it; o-puhquánishkoonaun ; o-puhquánishkoodoon, v. t. 1, VIII., (p. c. paquan). See strangle.

Cholera. See plague.

Choose. He ch.; onáhbunjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. wanah-). He ch him, it; od-onáhbumaun, od-onáhbundaun, v. t. 1, VII.

Chop. He chops wood; muhnesá, kishkegúhega, v. n. 2, (p. c. man-, kaush-). He ch. green wood; ushkáhtegooká, v. n. 2, (p. c. ashk-). He ch. dry wood; meshewáhtegooka, (p. c. mashe-). He ch. wood up, small for fuel; pesegúhega, (p. c. pahse-). He chops into chips; pewegúhesa, (p. c. pahwe-). He chops it into chips ; o-péweguhaun, v. t. VII. He ch. wood for people; muhnesahga. He ch. wood for him; o-múhnesuhwaun, v. t. II. He ch. wood for himself; muhnesauso, mod. A.

Chopping; n. i. muhnesawin.

Chosen. He, it, is ch.; onáhbunjegaúso, onáhbunjegáhda, v. i. 9 (p. c. wanah-). Chosen object; onáhbunjegun, (pl. -un).

Church, (as a body); anuhmeäwin; (as a building); anuhmeäwegummig, (pl. -oon). At, in, to, from ch.; anúhmeägúmmegoong. He belongs to the same church with him; odáhnúhmeä-weedoókuhwaun, v. t.II.

Church of England; shaúgoonaush-anuhmeäwin. Churchman; shaúgoonaush-anúhmeäud. He is a churchman; shahgoonaush ahnúmeäh, v. n. 1.

Church of Rome; wámetegoosh-uhnuhmeáwin. Member of the ch. of R.; wámetegoosh-uhnúhmeäud. He belongs to the Ch. of R.; wametegoosh-uhnúhmeäh, v. n. 1.

Christen. See baptize.

Christian; p. n. a. anúhmeäud, (pl. jig). He is a chr.; ahnúhmeäh, v. n. 1, (p. c. anuh-). He is a good chr.; soónguh-núhmeäh, v. n. 1, (p. c. swaung-). He becomes a chr.; od-odáhpenaun anuhmeäwin.

Christianity; n. i. anuhmeáwin.

Churn. He ch.; toodooshpemedáka, v. n. 2.

Cider; n. i. meshemináhbo.

Cigars; n. a. tátebe-bugenegáhsood uhsámah, (tobacco in rolled leaves).

Cinders, red hot cinders; miskókinzha. He burns it to c. (in. an.); od-uhkukunáhkesaun, od-uhkukunáhkeswaun, v. t. VII., V., (p. c. akuk-). He gathers burning c; mahwundókezha, v. n. 2.

Cinnamon; n. a. misquáhnuhgak.

Cipher. See arithmetic.

Circle; p. n. a. wuhyáhweyáëyaug. He draws a c. ; wahweyábeëga. See stand, sit in a. c.

Circulate. He c. it; pahpahmégewa, v. n. 2.

Circumcise. He is c.; keéshkezhegáuso. He c: him; o-keeshkezhwaun, o-puhquázhwaun, v. t. V., (p. c. kaushpaqu-), (as castrate).

Circumcision; n. keéshkezhegausoowin.

Circumnavigate; kewetuhyahshe, v. n. 3.

Cistern; n. i. uhtoóbun, (pl. -un).

City; n. i. keche odánah, (pl. -wun).

Civilization; n. i. kekandáusoowin.

Civilize. He c. him; okekandáusoäun, v. t. 1, (p. c. kak-). He is c; kekandauso, v. n. 4. See tender. Claim. See demand.

Clap. He cl. hands; pupuhseninjéeödezo, mod. A. (p. c. papuh-).

Clasp. He cl. him, it; o-mínjemenaun, v. t. 1, VII., (p. c. manje-).

Class, division; n. i. puhkáëdewin, (pl. -un).

Claw, its cl.; ooshkunzheen: or, -wegunzh as affix, e. g. eagles' cl., megezéwegúnzh.

Clay; n. a. wáhbegun; white clay; wahbáubegun; red clay; misqúahbegun.

Clay-bank. There is a cl. b.; kishkáhbunoonekahgáh, v. i. 1, (p. c. kaush-).

Clean. He is cl.; péeneze, v. n. 3, (p. c. pahn-). It is cl.; peenud, v. i. 7. It is cl. (a board); péenesúgeze, v. n. 3; (a floor); peénesahgáh, v. i. 1; (a house or room); peénahta, v. i. 2; (liquid); peenáhgummee, v. i. 3; (cloth, stuff, paper, &c.) in., péenegud, v. i. 7 (an.); péenegeze, v. n. 3. It is clean (any part of the body); peene-, e. g. His feet are clean; peeneseda, v. n. 2. His heart is clean; peenedaä. He cleans him, it; opeéneäun, o-peénetoon, v. t. 1, VIII., (p. c. pahne-). He cl. it for hím; opéenetuhwaun, mod. C. He cleans it, (a floor); opéenesúggetoon; (a board); o-peénesúggeäun. He cl. fish; puhkahzhuhwa, v. n. 2; o-puh-kauzhwaun keegoyun, v. t. V., (p. c. pak-). He, it, has a clean appearance; peenenáhgooze, peenenáhgwud, v. n. 3, v. i. 10. He has a cl. heart; peénedaä, v. n. 2.

Cleanliness; n. i. peenezewin.

Cleanse. See clean. He, it, is cleansed; péeneëgooze, péeneëgáhda, v. n. 3, v. i. 9, (p. c. pahne-). He, it, is cl. by fire; gahseyáhkezo, v. n. 4; gáhseyáhkeda, v. i. 2, (p. c. guhyahs.). See also wash.

Clear. It is cl. (plain); pugúkesin, v. i. 5. It is cl. (cloudless); puhgukáhbun, v. i. 6. It is cl. (in the woods, no brushwood); zhebáyah, v. i. 1, (p. c. zhaub-). See fog, throat.

Clearing; n. i. mauzheëgun. There is a a cl.; pahpaushkwáhkumegah, v. i. 1, (p. c. pap-). There is a cl. made; mauzhéeëgahda, v. i. 2. The act of cl.; mauzhéeëgáwin. He makes a cl. (he clears land); mauzhéeëga, v, n. 2, (p. c. mazh-). A clearing is seen through the woods; buhbáhwahsa, v. i. 2, (p.

Clearly, (plainly); wahwéenga. Ciearsighted. He is cl.; wahsayáhbe, puhgukahbe, v. n. 3, (p. c. wuhyahs-, pag-).

Cleave. He cl.; páhsegúhega. See split.

Cleaver; n. i. pahsegúhëgun, (pl. -un). Clemency. See kindness.

Clench. He cl. it; o-tuhquúnjegan, v. t. VI

Clergyman; n. a, mákuhdawekóonuhya, (pl- -g), (black coat).

Clerk; n. a. ozhebéëga-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Clever. See skilful.

Cliff. There is a cl.; ahzhebíkookah, kishkáhbekah, v. i. 1, (p. c. uhyauzh-, kaush-).

Climate, warm, cold cl.; ándnzhe moonzhug kezháhtag; ánduzhe moonzhug kézenaug.

Cimb. He cl. up; uhquáunduhwá, v. n. 2, (p. c. aquaun-). He cl. down; nesáunduhwa.

Cling. He cl. to him, it; od-uhyéendenaun, v. t. 1, VII.

Clip. He cl. it; opéwekoodaun, v. t. VII.

Cloak. See mantle.

Clock; n. a. tebuhegéesiswaun, (pl. -ug). See sun-dial.

Clogs; n. i. métego-múhkesenun.

Close. See shut, finish, near.

Closet, (small room); pekésahnug, ahjesuhgoonsekahdag. In the cl.; pekésahnugoong.

Cloth; n. i. múhnedoowágin. Black cl.; bóosmuhkuhdawágin. Red cl.; misquágin. Dish-cloth; gahseëgun, (pl. un).

Clothe. He cl. him, it; o-péesekoonaun, od-áhgweäun, v. t. III., I. (p c. pahs-, agwe-); o-péesekoonaun, od-áhgwetoon, v. t. VII., VIII. He clothes (provides for) himself; ahgwéëdezo, mod. A. He cl, himself, (puts on cl.); pésekóon-uhya, v. n. 2. He changes his cl.; aúnjékoonuhya, v. n. 2, (p.c. uhyaunj-). He has double cl. on; béetokoonuhya, v. n. 2, (p. c. bahto-). He cl. himself thus: ezhekoonuhya, v. n.; e. g. black; makuhdáwekoonuhya. In green; ozhahwushkoonuhya. In white; wahbushkékoonuhya, v. n. 2. He has plen-ty of cl.; mahdindáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. madin-). See dress.

Clothes, (clothing); n. i. ahgwéwin, mahdindáhgun. The giving or receiving of cl.; ahgwéëdewin. Cl. store; mahdindáhgunewegúmmig.

Cloud; n. i. áhnuhquud, (pl. -oon). Black cl.; netáhgunáhquud. Dark cl.; puhsuhgishkunáhquud. There are small curled cl.; géjegáhnuhquud, v. i. 7. Red cl.; misquáhnuhquud. Cl. from the north, west, &.; see north, west, &c.

Cloudy. It is cl.; ningwahnuhquud, v. i. 7.

Cloudless. It is cl.; mezhúhquud, v. i. 7.

Clover; v. i. násobnguk, wuhyahwahsekonawung mezhushk, (flower grass.)

Club. See war-club, cudgel.

Clumsy. He is cl.; koopúdeze, v. n. 3.

Clyster. See injection.

Coachman; p. n. a. wadáhbeäud, (pl. -jig)

Coal; n. a. uhkúknnzha-wussin, see charcoal. C. mine; uhkúkunzha-wússenekaun.

Coarse, (hairy), It is c.; meshuhwáëgud, v. i. 7.

Coast; tatebáwa-kéchegummee. Along the c.; zheshodáëw. He c. along; zheshodáwuhum, v. n. 5, (p. c. zhash-), see shore.

Coat; n. i. puhpéesekuhwáhgun, (pl. -un).

Coat, (made of skins); -wakoon as termination. See rabbit, racoon, &c.

Cobweb; n. a. uhsúhbekashé-wussúb, (pl. ig).

Cock, (fowl); puhkuháhqua, (pl. -yug). (Male of bird); nahbasa.

Cock of a gun; v. i. obwáhmans, (pl -un). He cocks the gun; od-áhzhegedáhbekenaun paushkesegun. Co-, (with); -weej-, e. g., co-existence, weeje-bemahdezewin.

Cod-liver oil; v. i. kéegoo-pémeda.

Coffin; n. i. chéebúy-muhkuk, (pl. -oon).

Cohabit. They c.; wedegáwug, v. n. 2.

Coil; n. i. tetebáhoojegun. Coils itself up, (it); tetebáhkwuhodezo.

Coin. See money.

Colander. See strainer.

Cold; n. i. kékujjewin, see also catarrh.

Cold. It is c.; kezenáh, v. i. 1, (p. c. kaz-) It is c. (in a building); tuhkutta, v. i. 2, (p. c. tak-). It is c. (by the wind); tuhkússin, v. i. 5. It is a c. night; kezintebekud, v. i. 7. It is c. (liquid); tuhkahgummée, v. i. 3. It is c. (metal); tuhkahbekud, v.i. 7; tuhkahbekeze, v. n. 4. It is c. (any in. obj.) túhkezin, v. i. 5. He is c.; túhkeze, v. n. 3. He feels o.; kéekujje, v. n. 3. (p. c. kahk-). He shakes with c.; neningujje, (p.c. nan-). He soon feels c.; netáh-kékujje. He can endure much c.; zhéebujje, (p. c. zhahb-). He takes c.; tuhkúshe, (p. c. tak-). He makes him take c.; o-tuhkúshemaun, mod. D. He has a bad c.; uhgigookah, v. n. 1. His hands are c.; kékujje-ninjewujje, v. n. 3, or tuhkeninje. So also feet, legs. &c, substituting seda, kahda, for ninje.

Cold, (reserved), He is c.; cheeshtah-neühyah.

Colic. He has c.; áhkooshkuhda, v. n. 2.

Collar; n. i. náhbekuhwáhgun, (pl. -un). C. of a coat, &c.; uhpiquayahwagwáhsoon.

Collect. See gather.

Collectively; máhmuhwe.

Collier; n. a. uhkúkunzha-wussenekáwenéne, (pl. -wug).

Collision; n. i. puhketaödewin.

Colonist; p. n. a. pahkuhpashid, (pl. -jig).

Colony; n. i. kuhpáshewin.

Colour, it is of such a col.; enánda. v. i. 2, (p. c. anaun-). What colour is it? Ahneen anáundag? See dye.

Coloured person. See negro.

Colt; n. a. pápazhegóonguhzheens, (pl. -ug).

Comb; n. i. penáhkwun, (pl. -un); nussahegun, (pl. -un). Curry-comb; nussekwáëgun,.(pl. un). Fine tooth-comb; suhgwáhbeda-penáhkwun. He combs his hair; nuhsequáyo, v. n. 4, (p. c. nas-). He c. his hair, (another's); o-nuhsequáwaun, v. t. V.

Combat; n. i. megáhdewin.

Come, come here! Oondáus.

Come; interj. umba!

Come, (particle of approach); pe-, (p. c. pah-), e. g. pe-kuhgéqua, he comes preaching.

Come. He e.; péëzhah, v. n. 1, (p. c. pahe-). He c., (arrives); pe-tuhgwishin, v. n. 6. He c., or is coming; pedáh-suhmoosa, v. n. 2. He is coming, is on the way; uhpesekáh, v. n. 1. He is c. by water; pedáusumishkáh, v. n. 1. He is c. on the ice; peedahduhgúko, v. n. 4. He is c. sailing before the wind; peedaushe, v. n. 3. He c. on snow-shoes; pedáhgemoosa, v. n. 2. He c. running; péejebuhtoo, v. n. 4. He c. dragging s. th.; péëjedáhbe, v. n. 3. It c.; peëzháhmuhgud, pétuhgoo-shinóomuhgud, v. i. 8, (p. c. pah-). It c., (is on the way); unpesekáhmuhgud. It c. by the wind; peedáhsin, v. i. 5.

Come down. See get down, descend.

Come forth, appear. He c. forth; mooke, mookáuso, v. n. 3 a. 4, (p. c. mwahk-). It c. forth; mookesámuhgud. He c. forth from the water; moókebe, v. n 3. He c. forth to the surface; moókegesa, v. n. 2. The water c. forth; móokejewun, v. i. 6.

Come from. He c. fr.; oónjebah, v. n. 1, (p. c. wanje). It c. fr.; oónjebáhmuhgud, oonsekáhmuhgud, v. i. 8; oonjée-muhgud, v. i. 8. See derive.

Come in. He. c. in ; pindega, v. n. 2, (p. c. paund-). He c. in to him; o-pinde-guhwaun, v. t. II. See enter. Come near. He c. near him, it; opásho-sékuhwaun, o-páshosekaun, v. t. II., VII.

Come out. He c. out; pe-sáhguhum, v. n. 5. It c. out; pe-sáhguhumómuhgud, v. i. 8. He c. out of the water; uh-gwuhtáh, v. n. 1, (p. c. agw-). Come round. See arrive again. Come to. See approach, reach. He c. to him; o-pé-odesáun, v. i. IV., (p. c. pah-ode-). It c. to him; od-ódesegoon, v. t. IV., (in. obj.) Come to nothing. See nothing. Come to pass. It c. to p.; púhgummishkáhmuhgud, v. i. 8, (p. c. pag-). Come to shore. See shore. Come to the shore from the bush. See shore.

Come upon. He c. upon him; opuhgum-mishkuhwaun, v. t. II., (p. c. pagum-). It c. upon him, happens to him; o-púh-gummishkáhgoon, v. t. II., (in. obj.)

Come with. He c. with him, it, (has him, it, along with him); ope-gégesinun, o-pe-gégesin, v. t. VI., (p. c. pah-ge-). See, also, accompany.

Come for a reason. Ha c.; pe-óonsekah, v. n. 1.

Comet; n. a. wázoowaud uhnúng.

Comfort. He c. him; o-sóongedaäshkuhwaun, v. t. II., (swaung-) omenodaäaun, v. t. 1, (p. c. man-).

Comforter; p. n. a. swáungedaäshkáhgad, (pl. -jig); manodaäshkahgad, (pl. -jig).

Comical, it is; wahwéeyahdandáhgwud, v. i. 7, (p. c. wawee-). See droll.

Command. He c. him to do s. thing; odenáun, v. t. III. irreg., (p. c. an-). He c. him urgently; o-buhpéezhemaun, v. t. 1, ( p. c. bap-). He is in command; negáhneze, v. n. 3; ogemáhwe, v. n. 3.

Commander; n. a. ógemah, (p1. -g); negáhnoosawenene, (pl. -wug). Commandment: n. i. kuhgequáwin, (pl. -un): guhnáhsoongáwin, (pl. -un). See keep, break.

Commence. See begin.

Commend. See praise.

Commerce; n. i. uhtaúndewin.

Commiserate. See pity.

Commit. He c. s. thing to his care; o-guhnuhwándumoónaun, v. t. III.

Committee, say, the leaders; nagáhnezejig.

Commodious. It is c.; tuhwésin, v. i. 5.

Common. It is c., (not rare); wahnedud.

Commotion. See tumult.

Communicant; p. n. a. shakuhmóonind, (pl. -jig); wadáhpenung ewh kechetwah-shuhkuhmóoningáwin.

Communicate. He c.; shuhkuhmóoninga, v. n. 2, (p. c. shakuh-).

Communion. The holy c; ewh kechétwah shúhkuhmooningáwin. He administers the h. c. to him; o-meenaunewh kechétwah shúhkuhmooningáwin.

Communion of Saints; ahnuhmeäwenewekáhnesindewin.

Companion; n. a. wéejewáhgun, (pl. -ug). See fellow.

Company or society; mahwunjeëdewin; wejekewa okwenowin. See keep company.

Compare. He c. them; oneezhonáhnun. See liken.

Compass, (for drawing); wahweyábeëgun.

Compassion. See pity, kindness.

Compel. Use causative form.

Compete. He c.; weekoojetoo, v. n. 4 a, (p c. wauk-).

Complain. He c.; gáhgemedoon, v. n. 6, (p. c. guhyahg-). See murmur.

Complaint; n. i. gáhgemedóonowin, (pl. -un).

Compliments. He gives or sends him his c.; od-uhnúhmekuhwaun, v. t. II., (p. c. anuh-). See salute.

Complexion. See face, brown.

Compose oneself. See calm.

Comprehend. See understand.

Comrade. See companion.

Conceal. See hide.

Conceited. He is c.; suhságahwánindezo, mod. A, (p. c. sasag-).

Conceit; n. i. suhságahwánindezoowin.

Conceive. See pregnant, understand.

Concern. It c. him; opahpáhmezékundaun, v. t. VII.

Concerning, (him, it); debahjemind; debahdooduming; (lit. that which is told of him, that which one tells of it).

Concert; n. i. nuhguhmoowin.

Conciliate. He c. him; od-ahnesándumeäun, v. t. 1, (p. c. uhyahne-).

Conclude. See finish.

Concord; n. i. pashegwándumoowin.

Concubine. His c.; odequám, (pl. -ug). They live in concubinage; áhneshah-wedegándewug, mod. B. See harlot.

Concupiscence; n. i. mujje-nunduwándumowin.

Condemn. He c. him to death; o-náhneboómaun, v. t. 1, (p. c. nuhyahn-)

Condemnation; n. i. tebáhkoonegáwin; nahneboondewin.

Condescend. He c.; shahgushkándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. shag-); minwandáhgooze, v. n. 3, (p. c. manwan-). Conduct. See. behaviour.

Conduct. See lead, guide, manage.

Confectioner; p. n. a. puhyaüshkeménuhsegad, (pl. -jig).

Confer. See talk with.

Confess, declare. He c. it; o-wahwéendaun, v. t. VII., (p. c. wuhyahw-).

Confidence; n. i. ahpánemoowin.

Confidently; ánegook.

Confirmed. He is c.; od-odahpenegoon enewh kechemákuhdawekonuhyan, or odáhpenegauso. See receive.

Confirmation; kechewahweenduhmahgawin.

Conflict; see fight.

Confront. They c. each other; ahsuhmáhbundewug, mod. B.

Confuse. He c. him; o-kéwushquayánduhmeäun, v. t. l, (kahwushqu-). He is confused; kéwushquayándum, v. n. 5.

Confusion. It is in c.; see disorder.

Congratulate. See compliment.

Congregate. See meet.

Congregation; egewh muhyáhwunjéedejig

Conjurer; n. a. mamaundáhwechegad, (pl. -jig); chasáhke-wenéne, (pl. -wug).

Connect. See join.

Connection. See relation.

Conquer. See overcome.

Conqueror; p. n. a. mamaúnzhetwaud, (pl. -jig).

Conscience; n. i. kekánindezoowin. His c. troubles him; enegáhwahgándum.

Conscious, (not fainting). He is c.; mékuhwe. v. n. 3.

Consecrate. He c. him, it; o-kechetwáhweäun, o-kechetwáhwetoon, v. t. I, VIII., (p. c. kachet-). He, it, is consecrated; kechetwahwandáhgooze, kechetwahwandáhgwud, v. i. 10.

Consent. He c.; minwándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. man-); nuhkóodum, v. n. 5, (p. c. nak-).

Consequence. See result.

Consider. See reflect.

Considered. He it, is. so c.; enandáhgooze, enandáhgwud, v. i. 10, (p. c. anan), e. g. minwandáhgooze, he is considered kind; neegáunandahgooze, he is considered the leader. See thought.

Consolation; n. i. ahbesewindewiu, minoodaäwin.

Console. He c. him; od-áhbeséwemaun, v. t. 1, (p. c. uhyaub-), see also com-fort. He c. himself; gáhgesóondezo, mod. A.

Consort. See companion, wife, &c.

Conspiracy; n. i. mujje-weedóokodáhdewin.

Constable; n. a. tuhkoonewáwenene, (pl. -wug).

Constancy; n. i. soongándumoowin.

Constant. He is c.; soongándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. swaung).

Constantly; úhpuna, móonzhug.

Constipated. He is c.; muhmédahweje, v. n. 3, (p. c. mam-); kebésugguzhá, v. n. 2, (p. c. kab-).

Constipation; n. i. kebésugguzháwin.

Construct. See make.

Construction; n. i. kézhechegun, (pl -un).

Consult. They c.; kahkéekedoowug, v. n. 4.

Consume, (use up). He c.; cháhgenega, v. n. 2. He c. it; (in. an.) o-cháhgenaun, v. t. VII.,. I., (p. c. chuhyahg-).

Consumption, (disease); n. i. menéwahpenawin. He has c.; menéwahpena, v. n. 2, (p. c. mane-).

Contagious. See infectious.

Contain. It c. (dry); dábushkena, v. i. 2, (p. c. duhya-). (Liquid); dábebe, v. i. 3. It does not c. much; (in. an.) náhwuhdud, v. i. 7; nátwuhdeze, v. n. 3. It cannot c. all (a vessel); noozhebujjegámuhgud. He cannot get it all in; noozhebujjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. nwahzh-). It c., holds, plenty (a good serviceable bag or vessel); (an. in.) pesáhgooze, pesáhgwun, v. i. 10 6. (p. c. pahs-).

Contemplate. See reflect.

Contempt; n. i. tahbussáningáwin. See despise.

Contemptible. It is c.; tahbussandáhgwud, v. i. 7, or use -sh as an affix, e. g. a c. man, enenewish; a c. thing, uhyéëwish.

Contend. See fight, compete.

Content. He c. him; o-dábeäun, v. t. I, (p. e. duhya-).

Contented. He is c.; dábeze, v. n. 3, (p. c. duhya-); nuhandum, v. n. 5,(p. c. naä-); dabánemo, v. n. 4.

Contentment; n. i. dabánemoowin.

Contest. See fight, dispute, &c.

Continent (main land); ketáhkummegah. On the c.; ketahkummegaung.

Continually; úhpuna, káhgenig, pazhigwunoong.

Continue. Keep on, use still (kayáhba) or always (uhpuna) e. g. he continues working; kayahba uhnooke. See last.

Contract. See tighten.

Contradict. He c.; ahzhedáwa, v. n. 2; ahzhedáwedum, v. n. 5, (p. c. uhyauzh-); ahgoonwatum, v. n. 5, (p. e. uhyaug-). He c. him, it; od-ahzhedámaun, v. t. I.; od-ahgoonwátuhwaun, v. t. II.; od-ahgoohwátaun, v. t. VII. He c. himself; ahgoonwatáhdezo, mod. A. We c. each other; kid-ahgoonwatáhdemin, mod. B. He is in the habit of c.; ahgoonwátahgáshke, mod. a.

Contradiction; n. i. ahgoonwátumoowin.

Contrary to; anandáhgwussenook: e. g., contrary to the law; anandáhgwussenook ewh enahkoonegáwin.

Contribute. See give.

Contrition. See repentance.

Contrive. See plan.

Convenience (pôt de chambre); n. i. shégewenáhgun, (pl. -un).

Convenient. It is c.; menosá, v. i. 2, (p. c. maa-).

Conveniently; wanepuzh.

Conversation; n. i. guhnóonindewin.

Converse. We c. together; keguhguhnóonindemin, mod. B. (p. c. gag-).

Conversion; n. i. áunjezhewábezewin.

Convert. He c. him; od-áunjezhewábezeäun, mod. d. See Christian.

Convey. See carry, lead.

Conveyance. See cart.

Convict. He c. him (tells the truth of him); odábemaun, v. t. I. (p. c. duhyab-). He is convicted; dábemah, pass. of above.

Convince. He c. him (proves him in the wrong); od-ahbaäun, v. t. I; (p. c. uhyaub-).

Convoke. See summon.

Convulsions. He has c.; chechebíshkah, v. n. 1, (p. c. chah-); ójepénego, v. n. 4, (p. c. waje-). He has c. of the hand, foot, &c.; chechebeninjéeshkah, che-chebesedáshkah; and so on other parts of the body.

Cook; n. a. chebáhquawenéne, (pl -wug); chebáhquaëquá, (pl. -g).

Cook. He c.; chebáhqua, v. n. 2, (p. c. chah-). He c. it; (in. an.) okëezesaun, okéeziswaun, v. t, VII., V. (p. c. kauz-). He c. for him; o-chebáhquuhwaun, v. t. V. He c. for himself; chebáhquáuso, mod. A. He c. it tender; (in.an.), o-nookesaun, o-nookiswaun, v. t. VlI., V. (p. c. nwauk-). It is cooked; (in. an.) kézheda, keezeso, v. i. 2, v. n. 4, (p. c. kauzh-, kauz-). It is c. thus; enedá, v. i. 2. It is well c.; menodá, v. i 2; menoso, v. n. 4. It is c. tender; nóokeda, v. i. 2; nóokezo, v. n. 4, (p. c. nwauk-).

Cool. It is c.; tukesin or tukeuhyáh, v. i. 1, (p. c. tak-). It is c. (some obj.); tuhkesin, v. i. 5. It is c. (liquid); tuhkáhgummee, v. i. 3. He c. him; o-túhkeshemaun, v. t. I. He c. it; o-túhkesedoon, v. t. VIII. He c. it with water; o-tuhkíbahdoon, v. t. VIII. (p. c. takib-).

Cool (unmoved). He is c.; tuhkedaä, v. n. 2.

Cooper; n. a. múhkukookáwenéne, (pl. -wug).

Copper; n. i. osúhwáhbik, misquáhbik.

Copper mine; misquáhbekookun. He works in a c. m.; misquáhbekooka, v. n. 2.

Copper cent. See cent.

Copse. See forest.

Copy, (transcript); n. i. nahsáubeëgun, (pl. -un); nahbebeëgun.

Copy. He c.; nahsáubeëga; nahbebeëga, v. n. 2, (p. c. nuhyahs-); aunjebeëga, v. n. 2, (p. c. uhyaunj-). He c. it; od-aúnjebeäun, v. t. I.

Copy. See imitate.

Coquette; n. a. mamundáhgooquákad, (pl. -jig).

Cord; n. i. pemenuhquáun, (pl. -un); uhsubáub. Platted c.; okahdayaub. A piece of c.; tuhkóopejegun.

Cord-wood; n. i. mesún, (see fuel, chop). A cord of wood; uhtahwesún, (pl. -un); ningoding uhkosing mesun.

Corduroy-road; métigo-mékunuh.

Cork or stopper; kebahkooegun; n. i. wahzhushkwádoo, (being a mushroom used by Indians for the purpose). He draws the c.; getúhega, v. n. 2. See stopper.

Corkscrew; n. i. getúhegun, (pl. -un).

Corn, (Indian corn); n. a. mundáumin, mundáumenug. Ear of c.; nesáhkoose, (pl. -g). Corn-cob; okunauk, (pl. -wug). C. stalk; sebwáhgun, (pl. -ug). Dry c. stalk; mundáhmenushk, (pl. -oon). C. sprout; sebwáhgauns, (pl. -ug. C. meal; pesepóojegun. C. soup; mundáumenáhbo. C. bag; mundaumenewauj, (pl. -un). C. storehouse; mundáumene-wegúmmig, (pl. -oon). The c. bursts on the fire; páushkingwáso nesáhkoose.

Corner; wáhwequáyah. In a c. of the room; wequásuggaug. In a c. of the earth; wequákummegaug.

Corner-stone; n. a. wuhyáquuhyáhbeke-uhsin.

Corpse; n. i. wéeyuhwemah.

Corpulent. He is c.; pekóoje, v. n. 3.

Correct; quúhyuk.

Correctly; quúhyuko. He hears him c.; o-quuhyukotuhwaun.

Correct. He c. it, (makes it right); o-qúuhyukootoon, o-nuhnúhetoon, v. t. VIII. (p. c. quay-nan-). He c. writing; o-nuhnúhebeäun, v. t. I.

Correspond. He c.; mahjebéëga, v. n. 2. He c. with him; o-mahjebéühmuhwaun, v. t. II. (p. c: muhyahj-).

Correspondence; mahjebeëgáwin. See letters.

Corrupt. He c. him; o-buhnáhjeäun, v. t. I. (p. c. ban-); o-kuhkebáusoomaun, v. t. I. (p. c. kak-).

Cost. It c. so much; (in. an.) enúhginda, v. i. 2; enúhginzo, v. n. 4, (p. c. anuhg-). What does it c.? ahneen menik enúhgindag?

Costive. See constipated.

Costly. It is c.; súhnuhgud, v. i. 7.

Cottage; n. wahkuhegauns, (pl. -un).

Cotton, (material); n. i. wahbishkeegin, puhpuhgewuhyáun: (on the reel); uhsubáub. See linen.

Cough; n. i. osósodumoowin. He has a c.; osósodum v. n. 5, (p. c. was-).

Council; n. i. kékedoowin.

Council-house; n. i. kekedó-wegummig.

Counsel. He c. him; o-guhgáunsoomaun, v. t. I. (p. c. gag-).

Counsellor; p. n. a. gagáunsoongad, (pl. -jig).

Count. He count; uhgindáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. ag-). He c. them; (an. in.) od-úhgemaun, od-uhgíndaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. ag-). Mistake in counting; see mistake. He, it, is counted; uhgínjégáuso, uhgínjégáhda, v. i. 9.

Countenance. See face.

Counterpane. See quilt.

Country; n. i. uhke: see continent. Up country; ogedáhjewun. Down country; nesáhjewun, (e.g., he is down below; nesáhjewun uhyáh).

Country man; n. a. wéejeduhkeéwamáhgun, (pl. -ug).

Couple, (pair, yoke). So many c.; dusswáwaun. Two, three c.; neezhwáwaun, neswawaun, &c. Over nineteen thus: twenty couple; neézhtuhnuhdusswáwaun.

Courage; n. i. mungotáusewin.

Courageous. He is c.; mungotáuse, v. n. 3, (p. c. mang-). See brave.

Court; n. i. tebáhkoonédewin. C. house; tebabkoonédewegúmmig.

Court, (make love). He c. her; owe wedegámaun.

Cousin, (male). My, thy, his m. c.; ne- ke- nemooshá, (pl. -yug); o-nemoosháyun; or, ne- ke- táhwis, (pl. -ug); wetáhwesun. Female: my, thy, his f. c.; nind- kid- áungoosha, (pl. yug); od-aungoosháyun.

Covenant; n. i. wahwéendumahgáwin, (pl. -un). Mutual c.; kekindewin.

Cover. See lid.

Cover. He c. him, it; o-puhdúgwunúh-waun, o-puhdúgwunuhäun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. pad-). He c. him (being naked); od-uhgwuzháwaun, v. t. V. (p. c. agw-). He c. himself (being naked); uhgwuzhá, nuhahgwuzhá, v. n. 2. He c. him with his body; o-puhdugwúhnishkuhwaun, v. t. II. (p. c. pad-). He c. his head (with blanket, &c.); úhgwunequáodezo, mod. A. (p. c. agw-). He c. his breast; uhgwuyáukegunáodezo. It is covered with s. thing; (in. an.) puhdúhgwunuhegáhda, -gauso, v. i. 9. It is c. (not exposed); uhgwunuhegáhda, -gauso, v. i. 9. All is c. with it everywhere; mezewashkáhmuhgud, v. i. 8, (p. c. maze-).

Cover with a roof. See roof. Cover with bark. He c. it with bark, (a wigwam); o-dahpukwanun o-nuhgakwun; o-níngwuhpukwáhdaun, v. t. VII. (p. c. nangw-).

Cover with snow. See snow, bury.

Covet. He c.; mesuhwándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. mas-). He c. him, it; o-mesuhwánemaun, o-mesuhwándaun, v. t. I., VII. He c. something belonging to him; o-mesuhwándumuhwaun, mod. c. It makes him c. it; o-shóobeëgoon. See tempt.

Covetousness; n. i. mesuhwándumoowin.

Cow; n. a. pezhéke, equá-pezhéke, (pl. -wug). The c. is in calf; aúnjezo pezheke. The c. calves; onejáhnese pezheke.

Coward; p. n. a. zhuhyáhgodaäd, (pl. -jig). He is a c.; zhahgodaä, v. n. 2.

Cowardice; n. i. zhahgodaäwin.

Crab; n. a. ahzhahgashe, (pl. -yag).

Crack. He cr. s. thing; mudwánjega, v. n. 2, (p.c. madw-). He cr. it; (in. an.) o-mudwándaun, o-mudwámaun, v. t. VII., I. He cr. his fingers; mudwáguna-ninjebenédezo, mod. A. It cracks; mudwáshkah, v. i. 1. The ground cr. from cold; pahpussáhkumiguhdin, v. i. 5. The ground cr. from heat; pahpussáhbeguhnáhta, v. i. 2. The ice cr.; mudwákwuhdin, v. i. 5: His joints cr., mudwakunashkah, v. i. 1. There is a cr. in a piece of wood, or floor; tuhwésuhgah, v. i. 1. It is cracked through, (metal); tuhwáhbekud, v. i. 7. The tree cr. with the cold; paúshkukwújje metig. His feet are cracked (chapped); képeseda, v. n. 2. So also hands, lips, &c, substituting ninje, doon, &c., f or seda.

Crack. See crevice.

Cracker. See biscuit.

Crackle. The fire cr.; puhpáhkena ishkoota, v. i. 2, (p. c. pah-).

Cradle; n. i. chechébahkoonáhgun, (pl -un). He rocks the c.; o-chechébahkoonaun, v. t. VII, Indian cr.; tekenáhgun, (pl. -un).

Crafty. See cunning.

Cramps. He has c.; ójepénego, v. n. 4. See convulsions, spasm.

Cranberry; n. i. mushkégemin, (pl. -un). C. swamp; mushkégemenekun.

Crane; v. a. shuhshunge; áhjejuk, (pl. -wug).

Crank; n. i. kezhebáhwabenegun, (pl -un). He turns a cr.; kezhebáhwabenega, v. n. 2.

Crape; n. i. netáhgawuhyaun.

Crawl. See creep.

Crazy. He is c.; áhguhwáhdeze; kewuhnahdeze, v. it. S, (p. c. uhyahg-).

Crease. See rumple.

Create. Use make.

Creature. See animal.

Credit. He gives cr.; muzzenuhmáhgooze, v. n. 3, (p. c. maz-). See debt.

Creditor; p. n. a. mazenuhmáhgoozid, (pl. -jig).

Cree Indian; keníshteno, (pl. -g).

Creek. See river.

Creep. He cr.; pémooda, v. n. 2, (p. c. pah-). He cr. about; pahpáhmooda, (p. c. papah-). He cr. out; sáhgedooda, (p. c. suhyahg-)

Crest (feathers); puhtáhkebinwáöon, (pl. -un) (family mark); ódam, (e.g. the bear is his crest; muhquah od-odámenun, v. t. VI.

Crevice. There is a cr. in the rock; tuhwáhbekáhmuhgud, v. i. 8. There is a cr. in the ice; táushkekwud, v. i. 7. See crack.

Cricket. See grasshopper.

Crime; n. i. mujje-dóodumoowin, (pl. -un).

Crimson. See red.

Cripple; p. n. a. muhyáhkezid, (pl. -jig); mamáunjegoozid, (pl. -jig).

Croak. He cr.; muhsetáhgooze, v. n. 3.

Crockery; n. i. onáhgunun.

Crooked; waug-: e.g. his nose is cr.; wáhgejáhna, v. n. 2. His fingers are cr.; wáhgenínje, v. n. 3. Its horns are cr.; wáhgewena, v. n. 2. The tree is cr.; wáhgáhkooze. The top of the tree is cr.; wáhgunáukeze metig, v. n. 3, (p. c. -wuhyang-). Crooked knife; waugekoomaun, (pl. -un). Cr. root; waugejebik, (pl. -oon).

Crop. See harvest.

Crop (of a bird); n. i. omóoduy. The bird has a large cr.; mungomóoduhya owh penashe, v. n. 2, (p.c. muhy-).

Crosier (Indian); pahguháhdowunauk, (pl. -oon).

Cross, n. i. áhzhedayáhtik, (pl. -oon).

Cross. He is cr. (has a hairy heart); meshedaä, v. n. 2, (p. c. mashe-). He looks cr.; minduhwa, v. nt 2, (p. c. man-). He is cr. (being sick); nishkena.

Cross over. He cr. o. on a bridge; áhzhoga, v. n. 2, (p. c. .uhyauzh-). He cr. o. on a log; áhzhahwaunduhwa, v. n. 2. On the ice; ahzhahwáhduhguhko, v. n. 4. See also row across, swim across, &c.

Cross. The road cr. or intersects another; ahzhedaösa, v. i. 2.

Cross-bill (bird); ahzhedákoonáshe, (pl. -yug).

Cross-cut saw; n. i. keche-kishkepoojegun, (pl. un).

Crow; n. a. aundak, (pl. -wug).

Crow. The cock cr.; muhsetáhgooze.

Crowbar; n. i. pewáubeko-oombáhkwuhegun.

Crowd. There is a cr.; máhmuhwenoowug, v. n. 4. A crowd or crowds; muhyáhmuhwenoojig. We are crowded (in a meeting, &c.); kemooskenamin, v. n. 2. We cr. too much; kenooníshkoodáhdemin, mod. B. See many together.

Crown; n. i. ógemah-wéwuhquaun, (pl. -un). He cr. him, her; od-ogemáhweäun, od-ogemahquáweäun, v. t. 1. (p. c. wag-).

Crown of the head; nahwesegóquaundib.

Crucible. See melting pot.

Crucify. He cr. him; od-uhgwáhkwuhwaun, v. t. V.; o-suhsuhgáhkwuhwaun, v. t. V. (ahzhedayáhtegoong). He is cr.; suhsuhgáhquuhegáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. sasuh-).

Cruel. He is cr.; mujjedaá, v. k. 2. He is cr. to it; (in. an.) o-mujje-uhwáun, o-mujje-uhyóon, v. t. II., VIII. (p. c. maje-). See spiteful.

Cruelty; n. i. mujjedaáwin.

Cruise. See coast.

Crumb; n. i. ishquúnjegun, pewunjegun, (pl. -un).

Cramble. He cr. it; (in. an.) o-gáhpenaun, opésepedoon, opésepenaun, v. t. VII., VIII., I. (p. c. guhyah- paus-). The bread cr.; péwishkah buhquazhegun. The br. cr. up small; péwesa buhquazhegun.

Crumple. See crease.

Crush. He cr. him, it; obahnáhsekuhwaun, o-bahnáhsekaun, v. t. 11., VII. (p. c. ban-). He cr. it to powder; (in. an.) opésuhaun, opésuhwaun, v. t. VII., V. (p. c. pahs-). He cr. his head; ozhegooshtegwaunáshkaun, v. t. I. He cr. it with his hand; (an. in.) ozheshigonínjuhmaun, ozheshigonínjundaun, v. t. I., VII. He cr. it with his foot; (in. an.) o-zheshigozidumaun, o-zheshigozidundaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. zhashig-). He cr. him (with his body); o-buhdugooshkuhwaun. See rumple.

Crust; n. i. uhyahkwáhkoodag.

Crutch; n. i. gwaushkwaunduhoon, (pl. -un.)

Cry. See weep.

Cry out. He cr. out; pepáhge, uhyaúzhequa, v. n, 3, 2, (p. c. pap- ayau-). He cr. out (selling). Pepáuguhdáhwa.

Cry-baby; p. n. a. máwishkid, (pl. jig).

Cub. See bear, fox, &c.

Cubit (elbow); bemenik. Thus: three cubits; neso-bemenik. Twenty cubits; neezhtuhnuh dusso bemenik.

Cucumber; n. i. áshkunduming, (pl. -in).

Cudgel; n. i. mesáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Cue. See tuft.

Cuff. See buffet.

Cultivate. See farm.

Cunning. He is c.; kuhkuhyánese, v. n. 3, (p. c. kak-).

Cup; n. i. menequáhjegun, (pl. -un). Tea-cup; uhnébisháhbo-onáhgauns.

Cupboard. Use shelf, closet.

Cupping (operation); papashowáwin. He c. papashowa, v. n. 2, (p. c. puhya-) He c. him; o-papashwaun, v. t. V. See suck blood.

Cur; n. a. uhnemooshish, (pl. -ug).

Curd; n. i. waduhtoósing toodoosháhbo.

Cure. He c.; noojemóëwa, v. n. 2, (p. c. nwauj-). He c. him; o-noojemoäun, v. t. 1. He is c.; nóojemo, v. n. 4. It cures; noojemoëwámuhgud, v. i. 8.

Curiosity, (rare obj.); mahmuhkáusuhbunjegun, (pl. un).

Curiosity (inquisitiveness); mahmuhkáusuhbungsáhkéwin.

Curious. He is c. (inquisitive); mahmuhkáusuhbungáshke, mod a. (p. c, muhyah-). It is c. strange; mahmuhkáhdukúmmig. How curious! Ahshénungwunuh! See wonderful.

Curiously; mahmuhkáhje.

Curl; see twist. He has curled hair; baubeségindeba, v. n. 2, (p. c. bah-).

Curlew; n. a. pahtaushkaunzha, (pl. -wug).

Currant (berry); n. a. meshejeémin, (pl. -ug). Cur. bush; meshejéeminúguhwaunzh, (pl. -ig).

Current. The current is strong, foaming; wahsejewun, v. i. 6, (p. c. wuhyaus-). The c. of a river is heard; mudwájewun, v. i. 6, (p. c. madw-). The c. of a river comes out in the lake; sahgedahwejewun, v. i. 6, (p. c. suhyah-). He is carried away by the c.; wábuboogo, v. n. 4, (p. c. wuhya-). He comes forth the c. of a river; móokuboogo, v. n. 4, (p. c. mwauk-).

Curse. He c. (reviles); mujje-enahpenánjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. anah-). See revile.

Curse; n. i. kuhgwáhnesuggandáhgoozewin, (pl. -un).

Cursed. He is c. (hateful); kuhgwáhnesuggandáhgooze. It is c.; kuhgwáhnesuggandáhgwud, v. i. 10.

Curtain; n. i. uhgóobejégun, (pl. -un). Material for c.; uhgóobejegunegin. C. as partition in a wigwam; gebáhgoojegun, (pl. -un).

Curve. See bend.

Cushion; n. i. ahpequáshemoon, (pl. -un).

Custody. He is in c.; tuhkoonegáuso, v. n. 4.

Custom (habit); nahgúhdezewin: (prac-tice); ezhetwáhwin, (pl. -un).

Customs; máhwunjechegáwin. Custom-house; máhwunjechegáwegummig. Customs officer; máhwunjechegáwenéne, (pl. -wug).

Customer. See purchaser.

Cut; kishk-, (p. c. kaushk-). He c. him, it; o-kishkezhwaun, o-kishkezhaun, v. t. V., VII. He c. himself; kishkezhódezo, mod. A. He, it, is cut; kishkezhegáuso, -gáhda, v. i. 9. It is c. (metal); kishkáhbekud, v. i. 7. He, it, is c. accidentally; kezhahegáuso, -gáhda, v. i. 9, (p. c. kazh). He c. him, it, accidentally; o-petézhwaun; o-petézhaun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. pat-). He is c. to the bone; mechegunáshin, v. n. 6. He c. it with a knife; o-kishkekoodaun, v. t. VII. He cuts it long, (e.g., an axe handle); o-kinwáukwuhaun, o-kinwaukwuhwaun, v. t. VII., V. (p. c. kanw-). He c. it smaller; (in. an.) od-uhgáusekodaun, od-uhgáusekoonaun, v. t. VII., III. He c. it pointed; (in. an.) o-puhchéeshkezhaun, o-puhchéeshkezhwaun, v. t. VII., V. He c. it pointed with an axe; o-puhchéeshkeguhaun. - with a knife; o-puhchéeshkekoodaun, v. t. VII. (p. c. pácheesh-). It is c. pointed; (in. an.) puhcheeshkegud, puhcheéshkegeze, v. i. 7, v. n. 3. He c. his hair; o-móozhwaun, v. t. V. (p. c. mwau-). He c. his nails; kíshkegunzhesódezo, mod. A. He c. his skin; o-kishkuzháwaun, v. t. V. He c. his throat; o-kishkegwazhwaun, v. t. V. His thr. is c. ; kishkegwa, v. n. 2. He c. wood; see chop. He cuts (cloth, &c.); nezhega, v. n. 2. He c. it; od-onezhaun, v. t. VII. (p. c. wanezh-). He c. it with difficulty; ogushkuhaun, v. t. VII. (p. c. gash-). Cut down (fell). He c. d. trees; guhwáhesa, v. n. 2, (p. c. gaw-). He c. it d.; o-guhwáhwaun, v. t. V. It is c. d.; guhwáhegáuso, v. i. 9. Many trees are c. d.; guhwáhuhkwaunjegáhda.

Cut off. He c. it off; (in. an.) o-kishkeguhaun, o-kishkegunaun, v. t. VII., I. (p. c. kanshk-). He c. off pieces; puhkwázhega, v. n. 2. He c. a piece off it; o-puhkwázhaun, o-puhkwázhwaun, v. t. VII., V. (p. c. pakw-). He c. it off (what is spoiled); (in. an.) o-guhgéegishwaun, oguhgéegekoodaun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. gag-). -with an axe; o-wábeguhwaun, o-wábeguhaun, v. t. II., VII. (p. c. wuhyab-). -with a knife; o-wábezhwaun, o-wabezhaun, v. t. V., VII. He c. off his tongue; okishkedánuhnewházhwaun, v. t. V. His tongue is c. off; kíshkedánuhnew-á, v. i. 2. He c. off his nose; o-kishkejaúnazhwaun, v. t. V. His nose is c. off; kishkejáuna. v. i. 2. So also arm, leg, ear, &c, substituting neka, kahda, tuhwuga for jauna. He c. off branches; mahzhédekoonúhega, v. n. 2.

Cut thin. See thin

Cut up. He outs up meat; meseáhka, v. n. 2.

Cutler; mookoomauneka-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Cypress; n. a. o-kekúndaug, (pl. -oog).

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